WHY YOU SHOULD SIGN UP
The following page sets out the many benefits of becoming a Member of Creating Sustainable Cities, which include gaining access to some of the leading organisations and minds involved in the sustainable city agenda, securing exclusive invites to and speaking opportunity at associated events, and having the chance to publish articles on your work. Find out more below:
Be part of a dynamic peer-to-peer leadership network that will share knowledge and drive forward positive actions and meaningful solutions that enable the UK's cities and towns to become more sustainable.
Receive exclusive invites to attend associated Creating Sustainable Cities events. This will include invites to our annual Conference and to the events programme that are put forward by our Members.
Members are able to suggest articles and topics for future editions of the Creating Sustainable Cities Journal, which is distributed electronically to every local authority in England.
Participate in funding bid consortiums that seek funding from both domestic and EU funds in order to finance sustainable city projects. This includes Horizon 2020, LIFE, ERDF, Interreg and Big Lottery.
The Creating Sustainable Cities Network is designed to communicate and disseminate best practice. If you have an event, such as a seminar, we will work directly with you to ensure our Members attend.
Utilise the Creating Sustainable Cities platform to promote your achievements, new projects and
highlight recent reports or research. You can upload these details to your profile page and highlight your work in this area.
One key element of the initiative is to provide Members with access to free training events in the form of seminars and workshops, which will range from sessions on sustainable finance to climate change.
Creating Sustainable Cities is being established as the leading network for organisations working on the sustainable city agenda. Make sure that you are involved from the outset and boost your profile further.
You will gain access to key decision-makers from across the public, private, third and academic sectors, which is the quickest way to ensure that sustainable city projects are implemented.