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As a part of the JPI Urban Europe Pilot Call I, the CASUAL Project was active between 2013-2016. The project produced a synthesis report and four policy briefs which were released mid 2016. As a final activity within the CASUAL project two sessions at the CORP 2016 conference in Hamburg were organised.
CASUAL investigates how to promote sustainable living and consumption patterns by including citizen and consumer perspectives in the governance of urban areas. New forms of inclusive urban governance are explored by looking at collectively organised initiatives outside formal planning procedures as models for the future. In addition, planning for sustainable mobility is investigated through a focus on so called transit-oriented-development.
CASUAL – Co-creating attractive and sustainable urban areas and lifestyle – exploring new forms of inclusive urban governance
Budget: 1.210.000 EUR
Partners: Austrian Institute for Regional Studies and Spatial Planning (OIR), Delft University of Technology, Nordregio – Nordic Centre for Spatial Development