The Manor House PACT project explored how local people and our urban community could develop their resilience to the consequences of climate change such as increased energy demand, food scarcity and air pollution.

We believe developing resilience encompassed:

  • Living more sustainably by managing natural resources such as energy, water and food wisely
  • Strengthening social networks and communities
  • Creating new economic opportunities for local people
  • Improving physical, emotional and mental health

We aimed to enable local people, businesses and communities to thrive by being prepared for changes to our climate, adapting how they live and connecting with each other in new and different ways. The project partners included the two local councils, housing providers, a private sector house builder, voluntary agencies, individuals and social enterprises.

Our project has engaged communities living in the following area of North East London:
The partnership developed the project by:
We have embedded training, volunteering and employment opportunities in Manor House PACT by, for example:


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