Penoyre & Prasad Associate Anna-Lisa Pollock, who recently spent a year at Public Practice, carried out research during her year-long placement in the London Borough of Enfield, asking ‘How should Authorities approach a resident ballot for estate regeneration?’.

Public Practice have now published her research paper ‘Community Consent’, which explores the key considerations for Authorities when approaching a resident ballot. Her report makes a number of recommendations for continued research in order to establish a best practice process for resident ballots for estate renewal.

Public Practice is a not-for-profit company founded in September 2017 by the Greater London Authority and seed funded by six founding Partners from across the public, third and private sectors.

Their purpose is not just to increase and diversify the built environment expertise working in local government, it’s to transform the status of public service, and support those working within it to lead the way.

Download the Community Consent Practice Note here.