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  • Thanks:-On behalf of the students of the UM Studies Program at TU Berlin -Members of the community, representatives of the municipal government. Members of the media -translators -Professors -GIZ, especially Ms. Lenka Voltoja- May 18-20: Groups of three to four researchers conducted field work based on the five thematic elements mentioned earlier -Research took the form of -Surveys and Interviews, observation, traffic and mobility assessment, inventories of building use and condition,
  • -Field work followed by period of rapid data processing -served to create tools for further analysis, such as the maps above-Also served to disseminate information obtained by each of the thematic groups with the other participants in the research project
  • -Field work followed by period of rapid data processing -served to create tools for further analysis, such as the maps above-Also served to disseminate information obtained by each of the thematic groups with the other participants in the research project
  • -Field work followed by period of rapid data processing -served to create tools for further analysis, such as the maps above-Also served to disseminate information obtained by each of the thematic groups with the other participants in the research project
  • -Following the data processing, each thematic research group prepared a SWOT analysis based on their findings, -focusing on the S W O T, inherent to the physical attributes and the specific socio-economic context identified in the focus area-After lengthy discussion, the elements of the thematic SWOT analyses were combined into what we have called an “Integrated SWOT Analysis” -We consider to be the most representative of the focus area as a whole-The results of this integrated SWOT analysis were used as a basis for and a justification of the proposed action areas of the pilot projects, the descriptions of which will form the majority of today’s presentation-To provide a background for these pilot projects, I will briefly introduce the results of the SWOT analysis of the focus area
  • -As you can see here , the results of the SWOT analysis were rather detailed-A large number of Strengths were identified in the area, including those relating to the -Meaning or Significance -Physical and Social Characteristics -Functional Uses -and Residential makeup
  • The group also identified favorable conditions, leading to the potential for a number of opportunities in the area,Namely-Possibility for tremendous improvement of the region that accompanies heightened awareness of the historic and cultural significance of the area-Possibility to increase mobility networks between, especially relating to the city center and Vysokj Zamok-Possibility to increase economic potential of the region-Use of open-spaces as multi-functional venues And-Use of the support and willingness of the residents to invest their own labor and capital into the neighborhood
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    1. 1. Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />Urban Management Master Program Students, supervised by TU and GIZ<br />
    2. 2. Framework<br />BERLIN<br />LVIV<br />Technical University of Berlin<br />Master of Science Programme „Urban Management“<br /><ul><li> ARCHITECTURE
    3. 3. CIVIL ENGINEERING
    4. 4. SOCIAL SCIENCE
    5. 5. URBAN PLANNING
    6. 6. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
    7. 7. BUSINESS + ECONOMY
    8. 8. GEOLOGY</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    9. 9. Why Pidzamche?<br />VYSOKY ZAMOK<br />CITY HALL<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    10. 10. Programme overview<br />Preparatory phase in Berlin (15.2. – 14.5.)<br /><ul><li> lectures to urban development and </li></ul> integrated approaches<br /><ul><li> research to Lviv and Ukraine related topics </li></ul>Field study in Lviv (15.5. - 27.5.)<br /><ul><li> analysis of the project area
    11. 11. presentations of findings
    12. 12. SWOT analysis
    13. 13. public event
    14. 14. development of visions
    15. 15. pilot projects
    16. 16. final presentation</li></ul>Consolidation phase in Berlin (28.5. – 10.6.)<br /><ul><li> elaboration of pilot projects
    17. 17. documentation of all results in final report</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    18. 18. Field Work<br />First Week: Field Work in the Area<br />Thematic Working Groups<br /><ul><li> Residents
    19. 19. Buildings
    20. 20. Open Space
    21. 21. Mobility
    22. 22. Economy</li></ul>Methods<br /><ul><li> Interviews
    23. 23. Surveys
    24. 24. Observations
    25. 25. Participatory Mappings
    26. 26. Assessments</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    27. 27. Field Work<br />Products and Outcomes (Selection)<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    28. 28. Sundays`event<br />...the night before<br />inviting citizens of the neighborhood to the event on Theordora squares, - with messages and roses<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    29. 29. Sundays`event<br />...and on Sunday on Theodora square<br /><ul><li> mind mapping
    30. 30. planning for real
    31. 31. football
    32. 32. flower seeds distribution
    33. 33. music
    34. 34. bicycle race
    35. 35. talks about the square</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    36. 36. SWOT Analysis<br />Strengths I Weaknesses I Opportunities I Threats<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    37. 37. SWOT Analysis<br />STRENGTHS<br /><ul><li> proximity to city center and High Castle
    38. 38. partly UNESCO protection
    39. 39. high share of open spaces
    40. 40. mixed-use area
    41. 41. short distances / walkability
    42. 42. high rate of housing ownership
    43. 43. lively local economy (e.g. market)
    44. 44. connection of public transportation
    45. 45. availability of public functions (hospital, school, university, administration, etc.)
    46. 46. mix of generations</li></ul>WEAKNESSES<br /><ul><li> importance and value of the area is not recognized
    47. 47. administrative boundaries are cutting through the area (UNESCO, Zheks)
    48. 48. no clear strategies for rehabilitation, tourism development and economic revitalization
    49. 49. poor condition of buildings and infrastructure
    50. 50. informal economic activities under threat
    51. 51. low income > low capacities
    52. 52. no organization of the community, unclear denomination of the neighborhood </li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    53. 53. SWOT Analysis<br />OPPORTUNITIES<br /><ul><li> awareness raising of historic value of the neighborhood as a basis to build up local identity and political will for rehabilitation
    54. 54. improving accessibility and connection of the area to inner city and High Castle > attraction of visitors
    55. 55. strengthening of economic activities
    56. 56. qualification of open spaces for multi-generational activities
    57. 57. support willingness to get involved / organization of residents as a basis for participationin neighborhood rehabilitation</li></ul>THREATS<br /><ul><li> loss of cultural heritage and collapse of buildings due to neglect of the area
    58. 58. losing UNESCO protection title
    59. 59. bad reputation of the area, social polarization and insecurity
    60. 60. decrease of economic activities (e.g. through closure of market; prohibition of informal vegetable market)
    61. 61. development of unsustainable tourism activities without local income generation</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    62. 62. VISION<br /><ul><li> The area is a showcase of a livable historic neighborhood which provides a high standard of building conditions for its residents while preserving the value of historical heritage.
    63. 63. The area is family-friendly and widely recognized as a special place with a strong local identity as its residents are proud to belong here and actively participate in improving their neighborhood.
    64. 64. The area is an attractive place to visit also due to its system of high-quality open spaces offering various functions and recreational opportunities for all generations.
    65. 65. The area is famous for its pedestrian and bicycle-friendly environment and is attractive to access for all generations of residents, disadvantaged groups and tourists.
    66. 66. The area is appreciated for its lively local economy providing a wide range of activities and facilities meeting demands of both residents and tourists while ensuring a strong and sustainable basis for local income generation. </li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    67. 67. PILOT PROJECTS<br />Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    68. 68. 1. Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Assessment<br />Open spaces and plots with good potential for interventions<br />Pidzamche Train Station<br />Open plots for potential filling<br /><ul><li> Empty plots in the urban fabric
    69. 69. Potential for new investments
    70. 70. Possibility of reconstitution of the original urban fabric</li></ul>Squares and greenery for renovation<br /><ul><li> Improvement of infrastructure
    71. 71. Temporary uses, artistic interventions</li></ul>Undefined open spaces and residual areas<br /><ul><li>Undefinition of uses
    72. 72. Potential for rebuilding urban fabric
    73. 73. Temporary uses, artistic interventions</li></ul>High Castle<br />VysokyjZamok<br />Opera House<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    74. 74. 1. Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Different approaches to new physical interventions <br />Rehabilitation of an existing building<br />New design in an empty plot<br />Mixed approach<br />Urban village<br />Empty plot as a connector<br />Rehabilitation of an appropriated space<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />5<br />6<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    75. 75. 1. Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Restoration of an existing building - Future Neighbourhood Center<br />2. New design in an empty plot – Future Investments<br />3. Mixed approach– Open courtyards<br />4. Urban Village - Surroundings of buildings<br />5. Empty plot as a connector– Integrative spaces<br />6. Rehabilitation of an appropriated space– Youth center<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    76. 76. 1. Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Objectives<br /><ul><li> Financial structure</li></ul>To manage investment for new physical interventions for a sustainable neighborhood<br />To define proper uses for exiting locations fostering sustainable development within the neighborhood<br /><ul><li> Physical criteria</li></ul>To define the proper locations that are eligible to new physical interventions within the neighborhood<br /><ul><li> Location criteria</li></ul>To enhance development of contemporary architecture as complementary to the historic urban landscape<br /><ul><li> Building criteria
    77. 77. Aesthetic guidelines
    78. 78. Green guidelines
    79. 79. Universal accessibility</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    80. 80. 1. Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions <br />General objective: To physically safeguard the historic urban landscape while socially and economically revitalizing the neighborhood <br />PARTICIPATION<br />NEIGHBORHOOD<br />INVESTMENT<br />“If not us, who else???”<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    81. 81. PILOT PROJECTS<br />Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    82. 82. 2. Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />OBJECTIVE<br />Improve connectivity of the neighborhood through use of non-motorized mobility circuit<br />APPROACHES<br />Bicycle circuit connecting historic religious center<br />Pedestrian mobility in a North – South circuit<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    83. 83. 2. Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />1. Bicycle circuit<br /><ul><li>Establishment of Bicycle lanes to connect the inner city with the High castle
    84. 84. Establishment of bicycle parking lots
    85. 85. Connection of historic touristic spots
    86. 86. Control and organize parking space use</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    87. 87. 2. Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />2. Pedestrian mobility<br /><ul><li>Pedestrian connection between inner city and high Castle
    88. 88. Control and organize parking space use
    89. 89. Improve pedestrian access from north area and the underground passage
    90. 90. Development of heritage walk</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    91. 91. PILOT PROJECTS<br />Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    92. 92. 3. Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />Increased stakeholder involvement for improvement of communal properties<br />Pilot Projects <br /><ul><li> Neighborhood Center
    93. 93. Courtyard Renovation </li></ul> Program<br /><ul><li> Fiscal Incentives</li></ul> Program<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    94. 94. 3. Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER<br />Integration of administrative function and community center in a single space <br />Goals<br /><ul><li> Community development
    95. 95. Resident empowerment
    96. 96. Citizen participation
    97. 97. Shared responsibility and trust</li></ul>Quartiersmanagement - Berlin, Germany<br /><ul><li>Clearly defined intervention areas
    98. 98. Project proposals from community
    99. 99. Link residents and administration</li></ul>Functions<br /><ul><li> Represent municipality
    100. 100. Advocate for residents
    101. 101. Cultural and social events/ activities
    102. 102. Localized management of pilot projects</li></ul>Centro Comunitário- São Carlos, Brazil<br /><ul><li>Professional training courses
    103. 103. Cultural activities, sports and leisure
    104. 104. Social Assistance</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    105. 105. 3. Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />COURTYARD RENOVATION<br />Courtyard Renovation (Schillerpromenade, Berlin)<br />Improvement of quality of living through collective direct action<br />Implementation Strategies<br />Implementation Strategy<br /><ul><li> Participatory planning process
    106. 106. Resident labor contribution
    107. 107. Collaboration with an architect
    108. 108. Residents formulate cooperative plan
    109. 109. Neighborhood Center mediates agreement
    110. 110. Utility company: water and sewer lines
    111. 111. Residents: capital and labor</li></ul>Outcomes<br /><ul><li> Increased standard of living
    112. 112. Enhanced resident network
    113. 113. Widely used common area</li></ul>Target Group<br /><ul><li> Commercial and service sector </li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    114. 114. 3. Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />FISCAL INCENTIVES <br />Stimulate private investment in historic restoration<br />Goals<br />AlegraCentro - Santos, Brazil<br /><ul><li> Total tax exemption for qualified work
    115. 115. Partial exemption for service tax
    116. 116. Fiscal exemption for sponsoring
    117. 117. Free technical consultancy
    118. 118. Rapid improvement of historic structures
    119. 119. Minimal public expenditure
    120. 120. Integration of private sector </li></ul>Target Group<br />Law 422/2001 - Romania <br /><ul><li> 50% discount of the fees and taxes of </li></ul> the investment for preservation<br /><ul><li> Tax credits for restoration
    121. 121. Commercial and service sector </li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    122. 122. 3. Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />University<br />NGOs<br />NGOs<br />Residents<br />Religious <br />Institutions<br />Tourist<br />National <br />Government<br />OSBB<br />Utility Company<br />Heritage Dept.<br />Business Owners<br />ZhEK<br />Neighborhood <br />Center<br />Municipality<br />District Admin.<br />Improved overall governance within community<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    123. 123. PILOT PROJECTS<br />Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    124. 124. 4. Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />Location<br />Appearance<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    125. 125. 4. Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />STRATEGY<br /><ul><li>Proximity to center – connecting point between inner city and VysokyZamok
    126. 126. Displacement of Vernisaz market to the foot of Castle Hill
    127. 127. Emphasizing the entrance and forming clear borders of the market
    128. 128. Physical improvement of the Market and specialization
    129. 129. Traditional food
    130. 130. Integration of the informal market (adding diversity of home grown organic food)
    131. 131. Including new businesses
    132. 132. Creating new job opportunities
    133. 133. Improving living conditions & enhancing sustainable development of the area</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    134. 134. PILOT PROJECTS<br />Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    135. 135. 5. Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    136. 136. 5. Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    137. 137. 5. Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    138. 138. PILOT PROJECTS<br />Management Instruments for Development of New Physical Interventions<br />Historical Touristic Interconnections<br />Improving Neighborhood Governance for Historic Restoration<br />Economic and Physical Improvement of “Dobrobut” Market<br />Synagogue at StaryRynok<br />Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    139. 139. 6. Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />High Potential<br /><ul><li> Central location
    140. 140. Community Plaza
    141. 141. Historic Value– Church, cemetery, synagogue</li></ul>Problems<br /><ul><li> ParkingSituation
    142. 142. Lack of activity & vitality
    143. 143. Disorganizedspace
    144. 144. no street furniture</li></ul>Demands according to interviews during field study and public event<br /><ul><li> SportsFacility
    145. 145. Improvement of Greenery as Resting place
    146. 146. Improvement of facilities(Bench, Play grounds, Trash Bins…)</li></ul>OBJECTIVES<br /><ul><li>Creating community platform based on what local needs
    147. 147. Establish a neighbourhood identity
    148. 148. Planning by participatory design and step-by-step process</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    149. 149. 6. Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />APPROACH<br /><ul><li> main focus – development of design in participatory step-by-step realization
    150. 150. support of the citizens – coordination of the process, development of guidelines for the design according to the local needs, involvement of artists/students</li></ul>Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    151. 151. 6. Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    152. 152. 6. Community Platform at Theodora Square<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    153. 153. CONCLUSION <br />“Built in the past…<br />Teodora Square in 1914<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    154. 154. CONCLUSION <br />… walking to the future.”<br />Teodora Square on May, 22nd<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    155. 155. CONCLUSION <br />“IF NOT US, WHO ELSE???”<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />
    156. 156. धन्यवाद!<br />ευχαριστίες!<br />Danke!<br />Gracias!<br />감사!<br />Thank you!<br />дякую!<br />Təşəkkür!<br />Shukrani!<br />谢谢!<br />Merci!<br />Obrigada!<br />با تشکر!<br />Sustainable Urban Rehabilitation of the Area of Pidzamche in L’viv<br />

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