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Organizing, Promoting and ENabling HEritage Re-use through Inclusion, Technology, Access, Governance and Empowerment

Deliverables

Video report of the Observatory Cases

This deliverable provides a video report of all Observatory Cases, based on the site visits and interviews. It tells the story of Observatory Cases in a format that is easy to access and to disseminate to broader audiences; it is linked to Task 2.1

Replicable model of Heritage Points to support the adaptive reuse of heritage assets

Using the experience of the CHLs a final version of the Heritage Points will be created for all 6 CHL webpages providing an easily adaptable model for other adaptive reuse processes The deliverable is linked to Task 52 and is a key deliverable

Complex database of adaptive heritage reuse

This online database showcases the results of the institutional analysis and the Observatory Cases in a searchable structure; linked to Task 2.3, is a key deliverable

Heritage Point to support the adaptive reuse of heritage assets (first version)

The six Heritage Points will be launched as part of the OpenHeritage homepage in a draft version and will be refined as the CHLs progress. The deliverable is linked to Task 5.2.

Project website

The deliverable is the project website that will serve as a tool of the operation of CHLs (related to D5.2), to host the results of WP1 and WP2 in form of a database, provide a basis for communication about the project by showcasing information about the partners, project news and events and publications. It will also have a specific area dedicated to internal communication. The deliverable is linked to Task 6.1

Inception report

The report will summarize the main experiences of the kick-off meeting and project set up, and will include the main management guidelines for the implementation period.

Detailed workplan for WP2

This deliverable refines and summarises the work to be conducted in WP2, serves as a guideline for the WP leader and participants; related to Task 2.1

Detailed workplan of WP5

The deliverable refines and summarizes the work to be conducted in WP5. It will serve as a guideline for the WP leader and the participants, and is linked to Task 5.1

Individual report on the Observatory Cases

The deliverable analyses of financial, business and governance models, mechanisms of community involvement and territorial impact of individual Observatory Cases; comparison of the Cases along the same criteria, against the background of various regulatory and policy environments; it is linked to Task 2.1 and is a key deliverable

Roadmap to enhance regional cooperation

The task delineates easy to follow steps that support embedding the heritage reuse processes into a larger regional framework focusing on regional cooperation and integration of the practices including different asset types economic social and environmental challenges The deliverable is linked to Task 55

Submitted evaluation framework

This deliverable guides the complex evaluation process; is linked to Task 3. 1

Report on the comparative analysis of Observatory Cases

This deliverable creates a comparative overview of the 16 Observatory Cases along the 3 main criteria of inclusive heritage re-use; is linked to Task 2.2

Interim report on the regional and territorial integration evaluation

This report provides input for D 3.6; it is linked Task3. 4,

Publishable summary of project results

The deliverable will present a synthesis of key findings results and conclusions as well as recommendations for the future work in the field

Detailed workplan of WP4

It refines and summarizes the work to be conducted in WP4, and it will serve as a guideline for the WP leader and the participants. The deliverable is linked to Task 4.1

Updated Local Action Plans

The report will detail per CHL the good practices, problems and changes to be carried out, and will include an updated and more complex LAP for each CHL. The deliverable is linked to Task 4.1. The individual reports are prepared by the partners responsible for the CHLs, under the leadership of MRI.

Dissemination and knowledge sharing strategy

The deliverable outlines the strategy for the dissemination activities of the project. It is linked to Task 6.1.

Transferability report about the Observatory Cases

Focusing solely on the 16 Observatory Cases, this deliverable examines how wide spread the models used in the Observatory Cases are, and how much their operation depends on the specific local circumstances; linked to Task 2.4

Interim report on the evaluation of resource integrtaion

This report provides input for D 3.6; is linked to Task 3.3

Transferability matrix

The transferability matrix outlines the mechanisms that promote and hinder the adaptation and upscaling of good practices It is linked to task 31 and is a key deliverable

Local Action Plans of the Cooperative Heritage Labs

The deliverable consist of six separate reports that lay down the foundations of the work to be done in the framework of the Cooperative Heritage Labs, and in each case it attempts to draw a preliminary model of inclusive heritage management. The deliverable is linked to Task 4.1, thus the lead beneficiary is MRI. However, the individual reports are prepared by the partners responsible for the Cooperative Heritage Labs.

Typology of current adaptive heritage reuse policies

The deliverable highlights the national/regional differences, points to their embeddedness into the socio-economic and institutional framework of a particular country, related to Task 1.4

Methodological guidance to the application of crowdsourcing

The guidance will provide methodological support to the successful application of crowdsourcing in the adaptive reuse of heritage sites The deliverable is linked to Task 53

Recommendations and suggetsed roadmap for the EU

The recommendations and roadmap are created to foster the accommodation of new approaches to adaptive reuse of heritage sites the deliverable is linked to Task 35

Evaluation report on the Cooperative Heritage Labs

This final deliverable not only provides a detailed evaluation of all CHLs but finalizes the inclusive management model that OpenHeritage has worked on creating an adaptable blueprint for its application offering solutions for diverse policy and economic environments It is linked Task 41 and is key deliverable

OpenHeritage policy briefs

In the framework of the deliverable 5 policy briefs will be prepared summarizing key messages of OpenHeritage designed to stimulate discussion and share OpenHeritages findings with a wider audience They will be prepared in months 24 30 36 42 and 48

Guidelines for public-private-people-partnerships in adaptive heritage reuse

The guidelines will provide easy to follow modelsprocedures that can facilitate the operation of a functioning partnership between the public sector the private sector and the people The deliverable is linked to Task 51

Finalized report on the European adaptive reuse management practices

This report provides a finalized summary of the adaptive reuse practices with an emphasis on bottlenecks and good practices, focusing on community and multi-stakeholder integration, resource integration and regional/territorial impacts. It is linked Task 3.1.

Detailed work plan for WP1

Detailed work plan for WP1 - refines and summarizes the work to be conducted in WP1, will serve as a guideline for the WP leader and the participants, linked to Task 1.1

Dissemination and sustainability plan

The deliverable will outline a strategy to maintain the results of OpenHeritage and to further disseminate its results

Report on the wider social impacts of the project

The report will summarize the expected social impacts of OpenHeritage both in the local environment of the CHLs and on a nationalEuropean scale

Interim Progress Report of the Cooperative Heritage Labs

The structured report will create a summary of progress about the CHLs, combining general level summaries with a short overview about how the individual CHLs have developed.

Interim report on the community involvement and governance evaluation

This report provides input for D 3.6; is linked to Task 3.2

Detailed work plan for WP3

This deliverable refines and summarises the work to be conducted in WP3, serves as a guideline for the WP leader and participants; is linked to Task 3.1

Complex policy overview of adaptive heritage reuse

It combines the existing policy and legal regulations of adaptive re-use, funding and economic environment and current adaptive reuse practice, points out major bottlenecks but also regulations that work very well – synthetizes inputs from Tasks 1.1.- 1.3, responsibility of Task 1.1, It is a key deliverable

Evaluation report on the Task Force

The deliverable is a brief summary on the methodological lessons learned from the employment of the Task Force with an adaptable blueprint for its widespread use The deliverable is linked to Task 45

Inclusive business models

The deliverable will outline various business models for the adaptive reuse of heritage sitesassets that are adaptable for different asset types under different financial circumstances and ownership constellations It is linked to Task 54

OpenHeritage dialogues

The deliverable foresees 3 small-scale (approx. 30 participants each) interactive events in HU, PL and the UK focused on different key aspects of adaptive heritage reuse (community involvement and governance; urban and regional development; economic sustainability and business models), combined with a study visit at the CHL locations, designed to test and share OpenHeritage conclusions with relevant stakeholders and multipliers. The deliverable is linked to Task 6.2 and takes place between months 24 and 36.

National workshops

One workshop in each country with a CHL will be organised to promote the results of OpenHeritage. The responsible partner for the organisation of workshops will be the one managing the CHL in the respective countries, and MRI will provide a general support for the organisation. The workshops are linked to Tasks 6.2.

Educational curriculum

The developed course material will introduce students into the innovative heritage management model developed in the OpenHeritage project, focusing on how it fits into the existing heritage policies and how it can serve policy making processes. The course will also test the database created by OpenHeritage, and integrate the knowledge gained by the complex evaluation and the general overview done in the first half of the OpenHeritage project. The course will be tested at CEU’s Culrural Heritage Studies Program. It is linked to Task 6.4.

Informed Cities Conferences

Two international conferences (approx. 120 participants each) as part of well-established Informed Cities series will be organised, held in selected CHL sites and designed to connect different communities with a stake in heritage re-use issues, with a focus on sharing practical knowledge, networking and co-production of policy recommendations. The deliverable is linked to Task 6.2 and will take place in months 12 and 42.

Training program for professionals

The trainings are aimed at professionals involved in the issues of heritage protection and adaptive reuse, the developed training program will be tried in 5 workshops held in different Observatory Case locations (Budapest, Berlin, Turin, Bucharest and Lisbon), where participants coming from different backgrounds will study and go through the development process of the Observatory Case situated in their country, highlighting a variety of development scenarios, financial, business and governance models. An adaptable blueprint will be finalized by M48. The deliverable is linked to Task 6.3.

Publications

Living Memory and Adaptive Heritage Reuse: Archaeology Festival in Pomáz

Author(s): Kyra Lyublyanovics
Published in: Hungarian Archaeology, Issue 2022 Autumn, 2022, ISSN 2416-0296
Publisher: Archaeolingua

Participatory Governance of Culture and Cultural Heritage: Policy, Legal, Economic Insights From Italy

Author(s): Christian Iaione, Elena de Nictolis, Maria Elena Santagati
Published in: Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, Issue 26249634, 2022, ISSN 2624-9634
Publisher: Frontier
DOI: 10.3389/frsc.2022.777708

Élő emlékezet és adaptív örökséghasznosítás: régészeti fesztivál Pomázon

Author(s): Kyra Lyublyanovics
Published in: Magyar Régészet, Issue 2022 ősz, 2022, ISSN 2416-0288
Publisher: Archaeolingua

Social innovation in sustainable urban development (editorial)

Author(s): Harald A. Mieg
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 20711050, 2022, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su14095414

New Craft Production in Europe - between Creative Class and Industrial Manufacturing

Author(s): Katarzyna Sadowy, Dominika P. Brodowicz
Published in: European Research Studies Journal, Issue 11082976, 2021, Page(s) 896-920, ISSN 1108-2976
Publisher: University of Piraeus, International Strategic Management Association
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/2546

Neighborhood revitalisation and Heritage Conservation through Adaptive Reuse: Assessing Instruments for Commoning(Submitted in March, 2021)

Author(s): Markus Kip and Heike, Oevermann (submitted, end of March 2021)
Published in: The Historic Environment: Policy and Practice., 2021, ISSN 1756-7505
Publisher: Maney Publishing

The Governance Context for Adaptive Heritage Reuse: A Review and Typology of Fifteen European Countries

Author(s): Dóra Mérai, Loes Veldpaus, John Pendlebury, Markus Kip
Published in: The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, Issue Accepted for publication, 2023, ISSN 1756-7513
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Artistic and Curatorial Power in Cities’ Historic Spaces

Author(s): Cristina Garzillo
Published in: European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes, Issue 26120496, 2020, Page(s) 139-148, ISSN 2612-0496
Publisher: Department of Architecture – Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Chair of History of Architecture and Urban Planning – Technical University Delft
DOI: 10.6092/issn.2612-0496/11739

Curating the City: Artistic Practices and Urban Transformations

Author(s): Cristina Garzillo
Published in: European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes, Issue Vol.3 No.1, 2020, Page(s) p. 139-148, ISSN 2612-0496
Publisher: University of Bologna and TU Delft
DOI: 10.6092/issn.2612-0496/v3-n1-2020

Communities, Heritage and Planning: Towards a co-evolutionary heritage approach

Author(s): Van Knippenberg, K., Boonstra, B. and Boelens, L.
Published in: Planning Theory and Practice, Issue 14649357, 2022, Page(s) 26-42, ISSN 1464-9357
Publisher: Routledge
DOI: 10.1080/14649357.2021.1998584

Egy közösségi régészeti program anatómiája. Terepbejárások a Pilisben és a Szentendrei szigeten

Author(s): Rácz Tibor Ákos, Laszlovszky József
Published in: Magyar Régészet, Issue Nyár (2), 2022, ISSN 2416-0288
Publisher: Archaeolingua

Anatomy of a community archaeology programme. Field walks in the Pilis Mountains and on the Szentendre Island

Author(s): Tibor Ákos Rácz , József Laszlovszky
Published in: Hungarian Archaeology, Issue Summer (2), 2022, ISSN 2416-0296
Publisher: Archaeolingua

Flexibility and Adaptation: Creating a Strategy for Resilience

Author(s): Szemző, Hanna, Jorge Mosquera, Levente Polyák, and Lukács Hayes
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 20711050, 2022, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su14052688

Co-evolutionary Heritage Re-use: A European multiple case study perspective

Author(s): Van Knippenberg, K. and Boonstra, B.
Published in: European Planning Studies, Issue 09654313, 2021, ISSN 0965-4313
Publisher: Carfax Publishing Ltd.
DOI: 10.1080/09654313.2021.2019684

Innen- und Außenwahrnehmung der Denkmalpflege: Citizens' Knowledge und die Koproduktion des Wissens

Author(s): Oevermann, Heike
Published in: Herold, Langenberg, Spiegel (Hg.): Avantgarde oder Uncool? Denkmalpflege in der Transformationsgesellschaft, 2022, Page(s) 48-57, ISBN 9783959541282
Publisher: Verlag Jörg Mitzkat

(Post)przemysłowe dzielnice Warszawy i Lwowa: rola pamięci i dziedzictwa dla biznesu i przemysłu kreatywnego [Post/industrial districts of Warsaw and Lviv: roles of memory and heritage in business and creative industries ]

Author(s): Iryna Sklokina, Dominika Brodowicz, Katarzyna Sadowy.
Published in: Kultury historyczne Polski i Ukrainy. O źródłach nieporozumienia między sąsiadami [Historical Cultures in Poland and Ukraine: On sources of disagreements between the neighbors], 2021, Page(s) 505-541, ISBN 9788366470644
Publisher: Scolar

An Essay on the Post-Industrial Heritage of Everyday Life: The Bakery in Praga District, Warsaw

Author(s): Katarzyna Sadowy and Justyna Biernacka
Published in: From Burden to Resource: Uses of Industrial Heritage in East-Central Europe, eds. Dóra Mérai, Zsuzsanna Sidó, Hanna Szemző, Volodymyr Kulikov, 2021, Page(s) 30-34, ISBN 9786155766527
Publisher: Archaeolingua

From Burden to Resource: Uses of Industrial Heritage in East-Central Europe. Introduction

Author(s): Dóra Mérai and Volodymyr Kulikov
Published in: From Burden to Resource: Uses of Industrial Heritage in East-Central Europe, eds. Dóra Mérai, Zsuzsanna Sidó, Hanna Szemző, Volodymyr Kulikov, 2021, Page(s) 5-12, ISBN 9786155766527
Publisher: Archaeolingua

Opening up heritage : beyond a conceptualization as object or process.

Author(s): Karim van Knippenberg
Published in: Opening up the planning landscape : 15 years of actor-relational approaches to spatial planning in Flanders, the Netherlands and beyond, 2020, Page(s) 343-350, ISBN 978-94-91937-44-6
Publisher: InPlanning
DOI: 10.17418/b.2020.9789491937446

Who cares?

Author(s): Loes Veldpaus
Published in: Institute of Historic Building Conservation Yearbook 2021, ed. Taylor J; Institute of Historic Building Conservation, 2021, Page(s) 29-32, ISBN 9781912747078
Publisher: Cathhedral Communications Ltd

Heritage as a matter of care, and conservation as caring for the matter

Author(s): Loes Veldpaus and Hanna Szemző
Published in: Care and the City: Encounters with Urban Studies, 2021, ISBN 9780367468576
Publisher: Routledge

Per una conservazione abitata: il caso dello Scugnizzo Liberato di Napoli

Author(s): Federica Fava, Francesca Cannella
Published in: Caudo G., Paone F., Sampieri A. (a cura di, 2021), Patrimonio in azione. Atti della XXIII Conferenza Nazionale SIU Downscaling, rightsizing. Contrazione demografica e riorganizzazione spaziale, Torino, 17-18 giugno 2021, 2022, Page(s) 132-136
Publisher: Planum Publisher e Società degli Urbanisti
DOI: 10.53143/PLM.C.621

Erfgoed : ankerpunt of twistpunt?

Author(s): Rens Jonker, Karim van Knippenberg (UGent) and Egbert van der Zee
Published in: AGORA, Issue 13806319, 2021, Page(s) 4-6, ISSN 1380-6319
Publisher: Agora

A lengyel Versaillets (The Polish Versailles)

Author(s): Alexandra Cwik and Jozsef Laszlovszky
Published in: Várak, kastélyok, templomok (Castles, Palaces, Churches), Issue August, 2018, 2018, Page(s) 40-44, ISSN 1786-7150
Publisher: ZIMédia Publisher

Opgezette varkens, cataloguserfgoed en ander ruimtelijk erfgoedbeleid

Author(s): Karim van Knippenberg
Published in: AGORA, Issue 13806319, 2019, Page(s) 40-41, ISSN 1380-6319
Publisher: Agora

Exploring Public-Private-Community Partnerships in Governing Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse Projects

Author(s): de Nictolis, Elena and Iaione, Christian and Pangallozzi, Maria Cristina and Piperno, Alessandro,
Published in: SSRN - Social Science Research Network repository, 2021
Publisher: Elsevier

Urban and Industrial Environments. Co-Cities Innovative Transitions toward Just and Self-Sustaining Communities

Author(s): Sheila R. Foster and Christian Iaione
Published in: Urban and Industrial Environments, 2022, ISBN 9780262539982
Publisher: MIT Press

Towards a relational heritage approach: fostering community-heritage engagement

Author(s): Van Knippenberg, Karim
Published in: 2022
Publisher: Ghent University
DOI: 10.17418/phd.2022.9789463556279

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