How to evaluate the multilevel impact of urban regeneration and city making processes?

With a budget of 8.5 M€, co-funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme, T-Factor involves 25 partners from 11 European countries plus two from China and the USA. Focusing on the time between the approval of an urban regeneration masterplan and the completion of the construction site, T-Factor demonstrates how temporary uses of space can be extraordinary opportunities for cultural, social and economic activation, making regeneration more effective, resilient and sustainable.

LAMA, in collaboration with I-Propeller/KPMG, is in charge of the impact evaluation of the project, taking care of both the measurement of the outcomes at local level in the 6 pilot cities, and the evaluation of the effectiveness and impact of T-Factor’s “city mentoring” model, in terms of the strengthening of the pilots and local alliances activated. Lastly, LAMA assesses the transnational impact of the project, in terms of knowledge and exchange networks generated around sustainable regeneration issues.