2011-06 approach koningsvrouwen van landlust eng

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The approach from a succesfull project in Amsterdam Holland. The do's en don'ts through the eyes of participation and residents. Kees Jansen from Stipo made this presentation.

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  • Korte geschiedenis I en context 1937: complexen gebouwd vanuit Licht , Lucht en Ruimte 2006: overgenomen door Eigen Haard 2007: Opruimactie op initiatief van Eigen Haard én bewoners Bewoners wilden renovatie Eigen Haard wilde renovatie 2007: gezamenlijk besloten te renoveren 2008: pilotproject voor werkwijze Eigen Haard
  • 2011-06 approach koningsvrouwen van landlust eng

    1. 1. A journey together!
    2. 3. From mistrust to trust
    3. 4. Deliberately different than usual social (maximum involvement and maintaining social structure) technical (improving and adapting to the times) environmental (forward-looking with commitment to reducing rents)
    4. 5. Involve residents as much as possible & provide suitable housing
    5. 6. People with a mission
    6. 7. hier komt mooie foto Reiny in gesprek Never from behind your desk!
    7. 8. residents urban district and other bodies involved Eigen Haard Take a deliberate stand
    8. 9. Eigen Haard board participation department management / maintenance project management: connect, connect, connect property value + area/neigbourhood context (long term) redidents’ liveability (short term) parties involved Link bricks and people
    9. 10. Eigen Haard participation process Residents’ Committee Local school Children’s Counsel Renovation Council Women’s Council Editorial Council Excursions General information sessions Pilot staircase monitoring group Individual residents Residents’ support Broadly supported participation
    10. 11. speaking different ‘languages’
    11. 12. organisations and people with a passion for the community Identifying interests…
    12. 13. Creating value
    13. 14. <ul><li>Passionate about the community </li></ul><ul><li>Extraverted </li></ul><ul><li>Creativity </li></ul><ul><li>Entrepreneurial </li></ul><ul><li>Strategic thinker </li></ul><ul><li>Result-driven </li></ul>Skills (essential for the approach)
    14. 15. the balance between SUPPORT & VIGOUR
    15. 16. SUPPORT VIGOUR Endless talking / dull compromises
    16. 17. SUPPORT VIGOUR Recklessness
    17. 18. SUPPORT VIGOUR Entrepreneurship
    18. 19. No cookie-cutter work: uncharted territory
    19. 20. Dealing with resistance and setbacks
    20. 21. Results of the broad social approach
    21. 22. Tip: Involve residents early on
    22. 23. Tip: Approach residents honestly
    23. 24. Tip: Approach residents from across the board
    24. 25. Tip: Involve residents in creative ways
    25. 26. Tip: Involve residents in their own neigboorhood
    26. 27. A journey together!
    27. 28. Residents’ Committee
    28. 29. Local school
    29. 30. Children’s Counsil
    30. 31. Renovation Counsil
    31. 32. Women’s Counsil
    32. 33. Editorial Counsil
    33. 34. Samen op reis Excursions
    34. 35. General information sessions
    35. 36. Pilot staircase monitoring group
    36. 37. Individual residents
    37. 38. Residents’ support

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