Anticipating less public sector involvement, this project seeks to develop innovative development strategies and tools that promote and stimulate the collaboration of e.g. property owners, residents, retailers and companies in taking the initiative for urban transformation themselves. Examples of these strategies include business improvement districts and urban land readjustment. We call this the self-organizing city. The researchers will conduct experiments with planning practitioners and other stakeholders to investigate possibilities of international policy transfer within Europe, of successful strategies that are used in one country to be used in other countries as well.
SimsCity ValueCap – simulations for innovative mechanisms for the selforganizing city: testing new tools for value capturing
Contact: Prof. Erwin van der Krabben, Radboud University Nijmegen
Budget: 1.429.939 EUR
Partners: University of Liverpool School of Environmental Sciences, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, University of Liège, Radboud University Nijmegen