People get notified about proposed plans to their chosen places; keep engaging them with updates and decisions.
As residents explore proposals at their own convenience, on-site, in Augmented Reality, trust and respectful discourse are built, replacing the current aggressive reactions.
Encourage residents to easily participate, in lieu of lengthy public hearings and reviews; continuously enrich, de-risk and refine projects with hyper-local knowledge sourced from a young, large audience.
People feel comfortable participating in city planning without posessing esoteric knowledge.
Developers incorporate residents’ feedback to iterate and modify city planning.
“Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because and only when, they are created by everybody.”