• Preston Climate Jury Underway
    Preston Climate Jury Underway
    The Preston People’s Climate Jury will provide 30 Preston residents with a chance to have their say on how we tackle climate change across the city and make recommendations to local leaders about how the city should act in response. Shared Future has been asked to facilitate the...
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  • Local Climate Engagement Programme Evaluation
    Local Climate Engagement Programme Evaluation
    The Local Climate Engagement Programme (LCE) aims to help ensure that the UK can reach its net zero target. It provides local authorities and their partners in England with support to undertake or commission high quality, inclusive public engagement in climate decision-making to help shape their strategies,...
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  • Ensuring Local Energy Benefits
    Ensuring Local Energy Benefits
    Insights from a Peoples Panel. In 2023, supported by funding from the Scottish Government, Regen, working with Shared Future’s facilitators, conducted a People’s Panel tasked with answering the question: “The way we use energy in our homes and communities is changing, with many communities and councils developing...
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Our Vision is of a world where everyone feels they can take action to make a better life for themselves and for others. At Shared Future our motto is simple “We can do that here.” Read our Mission Statement to find out why we are called Shared Future


Shared Future are leaders in the fields of Participatory Budgeting and Citizen Inquiries/Juries. We can also provide expert advice on Community-Led Planning, Community Empowerment Projects, Ethical Business and Social Responsibility, plus many other areas.


Since Shared Future was founded in 2009, we’ve built a successful team of experienced consultants and practitioners who offer a diverse range of skills. We work together on worthwhile and stimulating projects that reflect our personal values.

"I thoroughly enjoyed working with Pete and Jez, and in particular I admired your excellent facilitation skills."

Helen McFarlane, Director,
Our Voice Programme, Scottish Health Council.