Relational States of Dalston: Research Project

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Jungfer, C. and Palmieri, F. 2019. Relational States of Dalston: Research Project. University of East London, School of Architecture Computing and Engineering.
AuthorsJungfer, C. and Palmieri, F.
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Abstract

This report documents the innovative method for a multi-phased collaborative research project with a Local Authority client, that originated from the research-led design studio teaching. Externally funded, graduates worked as co-researchers to produce a socio-spatial stakeholder analysis that formed part of Hackney Council’s public consultation process and evidence base for the implementation of Dalston Area Action Plan into local Planning Policy.

Keywordscontext; urban transformation; socio-spatial relationships; spatial production; social value; agents of change; multi-dimensional ; mapping
Year2019
PublisherUniversity of East London, School of Architecture Computing and Engineering
Web address (URL)https://uel23ua.blogspot.com/2018/10/relational-states-of-dalston.html
FunderUniversity of East London
London Borough of Hackney
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Deposited07 Apr 2021
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Students working as co-researchers: Angelle Dimech, Dalcimaira Nunes Cardoso, Julia Skiba, Kiesse Andre, Marianne Gallagher, Nelton Bordonhos Barbosa, Nisha Anwar.

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