Hot Off the Press: a New Book of Ideas. How Can You Transform Private Space in the Fringe of Your City?
In need for inspiration and insights in what happens in our European cities on the ground? Then you are in for a treat. The Transnational Meetings of the sub>urban network not only focusses on studying a specific challenge in the fringe areas of our cities, but also tackles the question how you can make a change as an urban planner. Our recap of the TM is not just another report, but a peek through the door of what really is important: the energy and atmosphere of the people at the meeting, the discussions during the walks, the exploration of the sites and talking with the citizens. Let us know what you think of this newest edition of the Book of Ideas. Enjoy reading!
This issue is set in Casoria – a municipality of Naples – and talks about how Urban Planners can transform private space in the fringe area. What can you expect?
- New insights and interviews on transforming Private Space,
- How Casoria experiments with the topic on the ground,
- Inspirational methodologies to engage with stakeholders: stop talking – start acting,
- A handy toolkit that you can use as well as an urban planner.
Click here to read the Book of Ideas on Private Space.
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