Jørgen Primdahl, The Centre for Forest & Landscape, University of Copenhagen
A few words on landscape functions and models for future landscapes
Examples from recent planning experiments
Four dimensions of landscape strategy making
Working with communities – strategy making for multifunctional rural landscapes EMILA Summer Workshop: Working with communities on multifunctional landscape, Amsterdam Academie of Architecture, September 9, 2011
References: The parish of Lihme, Jutland 1948 The parish of Lihme, Jutland 2009
References: ’ Space of flows’¹ ¹) Castells 2000 Own feedstuff Impacts Feedstuff and chemicals Dairy (Arla Foods) World market
References: ’ Space of place’¹ ¹) Castells 2000 ¹) Castells 2000
03/10/11 4 Lihme: Current (Aug. 2011) Strategic Projects:
New small subdivisions in the villages to attract middle income families and relocate pensioners
Renewal of Lihme village including renovation of houses, new plantings and a village forest
Renovation of Gyldendahl harbour
New walking trail network and green corridors to link the village and the coast
Local landscape strategies –a way forward? Regional plans and policies The owners’ landscape management and local visions Diagnosis: Character and condition Landscape strategy for conservation and development Specific plans and projects Rural development programme Other programmes NATURA 2000 and Water frames Municipal planning
Mobilising attention to the ”whole”. Why is this strategy needed and what difference will it make? What makes this area so interesting? What is the vision – what we dreaming about?
Scoping: capturing the situation – where are we and where to we want to be? What is the historical background? What is the issue(s)? Who are the stakeholders? Who are the potential winners and loosers?
Mobilising and enriching the knowledge resources available. How do we bring different disciplines together and in dialogue with local knowledge? What is the relationship between the current landscape functions and the landscape pattern?
Generating strategic ideas on framing concepts and key projects for action. (The ‘Green heart’, the Fingerplan, ‘Red for green’, NATURA 2000)
¹ Based on Healy (2009) on how to organize spatial strategy making processes Landscape strategy making