Do overall guidelines/concepts exist in your city that can help to regenerate waste land, empty lots, and unused buildings?



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T 3.2 Questionnaire Survey

Analysis of the Responses by TURAS cities and regions




Part D: Land Use and Regeneration

  1. Do overall guidelines/concepts exist in your city that can help to regenerate waste land, empty lots, and unused buildings?

City or Region (in alphabetical order)

Overall guidelines/ Concepts on Regeneration

Related Public Documents




yes

No




Brussels

x




  • 5 March 2009 Ordinance on the management and remediation of contaminated soils: by identifying and treating contaminated soils the Brussels regions is trying to give a second life and reallocate these soils to new habitations, industries, green areas, community gardening, … http://www.ejustice.just.fgov.be/cgi_loi/change_lg.pl?language=fr&la=F&table_name=loi&cn=2009030530

  • Bonus/premium for soil studies: for evaluation of soil studies and risk studies
    http://www.bruxellesenvironnement.be/Templates/Professionnels/informer.aspx?id=32702

  • The Greenfields project: aims to assist business projects with a subsidy to clean up their land affected by orphan pollution and located in the most socioeconomically vulnerable neighbourhoods. In 5 years, 15 million Euros have been devoted to clean-up of 120,000 m² of polluted wasteland, with sixty businesses accommodated there.

  • 30 April 2009 Ordinance relating to penalties (regional tax) for unoccupied building (presumption : consumption below the minimum consumption of water 5 m³ /year or electricity 100kwh/year). Some Brussels municipalities also surcharge unoccupied office buildings. http://www.ejustice.just.fgov.be/cgi_loi/change_lg.pl?language=fr&la=F&cn=2009043004&table_name=loi

  • Rehabilitation program of empty floors above shops: To rehabilitate the empty floors above shops, in order to promote their allocation to housing, Brussels municipalities have a certain number of legal tools that can be combined according to the specific circumstances of each building. http://www.google.be/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CC8QFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.avcb-vsgb.be%2Fdocuments%2Fdocuments%2Flogement%2Fetages-vides-commerces-bis.pdf&ei=8PgIUZSZKcjB0QXQyIH4Dg&usg=AFQjCNHgKKLzuXYa7tFQowhpjx_Maj3V4Q&sig2=aXFoljS8BgMtT2YI_lg2Hw&bvm=bv.41642243,d.d2k

  • The upcoming “Food axis” of the AEE (Employment-Environment Alliance Food): will study and work on the conversion use of unused sites for urban agriculture.

Dublin

x




  • The National Spatial Strategy places particular emphasis on the physical consolidation of the metropolitan area, which incorporates the entire functional area of Dublin City Council. This necessitates the sustainable development of all vacant, derelict, and under-used lands with a focus on areas close to public transport corridors as well as areas of under-utilised physical and social infrastructure.
    LINK

  • The Dublin city Development plan core strategy and spatial framework promote the consolidation of the city, maximising efficient use of land and integrating land use and transport, within an overarching philosophy of sustainability and quality of life factors. The Development Plan sets the context for the preparation of a number of Local Area Plans (e.g. Pelletstown http://www.dublincity.ie/Planning/OtherDevelopmentPlans/LocalAreaPlans/Pages/PelletstownLocalAreaPlan-IssuesPaper.aspx

  • Village improvement plans and other planning initiatives to facilitate sustainable development of substantial brownfield sites and areas in need of regeneration. The plans involve extensive local consultation and the engagement of elected members.

  • Dublin City Council has recognised that in the current challenging economic climate, there is merit and benefit in securing appropriate temporary uses as interim solutions to vacant lands or buildings.
    In response to a demand for temporary use of space in the city, Dublin City Council Business Support Unit has been establishing links between owners of vacant property and individuals/organizations who require space for creative, cultural and craft uses in the short term through the establishment of a register of Interest. http://www.dublincity.ie/Planning/EconomicDevelopment/Pages/BusinessSupportUnit.aspx

Ljubljana

x




  • Strategic spatial plan of the City Municipality of Ljubljana

https://urbanizem.ljubljana.si/index3/OPN_MOL_SD.htm

https://urbanizem.ljubljana.si/index3/files/OPN_MOL_SD_05_urb_arh_oblikovanje.jpg

https://urbanizem.ljubljana.si/index3/files/OPN_MOL_SD_04_posel_prenova.jpg

https://urbanizem.ljubljana.si/index3/files/OPN_MOL_SD_Odlok.pdf



  • Implementation spatial plan of the City Municipality of Ljubljana

https://urbanizem.ljubljana.si/index3/files/OPN_MOL_ID_odlok.pdf

https://urbanizem.ljubljana.si/index3/files/OPN_MOL_ID_priloga_1.pdf



  • Ljubljana – my city (programme for renewal of historic buildings in the city centre of Ljubljana)

http://www.ljubljana.si/si/mol/mestna-uprava/oddelki/urejanje-prostora/javne-povrsine-in-prenova/akcija-ljubljana-moje-mesto/

  • Public procurement for regeneration of the abandoned query Podutik in Ljubljana

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=18

  • Public private partnership Celovška: revitalization of industrial areas along Celovška avenue in Ljubljana

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&year=2011

  • Comprehensive development of Cukrarna area (old sugar factory) in Ljubljana

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=13

  • Urban renewal of the old (bycycle) factory Rog area (near the city centre of Ljubljana)

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=32

  • Public-private partnership for urban renewal of Šmartinska area in Ljubljana

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=36

  • Urban renewal of the old (tobacco) factory Tobačna in Ljubljana

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=63

  • Construction of new buildings for the Academies of Arts in Ljubljana

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=89




London

x




  • Local Development Framework; this includes site specific use information for developers and for the authority
    http://www.lbbd.gov.uk/Environment/PlanningPolicy/LocalDevelopmentFramework/Pages/home.aspx

Nottingham

x




  • Nottingham City Council Long Term Derelict and Empty Homes, Properties and Land Strategy 2009 – 2011 http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=15999&p=0

  • Nottingham City Council Core Aligned Strategy
    http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=722

  • The Nottingham Local Plan

http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=536&p=0

  • Regeneration Framework (Renewal & Possibilities)

http://www.nottinghaminsight.org.uk/f/64991/Library/Housing/Regeneration/

Rotterdam

x




  • Rotterdam has a big task on restructuring. A relatively small initiative on restructuring is The Do-It-Yourself houses (klushuizen). Klushuizen are abandoned dwellings located in deprived neighbourhoods. On the website of the City of Rotterdam is a list of houses that can be bought cheap (or are free). The buyer renovates the house, guided by a professional architect, and will live there for at least 3 years.

  • Regional Green Blue Plan 2005 with revisions
    http://www.stadsregio.info/regionaal-groenblauw-structuurplan?id=1775

Sofia

x




  • The case of Sofia is rather specific as it is a very compact city where most of the land and buildings on it are private property, with almost no municipal land for construction of new buildings. The problem we envisage in the city is related more to the overall quality of environment rather than to unused land plots and buildings. Therefore, the most efficient planning instrument of the Zoning plan are the higher than average parameters of density and intensity for the zones appointed for regeneration and brown field development which aims at making them more attractive for investors. This approach was applied for the biggest problem of the municipality – the former metallurgical plant of Kremikovtzi which was privatized some twenty years ago and is still urban territory of lowest quality.

Stuttgart

x




Regional Plan:

  • 1.4.2.5 (Z) Prior exploitation of utilization possibilities within the existing context: The demand for building areas for housing and business has to be secured. Utilization possibilities in existing buildings should be prioritised, previous to the use of unutilised areas in the outskirts (inner development previous to outer development by conversion and re-densification). The requirement of new area definition is to be reasoned both in qualitative and quantitative manner, considering existing reserves and the potential of inner areas. If extensions of settlement areas are necessary, special attention should be paid to the protection of single natural assets, of cultural and archaeological monuments as well as safeguarding recreation areas close to the settlements.

  • Justification on 2.4.3.1: The expansion of settlement areas that could be observed during the last decades cannot be continued in the long run. The expected population development and the demographic change require a stronger concentration on inner development in the future, especially for residential building areas. However, a higher number of household and persistent housing demand is expected, even when the population number will no longer increase in the long term. In order to secure its economic strength, the region relies on the influx of highly qualified labor force which must be considered in the definition of residential building areas. Similar is applied to the industrial building areas which should be hold available in sufficient areas to secure the location´s attractiveness. The definition of new areas is necessary, if a proved demand remains in individual cases, taking into consideration area reserves and conversion potentials. However, the demand shifts both in manner and amount and develops differently in single subspaces of the region. Basically, the utilization of the existing settlement areas and buildings should be aimed at in all planning processes on settlement expansions. A qualified improvement of the building stock, in single cases also by withdrawal of settlement areas, can contribute to the revaluation of the existing settlement areas and make them more attractive for future utilization, whereby the demand for new building areas can be reduced.

  • 2.4.0.6 (Z) Preference to the utilization of the existing areas: (1) The inner development has clear priority ahead of claiming of areas that have not been used for construction yet. (2) The demand for building areas in all parts of the Stuttgart region must be covered primarily within the existing settlement areas and their available area potentials as well as in areas reserves already defined by the local development plan (“Bauleitplan”). These potentials are to be presented in an accounting of the total building area and should be considered in the appraisal of demand in regard to housing and commercial areas. (3) In particular, for the replacement demand in the framework of restoration and modernization new settlement areas should not be opened up. If applicable, this demand should be covered within the existing settlement areas. Justification: The claiming of areas potentials within the existing settlement areas and the use of planned area reserves must have priority ahead of using remaining open spaces. This approach supports the objective of a sustainable development, soil protection, and the conservation and development of existing open spaces. It is following existing legislation like § 1 Abs. 5 Baugesetzbuch (construction law), § 4 Bodenschutzgesetz (soil protection law), and relevant planning approaches of the development plan of the Bundesland (PS 2.2.3.1 Z, 2.3.1.2 Z, 2.3.1.4 Z und 2.4.2.5 Z, LEP 2002).

  • The consideration of this objective regularly takes place by area accounting. In this analysis existing potentials in the inner area (spaces between buildings and potentials for re-densification) as well as already planned area reserves are identified. If applicable, existing obstacles for activation should be commented on. In regard to existing spaces between buildings an availability of 50% within the planning period applies as benchmark. On that score activated area potentials should be subtracted from the calculated demand for settlement areas. The new definition of settlement areas is only possible, if the reserves within the stock resp. existing area reserves do not cover the amount of demand. The replacement demand resulting from modernisation and demolition should be realized within the area of the removed housing stock. The same applies for business and industrial utilization.

Ludwigsburg

x




Municipal Housing Policy (cf. master plan “attractive living”)



  1. Is there a systematic overview/land register or monitoring in your city that collects information on the abandoned areas, empty lots, and unused buildings?

City or Region (in alphabetical order)

Systematic Overview / Land Register / Monitoring

Related Public Documents




yes

No




Brussels

x




  • 5 March 2009 Ordinance on the management and remediation of contaminated soils: In 2009 Brussels Environment made an inventory of polluted and potentially polluted soils. 17,000 sites were listed in the Brussels region. http://www.ejustice.just.fgov.be/cgi_loi/change_lg.pl?language=fr&la=F&table_name=loi&cn=2009030530

Dublin

x




  • It is an objective of Dublin City Development Plan SCO4 to carry out an audit of vacant and derelict sites in the city, to expedite their redevelopment as part of the reinstatement of the urban form and structure of the city. Dublin City has commenced a comprehensive survey of smaller plots of vacant land within the inner city. The project aims to maximize the potential for sustainable redevelopment of these sites through identification and proactive encouragement of the market. The project will be published in GIS format. This work helped in the selection of a study area as the focus for Dublin City’s current involvement in the INTERREG IVC B-team project which aims to improve policies for brownfield regeneration.
    www.bteaminitiative.eu

  • The Conservation section of the Economic Development Department has commenced a study of levels of vacancy in the south Georgian core of Dublin City.

Ljubljana

x (nat. and loc.)

x (reg.)

  • Not at the regional level – but on municipal levels (LAU 2), and in some cases on the national level (Slovenia) with individual registries of some ministries.


National level and regional level:

  • Urban land brownfields – due to abandoned activities
    http://kazalci.arso.gov.si/?data=indicator&ind_id=508

  • Sustainable upgrading of environmental sites as developing opportunity for Slovenia: inventory of brownfields (GIS)
    http://www.geopedia.si/?params=L9286#T105_L9286_x499072_y112072_s9_b4

  • Registry of illegal waste sites
    http://www.geopedia.si/?params=T1199

London

x




  • The Annual Monitoring Report 2011/12 will start to monitor the quantum of brownfield land and vacant properties. http://www.lbbd.gov.uk/Environment/PlanningPolicy/LocalDevelopmentFramework/Documents/monitoring-report-1011-main.pdf

Nottingham







  • Core Strategy Sustainability Appraisal

http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=36323&p=0

  • The Nottingham Local Plan

http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=536&p=0

  • DATABASE OF REGENERATION SITES – Mick.dunn@nottinghamcity.gov.uk (The document is confidential - can we share with Turas?)

Rotterdam

x




  • With the project 'Rotterdam – people make the inner city' a group of inhabitant of the city works on sufficient densification in pleasant, green surroundings, to improve the quality of life in the inner city and making the city more sustainable. Projects that result in a greener and more dense city are: do-it-yourself houses, green roofs, water squares, collective gardens, a tree per inhabitant, transformation of old factories and silos.
    http://www.rotterdam.nl/Stadsontwikkeling/Document/IABR/Making_City_ENG_web.pdf

Sofia




X



Stuttgart

(x)




  • Partly: For the draft of the Regional Plan 2009 an investigation about the existing legally binding development areas for housing development and industrial development in the local land use plans which have not been developed to that date has been carried out.
    Additionally a digital cadaster of the land use plans of the 179 municipalities is under construction and nearly finished.
    As public authority the VRS also has to check the new or updated land use plans of the municipalities. During this procedure, the municipalities have to list their empty lots.
    Above those there is no further systematic overview or information about abandoned areas, empty lots and unused buildings on regional level.

  • However on local level numerous municipalities have so called “Baulückenkataster” (cadastre on the spaces between buildings) which are accessible for the public. A best practice example is Stuttgart’s program called “NBS - Nachhaltiges Bauflächenmanagement Stuttgart “ (sustainable management of construction areas).
    http://www.irl.ethz.ch/re/education/old_files/education_folder_old/old_files/NR2HHB_inhalte/NREIIHHB_Fallmodul_NBS

  • Examples “Bauflächenkataster”:
    Big City, Stuttgart: http://www.stuttgart.de/item/show/146039
    Small city, Ebersbach: http://www.ebersbach.die-baulückenbörse.de/

Ludwigsburg

x




  • Abandoned sites and gaps between buildings are digitally recorded in municipal (internal) GIS and exist as maps and tables.

  • However, a publication is not yet possible, because the further proceeding is debated in the municipal panels wright now.



  1. Which successful projects (best practice) has your city conducted during the last 10 years in order to reactivate waste land, empty lots, and unused buildings?

City or Region (in alphabetical order)

Best Practices

Related Public Documents




yes

No




Brussels

x




  • Parckdesign 2012

  • Greenfields project

(see above)

Dublin

x




  • Under the Urban Renewal Act 1998, Tax incentives were made available for the redevelopment of brownfield sites in areas covered by integrated area plans (the Liberties, HARP , North East Inner City and Kilmainham Inchicore). The HARP plan was Dublin City’s groundbreaking prototype for integrated planning and has achieved considerable success in regenerating a quadrant of the north inner city.
    http://www.dublincity.ie/YourCouncil/LocalAreaServices/CentralArea/RegenerationProjects/Pages/SmithfieldandHistoricAreaProjectHARP.aspx

  • The regeneration of Ballymun based on a masterplan for social physical and economic http://www.dublincity.ie/YourCouncil/LocalAreaServices/NorthWestArea/ballymunciviccentre/Pages/BallymunRegenerationLimited.aspx

  • Living over the shop initiative

  • The Mountjoy/ Phibsborough Local Area Plan, which was adopted by Dublin City Council in 2008, seeks to address a broad range of planning and development issues impacting on the growth of Phibsborough as part of a compact inner city. The policy proposals contained within the plan are tailored so as to promote the economic, social and physical regeneration of the area.

Ljubljana

x




  • Large shopping area (BTC) + new sites along Šmartinska street in Ljubljana (empty lots and unused buildings). Since 1992 the area has been transformed into a shopping and entertainment center. Recently the international public urban architectural competition for the wider area was held followed by the selection of the project and the establishment of public-private partnership “Partnership Šmartinka” (Municipality of Ljubljana + 12 private companies) for the urban regeneration of the area.
    http://www.kristalna-palaca.com/o-kristalni-palaci/lokacija/partnerstvo-smartinka

http://www.kristalna-palaca.com/o-kristalni-palaci/lokacija/partnerstvo-smartinka

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=36



  • Green points in the city – new parks in Ljubljana
    http://www.ljubljana.si/si/zelena-prestolnica/zelene-tocke/20-trajnostnih-projektov-mol/novi-parki/1/gallery.html

  • Revitalisation of the banks of Ljubljanica river
    http://www.ljubljana.si/si/ljubljana/ljubljana-nosilka-priznanj/78285/detail.html

  • Metelkova city in Ljubljana (alternative use of the old military barracks); former empty lots and unused buildings; an autonomous cultural and social centre in Ljubljana, located on the site of former military barracks, squated and spontaneously partially renovated, management contract is needed before start of renovation.

http://www.dedi.si/dediscina/345-kompleks-metelkova

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/kulturni-kare-na-metelkovi-in-akademije-na-roski.aspx

http://www.metelkovamesto.org/


  • Tobačna Ljubljana (revitalization of the old premises of tobacco factory): former empty lots and unused buildings; partial revitalization of the site (museum, administrative unit, parking, infrastructure), public urban architectural competition, planned new commercial, administrative, residential, service, cultural and educational center.

http://www.dedi.si/dediscina/365-tobacna-tovarna

http://www.imos.si/eng/realestate/tobacna_city

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=63


  • Upgrading of the old electricity factory in Ljubljana “Stara elektrarna” (new theatre / cultural site): unused building; renovation of historical industrial building into cultural centre, public-private partnership: Ministry of Culture, Municipality of Ljubljana (MOL) and Elektro Ljubljana, now managed by a public institute Zavod Bunker (non-profit cultural institution).

http://www.bunker.si/eng/

  • Community district Tabor in Ljubljana: underused public space; revitalization – Municipality of Ljubljana (MOL) in partnership with Association ProstoRož and Cultural Quarter Tabor (local community)

http://www.kct.si/projekti/revitalizacija-parka-tabor

http://ipop.si/en/

http://ipop.si/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Revitalizacija-parka-Tabor_e-book.pdf


  • Golf Trnovo (implemented): former waste collection land; golf course as reclamation of municipal landfill Ljubljansko Barje

  • Plečnik's passageway / Plečnikov podhod (implemented): underused public space; physical renovation and placement of new programme and content (social renovation)

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/plecnikov-podhod.aspx

  • Šmartinski Park (implemented 1st and 2nd phase): unregulated allotment gardens; gradual rearrangement of allotments into park area.

  • Sports Centre Stožice / Športni center Stožice – partially implemented: former waste land, empty lot; reactivation of former gravel pit as sports (and shopping) centre, public-private partnership, current problems with private investors for a business/shopping part of the project

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/center-stozice.aspx

http://www.sport-ljubljana.si/center-stozice/



  • Ljubljanica river waterfront (partially implemented): underused public space; ongoing complete renovation and revitalization

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/ozivitev-nabrezij-ljubljanice-breg.aspx

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/ozivitev-nabrezij-ljubljanice-grudnovo-nabrezje.aspx

http://www.publicspace.org/en/prize/2012

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/krakovski-nasip.aspx

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/ozivitev-nabrezij-ljubljanice-mesarski-most.aspx

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/ozivitev-nabrezij-ljubljanice-sirse-obmocje-spice.aspx

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/ozivitev-nabrezij-ljubljanice-trnovski-pristan.aspx


London

x




  • The redevelopment of Barking Town Centre (which is on-going) has been a key achievement for the authority. While the land was not empty and had to be assembled, the ten year programme has resulted in a prize-winning redevelopment in the town centre.

  • Dagenham Dock (the second study area in London) has been completely regenerated with massive investment from ERDF (FEDER) funds, central and regional government as well as contributions from the private sector as a result of planning gain, enabled the complete renewal of the infrastructure and opened the way for massive private sector investment. Land acquisition by firstly regional government and later by a special purpose quasi-public vehicle enabled the vision for the London Sustainable Industries’ Park to begin to be realized.
    http://www.lbbd.gov.uk/Regeneration/Dagenham/Pages/DagenhamDock.asp

Nottingham

x




  • Nottingham Contemporary, partly built on a discussed railway viaduct and completed in 2008

http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/our-building

  • Nottingham Science Park

http://www.NottinghamSciencePark.co.uk/Home/30

  • Green Street Housing

http://www.ourgreenstreet.co.uk/

  • Marsh House

http://www.marsh-grochowski.com/

  • NG2 Business Park

http://www.ng2.co.uk/index.php?id=121

http://www.antenna.uk.com/

  • Jubilee Campus

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/about/campuses/jubileecampus.aspx

  • The Big Track Pedestrian and Cycle Route

http://www.mynottingham.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=39233&p=0

http://www.thebigwheel.org.uk/bigtrack/PDF/BigTrackDload.pdf



  • River Leen Access and Biodiversity

http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=

Rotterdam

x




  • Do-It-Yourself houses
    http://www.rotterdam.nl/rotterdamseklushuizen

  • Rotterdam people make the city
    http://www.rotterdam.nl/Stadsontwikkeling/Document/IABR/Making_City_ENG_web.pdf

  • Van Nelle designfactory: This important example of Modern Movement architecture from the late 1920s was restored and adapted, providing office space for the creative and design industries.
    http://www.europanostra.org/past-events/246/

  • HAKA building
    http://designdodo.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/haka-building-recycle-office-by-doepel-strijkers-architects/

Sofia

x




  • In 2008 Sofia authorities and the Ministry of regional development announced an international contest which was aiming to give the best spatial solution of a large new public centre in Sofia. The site for it is located 6 km to the east of the core city centre, very well connected to it by one of the major boulevards. The plot is still used by the Ministry of defense and is to be conversed. This new centre was to provide place for 20 – 25 thousand jobs. World famous architects took part in the contest - Sir Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid, Massimiliano Fuksas, Bulgarian teams. The team headed by Dominique Perrault won the first prize. The investor’s interest shown for this project was very strong but the world crisis affected its implementation and it is postponed.

Stuttgart

X




http://www.region-stuttgart.org/presse/artikel/aktuell/innenentwicklung-sollflaechenverbrauch-reduzieren/

The program consists of several steps:

1.) A regional conference for all municipalities in the region, held in 2011

Invitation Flyer:

http://www.regionstuttgart.org/vrsuploads/Innenentwicklung_20111024_1.pdf

Download presentations:

http://www.region-stuttgart.org/aufgaben-undprojekte/regionalplanung/veranstaltungen/

2.) A Workshop with emphasis on housing areas for interested municipalities, held in 2012

Workshop Program: Inner development - challenge and chance; examples of good practice; working groups; presentation and discussion of examples from practice (Gemeinde Dettingen unter Teck, Stadt Wendlingen am Neckar, Gemeinde Rechberghausen, Stadt Ostfildern, preventive action in areas of family homes, strategic modules for a successful inner development); short reports and conclusions from the working groups

3.) The development for an internet-based guideline for inner development (in process)

4.) A workshop with emphasis on the future development of existing commercial/industrial areas for interested municipalities (planned in 2013)


  • Regional program for industrial areas and brownfields

“Programm zur Förderung bedeutsamer Industrie- und Logistikgebiete, interkommunaler Gewerbegebiete und der Wiedernutzung von Gewerbebrachen“,

http://www.regionstuttgart.org/fileadmin/regionstuttgart/03_Aufgaben_und_Projekte/03_07_Wirtschaftsfoerderung/Foerderprogramm_IundG_260907-1.pdf



  • Information platform: Datenbank für Gewerbeimmobilien bzw. Gewerbeimmobilienbörse im Standortkommunikationssystem

www.sks.region-stuttgart.de

http://www.immo.region-stuttgart.de/sks_wrs/index.xhtml



  • Several research and demonstration projects concerning inner development for example:

“MOROResim” – “Innovative Projekte zur Regionalentwicklung – Nachhaltiges Regionales Siedlungsflächenmanagement” (2003-2006)

http://www.bbsr.bund.de/nn_484888/BBSR/DE/FP/MORO/Forschungsfelder/InnovativeProjekteRegionalentwicklung/Modellvorhaben/NachhaltigeSiedlungsentwicklung/NachhaltigesRegionalesSiedlungsflaechenmanagement/NachhaltigesRegionalesSiedlungsflaechenmanagement.html?__nnn=true



  • Planspiele im Rahmen des Programms “Fläche im Kreis”

http://www.difu.de/publikationen/flaeche-im-kreis.html

http://www.bbsr.bund.de/nn_23550/BBSR/DE/Veroeffentlichungen/BMVBS/ExWoSt/24__29/ExWoSt__25__2,templateId=raw,property=publicationFile.pdf/ExWoSt_25_2.pdf Seite 11-13



  • Schriftenreihe des VRS „Neubaugebiete und demografische Entwicklung – Ermittlung der fiskalisch besten Baulandstrategie für die Kommunen in der Region Stuttgart“

http://www.regionstuttgart.org/fileadmin/regionstuttgart/04_Informationen_und_Download/04_01_Veroeffentlichungen/04_04_03_Schriftenreihe/schriftenreihe_25_Neubaugebiete.pdf

Ludwigsburg







a number of barrack conversions (see homepage)



  1. Has your city developed any specific approaches to foster the sector of arts and creativity? Is this used as a strategy to reuse waste land, empty lots, and unused buildings?

City or Region (in alphabetical order)

Approaches for Arts and Creativity

Related Public Documents




yes

No




Brussels

x




  • Parckdesign 2012

Dublin

x




  • Dublin City Council Culture Strategy 2010-2017
    http://www.dublincity.ie/RecreationandCulture/ArtsOffice/Documents/Culture%20Strategy%202010%202017.pdf

  • Vacant Spaces Initiative 2012

http://www.dublincity.ie/RecreationandCulture/ArtsOffice/Vacantspaces/Pages/VacantSpacesInitiative.aspx

Ljubljana

x




  • Community district Tabor in Ljubljana

http://ipop.si/en/

http://ipop.si/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Revitalizacija-parka-Tabor_e-book.pdf



  • Metelkova city in Ljubljana

http://www.metelkovamesto.org/

  • Cinema Šiška in Ljubljana: unused buildings; complete renovation with the help of European funds, now a new art, creativity and co-working centre managed by a public institute CUK Kino Šiška

http://www.kinosiska.si/en/

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/center-urbane-kulture-kino-siska.aspx

http://www.kinosiska.si/en/


  • Urban roof in Šiška district in Ljubljana (upgrading of the buildings and sites for sport activities)

  • Family centre Mala ulica (Small street - in the old city of Ljubljana)

http://www.ljubljana.si/si/zivljenje-v-ljubljani/v-srediscu/80796/detail.html

  • Administrative unit Šiška / Upravna enota Šiška (implemented): unused buildings; owner MOL (former tenant Ministry of Justice and Public Administration) rents space to artists and creative industries for non-profit price.

  • Rog Factory / Tovarna Rog (in progress): unused buildings; initiative for temporary use of the factory in order to implement non-profit artistic, creative and social activities, public urban architectural competition, planned partial restoration and construction of the Centre of Contemporary Arts

http://ljubljanski.projekti.si/obnova-roga.aspx

http://www.zaps.si/index.php?m_id=natecaji_izvedeni&nat_id=32

http://www.dedi.si/dediscina/366-tovarna-koles-rog

http://tovarna.org/



London







  • No answer.

Nottingham







  • Nottingham City Cultural Strategy
    http://tinyurl.com/bmv32ek

  • Nottingham Contemporary built on waste land, completed in 2008, attracted over 200,000 visitors in its first year,
    http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/our-building

  • Antenna & Nottingham Growth Plan
    http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/static/nottinghamgrowthplan/index.htm

  • Nottingham City Deal + Creative Quarter http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/static/nottinghamgrowthplan/files/120719%20Nottingham%20City%20Deal%20_final_.pdf

Rotterdam

x




  • Van Nelle Designfactory
    http://www.europanostra.org/past-events/246/

  • RDM Campus
    http://www.rdmcampus.nl/english#RDM

  • Maassilo, Creative Factory
    www.creativefactory.nl/english-info


  • HAKA building
    http://designdodo.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/haka-building-recycle-office-by-doepel-strijkers-architects/


Sofia




X



Stuttgart







  • No answer.

Ludwigsburg

x




There are a number of examples as the film academy Baden-Württemberg, Academy for Performing Arts, Film and Media Centre, Art Centre “Karlskaserne”.




  1. Among these projects, were there any that have evolved from cooperation with representatives of the community, i.e. with groups that – due to neighbourhood and common interests - want to promote social, physical and/or economic improvements at a certain location?

City or Region (in alphabetical order)

Community Involvement

Related Public Documents




yes

No




Brussels







No answer

Dublin

x




  • Dublin City Council is committed to full citizen engagement in all its plans and projects. Successful smaller scale projects include a sustainable housing scheme in Dublin City Centre. The redevelopment of York Street, off St Stephen’s Green, includes 66 new Council apartments arranged in five blocks. Their low-energy design addresses the issues of sustainability in building design. The development is constructed to achieve a high level of thermal efficiency with highly insulated building fabric and optimizing passive solar gains through south facing glazed balconies. It also has an energy-efficient communal heating system, high levels of insulation and sedum green roofs. Rainwater from the roofs is collected and stored to irrigate the garden and allotments, and to use for car washing. Emphasis has been placed on communal facilities, such as community meeting rooms, a shared garden, a children’s play area, and recycling facilities including a communal waste composter.

Ljubljana

x




  • Community district Tabor in Ljubljana: district revitalization; MOL in partnership with local community and groups, participation is not institutionalized, financing indirectly through MOL (tourism, culture), district community budget and European funds, Stara Elektrarna and Park Tabor as a core of a comprehensive renewal of the Tabor district

http://www.kct.si/

http://prostoroz.org/slo/index.php?/tabor/eclectis/

http://ipop.si/en/

http://ipop.si/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Revitalizacija-parka-Tabor_e-book.pdf



  • Creative urban regeneration

http://ipop.si/2013/01/07/nova-knjiga-o-kreativni-urbani-regeneraciji/

  • Creative Cities (Ljubljana urban region)

http://www.rralur.si/aktualni-projekti/kreativna-mesta/ponovljeni-natecaj-za-celostno-podobo-rra-lur-in-rcke/

  • District Lower Šiška / Četrt spodnja Šiška: district revitalization; cooperation at the international, regional, city and local level (RDA LUR – program Creative Cities, MOL, Sustainable District Lower Šiška, IPoP, Pazi!park), Cinema Šiška as the core of a comprehensive renewal of the district

http://www.spodnjasiska.si/

http://ipop.si/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Celov%C5%A1ka-kaj-bo-s-tabo_e-book.pdf



http://ipop.si/2013/01/07/nova-knjiga-o-kreativni-urbani-regeneraciji/




London

x




  • This is the work of the Skills Jobs and Enterprise Board which evolved as a result of a successful application to a national regeneration fund. The application was developed by a partnership of public, private and third sector actors. Please see the reference to the board papers in table (questionnaire).

Nottingham

x




  • Statement of Community Involvement
    http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=703

Rotterdam

x




  • Rotterdam people make the city
    http://www.rotterdam.nl/Stadsontwikkeling/Document/IABR/Making_City_ENG_web.pdf


  • Pilot for energy saving public private partnership Music
    www.themusicproject.eu/partners/rotterdam


Sofia




x



Stuttgart

(x)




  • Not on the regional level but on the local level: Example Burgholzhof-Stuttgart – without participation of VRS
    http://www.stuttgart.de/img/mdb/publ/16628/38933.pdf

Ludwigsburg

x




  • Basic principle in the urban development concept.

www.ludwigsburg.de



  1. In terms of the revaluation of waste land, empty lots, and unused buildings, which notably successful approaches and procedures have been employed during the last 10 years in your city in order to get the citizens and community involved? Do any case studies or evaluations exist on this topic?

City or Region (in alphabetical order)

Approaches and Procedures for Revaluation and Community Involvement

Related Public Documents




yes

No




Brussels

x




  • Sustainable Neighbourhood contracts (see above)

Dublin

x




Citizen and community involvement in reuse of waste land, empty lots unused buildings - Case Studies:

  • Living over the Shop Scheme – introduced early 2000s providing tax incentives to promote the refurbishment/conversion of vacant or under-utilised space over retail premises for residential accommodation. Dublin City Council restored 2 properties as a showcase example.

  • Dublin City Council has recognised that in the current challenging economic climate, there is merit and benefit in securing appropriate temporary uses as interim solutions to vacant lands or buildings.

  • Community Gardens project

  • Temporary Uses initiative

Ljubljana

x




YES - but most of them are internal and not publicly available, even though there are a lot civil initiatives in Ljubljana (i.e. against larger development and property-led investment projects in the city) – or community-led small scale projects in different city districts in Ljubljana.

  • District Lower Šiška / Četrt spodnja Šiška: local community, groups and citizens participating and steering future district development

http://ipop.si/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Celov%C5%A1ka-kaj-bo-s-tabo_e-book.pdf

  • Park Tabor: local community, groups and citizens-led renovation, management and use of an underused park

http://ipop.si/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Revitalizacija-parka-Tabor_e-book.pdf

  • Beyond the construction site “ / Onkraj gradbišča: temporary community intervention, bottom-up approach for reuse of degraded area (unused construction site) as urban gardens

http://www.ljubljana.si/si/zelena-prestolnica/bodi-aktiven/81128/detail.html

http://onkrajgradbisca.wordpress.com/



London

x




  • The Local Development Framework was subject to extensive public consultation which allowed residents and businesses to comment on the proposed contents, including land uses http://www.lbbd.gov.uk/Environment/PlanningPolicy/LocalDevelopmentFramework/Documents/sci-adoption-version-june07.pdf

Nottingham

x




  • Nottingham City Consultation Hub
    http://www.nottinghaminsight.org.uk/insight/consultation/default.aspx

Rotterdam

x




  • Do-It-Yourself houses
    http://www.rotterdam.nl/rotterdamseklushuizen

  • Rotterdam people make the city
    http://www.rotterdam.nl/Stadsontwikkeling/Document/IABR/Making_City_ENG_web.pdf


Sofia




x



Stuttgart

(x)




  • There is no involvement/participation of citizens and civil society on the level of regional planning besides the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SUP) for the regional plan. But the VRS held several roadshows during the elaboration of the regional plan to inform the public. But on the local level several good examples in the Stuttgart Region exist.

  • Example Scharnhauser Park – Ostfildern (older than 10 years)
    http://www.weeberpartner.de/files/520_Ostfildern_ScharnhauserPark_Plakate.pdf

http://www.wilih-abc.de/STEP.html

Ludwigsburg

x




  • e.g. processing of the barrack conversion “Hartenecker Höhe” (own homepage)


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