Download – Organising Smart Urban Labs

6-Transform-Hamburg-BasKohlerThe TRANSFORM Implementation in Smart Urban Labs ensures the coordination of six Smart Urban Labs in each of the 6 participating cities. Through the working method “Smart Urban Labs” which included condensed working phases called Intensive Lab Sessions (ILS) using stakeholder involvement and design thinking methods, 5-10 year Implementation Plans have been drafted. The Implementation Plans are focusing on the conception of new energy systems, the quality and transformation of building stock, economic and legal prerequisites and – very importantly for making implementation happen – governance issues.

On this page all documents regarding the Implementation Plans in 6 TRANSFORM Smart Urban Labs can be downloaded.

How to…

Roadmap to Make Implementation Plans: Implementation Plans are about action. How and with whom to implement projects, that contribute directly to the main TRANSFORM KPI’s (CO2 reduction, energy demand reduction, increase of renewable energy production or energy efficiency). How to develop a city’s quarters towards ‘smart urban areas’? How to find investors and projects contributing to the area transformation, and how to link local development approaches to the wider city strategies? TRANSFORM helps 6 cities to discuss different approaches and to figure out best practices and practicable solutions – and come to tangible projects and implementation. The outcomes could be subsequently used as learnings in other cities.

Results general

Synthesis Report: A document describing the process  of Smart Urban Labs (SULs), resulting in so-called Implementation Plans for each of these SULs with a 5 to 10-year perspective. In this document the different SULs are compared and the approaches validated.

Results per city

Implementation Plan: For each Smart Urban Lab in TRANSFORM, an Implementation Plan is being drafted by the city and the stakeholders involved or by a development organization in charge. This making of Implementation Plans involves the use and synthesising of existing plans and ongoing planning processes and brings them to a comprehensive format.

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