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Presentatie over de Urban Planning Advisory Teams (UPATs) van ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners). Doel van de UPATs is de uitgebreide planningservaring en -expertise van ISOCARP- leden ter beschikking te stellen van internationale projecten en beleidsmensen.

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  1. 1. UPAT ProgrammeIntroducingUrban Planning Advisory Teams (UPATs)Martin Dubbeling Peter JonquièreUrban planner and designer Urban planner and designerVice President UPAT Programme UPAT Veteran
  2. 2. UPAT ProgrammeObjectiveTo offer the extensive planning knowledge andexperience of ISOCARP members to provide expertand independent advice to local and regionalauthorities and communities in specific urban orregional topics.
  3. 3. UPAT ProgrammeTopicsUPATs relate to any topic or assignment within Cityand Regional Planning in any of the areas ofexpertise of the ISOCARP members.
  4. 4. UPAT ProgrammeTeamA UPAT is a tailored team with six to eight ISOCARPmembers with a Team Leader, a UPAT Rapporteur andtwo young planning professionals.ISOCARP is able to organise tailor made UPATs forspecific tasks and topics.
  5. 5. UPAT ProgrammeTeam selectionISOCARP publishes a detailed “Call for Experts” andforms a team with both experienced practitionersand scientists as well as talented young planningprofessionals.
  6. 6. UPAT ProgrammeProcessIn a one week workshop, the team interacts with thelocal actors and out of an intensive working process,generates a public presentation and a technicalreport, with proposals and recommendationstackling the selected topic.
  7. 7. UPAT ProgrammeTypical scheduleDay 1: Field tripDay 2: Technical presentationsDay 3: Analysis and diagnosisDay 4: First approachDay 5: Feed backDay 6: ProposalDay 7: Presentation
  8. 8. UPAT Programme Themes for 2011 - 2012• Knowledge for better, liveable and sustainable cities• Connecting cities and city regions• Exchange of knowledge and experiences• Rethink the concept of UPATs• Work on innovative formats of UPATs
  9. 9. UPAT Programme
  10. 10. UPAT ProgrammeUPATs hosted so farSince 2004, we have had several UPATs in differentparts of the world. Each of them has beendifferent, challenging and successful.
  11. 11. UPAT Programme UPATs hosted so far• 2010 The Philips Center for Health and Well-being, Singapore - Livable Cities• 2010 Sitges, Spain (V) - Railway system transformations and their impact at the Garraf County• 2009 Sitges, Spain (IV) - El Garraf Natural Park• 2009 Szczecin, Poland - Prospects for the Metropolitan Area• 2008 Zurich, Switzerland - Regional Plan• 2008 Guadalajara, México – 2011 Pan American Games Urban Legacy• 2008 Lincoln City, USA - City Master Plan• 2008 Cuenca, Spain - Upgrading and Mobility for the Historic Centre• 2007 Sitges, Spain (III) - El Garraf Regional Plan• 2007 Schwechat - Airport area Master Plan• 2007 Rijswijk - New functions for an Urban Hub• 2006 Sitges, Spain (II) - Upgrading and Mobility for the Historic Centre• 2006 Schiphol Region, The Netherlands - Ideas for the Master Plan• 2006 Cancun, Mexico - Disaster Management• 2005 Sitges, Spain (I) - Urban Regeneration• 2004 La Rioja, Spain - Regional, Social and Economic Development
  12. 12. UPAT Programme UPATs in 2012• Wuhan East Lake Scenic Area 11-16 March (China)• Perm Science City and Knowledge Hub 08-13 July (Russia)• Wuhan (12 million inh.) Perm (950.000 inh.)
  13. 13. UPAT Programme Wuhan East Lake Scenic Area• A 2020 Vision for the East Lake Scenic Area• An enhanced visitor experience, based on eco tourism principles, matching the best available in other Chinese cities• A cleaner lake environment; an enhanced natural and cultural heritage• Improved accessibility; better connectivity; green transport• Economic spin offs – a world-class Green Technology Park related to Wuhan’s universities and research establishments
  14. 14. UPAT Programme Perm Science City – Knowledge Hub• To design, conduct and to write a vision and to write three scenarios for Perm as a knowledge hub and a science city between Europe and Asia• To conduct interviews and conversations with key figures in the ministry of education, universities and institutes of higher education in Perm• To assemble and to review literature about best and bad practices about the mutual benefits between universities, university life and cities• To provide a strategy, principles, practical steps and solutions towards 2020
  15. 15. The ISOCARP UPAT Teams can help to makeyour cities more liveable and moresustainable.Thank you for your attention.Martin Dubbeling (VP UPAT Programme)dubbeling@isocarp.org