Participation Roadmap

INBO presents its Participation Roadmap

As architects, urban planners and consultants, we see that a careful participation process is the fundamental basis for a good neighbourhood: it improves plans and users with local knowledge are quicker to adopt them.

The knife cuts both ways. Participation improves circulation in the housing market and strengthens the supply of amenities and public spaces. Participation creates support for planning and speeds up the building process. Residents feel a greater sense of ownership when they are properly involved in the creation of their homes or their living environment. ‘Through good participation, plans improve and are embraced by local users,’ says Randy Bloeme, urban development consultant and environmental psychologist at INBO.

The publication is in Dutch.



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