Diverse social needs are met through adapting a standard system to suit local needs: There is a minimum level of support for all but certain groups receive extra support to make sure that needs are addressed equitably and in diverse ways.
Communities are well connected within themselves but a bit less with other communities. People live in hyperlocal ecosystems, in a collection of micro-neighbourhoods where local cultures and identities are protected and do not become siloed.
Education becomes locally-focused leaving room for alternative and non-academic learning. This supports sharing and nourishing knowledge that is already in communities.
Everyone has equal access to public commons and they are used for a wide variety of purposes. They are shared, protected and do not become privatised.