Planning your project, and planning the monitoring and evaluation of your project, should occur together at the start of your project.
To help gain a good understanding of the place (and the problem) we recommend undertaking a simplified context analysis; and constraints and opportunities plan.
Defining the problem, need or opportunity your Innovating Streets project will address is critical for establishing the rationale for your project and for engaging and communicating with stakeholders.
It’s important to plan for monitoring and evaluation in parallel with the development of your project.
Regardless of its size or duration, experience from recent projects delivered across the country show that a successful Innovating Streets for People project needs seven key areas covered.
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