Evaluation

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3D models and visualisation tools to assist the consultation process

3D models and visualisation tools to assist the consultation process

Visualising the local area for better understanding of projects
Computer graphics, interactive cartography, 3D visualisation and long-term planning simulations – all these new technologies are increasingly used to help stakeholders see and understand the urban landscape. In major development projects, authorities rely on these tools to involve the local population more closely and encourage citizen participation throughout
the project.
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Regional participation tool : Carticipe

Regional participation tool : Carticipe

Carticipe is a participatory and interactive map designed by sociologists, geographers and urban planners from the agency Repérage Urbain to encourage consultation on regional projects. Custom-made versions have been specifically adapted to a variety of consultation issues. It is generally used by combining initiatives on the ground and events on the web. Find this article page 24-25

City of smart, digital territories

City of smart, digital territories

The smart city and the digital transition are a way for urban planning agencies to rethink their philosophy of action, their missions and the evolution of their businesses to guide the transformation of the territories in they work. The National Federation of Urban Planning Agencies (FNAU) has therefore devoted a major part of its 2017-2018 action agency to developing digital technology. A survey of the urban planning agencies was conducted in early 2017 to better understand the actions and territorial strategies employed.

Digital Saint-Etienne, a digital platform for an urban data management

Digital Saint-Etienne, a digital platform for an urban data management

SUEZ group, in partnership with the Saint-Etienne municipality, was awarded the “Sustainable and United City” Call for Expression of Interest by the National Agency for Urban Renovation (ANRU) within the framework of the Future Investments Program (PIA). SUEZ is developing a next-generation interoperable, open and scalable digital platform that will facilitate citizens’ access to public data while providing the city with quality information.

Implementation guide for the Ecoquartier label 2018

Implementation guide for the Ecoquartier label 2018

The “Ecoquartier” label, a contraction of the two French words “écologique” and “quartier” (ecological neighbourhood), is a voluntary sustainable urban planning approach organised by the Directorate General for Planning, Housing and Nature (DGALN) under the French Ministry for Ecological and Solidary Transition. It was promoted at the neighbourhood level by local authorities, Public Establishments for Inter-Communal Cooperation (EPCIs), lessors or citizens’ associations.

RFSC, The Reference framework for sustainable cities

RFSC, The Reference framework for sustainable cities

The Reference Framework for European Sustainable Cities (RFSC), which was made available free of charge for European cities and local authorities at the beginning of 2013, provides a reference framework for the development of territorial strategies and urban project that, in an integrated fashion, takes the four pillars of sustainable development into account. As the result of four years of work between 17 different countries, of which Cerema was the technical backbone, the RFSC offers online support for the implementation of sustainability principles in local policies and actions.

The ex post evaluation methodology for the PIA VDD (programme of investments for innovation to build the City of tomorrow)

The ex post evaluation methodology for the PIA VDD (programme of investments for innovation to build the City of tomorrow)

After developing the ex post evaluation methodology for the PIA VDD (programme of investments for innovation to build the City of tomorrow, also called EcoCité approach) for Caisse des Dépôts over 2016-2017, Efficacity has now signed up to a three-year R&D partnership designed to support the ex post evaluation of EcoCités territories.

 

Launching of the new research project Quartier E+C-: Positive and low-carbon energy development operations

Launching of the new research project Quartier E+C-: Positive and low-carbon energy development operations

The consortium federating the CSTB, Elioth, l’Alliance HQE-GBC, Efficacity, Effinergie, Certivéa, l’Association BBCA and Atlantech recently won the call for research projects during ADEME’s 4th edition of: «Towards responsible buildings before 2020».

 

Quartier E+C-, the winning project, aims to develop and test a carbon energy assessment method at the neighbourhood level.

 

The project will revolve around three stages:

Astuce & Tic

Astuce & Tic

Prediction of the impact of urbanization and climate change on ecosystemic services (water and soil)

Astuce & Tic is a unique network of experts bringing together scientific researchers, economists and engineers specializing in agronomy, water and soil resources, and information technology.