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Liveable Exeter Placemaking Charter overview

Overview and Context of the Liveable Exeter Placemaking Charter

The Liveable Exeter Placemaking Charter is a guiding document that underscores our commitment to creating sustainable, accessible, and vibrant urban spaces. This charter outlines the principles and strategies that drive our approach to urban planning and development, ensuring that all projects align with our vision for a liveable Exeter.

As the city grows and evolves, the charter is a framework to foster engagement, promote environmental sustainability, and prioritise inclusive design. It addresses vital elements of placemaking, including public spaces, transportation, housing, and amenities, to create a city that is not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing and welcoming to all.

By adopting the Liveable Exeter Placemaking Charter, we aim to set a high standard for development in Exeter, fostering a strong sense of community while promoting a resilient and sustainable future. The charter reflects our ongoing commitment to working with residents, businesses, and stakeholders to shape a city where people can thrive and enjoy a high quality of life.

 

Download the Liveable Exeter Placemaking Charter.

When this content has been updated

Last updated 26 April 2024