Reports

In this section you will find reports the team is producing. If you need further information about our project contact us.

Deliverable

D2.1 Pilots Definition

July 2020

The aim of this document is to settle the methodological framework which will be applied for the pilot definition. This definition will be settled with consideration of the following up analysis of requirements of citizens and stakeholders involved in spatial planning at the urban and national levels.

The deliverable describes the following elements of participatory governance which should be tested in frames of pilot projects:

  • Co-creation methodology
  • Stakeholders mapping as a prerequisite of data collection methods in frames of pilots
  • Value-based engineering approach which settles a framework for participatory governance decision-support tools
  • Two decision support tools to be tested in frames of the pilot projects

Further on, the deliverable provides recommendations on the pilot which should be defined considering the necessity to integrate and to test four above-mentioned elements of participatory governance.

Team

Dr. Nadejda Komendantova
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Amann
IIBW – Institute for Real Estate, Construction and Housing Ltd. Institut für Immobilien, Bauen und Wohnen GmbH

Dr. Aron Larsson
Prof. Love Ekenberg
Preference

Deliverable

D1.1 Results and analysis of the two initial co-creation workshops

May 2020

The deliverable at hand presents the results and analysis of the two co-creation workshops and is part of the Vinnova project “Insight & Enlight for a Public Decision Making Eco-System”.

eGovlab Stockholm University is the Work Package Leader of Work Package 1 “Cocreation of survey to analysis feedback loop”. The objective of this work package is a successful user-survey-to-analysis-to-user feedback loop in public decision-making by co-creating the design and the workflow of the toolset together with a representation of end-users.

Team

Myrsini Glinos
Maria Petritsopoulou
Dr. Somya  Joshi

eGovlab | Stockholm University

Report

Pilot Report

April 2020

When planning a city’s development, new buildings, neighborhoods, or the restoration of current ones, it is getting common for municipalities, regions and cities to include participatory governance and align the development process and expected outcomes with the needs and wishes of the affected citizens and other relevant groups of stakeholders.

This document includes the insights and learnings from Pilot study 1 in Stockholm, in the EU JPI Urban Planning project InSight & EnLIGHT – with the aim to democratize urban planning.

Team

Jim Idefeldt, Preference

Daniel Steinholtz, ALLIES

Birgitta Holmström, Stockholm Stads

Report

Participatory Approaches in Urban Development in Vienna and Austria

December 2019

The aim of the research is to understand how city planning and policy can work in a participatory manner while integrating private companies, city planners and citizen into decision-making processes. This integration is called “co-production” and the project is dealing with various methods of co-production such as collecting knowledge from the citizen through so-called “association wheel” or involving various stakeholders with different interests and developing compromise solutions with the help of so-called “multi-stakeholder multi-criteria decision analysis”.

Team

Dr. Nadejda Komendantova
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Amann
IIBW – Institute for Real Estate, Construction and Housing Ltd. Institut für Immobilien, Bauen und Wohnen GmbH

deliverable

D3.1 Prototype versions of Inform & Enlight

January 2020

When planning new buildings, neighborhoods, or the restoration of current ones, it seems reasonable for the municipality to align the expected outcomes with the needs and wishes of the affected citizens and other relevant groups of stakeholders. In the following, a brief overview of a process, based on both qualitative and quantitative data, which can inform public decision making is presented. The process bridges two already established methods, namely Allies’ Association Wheel (AW) and Preference’s decision analysis framework, commonly referred to the Delta Multiple Criteria Framework (DMC) from one of its earliest decision evaluation methods. This deliverable reports upon how to enable for how to bridge these two methodologies for an initial pilot case of the project.

Team

Dr. Aron Larsson, Preference 
Kjell Borking, Preference
Andreas Paulsson, Stockholm University
Johan af Klercker, Allies

report

Interim report

January 2020

The aim of our research was to understand patterns of participatory governance of the city planning of Vienna and of Stockholm and to provide new solutions for stakeholders’ engagement and public participation. We also focused our research on understanding of the existing possibilities for engagement of various stakeholders as well as citizen into decision-making processes.

Our research was guided by four major research questions:

1. Which methods of co-creation exist in the city planning of the municipality of Vienna?

2. How feedback from citizen on contested issues is integrated?

3. What are the differences in views about participation of various political parties?

4. What are perceptions on drivers and barriers for stakeholders’ engagement into urban development?

Team

Dr. Nadejda Komendantova
IIBW – Institute for Real Estate, Construction and Housing Ltd. Institut für Immobilien, Bauen und Wohnen GmbH

duration

October 2018 - May 2021

Budget

628 000 EUR

Z

coordinator

Kjell Borking

Email

info@informenlight.preference.nu