Opportunities and added-value              of city networks                        The case of HerO and Hist.Urban        ...
Content1. The city networks Hist.Urban and HerO4. Network level activities to support the involvement   of stakeholders in...
1. The city network Hist.Urban (2006-2008)ThemeRevitalisation of historic townsto promote a sustainable urbandevelopmentMa...
1. The city network HerO (2008-2011)ThemeSustainable Management Strategies                            Partners: 9 partners...
2. Network activities to support the involvement of  stakeholders in the management of historic sites1. Obligation to set ...
3. Added value of the network activities•    Intensified occupation with and implementation of     involvement of stakehol...
4. Recommendations for successful city networking•     Concentrate on 2 or 3 concrete topics.•     Define concrete objecti...
Recommendationsfor the involvement of stakeholders•     Involvement must bring a benefit to the stakeholders•     Use the ...
Terima kasih ขอบคุณครับ         Thanks Danke           dank u wel Grazie                  The Road to Success – Integrated...
Stakeholder groups involved in HerO Local Support Groups-     House owners’ associations, real estate development associat...
Quotes: Why involving stakeholders?•     It is essential to involve stakeholders so that they have a sense of shared owner...
Success factors for a Local Support Group•     Build up trust•     Bring stakeholders together•     Members have to benefi...
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Managing Historic cities: Opportunities and added value of city Networks (expert meeting in Jogyakarta, 14.07.2012)

  1. 1. Opportunities and added-value of city networks The case of HerO and Hist.Urban — Supporting each other in the involvementNils Scheffler of stakeholders for the safeguarding and development of scheffler@urbanexpert.net heritage sitesExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Nils Scheffler; scheffler@urbanexpert.net
  2. 2. Content1. The city networks Hist.Urban and HerO4. Network level activities to support the involvement of stakeholders in the management of historic sites7. Added value of the network activities10. Recommendations for successful city networkingExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 2
  3. 3. 1. The city network Hist.Urban (2006-2008)ThemeRevitalisation of historic townsto promote a sustainable urbandevelopmentMain objectiveUsing built-cultural heritage as assetfor a sustainable urban developmentMain activities Local activities to developintegrated revitalisation approaches Transnational work groups toexchange and transfer experience Elaboration of a manual on special Partners: 19 partnersrevitalisation strategies (local authorities and research institutes)Expert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 3
  4. 4. 1. The city network HerO (2008-2011)ThemeSustainable Management Strategies Partners: 9 partners (local authorities)for Vital Historic Urban LandscapesMain objectiveSafeguarding the Past AND Facilitatingthe FutureMain activities Development of Cultural HeritageIntegrated Management Plans Workshops and conferences toexchange experience and transferknow-how Guidebook: The Road to Success –Integrated Management of HistoricTownsExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 4
  5. 5. 2. Network activities to support the involvement of stakeholders in the management of historic sites1. Obligation to set up Local Support Group at local level.3. Expert support for setting up and implementing Local Support Group.5. Workshops to exchange experience on involvement of stakeholders.7. Guidebook on Local Support Groups.9. Local Support Group Summer University.Expert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 5
  6. 6. 3. Added value of the network activities• Intensified occupation with and implementation of involvement of stakeholders (through external requirements).• Higher attention and support for the involvement of stakeholders (through “EU-label”).• Getting professional advice for the involvement of stakeholders (though expert support).• Opportunity to exchange, discuss and work with people that are in a similar situation (through network exchange activities).• Learning from each other, gaining new approaches and ideas for the involvement of stakeholders (through network exchange activities).¡ Broadened personal experience and knowledge, improving the professional capacities involving public and private stakeholders.Expert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 6
  7. 7. 4. Recommendations for successful city networking• Concentrate on 2 or 3 concrete topics.• Define concrete objectives and envisaged results of the network.• Prepare a concrete working program.• Organise small meetings centred on the exchange of experience.• Visit good-practice cases.• Invite experts on demand.• Provide easy-overview about problems and experiences of the network partners. ¡ Prepare well the city network – have responsible partners running the network – give sufficient time for exchange activities - a funding program is very supportive!Expert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 7
  8. 8. Recommendationsfor the involvement of stakeholders• Involvement must bring a benefit to the stakeholders• Use the involvement process to raise the awareness of the stakeholders about the significance of the cultural heritage for the development of the area• Involve public and private stakeholders from the very beginning• Secure a target-oriented involvement process and sufficient time and personnel resources for it• Neutral and professional supportExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 8
  9. 9. Terima kasih ขอบคุณครับ Thanks Danke dank u wel Grazie The Road to Success – Integrated Management of Historic Towns HerO Guidebook and policy recommendations: http://urbact.eu/en/projects/urban-renewal/hero/our-outputs/ Nils Scheffler scheffler@urbanexpert.netExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 9
  10. 10. Stakeholder groups involved in HerO Local Support Groups- House owners’ associations, real estate development associations, chamber of industry and commerce, enterprises- Municipal departments responsible for building conservation, urban planning and development, economic development, culture, social affairs, environment- Cultural institutions, universities, experts, citizens (associations)- Local Council, Mayor’s Office- Tourism office, monuments preservation authorities; city manager/ city marketing associations- Regional authoritiesExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 10
  11. 11. Quotes: Why involving stakeholders?• It is essential to involve stakeholders so that they have a sense of shared ownership of the world heritage management plan and are more likely to cooperate in its implementation and to take actions. Many stakeholders have different aspirations but by listening to each other’s aspirations, they are more likely to understand the aspirations of others, to compromise their own and to seek win-win solutions. John Hinchliffe, World Heritage Officer of Liverpool• Through the involvement of many stakeholders from within the administration and from outside, it was possible to form a broad basis for a joint World Heritage strategy. Through the interdisciplinary composition of a Local Support Group conflicts could be solved face to face. Furthermore, all members gained insight into topics, which do not count to their special field. Matthias Ripp, World Heritage Coordinator of Regensburg• Local community involvement in the development process of the Integrated Cultural Heritage Management Plan ensured the coordination between the actions promoted and the needs and aspirations of the community. Further in facilitated consensus between the stakeholders regarding heritage conservation and socio- economic development of the site. Ioan Fedor Pascu, City of SighisoaraExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 11
  12. 12. Success factors for a Local Support Group• Build up trust• Bring stakeholders together• Members have to benefit from participation• Common goals and actions• Public Relation• Neutral moderation• Involve/ inform mayor, political parties, Managing Authority and other stakeholders which might not directly be involved in the LSGExpert meeting: Managing Historic Cities I Yogyakarta I 14.07.2012 I Page 12

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