As a final activity within the CASUAL project we are together with our partners OIR and TuDelft organising two sessions at the CORP 2016 conference in Hamburg, 22-24 June. At the conference we will also launch the CASUAL synthesis report and our four policy briefs.
Planning Attractive and Sustainable Urban Areas: Public Transport, Travel Behaviour and Lifestyles
In this session, we would problematise the link between sustainable urban planning, the provision of infrastructures and other sorts of built environment. Empirically, the preferences and mobility behaviour of individuals has been analysed, esp. by a long-term case study of the Netherlands TOD (transport-oriented development). Finally, the related urban discourses, paradigmatic changes in the planning sphere and the role of knowledge supporting this discourse, will be discussed.
Kees MAAT, Bert VAN WEE, Dena KASRAIAN
Dorina POJANI, Dominic STEAD
Moa TUNSTRÖM, Lukas SMAS, Liisa PERJO, Peter SCHMITT
Urban Labs – Appropriate Approach for Smart City Development?
This session will discuss the concept of “urban living labs” and other temporary, soft modes of urban governance. It will question the scope for experimentation and co-creation in urban planning as well as discuss the applicability of new methods (e.g. cultural probing) for planning and citizen participation. One key issue would be the extent to which such new forms of inclusive soft urban governance can unfold agency and if they are absorbed by or even integrated into other forms of urban planning and governance.
Peter SCHMITT, Lukas SMAS, Liisa PERJO, Moa TUNSTRÖM
Lukas SMAS, Liisa PERJO, Peter SCHMITT, Moa TUNSTRÖM
Joanne TORDY, Max KINTISCH, Christof SCHREMMER