The Mayor of London and partners present an exhibition on the Design Future London design challenge for young Londoners. This is an open design competition for children and young people aged 5-24 to design a solution around a built environment opportunity in their local area. They are invited to use a range of resources provided including Minecraft Education.
The Mayor of London is helping young Londoners develop their confidence and skills through a challenge to design what they think the future of London could and should be. Partners including Ministry of Building Innovation and Education (MOBIE), C40 Cities, Esri and Local Village Network are featured.
This exhibition will showcase the work completed for Year 2 of the challenge. It will also be a platform to launch Year 3 of the challenge with workshops and seminars.
We want you to Be Inspired, Be Creative and Have Fun learning about how our city can be shaped for the better in the future. Ideas and priorities for our city will be gathered that will be considered in a future London Plan as part of the Planning for London Programme.
More information on taking part in the challenge can be found here.
The exhibition is free to visit. For large school groups, please follow the details and make an appointment through our Eventbrite page.
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