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CIG: Legacy & Impact

09 June 2023

9:30 -12:00

Hackney Wick and Fish Island has seen rapid regeneration over the last 13 years. Being the largest creative cluster in the UK, it is important that development protects the grassroots arts communities that already live and work here.

The CIG was set up to connect and inform local businesses, creative practitioners, institutions and organisations living or working in the Hackney Wick & Fish Island and wider Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (HWFIQEOP) area. It provides a space for open, inclusive discussion to take place and allows serendipitous alliances and collaborations to grow. Enabling developers, Local Authorites and key commercial stakeholders to have a better understanding of the local community in which they serve.

In June, the CIG will be turning 13! To celebrate, as part of the London Festival of Architecture (LFA), we will be devoting that month's CIG meeting to demonstrate and reflect on the power of local trusted networks. The LFA’s theme this year for the festival is ‘In common’, over the years the CIG’s aim has been to bring a wide variety of people together to identify what they have in common and how they may be able to collaborate and work together.

This special edition of the CIG is also being conducted as part of a wider impact measurement project.



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