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20/20 Visions: Collaborative Planning and Placemaking

Charles Campion

  • Format: Book

  • Pages: 160

  • Publisher: RIBA Publishing

  • Date Published: May 2018

  • Stock Code: 90843

  • ISBN: 9781859467367

  • Binding: Paperback

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Collaboration in planning and placemaking is essential to creating thriving, sustainable communities. In 1967 the American Institute of Architecture held its first Charrette – a series of interactive workshops - as a way for architects and planners to bring the public into the design process. Charrettes are now an internationally adopted methodology. People’s views are heard and honoured and planners tap in to a wealth of local knowledge and creativity. Despite the demonstrable benefits, there are still many architects and planners who lack the confidence and expertise to collaborate with the public effectively. It is time to change the way things are done and to bring communities genuinely to the heart of planning and placemaking.

20/20 Visions: Collaborative Planning and Placemaking gives practitioners and communities the inspiration and confidence to introduce Charrettes in to their planning processes. It enables you to add social, economic and environmental value to your projects and produce better places. A series of 20 international case studies present the strengths of the Charrette process and show how they can be delivered on a variety of scales, sectors and sites. It’s a highly visual and accessible guide for the busy practitioner and an indispensable companion for those who value people-centric urban design.

About the Author

Charles Campion

Charles Campion (Partner at JTP; Academician at Academy of Urbanism; BEE for CABE) Charles is JTP’s Partner-in-Charge of participatory co-design processes with communities and stakeholders from all backgrounds and sectors. For over 20 years he has led and participated in numerous Charrette processes in the UK and worldwide. These have been for residential-led development of various scales, heritage-led regeneration, urban renaissance and environmental projects. In 2015 JTP won the BDonline Architect of the Year Award for Masterplanning and Public Realm in recognition of a Collaborative Placemaking work across a diverse range of projects.

Customer Reviews

Andreas von Zadow

Date Reviewed: October 2018

20/20 visions brings together a fantastic collection of best practice examples which demonstrate: Collaborative planning is do-able and benefitial for all parties involved. You get better plans in shorter times.The methods explained are particularly successful when ingrained conflict of interest makes it difficult to plan and develop consensus-led visions. Great to see the evidence in this book. Hope you carry on collecting further best practice examples to publish a volume 2 of collaborative planning soon!

Erik Pagano, Director, Landform Estates

Date Reviewed: September 2018

This book is a must read for anyone involved in the strategic planning and masterplanning process. It demonstrates how public consultation can be made to effectively work through the Charrette process. Whilst this may not prove definitive in the ultimate aim of securing planning consent it is, in Landform's experience, an invaluable tool to that end that should be employed wherever possible. Charles Campion is a consummate expert at deflecting local NIMBYs' Exocet missiles!

Natalia Trossero

Date Reviewed: August 2018

Charles Campion provides a very comprehensive toolkit for engaging people in the planning and design process. A wide range of examples are presented which demonstrate how, at any scale and within different countries and cultures, it is possible for people to shape their streets and neighbourhoods. As politics and social media become more and more polarised, collaborative planning is a key opportunity which ought to be seized to bring people together, and enable them to contribute hands-on to their community and local governance.

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