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Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future

Pantić, Marijana; Cilliers, Juaneé; Cimadomo, Guido; Montaño, Fernando; Olufemi, Olusola; Torres Mallma, Sally; Van den Berg, Johan

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Cilliers, Juaneé
AU  - Cimadomo, Guido
AU  - Montaño, Fernando
AU  - Olufemi, Olusola
AU  - Torres Mallma, Sally
AU  - Van den Berg, Johan
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/637
AB  - The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred significant changes in the fields of economic development, social issues, everyday life, etc. Activities that used to depend on face-to-face communication were firstly suspended and then shifted to new forms of communication. This includes the public participation process in urban and spatial planning. Therefore, this study explores the new domain developed in urban and spatial planning with regard to public participation and surmises future realms in the post-pandemic era. On the occasion of the virtual collaboration platform Cyber Agora organized by the ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners), chosen participants got together virtually to share, discuss, and compare their practical knowledge in public participation before and during COVID-19. In addition, they addressed the potential benefits of shifting from traditional to virtual participation and potential benefits in the post-COVID-19 era. Considering the collected data and understanding them in the light of the available literature, this study concludes that the application of a combined approach (using both traditional and virtual modes of participation) is recommended because it would enable a larger number and higher diversity of participants. The study also elaborates particular modes of virtual participation with the pros and cons of their use in a particular context.
T2  - Land
T1  - Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future
VL  - 10
IS  - 12
SP  - 1379
DO  - 10.3390/land10121379
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Cilliers, Juaneé and Cimadomo, Guido and Montaño, Fernando and Olufemi, Olusola and Torres Mallma, Sally and Van den Berg, Johan",
year = "2021",
abstract = "The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred significant changes in the fields of economic development, social issues, everyday life, etc. Activities that used to depend on face-to-face communication were firstly suspended and then shifted to new forms of communication. This includes the public participation process in urban and spatial planning. Therefore, this study explores the new domain developed in urban and spatial planning with regard to public participation and surmises future realms in the post-pandemic era. On the occasion of the virtual collaboration platform Cyber Agora organized by the ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners), chosen participants got together virtually to share, discuss, and compare their practical knowledge in public participation before and during COVID-19. In addition, they addressed the potential benefits of shifting from traditional to virtual participation and potential benefits in the post-COVID-19 era. Considering the collected data and understanding them in the light of the available literature, this study concludes that the application of a combined approach (using both traditional and virtual modes of participation) is recommended because it would enable a larger number and higher diversity of participants. The study also elaborates particular modes of virtual participation with the pros and cons of their use in a particular context.",
journal = "Land",
title = "Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future",
volume = "10",
number = "12",
pages = "1379",
doi = "10.3390/land10121379"
}
Pantić, M., Cilliers, J., Cimadomo, G., Montaño, F., Olufemi, O., Torres Mallma, S.,& Van den Berg, J.. (2021). Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future. in Land, 10(12), 1379.
https://doi.org/10.3390/land10121379
Pantić M, Cilliers J, Cimadomo G, Montaño F, Olufemi O, Torres Mallma S, Van den Berg J. Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future. in Land. 2021;10(12):1379.
doi:10.3390/land10121379 .
Pantić, Marijana, Cilliers, Juaneé, Cimadomo, Guido, Montaño, Fernando, Olufemi, Olusola, Torres Mallma, Sally, Van den Berg, Johan, "Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future" in Land, 10, no. 12 (2021):1379,
https://doi.org/10.3390/land10121379 . .
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Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?

Cilliers, Juaneé; Simarmata, Hendricus Andy; Taufiqurrahman, T.; Olufemi, Olusola; Cimadomo, Guido; Pantić, Marijana; Cap, Constant; Treske, Eric; Kumar, Rajendra; Nakil, Seemantini; Van den Berg, Johan; Holmquist, Kate; Montaño, Fernando; Torres, Sally; D’hondt, Frank

(ISOCARP, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Cilliers, Juaneé
AU  - Simarmata, Hendricus Andy
AU  - Taufiqurrahman, T.
AU  - Olufemi, Olusola
AU  - Cimadomo, Guido
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Cap, Constant
AU  - Treske, Eric
AU  - Kumar, Rajendra
AU  - Nakil, Seemantini
AU  - Van den Berg, Johan
AU  - Holmquist, Kate
AU  - Montaño, Fernando
AU  - Torres, Sally
AU  - D’hondt, Frank
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/633
AB  - City and Regional planning should be accompanied by a thorough understanding of the contemporary social dynamics of the place and the implications it has for the people and other species who inhabit and use these places. As a result, territorial planning has been increasingly linked to participatory planning approaches in most politically and fiscally decentralised countries, to create sustainable living spaces through a bottom-up approach. Participatory planning again aiming to translate global solutions locally, giving local accents. The recent Covid19 health and related economic crises brought even more complexity to the planning table, emphasising the need for supplementary stakeholder and public participation using virtual platforms. Thanks to the pandemic crisis, planners across the globe are increasingly engaged with virtual participatory approaches, some with more success than others, due to various social, economic and cultural reasons. In an attempt to contextualise the challenges and opportunities of virtual participatory planning, this paper captures reflections of purposefully selected professional planners, all members of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), who indicated an affinity with participatory planning approaches and the challenges and opportunities that the virtual platform provides. Specific focus was placed on a) challenges of virtual planning and b) opportunities of virtual participation - to draw conclusions on whether virtual participatory planning is only a hype, or would become the new normal for city and regional planning.
PB  - ISOCARP
C3  - Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”
T1  - Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?
SP  - 1513
EP  - 1525
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Cilliers, Juaneé and Simarmata, Hendricus Andy and Taufiqurrahman, T. and Olufemi, Olusola and Cimadomo, Guido and Pantić, Marijana and Cap, Constant and Treske, Eric and Kumar, Rajendra and Nakil, Seemantini and Van den Berg, Johan and Holmquist, Kate and Montaño, Fernando and Torres, Sally and D’hondt, Frank",
year = "2020",
abstract = "City and Regional planning should be accompanied by a thorough understanding of the contemporary social dynamics of the place and the implications it has for the people and other species who inhabit and use these places. As a result, territorial planning has been increasingly linked to participatory planning approaches in most politically and fiscally decentralised countries, to create sustainable living spaces through a bottom-up approach. Participatory planning again aiming to translate global solutions locally, giving local accents. The recent Covid19 health and related economic crises brought even more complexity to the planning table, emphasising the need for supplementary stakeholder and public participation using virtual platforms. Thanks to the pandemic crisis, planners across the globe are increasingly engaged with virtual participatory approaches, some with more success than others, due to various social, economic and cultural reasons. In an attempt to contextualise the challenges and opportunities of virtual participatory planning, this paper captures reflections of purposefully selected professional planners, all members of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), who indicated an affinity with participatory planning approaches and the challenges and opportunities that the virtual platform provides. Specific focus was placed on a) challenges of virtual planning and b) opportunities of virtual participation - to draw conclusions on whether virtual participatory planning is only a hype, or would become the new normal for city and regional planning.",
publisher = "ISOCARP",
journal = "Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”",
title = "Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?",
pages = "1513-1525"
}
Cilliers, J., Simarmata, H. A., Taufiqurrahman, T., Olufemi, O., Cimadomo, G., Pantić, M., Cap, C., Treske, E., Kumar, R., Nakil, S., Van den Berg, J., Holmquist, K., Montaño, F., Torres, S.,& D’hondt, F.. (2020). Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?. in Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”
ISOCARP., 1513-1525.
Cilliers J, Simarmata HA, Taufiqurrahman T, Olufemi O, Cimadomo G, Pantić M, Cap C, Treske E, Kumar R, Nakil S, Van den Berg J, Holmquist K, Montaño F, Torres S, D’hondt F. Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?. in Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”. 2020;:1513-1525..
Cilliers, Juaneé, Simarmata, Hendricus Andy, Taufiqurrahman, T., Olufemi, Olusola, Cimadomo, Guido, Pantić, Marijana, Cap, Constant, Treske, Eric, Kumar, Rajendra, Nakil, Seemantini, Van den Berg, Johan, Holmquist, Kate, Montaño, Fernando, Torres, Sally, D’hondt, Frank, "Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?" in Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals” (2020):1513-1525.