CASE STUDY

SEE HOW WE HELPED DAN BRIDGE FROM THE GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY

13 circles / 24 problem solvers

  • The Challenge

    Dan Bridge is responsible for the regeneration of London’s Royal Docks one of the city’s biggest Mayoral land holdings. For many years, the area has been severed by road and rail and water ways making it difficult for the area to be developed. With over £400 million of guaranteed future business rate revenues, the Mayor can finally start investing in the vital infrastructure to regenerate the area. The question is, what infrastructure should be prioritised first and where?

  • The Circles

    Dan Bridge wanted to put this challenge to both current and future stakeholders in the Royal Docks. Current stakeholders included the local authority and some of London’s key business enablers such as London City Airport and the ExCeL exhibition centre. New stakeholders included the Mayor’s development partners delivering new districts in the Docks. In total, 24 problem solvers from 13 organisations were invited to take the challenge.

  • Solution

    A dedicated platform was built for the challenge and each of the 24 participants were invited to register and hear Dan’s story and take a five minute online survey. The response rate was over 80%. A morning workshop was held in the Royal Docks were participants tested different infrastructure options. The results of the workshop were documented and visualised on the platform and our now used to draw up detailed plans for the area.

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