New public voting feature tested for Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum

by Michael Kohn on December 12, 2014
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Recently we have been developing some new features which can help organisations set up competitions and engage their audiences in voting for their favourite ideas or design submissions. This can work for a wide range of engagement projects,including for neighbourhood planning engagement, where it is first being tested in Central Ealing.

The Best Ideas Competition, for Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum, presents young adults ideas on improving Central Ealing, and then invites you to vote for up to 20 of your favorites.

This competition, led by Imagine Places, presents the ideas capture on Sunday 12th, and includes 61 "best ideas on how to improve Central Ealing". An additional voting page has been added to a new look Stickyroom, enabling participants to join, discuss and vote for their favorite entries. The top 3 ideas will receive a prize, and the voting automatically closes at 3pm on 30th October. Follow the link below to take a look and leave a comment in this blog if you have any questions about this. We'd love your feedback.

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