Street-Level Democracy? urban professionals as participatory innovators in neighbourhood planning processes

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Abstract

In 2017 the municipality of Amsterdam launched a programme to combat a housing
shortage and realise ambitious societal goals for 32 of its most deprived neighbourhoods. After decades of urban renewal projects, these areas still scored poorly on most socio-economic indicators. The programme aims to develop more affordable housing for low- and middleincome households, to revitalise the existing public spaces of these neighbourhoods and to improve the residents’ socio-economic position. In addition, the progressive municipal council installed in 2018 intends to democratise urban renewal processes with the aim of increasing community involvement.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPlanning for transition
Subtitle of host publicationbook of papers
Place of PublicationVenezia
PublisherUniversità luav di Venezia
Pages1497-1513
ISBN (Print)9788899243920
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jul 2019
EventAESOP Annual Congress: Planning for Transition: Research Track: Community-based planning and social innovation - Universty Iuav Di Venezia, Venice, Italy
Duration: 9 Jul 201913 Jul 2019
https://www.aesop2019.eu/

Conference

ConferenceAESOP Annual Congress: Planning for Transition
Abbreviated titleAESOP19
CountryItaly
CityVenice
Period9/07/1913/07/19
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