How to use Twitter, Facebook and blogs for neighbourhood planning

Following on from yesterday's post, The Eden Project has a good article about using social media for community consultation and neighbourhood planning.  

They say facebook is a great way to initiate a debate, and while old media is still valuable, social media may provide a more comfortable environmnet for some contributors.  The use of news snippets and online photos can encourage a sense of identity and local pride.  Because twitter and facebook are real time spontaneous media the debate can be moved on quickly.  Social media can widen networks and reach decision makers.

No substiture for house to house
Start a debate
Encourage local identity and pride
Real time debate 
Widen the network

Read the article here

 

 

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Mark Waddington is a former BBC broadcaster and producer. He now works for the Diocese of Leeds as Urban Mission Officer. If you would like to get in touch email mark.waddington@leeds.anglican.org

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