As we approach the municipal elections in the Netherlands, the notion of the inclusive city is placed high on the political agenda of 2018. A matter that can provide answers to the questions that arise from the Dutch ideal of a society based on participation and the current separation in society due to, among other things, the populism of recent years. When we talk about inclusive, we often discuss only the social domain while the issue is so much broader. Richard Florida is also on board and has revisited his views of the creative class. But he places the solution mainly in the hands of the government in his new book (“The New Urban Crisis’). We see opportunities in broadly supported concepts that take inclusiveness as a starting point. Look at undivided activities such as sports, entrepreneurship and education. Adopting this approach ensures that the inclusive city is also placed high on the agenda of developers, investors, entrepreneurs, residents and municipalities.