Launceston Church Grammer School’s junior campus hosted members of Launceston’s development community to listen to pupils pitch ideas on improving the city for future generations.
Pupils from grade 4 and 5 shared their knowledge on liveability and urbanisation with representatives from local government and Cityprom amongst others.
Pupils set up stations where they would meet with city developers and propose what change they’d like to see in Launceston going forward.
They studied the Global Liveability Index, which reports on the quality of living conditions and community identity in urbanised areas.
“I mean it's the best people to be talking to about what they think creates vibrancy and brings people to the city so we're really excited to hear their ideas,” Cityprom executive officer Steve Henty said.
Mr Henty said the level of initiative from the students was great to see in showing their interest in the City’s future.
“Their ability to think outside the square and be innovative is really exciting,” Mr Henty said.
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