1st Annual UKNA Roundtable: Urban Heritage Policies (Table ronde)

« 1st Annual UKNA Roundtable: Urban Heritage Policies »

Lieu : Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Berlage Zalen

Date : 04 novembre au 07 novembre 2012

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Résumé extrait du site : The Delft Roundtable will be the first of four major, annual events bringing together all partner institutes of the Urban Knowledge Network Asia. The Roundtable has the dual objective of :

  • Discussing the future vision and strategic direction of the UKNA
  • Focusing on one of the three main  themes of UKNA’s research: urban heritage

The first day of the Roundtable (November 5) will be devoted to internal discussions among the UKNA partners.  Personal and institutional introductions in the morning will be followed by discussions on the position of UKNA and the format and quality of UKNA’s research outputs in the afternoon.

On the second day (November 6) deliberations will center on the position of urban heritage, both built as well as intangible, within urban planning and redevelopment. The case study for the discussion will be the city of Delft. Lessons from planning approaches related to heritage in Delft, and more widely, the Netherlands and Western Europe, will be critically compared and contrasted with experiences in Asian cities. In the morning, the heritage department of Delft University of Technology’s Architecture Faculty will join hands with the Municipality of Delft to organise an excursion of urban redevelopment projects in the city of Delft. In the afternoon, a roundtable discussion, open to a wider audience of policy makers, academics, researchers and civil society representatives, will take place. The following question will be debated :

  • What is the position of heritage within modern urban planning?
  • How do current policies and approaches in the Netherlands and Europe differ from those in major Asian (particularly Chinese and Indian) cities?

How can the two learn from each other?


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