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MIU - Movement for Israeli Urbanism
Planning Workshops as part of the Conference in Beer-Sheva 2005
מרחב - התנועה לעירוניות מתחדשת בישראל
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    MIU Conference 2005 Planning Workshops in Beer-Sheva MIU Conference 2005 Planning Workshops in Beer-Sheva Presentation Transcript

    • MIU Beer-Sheva Movement for Israeli Urbanism MIU Conference and Planning Workshops Beer-Sheva 12-13 December 2005
    • The first conference of Merhav – the Movement for Israeli Urbanism (MIU), "Urban Renaissance in Israel“ was held in Beer-Sheva and included Planning Workshops with public participation
    • The first day included 40 presentations in 14 information packed sessions that covered many of the key issues facing urbanism in Israel. See - http://miu.org.il/MIU_v4/docs_activities/Conference%202005/index.html#presentation
    • The most important event was the planning workshop - Charrette, which took place on the second day of the conference.
    • Residents, architects, planners and the guests from overseas participated.
    • Guests from the CNU (Congress for New Urbanism) and CEU (Council for European Urbanism) provided the workshops an important international perspective.
    • These planning workshops culminated an effort that spanned the months prior to the conference.
    • Local residents and planners from all over the country exercised participatory planning and by doing so, learned about the promise and challenges of such a process, which is relatively new to Israel.
    • Three projects in the older and more neglected neighborhoods of the city center were chosen.
    • During this final day of the conference, the vision, objectives, planning options, time table and actions needed to make progress with these three projects were detailed.
    • Sponsors of the Conference
    • MIU Beer-Sheva Movement for Israeli Urbanism Thank You www.miu.org.il