Cooperative Urban Renewal - who shares gets more
BASEhabitat Lecture Series #5
Pocket Mannerhatten - a forward-looking set of instruments for socio-ecological urban regeneration
According to the motto "Who shares, gets more", a future-oriented set of instruments for the renewal of the Gründerzeit stock in particular was developed and tested as part of the Pocket Mannerhatten 1.0 and 2.0 research projects. In the lecture, the cross-property and public welfare-orientated approach with its innovative logic will be presented and discussed.
Gesa Witthöft is a Senior Scientist in the Sociology Research Department of the Institute of Spatial Planning at the Vienna University of Technology and has been involved in activism and research into socially orientated urban renewal, among other things, for more than 40 years.