London Community Recovery Network Portal

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On July 21, 2020, London City Council endorsed the creation of the London Community Recovery Network (LCRN) to begin a community-led process to power a post-COVID recovery for London. The LCRN brings together leaders from the private sector, non-profit, institutional and community organizations to undertake conversations about London’s recovery.

Phase One: Short Term Ideas for Action

In its first phase of work (September 2020 to January 2021) the LCRN identified a focused number of short-term ideas for action to be considered for implementation by the City of London, other orders of government, and the community at-large. These ideas are detailed in the Network’s first report, Laying the Foundation: Ideas for Action to Power London’s Community Recovery from COVID-19.

Phase Two: The Framework

In its most recent phase of work, the LCRN has developed and launched the London Community Recovery Framework. The Framework address two fundamental questions with respect to London’s recovery:

  1. What does recovery and renewal look like for our community;
  2. How will we know when we are making progress?

LCRN members will continue to undertake efforts that align with the common vision, recovery areas of focus and shared measures laid out in the Framework over the next three years.

View the Framework

The Framework is a resource for our entire community. If you have ideas that can positively contribute to the shared measures detailed in the London Community Recovery Framework, we want to know. Please send your ideas to lcrn@london.ca.

For more information or to view the Network’s report, please consult the ‘Documents' section.

On July 21, 2020, London City Council endorsed the creation of the London Community Recovery Network (LCRN) to begin a community-led process to power a post-COVID recovery for London. The LCRN brings together leaders from the private sector, non-profit, institutional and community organizations to undertake conversations about London’s recovery.

Phase One: Short Term Ideas for Action

In its first phase of work (September 2020 to January 2021) the LCRN identified a focused number of short-term ideas for action to be considered for implementation by the City of London, other orders of government, and the community at-large. These ideas are detailed in the Network’s first report, Laying the Foundation: Ideas for Action to Power London’s Community Recovery from COVID-19.

Phase Two: The Framework

In its most recent phase of work, the LCRN has developed and launched the London Community Recovery Framework. The Framework address two fundamental questions with respect to London’s recovery:

  1. What does recovery and renewal look like for our community;
  2. How will we know when we are making progress?

LCRN members will continue to undertake efforts that align with the common vision, recovery areas of focus and shared measures laid out in the Framework over the next three years.

View the Framework

The Framework is a resource for our entire community. If you have ideas that can positively contribute to the shared measures detailed in the London Community Recovery Framework, we want to know. Please send your ideas to lcrn@london.ca.

For more information or to view the Network’s report, please consult the ‘Documents' section.

Page last updated: 20 October 2021, 13:01