A visit + workshop day on urban renovation, confronting a well known experience from Lyon, with experiences from Amsterdam and Vienna and the strategies suggested by research office FedercasaLAB (ITA).
Morning will be dedicated to an explained visit of the experience in Lyon, in La Duchère area, where massive renewal has been implemented over last decades. The afternoon will offer the opportunity to cross sights between various countries and various stakeholders, policy managers and ground stakeholders.
This event is organized by the City of Lyon, the “Mission La Duchère” from Métropole de Lyon, the City of Amsterdam, Federcasa and the Amsterdam Federation of Housing Associations..
Morning will be dedicated to a commented visit of urban transformation in La Duchère area over last decades. Technicians from Grand Lyon Habitat and members of the ABC HLM association will present an overview of the interventions carried out on the housing stock from the 1980s to the present day in the context of the upcoming Urban Renewal.
Meeting point (at 10 am): Maison du Pojet (12 bis Place Abbé Pierre), facing the post office. Martinière-Duchère bus stop.
To register in the morning (10-12h30) here – SOLD OUT
Lunch break: lunch at the Brasserie Rosa Parks (brewery), Place Abbé Pierre. Unique menu with a dish, a gourmet coffee and a glass of wine (15€ in total, at the expense of each participant).
The afternoon will host a workshop to cross sights between various countries and various stakeholders, policy makers and grassroots operators.
To register in the afternoon (3pm-6pm) here
|Opening and introduction to the workshop
Welcome by the Chairman Niko Koers, Co-organiser of the ISHF 2017, Amsterdam
Introduction by the Director of the Amsterdam Federation of Housing Associations Egbert de Vries and the President of Federcasa Luca Talluri.
|Urban Regeneration Cases in different European Cities
A great deal of today’s challenges to the city will take effect in urban renewal neighborhoods, both in areas constructed just before or in the decades right after World War II. Our event aims to exchange knowledge and compare cases, challenges and solutions with participants in different cities.
Max van Engen (Director Housing of the Municipality of Amsterdam) and Pepijn Bakker (Strategic advisor, Housing Association Rochdale)
o Short reaction by co-referent from Lyon
Susanne Bauer, City of Vienna, Wiener Wohnen
o Short reaction by co-referent from Amsterdam
|Governance of Urban Regeneration and the role of housing associations from an Italian perspective
Elena Molignoni (Nomisma)
Elena Maranghi (Unit Research of FedercasaLAB)
|Round table discussion: The role of different stakeholders in Urban Regeneration
Moderator: Laura Colini (URBACT Programme Advisor/ Tesserae Berlin)
|17:55 – 18:00
|Closing word by Chairman Niko Koers