OpenHeritage Observatory Cases
#observatorycases Identifying innovative practices of adaptive heritage re-use in Europe
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Observatory Cases - Adaptive heritage re-use in Europe
OpenHeritage identifies and tests innovative practices of adaptive heritage re-use in Europe. In order to develop inclusive governance and management models for community-run heritage sites and test them in selected Cooperative Heritage Labs, the project draws on good practices, “Observatory Cases."
Observatory Cases are ongoing, advanced experiments of the community-led, adaptive re-use of heritage sites. They are practices that present prototypes of innovation in the realm of community/stakeholder involvement, resource integration, financial management or having an area-based, territorial approach. During the first year of the OpenHeritage project, these practices are visited and explored in-depth by consortium members.
This survey serves to complete the interviews conducted during the visits with comparable and quantitative information that will feed a database about community-led urban regeneration projects across Europe. All data will be used in an aggregated way and will not be available for external users of the database. Protagonists of Observatory Cases are invited to fill this survey as part of their contribution of the research.
This Survey covers:
1). Anthropological analysis (questions 2-26),
2). Architectural analysis (questions 27-34),
3). Geographical and Demographical analysis (question 35).
4) Legal, administrative and policy analysis (questions 36-44),
5). Resource analysis (questions 45-52),
6). Stakeholder analysis (questions 53-55),
7). Impact analysis (questions 56-58).
Re-use: Activities on the site, ranging from temporary use to investment and regeneration.
Community: People who are involved in the site ranging from daily users to followers.
Organisation: The formal or informal body that has led the regeneration process.
Open event: An event on the heritage site that is not restricted to members of the organisation but can be accessed by anyone (for free or with a ticket).