Why | To support Design Team & Council to review the Estate Regeneration Masterplan
What | Public consultation and development planning
Where | South Kilburn, London, UK (40 ha)
The regeneration of South Kilburn is a fifteen-year programme that is approximately half way through. It aims to transform the area into a sustainable and mixed neighbourhood and create a real sense of place and belonging.
The comprehensive strategic Masterplan Review involved reviewing current phasing proposals, timelines, public realm and much more to ensure that the revised Masterplan addresses current community needs, programme requirements, new planning policies and latest standards set by institutions such as the GLA (Greater London Authority).
Why | To revitalize an outdated business park
What | Team building, process management, concept, design, implementation plans
Where | Amstel, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Amstel III has lots of potentials but is an outdated business park. Approximately 30 % of the office area is structurally vacant, ownership is fragmented, investment climate has deteriorated. There is a lack of liveliness and public and private external space is designed for cars. The city of Amsterdam is looking for innovative ways to transform this mono-functional business park into a lively urban district by taking part to competition Europan. I built a transdisciplinary team to submit a proposal. Continue reading
Why | To develop a common vision + strategies + masterplan for a new ecodistrict
What | Process design + facilitation + communication
Where | Veemarkt, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Who | For city of Utrecht
The Veemarkt was a place where cattle was sold and is currently the biggest car market in Europe. It is located not far from the centre of Utrecht but it is also very close to the countryside. That is why it has been decided to move the Veemarkt and to build a new eco-neighbourhood here.
After having analyzed the district and share the documents and results with stakeholders, we have co-developed a participation strategy. Continue reading