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Polycentric Planning Models for Local Development in Territo
Transcript of Polycentric Planning Models for Local Development in Territo
& expected results
IMPOVERISHMENT, MARGINALIZATION AND UNBALANCED DEVELOPMENT POSSIBLY CAUSED TO PERIPHERAL ALPINE AREAS WHEN AFFECTED BY THE PRESENCE OF MAJOR TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
INCREASING LOCAL COMMUNITIES PARTICIPATION INTO THE DECISION MAKING PROCESSES (LOCAL EMPOWERMENT)
PROVIDING LOCAL ADMINISTRATOR WITH EASY-TO-MANAGE TOOLS ABLE TO SUPPORT THEIR CHOCES AT TERRITORIAL LEVEL
IMPROVING ALPINE AREAS COMPETITIVENESS THROUGH TUTORING FOR LOCAL SMEs AND INFRASTRUCTURAL SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT, ALSO TO ATTRACT INVESTORS
TRANSFER TO POLICY MAKERS OF TOOLS, METHODS AND BEST PRACTICES IN ORDER TO DEVELOP A TRANSNATIONAL APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF MAJOR TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE IN ALPINE AREAS
The knowledge base:
Context, Scenarios, Visions
Polycentric Development Toolkit
The local implementation:
Facts & figures
TOTAL: 1.996.161,00 €
1.517.076,00 € is co-financed by the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund)
479.085,00 € is covered by national co-funding, brought in by each project participant
POLY5 project was awarded under the 3rd call for proposal launched by the Alpine Space Programme 2007-2013
Thank you for your attention!
Project Manager POLY5 project
Next transnational events:
Turin: 26 June 2014
POLY5 assesses project results
Vienna: 23 September 2014
POLY5 final conference
Avoid extreme scenarios and discuss alternatives to avoid impasses:
If a territorial system is challenged by a big external intervention, the public debate often focuses on the two extreme scenarios where expectations and fears are bigger. In order to integrate a MTI in a territory, the first thing to do is to develop alternative (unexpected) scenarios and offer a solution to the impasse.
Spatial Strategy approach
Propose spatial strategies to stimulate practical discourse:
Once wishes and images of possible future have emerged, proposing spatial strategies allows footing them into the spatial context. Going back to the specificities of the very area, needed territorial interventions can be planned
Create visions to stimulate imagination and debate:
Once alternative scenarios are on the table, the second step is to stimulate the political, public and professional discourse. Poly 5 explored the potentials of visioneering, an innovative planning instrument combining envisioning and engineering, which operates by designing comprehensive and inspiring pictures of regions and proposing them for public debate.
Cognitive knowledge base
Territorial Knowledge Sharing System is a web platform developed within Work Package 4 which aim was and is the elaboration of an integrated model for Major Transport Infrastructure planning and implementation in the alpine areas.
To achieve this objective a “semantic wiki” has been adopted as base technology. Semantic wiki combines benefits from two main waves in current Web technologies: social networks and semantic Web. The former enables involved stakeholders to share contents in a collaborative, bottom-up approach. The latter provides the ability to capture, organise, evaluate and infer knowledge about the information brought by the pages, as well as the relationships between pages, in ways that can be effectively browsed and queried
Promote development opportunities in a balanced and polycentric perspective for alpine areas affected by the presence of a Major Transport Infrastructure.
Definition of tools and methodologies to improve the quality of planning, designing and managing Major Transport Infrastructure in alpine areas
Transferability of tools and methodologies in compliance with local, national and European policies.
Priority 2 – Accessibility and Connectivity
Can a Major Transport Infrastructure become a local development opportunity for alpine areas?
The project step by step:
Develop a shared knowledge base
Develop tools to address identified problems
Local implementation and tools testing
Transfer of project results into a transnational and European framework
Get informed on our results
Checking territorial opportunities through
Local actions to asses polycentric development opportunities in territories affected by the presence of Major Transport Infrastructures
MTI as opportunities for the development of territories: POLY5 Project
Venice, 13th May 2014