Circular Area Development Binckhorst
Accelerating the Circular Economy Zuid-Holland (Accez)
Achieving circularity in the near future starts today. An area developed today for residential purposes for example will influence our built environment for decades. This means that special criteria or rules have to be developed on how we deal with such decisions and transformations. The aim of the project is to develop necessary knowledge for the transition towards a Circular Economy and how technical knowledge can best be used into the governance aspects of these developments
More specifically this project aims to test and examine circular area development for the Binckhorst (a specific area in The Hague). Within this discussion, the circular discourse is frequently used and has the potential to bring together contemporary and future area development with other important transitions as the energy transition, industry 4.0, social inclusiveness and climate change adaption.
The project itself is set up in an innovative way, namely as a co-creation project. This entails that knowledge production (cf. theory and policy) is not only done by the involved research institutions, but also with the relevant private and public stakeholders, this by organizing workshops, round tables etc.
|Funder:||Province of Zuid-Holland|
|Overall budget:||€ 1.039.083|
|Grant amount:||€ 1.039.083 |
Contribution to TU Delft: € 328.700
|Role TU Delft:||Lead partner|
|Project duration:||August 2018 - September 2020|
|TU Delft researchers:||Prof.dr. Ellen van Bueren |
Dr. Karel Van den Berghe
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Leiden University, Wageningen University