The LOOPER consortium organised a well-attended special session at the annual conference of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) held in Venice between 2-6 July 2019.
The Manchester Living Lab is now implementing co-designed interventions to test perceptual traffic calming and aesthetic uplift along the Brunswick Street in Ardwick.
The three LOOPER Living Labs have been actively co-creating solutions for urban problems in the past year. In Brussels, a traffic calming campaign will launched. In Manchester, pilot interventions on traffic calming and greening are currently being developed. In Verona, several measures to improve air quality and traffic safety are being tested.
LOOPER is organising a special session on learning loops in co-creation to improve public spaces in cities at the 2019 AESOP conference. The session will focus on the use of participatory sensing to identify problems and online and offline participation tools for co-creation in multiple domains.
Two deliverables on how to engage hard-to-reach groups in public participation as well as guidelines on co-design tools that can enhance a co-creation process in Living Labs can now be read and downloaded from this website.
As a result of their scale and range of activities, universities have a tremendous impact on the neighbourhoods around them.
The Brussels Urban Living Lab in Schaerbeek’s Helmet district was launched on February 8th, marking the first step of the LOOPER project in Brussels!