Multiple perspectives in bottom-up planning for urban space

M. Levelt (Producer)

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In urban areas space is limited. Different stakeholders can have very different ideas and visions on how a plot of land should be used. The R-Link research-project studies this topic. In this video, Dr. Melika Levelt (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) will introduce a method from the R-Link project that takes into account the different views of stakeholders in urban space development. Melika will explain how this ‘stakeholder canvas’ may help stakeholders to ask each other the right questions, to identify new stakeholders, and to visualize views and visions in a coherent and helpful manner.
Original languageEnglish
EditionDelftWageningenAMS: Co-creating Sustainable Cities
Publication statusPublished - 9 Nov 2017


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