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Cópia de New ComPass

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9 SEEDS
THEORY OF CHANGE
BLOG
ABOUT

CONTACT US
ComPass
Urban Activation Road Map
WELCOME
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
Who has this problem?
Why do they have this problem?
Where is this problem?
When does this problem affect us?
What's the issue?
9 SEEDS
The 9 seeds show the process steps of the projects.
Your project doesn't need to follow these steps in order, you can identify in which phase is your project at, and then understand which seed will help you to proceed. Each seed provides knowledge to help you achieve your goals.

The idea is to fill the template with information about ...
Each seed works comes with accompanying case study examples:
TEMPLATES OF ENQUIRY
PROJECT IDEA
PROJECT
IDEA
FORMING
A CORE
TEAM
WAYS TO
ORGANIZE
A TEAM
SUPPORTS
building
THE
PROPOSAL
building a
CRITICAL
MASS OF
SUPPORT
PROJECT
GO AHEAD
AGREED
AFTER
BUILD
LOCATION
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insert information about the example
SkateD8 Tivoli jam 2011 from SkateD8 Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/skated8
What's needed?
And...
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
Who needs this?
When do they need it?
Where do they need it?
Why do they need it?
What's needed?
What's the issue?
The process of community led place-projects draws out tactic knowledge of needs and or aspirations within a locality.

If you are trying to solve an issue/problem, can you back up that this is really a problem? the question template help you to lay it out.
And the resources help you to find out if you have additional knowledge resources.
Please Add Here:
What's needed?
And...
Fill the gaps in the right with the information about your issue:
Add image
Need an example?
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
Need an example?
Have you found a need you want to solve?
Idea & Objectives
Add image
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
Feasibility Study by Carson & Crushell, Unthink and the community, funded by Create
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
So, what's the big idea?
What are the objectives?
Who will they affect?
(Positively and Negatively)
Is your idea unique? Are there precedents to the idea?
Need an example?
Send
Add image
Idea & Objectives
Back
Idea & Objectives
Nice Time or Make A Change?

Can you build in Quick wins / Pilots? (Siobhan Maher)

Are your ideas, objectives / achievable?

Vision Drives Process

Home
Example
Nice Time or Make A Change?

Can you build in Quick wins / Pilots? (Siobhan Maher)

Are your ideas, objectives / achievable?

Vision Drives Process

Defining and clarifying the Idea
TIPS
TIPS
Core team
Putting the word out
FORMING A CORE TEAM
Who cares
enough
Case Example


Mountjoy Square Society is committed to making Mountjoy Square a better place for those who work, live and visit the area. The Society began when a group of residents campaigned to rid the square of illegally parked buses in 2008 and through persistence succeeded. The core group then formalized in 2010 and became a not for profit limited company, collaborating with their local authority to gain an ACA (architectural conservation area) for the square as a management tool. The society continues to collaborate with their local authority proceeding with plans to restore and improve the park. The society are committed to engaging as many people as possible and use the innovative Mobile Print Project to engage young school children in their historical heritage through drawing, printing artefacts from the square such as the Georgian Doors, Lampposts etc. This work is then made into booklets and cards.


Activating place in the city takes a lot of time, passion and energy, may take years.
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
Becoming
a champion
Sandy Hazel of Cork Street Park Campaign is not a skater. However she spent years championing the cause of skaters (2006 –to date). Proactively setting up meetings with key local authority personal and going door to door to try let everyone know about the skaters need for a place to skate in D8.


People that care, believe in and will act on a need to solve a problem or believe in and will act to implement a project idea.
Case Example

The Bridgefoot Park Community Campaign had meetings in the Mendicity Institution. People gave their time and ideas for how to be inclusive and spread the word. They went door to door to engage the wider community.




• Peoples time + willingness to develop and idea.
• A place to meet.

Case Example


Cork Street Park Campaign, SkateD8 attended events run by others like the Tivoli Jam to engage people who were interested in outdoor activities.


• Where you join in an event or meeting to highlight your issue.
Case Example


Irish Architectural Foundation in the 'People First Process' employed in the Ballyfermot Play Park Project.... about 50 -100 words would be great.


Basic principles, culture and values of integrity, accountability, transparency and respect.
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
Case Example


In Bridgefoot Park Community Campaign councillor McViegh took notes which included actions to be taken and then distrubeted the notes to everyone so it was transparent who was doing what and provided a momentum of action between meetings.

• To ensure there is clear communication, minutes or memos of meetings should be taken and distributed to all attendees. This ensures that what was said at the meetings and the actions resulting from it are clear to everyone.
What's the issue?
What's needed?
Idea & Objectives
PROJECT IDEA
What's needed?
And...
Case Example


Cork Street Park Campaign have left a legacy of what is possible when a community work together with their local councillor and build support over time, they were able to demonstrate the need for more quality green space in the Liberties area and able to get changes to the land zoning of the Cork Street Site along with support in the form of a budget and expertise from the council to build a park there.



What meaningful impact can your project leave, for others even after its finished?

CASE STUDIES
CASE STUDY TIMELINE
THEORY OF CHANGE
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ABOUT

ComPass
The ComPass vision is to become a fluid and living, organised knowledge resource for citizens who wish to activate place projects in urban areas. Providing a beta knowledge resource and asking communities to test, feedback and build the ComPass is our intermediate vision.

ComPass is a road map that provides people with a method to create projects in the city.



As we listened to the stories of how people in the cities had already made projects, solved issues in the city or difficulties they faced, we realised we could collect their stories and shape a road map, a how to, for other people interested in creating projects of their own. We heard from Cork Street Campaign, Mountjoy Square Society, Granby Park, Bridgefoot Park Community Campaign, Clontarf Residents Association, MABROS, Ballyfermot Play Park (IAF), Art Tunnel, St. Mary’s Abbey, Pallet Pavillion and Creekmouth Heritage Project.



The 9 Seeds
It depends on where you are in your project. There are 9 seeds that hold different tools and knowledge that you’ll need at different phases of your project. For example, if you are looking for a location in your project, click on the ‘Location’ seed and you’ll find useful templates, links to resources and clues to assist you. There are also examples of what other communities did.
Or if you want to build support for your project, click on the Build Support seed and you’ll find a wealth of information on how other people did it. If you are at the beginning – at the idea stage, click on the Project Idea seed and you’ll find lots of questions that help to focus and frame your idea. Focusing and framing your idea helps you to pitch your idea clearly so that other people can understand it.



We’ve included so you can follow how people did projects through time. For example, in 2006 Cork Street Park was an idea to find a place to skate in Dublin 8, in 2012 they created a campaign, building support for their project until 2015 when the site was designated as a park by Dublin City Council and in 2016 building has begun. Within the timelines are the nitty gritty parts of how the group moved from one stage to the next. The timelines show details of the process that are lengthy and untidy.



Theory of Change is a useful way to look at the strategy of what you have to do so you don’t waste time doing what you don’t have to do. It helps you become aware of the assumptions you are making that may or may not help the actions you take. For example in Cork Street Park campaign, they found support was necessary to move forward and there were many different types of support required, from local diverse community to political support and decision makers in the council. It helps you see how the small actions you do feed into the bigger picture, for example Cork Street Campaign widened their agenda from a skate park to a neighbourhood park with skate opportunities. This lead to the bigger picture of social inclusion and improving social capital in the neighbourhood.
http://www.nesta.org.uk/resources/theory-change
Compass: What is it?
Compass vision
About theory of change
CASE STUDY TIMELINE
URBAN PLACE ACTIVATIONS
Urban ComPass helps communities who want to activate place projects in the city; we have 9 seeds processes:
Why we think it’s useful
How to use ComPass
Theory of Change
Timeline
THEORY OF CHANGE
ComPass
What’s Stopping the project from happening at the moment?
Where a community identifies a need and feel strongly enough to willingly engage in fund raising activity. Can community fund towards building a public place?
We have identified:
Long Term. Generally on public land. Parks or interventions within parks, which are intended as long term. Such as Cork Street Park (Weaver Square).
Long Term. Co-management of existing place with intention to improve it collaboratively.
Such as Mountjoy Square.
Short Term. Lease holding agreements with local authorities which temporally re-use land. Such as some community gardens, e.g. Robert Emmet CDP Community Gardens.
Short Term. On privately owned land. Lease holding agreements with a private landlord.
Such as the Art Tunnel.
Short Term. Placemaking activities in public realm. Placemaking through events.
Such as Granby Park.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
How will we

organize ourselves
LOCATION
Finding a location
Finding out about this
space...
SUPPORTS
BUILDING THE PROPOSAL
BUILDING A CRITICAL MASS OF SUPPORT
PROJECT GO AHEAD AGREED
AFTER BUILD
Local area office team
Political support
Partnership
Building the proposal
Testing
Phasing
Building a critical
Engaging
Running Events
Project go ahead
After build
mass of support
by land owner
CASE STUDY TIMELINE
Cork Street Park Campaign
Bridgefoot Park
community campaign
Mountjoy Square Society
Ballyfermot Play Park -
People First Process (IAF)
Example
Example
Example
Cork Street Park Campaign
Simplified explanation about what is the core team and what it represents to the project.
Core team
explaining what is core team, and what to do here
Comments
Other ways of thinking?
Crowd sourcing, contemporary culture.
“Teamwork is the horizontal bar that goes through everything” Dan Hayden UCD innovation academy

TIPS
So You Want To Hire An Artist
7 Dynamics of Successful Groups
Commitment is the Roadmap

Core team
Putting the word out
FORMING A CORE TEAM
ComPass
Simplified explanation about what is the putting the word out and what it represents to the project.
explaining what is and what to do here
Putting the word out
Leaflet drop, Conversation, Networks, Posters, Social Media, Academic Papers, Public Notices, Radio, Newspapers, Events.
WAYS TO ORGANIZE A TEAM

How Will We Organize Ourselves, Informal or Formal Pathways?
Core team
Comments
Why Formalize?
Groups are about Human Relationships.

TIPS
explaining what is core team, and what to do here
How will we

organize ourselves
Collective
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about finding location
Comments
Valuing Novel Ecosystems.

TIPS
Finding a location
The Draft is a public document as It went to the Planning SPC and the Economic Dev SPC. It is not final or published but can be used for reference. This is different from what is needed for 2017 for Vacant Land Levy. A huge amount of work is needed re legal search owners, notify them of intent to list, inspect properties, confirm listing, and allow for submission/ appeals process etc. (Siobhan Maher)
explaining about finding location
Comments
Valuing Novel Ecosystems.

TIPS
Finding a location
NAMA, Local Authority, Private Owner, Unknown owner.
Don’t go to NAMA – go to receiver –Pamela Connelly. (LAST ONE)

Within your local authority. (JV?) PLANNING RECO
LOCATION
Finding a location
Finding out about this
space...
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about finding about this space
Finding out about this
space...
E.g. access to water or electricity?
IAF example community group
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about local area office team
Comments
Networks
Sideways information distribution.

TIPS
Depends on your aim, and the current zoning of the site. This was a barrier for some communities, who had viability studies and other proposals. Who do we send our proposals to and what to do if they say no?
Local area office team
Inclusion policy, Financial Policy.
SUPPORTS
Local area office team
Political support
Partnership
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about political support
Comments
Political support
SUPPORTS
Local area office team
Political support
Partnership
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about political support
Comments
Partnership
Being really really clear on what it is.

TIPS
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about local area office team
Comments
Being Flexible, knowing where you are willing to adapt the proposal and where you are not.

TIPS
Using maps, census and surveys to support the project idea. Understanding of the existing context (ecology, cultural, genius loci and historical of the place)
Get three quotes!
Building the proposal
How / Why / Where / When / What?
Proof of concept.
Grants may be available to carry out feasibility studies. (for example artist in the
community scheme managed by Create.)

Where has something like this been done before?
Including video! Why video? Easy to upload, describes project, community expression. Use to tell story. (make it memorable, have a hook)
explaining about local area office team
Comments
Being Flexible, knowing where you are willing to adapt the proposal and where you are not.

TIPS
Building the proposal
BUILDING THE PROPOSAL
Building the proposal
Testing
Phasing
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about testing
Comments
Safe to Fail?
Pilot?
Validating conversations around prototypes.


TIPS
Other links
Eric Ries Lean Start Up http://theleanstartup.com
http://leandisruptor.com

Other links
Eric Ries Lean Start Up http://theleanstartup.com
http://leandisruptor.com

explaining about local area office team
Comments
Safe to Fail?
Pilot?
Validating conversations around prototypes.


TIPS
Building the proposal
http://www.gapfiller.org.nz
Temporary projects to activate the space and build dialogue in the community.
Recognition and association curiosity visual core message, tone, ethos and/or aim.
Siobhan Maher DCC recommends light testing the validity of the project ideas.
BUILDING THE PROPOSAL
Building the proposal
Testing
Phasing
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about phasing
Comments
TIPS
explaining about phasing
Comments
TIPS
Testing
Phasing
Phasing
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about building a critical mass of support
Comments
TIPS
Building a critical
mass of support
explaining about building a critical mass of support
Comments
TIPS
Building a critical
mass of support
BUILDING A CRITICAL MASS OF SUPPORT
Building a critical
Engaging
Running Events
mass of support
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about building a critical mass of support
Comments
TIPS
explaining about building a critical mass of support
Comments
TIPS
Engaging
Engaging
Media – Newspaper, Radio. Managing PR,
Media – Newspaper, Radio. Managing PR,
www.frg.ie
http://www.thejournal.ie
http://www.theirishtimes.com

www.frg.ie
http://www.thejournal.ie
http://www.theirishtimes.com

http://www.gapfiller.org.nz
A timeline gives a quick overview of actions over time. Developing a simple time line like is a good way to validate support for your project idea, meetings and actions and when they occurred will become apparent.
Managing Expectations
BUILDING A CRITICAL MASS OF SUPPORT
Building a critical
Engaging
Running Events
mass of support
Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about running events
Comments
TIPS
Artistic Visualizations
Work with your local area office team.
Running Events
Responsibility in social media.
explaining about running events
Comments
TIPS
Artistic Visualizations
Running Events
Other links
http://www.upbarking.co.uk/community-projects.html

Other links
http://www.upbarking.co.uk/community-projects.html

Public Realm
Private
Landowner
explaining about project go ahead by land owner public realm
Comments
TIPS
Project go ahead
by land owner
public realm
Allotment key holding 11 months
Your power to redraft a lease.

explaining about project go ahead by land owner public realm
Comments
TIPS
Project go ahead
by land owner
private landowner
Site security
Security of tenure.


Simplified explanation about what is, and what it represents to the project.
explaining about building a critical mass of support
Comments
TIPS
After build
Don’t forget to say thank you!


The partnership approach, groundrules unknown. Public place – community want to contribute to improving that space. Ownership issues, Management Issues.
How to MSS do it?
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