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Grazia Concilio Antonio Longo - Milano Intorno al Lambro

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IV Conference of Regional and Urban Planning International Conference of the Project Community Participation in Planning
Participation in planning and public policy
23th/24th of February, 2017
http://www.ua.pt/conferenciapru

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Grazia Concilio Antonio Longo - Milano Intorno al Lambro

  1. 1. Milano Intorno al Lambro G. Concilio, A. Longo 23th February 2017 Regional and Urban Planning Conference Aveiro (PT)
  2. 2. Outline  Milano Intorno al Lambro  Grande Parco Forlanini  Rubattino  Parco Lambro  Conclusions
  3. 3. Milano Intorno al Lambro Milan https://www.facebook.com/groups/MilanoIntornoalLambro
  4. 4.  The ReLambro project: open, inclusive, institutional and civic  Three targeted river parks with different relevance of existing communities  Top-down/Bottom-up urban projects for community awareness and scenario sharing  No Community Engagement Unit  Public Infrastructure Production
  5. 5. Intorno al Lambro Milano
  6. 6. URBAN PROJECTS Grande Parco Forlanini CPiP Processes’ framework EXISTING ACTIVISTS UNIVERSITY CITIZENS ENVIRONMENTAL AND SPATIAL AWARENESS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
  7. 7. Grande Parco Forlanini 1st Teaching Module  The students were in direct contact with the different actors since the beginning of the course.  The students had several occasions to interact with the different stakeholders and present their work along the whole process.  The outputs of the teaching module were useful to sustain the “Grande Forlanini Association” in its work.  The projects were devices able to catalyze the discussion and to accelerate the actions on the park.  The legacy of the teaching module is the continuation of the process with other educational activities. Six students are still involved in the development of projects that sustain the existing associations in their work.
  8. 8. URBAN PROJECTS (urban devices) Rubattino UNIVERSITY COMMUNITIES ATTRACTION / CREATION INSTITUTION ATTRACTION CPiP Processes’ framework
  9. 9. 2nd Teaching Module
  10. 10. Rubattino 2nd Teaching Module  The absence of active communities in the area was the occasion to develop community traps, aimed to attract and activate collective action on the area.  The students had some opportunities to get in touch with public institutions along the course, while already testing the some “community traps” ideas with them.  The interplay with key stakeholders helped the student in developing their work towards a shared understanding of the issues.  The early outputs of the teaching module were able to focus the attention of different public servants from bordering City Councils (Milano and Segrate) on the area, which was slightly considered.
  11. 11. Rubattino 2nd Teaching Module
  12. 12. Rubattino 2nd Teaching Module
  13. 13. Rubattino 2nd Teaching Module
  14. 14. Parco Lambro (on going) Existing communities and organizations INSIDE the park CPiP Processes’ framework Existing communities and organizations OUTSIDE the park URBAN PROJECTS UNIVERSITY
  15. 15. Conclusions  Different roles of urban design in education  Instrumental to citizens engagement  Attractor of public institutions and communities  Instrumental to collective spatial awareness  Capacity building  Different roles of participation in education  Process’ end  Instrumental to community creation and public institution activation  Sometimes it is not necessary
  16. 16. Conclusions Explored roles for urban designer  Volunteers/Activist so called civic professionals  Facilitators  Activator/Enabler  Networkers  Ideas generators  Supporters of activists  Consultants of the muncipality  Aligners  ...
  17. 17. Conclusions  New roles for urban designer  Volunteers/Activist so called civic professionals  Facilitators  Activator/Enabler  Networkers  Ideas generators  Supporters of activists  Consultants of the muncipality  …  What about students in classrooms?
  18. 18. Conclusions Communities participation for Urban Design time is (?) mature to add into considerations a reversal relation between urban design and participation Urban Design for communities building
  19. 19. Conclusions research education
  20. 20. Conclusions research education society
  21. 21. Conclusions research education society especially for the urban panning and design discipline well described by several authors as domain of practices
  22. 22. 12th December 2016 Learning and Dissemination Event Belfast THANK YOU!!! Questions? Grazia Concilio: grazia.concilio@polimi.it Visit us at: WWW: cpip-planningwithcommunities.eu FACEBOOK: CommunityParticipationinPlanning

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