Thursday 26th January - Tuesday 25th April



C40 Cities is thrilled to work with Minecraft Education and the Mayor for London to help students redesign Croydon as part of Design Future London.

How can we reimagine Croydon town centre to make it a greener, safer and a more prosperous place for everyone?

The Schools Reinventing Cities programme in London is part of Design Future London, a city-wide challenge for students aged 11–24+. Both primary and secondary school students will be given the chance to use Minecraft to build solutions that revitalise Croydon Town Centre, an area designated as an ‘Opportunity Area’ in London.

The challenge covers the themes important to Croydon.

  • How can we create high streets that work for all? 
  • How can we build homes for Londoners? 
  • How can we improve sustainable transport, green energy and community spaces? 
  • How can young people be empowered to imagine the next generation of good, green jobs? 

We're so excited to see everyone's ideas.
The submission deadline is 25th April. To find out more about being involved in the competition, please see the Design Future London toolbelt. 

The design challenge is open to all students across London to share their best and boldest ideas with their teachers, school mates and policy makers. 

Find out more about Design Future London. 
N End, Croydon
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