Participation

Participation Residents who are involved in project design and site management processes are more likely to develop a sense of belonging and contribute to their community. From principle to strategies Include adequate places for meetings, gatherings and co-creation. Develop and implement meaningful public engagement activities during all design stages. Ensure every resident has the opportunity […]

Participation

Residents who are involved in project design and site management processes are more likely to develop a sense of belonging and contribute to their community.

From principle to strategies

  • Include adequate places for meetings, gatherings and co-creation.

  • Develop and implement meaningful public engagement activities during all design stages.

  • Ensure every resident has the opportunity to play an important role, and feels a stake in the ongoing preservation and maintenance of the area.

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Flexible spaces
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Design process
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Co-design
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Collective community models

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