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Regeneration Without Money - is it possible? Queens University Belfast

  1. 1. Urban Regeneration and the Impact on Local Communities Regeneration Without Money – is it possible? Ciarán Cuffe
  2. 2. Regeneration Without Money – is it possible?1. Temporary uses often become permanent2. Mixed-use development makes sense3. Big projects don’t happen in recessions4. Some cities shrink5. Think creatively about under-used land6. Use culture as a tool for regeneration7. Who is in control?8. Think long-term
  3. 3. 1. Temporary uses often become permanent
  4. 4. Regeneration Without Money– is it possible?TEMPLE BAR
  5. 5. Temple Bar, Dublin 2
  6. 6. Regeneration Without Money– is it possible?BALLYMUN
  7. 7. 2. Mixed-use development makes sense
  8. 8. Ballymun• North Dublin Regeneration• Masterplan-based• Significant reduction in funding in recent years
  9. 9. 3.Big projects don’t happen in recessions
  10. 10. Church Street Site, Dublin 7
  11. 11. 4. Some Cities Shrink
  12. 12. Belfast City population Population Year 443,671 1951 415,856 1961 398,405 1971 314,270 1981 279,237 1991 277,391 2001 267,500 2011
  13. 13. 5. Think creatively about under- used land
  14. 14. Regeneration Without Money– is it possible?BALLYBOUGH, MUD ISLAND
  15. 15. Regeneration Without Money– is it possible?IRISH GLASS BOTTLE COMPANY,RINGSEND
  16. 16. Irene Walsh, DIT Student Thesis 2012
  17. 17. New Park, Los Angeles, USA
  18. 18. 6. Use culture as a tool for regeneration
  19. 19. Street Feast, Dublin City Centre
  20. 20. Regeneration Without Money – is it possible?• Temporary uses often become permanent• Mixed-use development makes sense• Big projects tend not to happen in a recession• Some cities shrink• Think creatively about under-used land• Use culture as a tool for regeneration
  21. 21. 7. Who is in control?
  22. 22. Arnstein’s Ladder
  23. 23. 8. Think long-term
  24. 24. The Finger Plan is an urban plan from 1947 which provides a strategy for thedevelopment of Greater Copenhagen, Denmark.According to the plan, Copenhagen is to develop along five funger, centred onS-train commuter rail lines, which extend from the palm, that is the denseurban fabric of central Copenhagen.In between the fingers, green wedges are supposed to provide land foragriculture and recreational purposes
  25. 25. Low Budget Initiatives• www.shrinkingcities.com a project (2002-2008) of the German Federal Cultural Foundation• www.streetfeast.ie -a day of local lunches across Ireland on 17th June, hosted by you and your neighbours• www.thetrailblazery.com -events, expeditions, talks, performances and interventions• www.dublincommunitygrowers.ie -Community Gardening within the Urban Landscape
  26. 26. Regeneration Without Money – is it possible? Yes it is! Thank you Ciarán Cuffe Ciaran.Cuffe@Dit.ie Department of Environment and PlanningDublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street, Dublin 1 +353 1 402 2710 Twitter.com/CiaranCuffe
  27. 27. Regeneration Without Money – is it possible?1. Temporary uses often become permanent2. Mixed-use development makes sense3. Big projects don’t happen in recessions4. Some cities shrink5. Think creatively about under-used land6. Use culture as a tool for regeneration7. Who is in control?8. Think long-term

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