Handbook for Participatory Urban Planning

This handbook is a result of the HEAT project. For the last two years, the project partners from Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Sweden have worked with more inclusive and participatory processes with a focus on sustainable and healthy communities, particularly related to cycling. Nevertheless, the same principle charts the course, more or less, in any participatory process: you have a goal, and you are trying to find the best available paths to reach it. As the topic is not simple and the change is not happening overnight, we wanted to share our experiences and the knowledge gained during the project with the hope to help or inspire others trying to tackle similar issues.

The Handbook for Participatory Urban Planning


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