PLACEMAKING AND MEANWHILE USE
Interim and meanwhile use schemes have become part of the delivery of many major new developments. Meanwhile-use schemes create value for developers by seeding expectations about use before the development is finished. But how can interim and meanwhile use be used to promote community wellbeing? This session will explore this question, placing the notions of interim and meanwhile-use in a planning context. It considers ways that meanwhile use schemes can become more permanent fixtures for the local community.
ABOUT PUBLIC PRACTICE
Public Practice is placing a new generation of planners within local government to shape places for the public good. It will build the public sector’s capacity to deliver homes and growth, make better places, and share skills and knowledge across authorities.
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