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20/20 Visions

1st Edition

Edited by Charles Campion

RIBA Publishing

144 pages

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Paperback: 9781859467367
pub: 2018-05-24
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Description

Community involvement in planning and placemaking through early, inclusive participatory methods can build consensus, speed up planning and add social, economic and environmental value to projects, leading to healthier, happier and more sustainable places. 20/20 Visions is an inspiring and visually stimulating introduction to the practice of participatory planning. 20 worldwide case studies, spanning 1960's projects in USA to present day UK, explore the context, implementation and follow up of the participative design process to illustrate its effectiveness in engaging all stakeholders/communities and tackling difficult regeneration issues.

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. The History of Collaborative Planning

2. Collaborative Planning – Why is it Needed?

3. Collaborative Planning – What is it?

4. 20/20 Case Studies

4.1 - Belfast, Northern Ireland

4.2 - Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

4.3 - Perth, Australia

4.4 - Caterham, Surrey, England

4.5 - Nashville, Tennessee, USA

4.6 - Scarborough, Yorkshire

4.7 - Vancouver, Canada

4.8 – Reykjavik, Iceland

4.9 – Liverpool, England

4.10 – Kew Bridge, Brentford, England

4.11 – Lubeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

4.12 – Blaenau Ffestiniog, Snowdonia, Wales

4.13 – Dublin, Ireland

4.14 – Abu Dhabi, UAE

4.15 – Tampere, Finland

4.16 – Wick and Thurso, Scotland

4.17 – Dumfries, Scotland

4.18 – Caddington, Bedfordshire, England

4.19 – Dunedin, New Zealand

4-20 – Barnes, London, England

5. Lessons from the Case Studies

6. The Way Forward for Collaborative Planning

About the Editor

Charles Campion is JTP's Partner-in-Charge of participatory co-design processes with communities and stakeholders from all backgrounds and sectors. For over 20 years he has led and participated in numerous Charrette processes in the UK and worldwide. These have been for residential-led development of various scales, heritage-led regeneration, urban renaissance and environmental projects. In 2015 JTP won the BDonline Architect of the Year Award for Masterplanning and Public Realm in recognition of a Collaborative Placemaking work across a diverse range of projects.

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ARCHITECTURE / General
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ARCHITECTURE / Professional Practice