Die rebellische Stadt

Triebkräfte und Potenziale des Aufbegehrens in Planungsprozessen

Editor: Felix Bentlin, Detlef Kurth, Angela Million, Holger Schmidt, Thomas Fischer

Size: 59 pages
Format: 14,8 x 21,0 cm
Publishing year: 2020
ISBN 978-3-7983-3122-8

How do young planners deal with rebellion and resistance in urban planning? This documentation brings together results from university teaching and a national winter school in Kaiserslautern and uses three remarkable examples to show that protests and conflicts can slow down and delay planning processes, but they also contain valuable impulses and ideas for urban development processes. One of the core tasks of planning today is to negotiate and balance different interests and objectives, making pluralistic planning an essential part of municipal democracy.