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URBAN MIXING TOOLKIT [2011]

Location: United Kingdom
Budget: Unknown
Type: Research
Status: Complete

The Urban Mixing Toolkit is a flexible decision-making tool designed to help stakeholders engage with one another in the processes that shape the built environment in which they live, facilitate discussions, and develop a shared set of understanding about the value judgements of each stakeholder. An extensive range of indicators are utilised to determine the performance of any one location in an urban area. Each indicator can be described as fitting into a wider theme, with a total of six themes used to describe the contemporary built environment: health, safety, learning, wealth, green and community. A Performance Score provides a weighted summation of each of these themes. These scores can then be used by stakeholders to make comparisons between different locations, their performance and the level of targeted investment needed in a particular area. The toolkit was tested in Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent.

Collaborators: Carrie Bayley, Jack Stewart, Preeya Vadgama, Xiong Zhekun.

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