How to plan today’s urban regeneration projects?

In 2018 we proved our commitment to enhancing our experience as city makers, with the writing of a White Paper entitled “Designing multi-stakeholder urban regeneration”, through a course of study, analysis and community building between different available actors and different points of view. It represented a contribution of knowledge and case studies to create a useful tool for Public Administrations, Professionals, Employees, and real estate development funds, aimed at enabling processes and policies of urban regeneration that see the presence of essential elements for the success and sustainability of these interventions, such as: the involvement of communities, the quality of the real estate offer, the mobilisation of public-private finance, the protection of collective interests, and the development of polycentrism and biodiversity in cities.