Presentation on theme: "Urban Transformations Pathways from Practice to Policy UK Arts and Humanities Research Council Network Image:"— Presentation transcript:
Urban Transformations Pathways from Practice to Policy UK Arts and Humanities Research Council Network http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/projects/utppp Image: Diagram showing processes and interconnections established in order to realise the Middlesbrough Urban Farming Project, commissioned by the UK Design Council in 2006, realised in 2007. Bohn&Viljoen Architects worked on this project with Debra Solomon. Image Bohn&Viljoen Architects and Nishat Awan (FG Stadt & Ernährung TU Berlin 2012) FOR PORODUCTIVE URBAN LANDSCAPES PRACTICE IS OUTSTRIPPING POLICY
U+DU+D Vis IUC + infrastructural and/or system projects - such as CPUL - need parallel top-down and bottom-up initiative(s) + qualities of urban agriculture need visualising – drawn and built - to influence decision makers and raise public desire + an Inventory of Urban Capacity is necessary, esp. of spatial, stakeholder and managerial capacities Enabling CPUL City : What is unique? What is needed? R image: Bohn&Viljoen.2009 + constant research, development and dissemination will consolidate the CPUL concept CPUL City Actions
Participants Projects: Prof. Doina Petrescu, Agrocité Paris
Participants Projects: Craig Verzone, Parc agro-urbain de Bernex st Confignon, Geneva
Participants Projects: URBANIAHOEVE / Debra Solomon, and Mariska van den Berg Amsterdam, Rotterdam & Den Haag.
Participants Projects: Dr. Howard Lee, HadLOW CARBON Community, Maidstone
Participants Projects: Andre Viljoen Edible Campus Brighton
Participants Projects: Prof. Katrin Bohn Spiel/Feld Marzahn, Berlin
POLICY PERSPECTIVES Clare Devereux (UK) Food Matters Partnership / UK Sustainable Food Cities Network. EU COST Action “Urban Agriculture Europe” and from an activist perspective, Dr. Chiara Tornaghi, University of Leeds. URBANISATION and FOOD PLANNING, Prof. Han Wiskerke, Professor of Rural Sociology and Head of the Rural Sociology Group at the University of Wageningen (Netherlands).
Workshop 1 Amsterdam Academy of Architecture. 10th - 11th November 2014, Understanding of the relationships between practice and policy. Workshop 2, University of Brighton. March 2015: To refine and challenge the “Amsterdam” pathways by reviewing these with input from policy professionals involved in the core participants’ projects. Workshop 3, University of Sheffield. July 2015 will be directed to invited members of the UK “Sustainable Food Cities Network”, and will be structured to critically review from the perspective of “would-be policy users and developers”, the policy pathways thus far proposed. Each workshop includes space for guests.
The aim of our website is to invite participation from as wide a field as possible http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/projects/utppp
AESOP 7: Sustainable Food Planning Conference TURIN 2015 + learning from experience? + who do we need to talk to? + how do emerging / young professionals and researchers see the future?