This is an interesting question asked on the What If Leeds.…website (registration required before you can contribute)
The underlying sense is that perhaps Leeds is fine. We can just keep on keeping on. Now I am sure that the sustainability crew would have a thing or two to say about that. Interestingly they haven’t, yet. As might those who don’t get to share in the benefits of living in the city, the poor and marginalised.
- Are we giving a steer to the city fathers so that they can benevolently chart our progress to a better place?
- Or are the city fathers really trying to engage us in creating our own future?
- Or is this just a necessary/statutory piece of ‘consultation’?