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  • 3f site 5 bang poo

    1. 1. Bang Pu<br />รูปภาพสำหรับ<br />Parvathi Nair, Anna Sinnott, TarekRazzouk, Felipe Larach, Noor Al Ghafari, Kitty Kam, Elian Peña and Josue Robles<br />NattavadeePeanpanichskul, PeerapatSingkalvanich and PrechapongArkadsopa<br />
    2. 2. Strategy and Methodology for Site Work<br />Strategic Development Pressures<br />Klong Mai Tai Site<br />Comparison Site<br />Interviews<br />Participatory Action Research (30 people)<br />- Participatory Workshop Living space<br />Interviews with 12 Community Members<br />Klong Ta-Kok<br />- Community Interview <br />- Observations<br />Photo here<br />Mayor<br />Community Round Table <br />(8 people)<br />Info gaps<br />Community Leaders<br /><ul><li>Construction Materials Survey & </li></ul> Knowledge Exchange<br />Survey (5 houses) <br /> Use<br />Space ---Materials<br />Photo here<br />Second hand building materials market<br />Community Architect<br />Observations and Informal Interviews<br />
    3. 3. Source: interview with Mayor of Bang Poo and community architect<br />Competition for Land<br />Competitionland (public and private)<br />How to reconcile the demand for public and private land, the development of infrastructure and squatter settlements in Bang Poo? <br />Ban Man Kong<br /><ul><li>BTS Sky train
    4. 4. Large scale infrastructure (water)
    5. 5. Industrial Logistic
    6. 6. Road expansion
    7. 7. Government Centers</li></ul>Secure Tenure (private land)<br />Squatter settlements Eviction<br />Long term Tenure Security<br />relocation<br />Leasing (30 years + 10 years + ...)<br />UrbanizationBKK Growth<br />Decentralization<br />Airport<br />DEVELOPMENT PRESSURE<br />Time<br />
    8. 8. Source: interview with Mayor of Bang Poo, NULICO and community members.<br />Plan Making System<br />How can Municipality and communities improve the holistic planning within SamutPrakarn Province?<br /><ul><li>Lack of holistic plan making processes
    9. 9. Top down planning process with limited participation</li></ul> Central Government<br />Highways Dept. Treasury Dept.<br />SamutPrakarn Province<br />Mueng District<br />Institutional Planning<br />Bang Poo Municipality (Mayor)<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br /> NULICO<br />Communities<br />Communitymembers<br />Communitymembers<br />Communitymembers<br />
    10. 10. Source: Community architect, interview with housholds, observations, Comprehensive Plan 2009<br />Environment and Flooding<br />How to balance the environmental degradation of land due to the ineffective implementation of environmental protection policies with adverse impacts on communities?<br /><ul><li>Weak Implementation of Comprehensive Plan
    11. 11. Development (eg airport)
    12. 12. Environmental Flooding
    13. 13. Communities</li></ul>Flood Alleviation<br />Agriculture Use<br />Mangrove Conservation<br />Comprehensive Plan (actualised 2009). Land Uses<br />Slum communities<br />
    14. 14. Baan ManKong Achievements<br />Source: Interviews with NULICO<br />1. Community network<br />2. Success of previous exp.<br />3. Support of other community (training, negotiation techniques)<br />4. Start to know each other<br />Municipality Relationship<br />MAYOR<br />- Empowerment<br /><ul><li>Self-sufficiency of </li></ul> individual (knowledge)<br />- Trust in the community<br />NULICO<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Ban ManKong : Delivery of housing, Secure housing tenure, Quality of life, Ability to know each other, Community service (Social welfare)<br />
    15. 15. Accessibility<br />How can Baan Mankong become more accessible for vulnerable people (eg very poor and elderly)?<br />BAANN MANKONG HOUSEHOLDS<br />Baan Mankong Households<br />Low income households<br />Lack of community engagement<br />Lack of relation between members of other communities<br />Weak relation with CODI: <br /> access to poor fund<br />EXCLUDED<br />HOUSEHOLDS<br />Excluded Households:<br />Affordability: cannot join savings groups (informal-rural economy)<br />Inclusion: <br /> Baan Mankong criteria loans (<55 years)<br />S O C I A L B A R R I E R<br />COMMUNITY<br />
    16. 16. Community Mobilisation<br />Can strengthening links between communities members within the Baan Mankongprogramme improve community mobilsation? <br /><ul><li>Poor community mobilisation beyond savings group
    17. 17. Isolation- weak physical and social connections between communities</li></ul>Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />
    18. 18. Use of Living Space<br />Building the knowledge of <br />understanding physical environment.<br />Source: Interviews, surveying and observation<br />The gap in transformation physical environment<br />Quality and quantity approach – an extensive survey of 5 households on spatial and social levels<br />Zones of activity & social interaction<br />Existing community<br />‘in-between spaces’<br />Spatial cognition of the households<br />precedent<br />
    19. 19. Source: Interviews, surveying and observation<br />Affordability<br />How can affordability issues within Ban Mankong be addressed?<br /><ul><li>Recyclable construction materials from existing dwellings translates into financial asset
    20. 20. Reduce the cost of houses to make them more affordable – initial estimates from the survey suggest this could be a third (50,000B) of the overall cost of each unit
    21. 21. Reusing materials can reduce the need to buy new additional construction materials.
    22. 22. Selling and/or buying from the second hand market can reduce construct costs</li></ul>ta-bae ka mai. Second-hand wood shop<br />
    23. 23. Improving Community Mobilisation<br />Source: Interviews with NULICO<br />Approach:  Address community mobilisation through expanding the links between community members in different communities.<br />Potential Activities:<br /><ul><li>Events and opportunities for interaction
    24. 24. Training and knowledge groups, house wives, young people, occupation groups, construction knowledge.
    25. 25.  Share places as markets, sports centres, community centres.
    26. 26. Involve the people in Environmental improvements. </li></ul>Leader<br />Leader<br />Leader<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />Communities<br />
    27. 27. Planning System Participation<br />Source: Interviews with Mayor community architect<br />SamutPrakan PAO – Plan Making & Development Projects <br />Create direct relationship between Bang Poo Municipality and the Province to participate in the plan making process<br />Improve information dissemination to community members and participation in the planning process<br />Community Feedback<br />SamutPrakan People Organization<br />Bang Poo City Formula<br />District<br />Direct Participation<br />NULICO<br />Bang Poo Municipality<br />Strong Link<br />Information dissemination<br />Baan Mankong<br />
    28. 28. What have we learned?<br />What we learnt<br /><ul><li>The power of the mobilization of communities.
    29. 29. The value of local knowledge and self-sufficiency
    30. 30. The strength of networking and collective knowledge for the community
    31. 31. Be flexible in your research approach
    32. 32. The importance of the role of women in Baan Mankong
    33. 33. Always introduce yourselves before an interview...</li></ul> <br />
    34. 34. Thank you to Klong Mai Tai Community<br />