20/20 visions : collaborative planning and placemaking [electronic resource] / Charles Campion.

By: Campion, Charles [author.]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: London : RIBA Publishing, [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 144 pages ): illustrations (some colourContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780429345791; 0429345798; 9781000698800; 1000698807; 9781000698442; 1000698440; 9781000699166; 1000699161Subject(s): City planning -- Case studies | City planning | ARCHITECTURE / General | ARCHITECTURE / Professional PracticeDDC classification: 307.1/216 LOC classification: HT166 | .C253 2018Online resources: Taylor & Francis Click here to view. | OCLC metadata license agreement Summary: 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 more0sustainable 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, 0implementation and follow up of the participative design process to illustrate its effectiveness in engaging all stakeholders/communities and tackling difficult regeneration issues.
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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 more0sustainable 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, 0implementation and follow up of the participative design process to illustrate its effectiveness in engaging all stakeholders/communities and tackling difficult regeneration issues.

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