Initier une démarche participative intégrant bénéfices individuels et intérêts collectifs dans le cas de la reconversion de friches urbaines polluées
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Brownfield redevelopment provides opportunities to build sustainable cities for the future. However, brownfield sites are often contaminated from previous industrial activities (e.g. waste disposal, manufacturing, chemical activities or petroleum using services). In 2 France, brownfield redevelopment is justified by a cost-benefit analysis conducted in management plans which are used for brownfield redevelopment projects involving a change in use. Hence, successful brownfield redevelopment projects must meet two conditions. Firstly, all costs, constraints, and benefits resulting from any brownfield redevelopment projects must be correctly anticipated and evaluated. Secondly, it is essential to initiate participatory processes between project stakeholders in order to increase social acceptability of brownfield redevelopment decisions. The aim of this paper is to propose a methodological approach to improve ex-ante stakeholders' involvement and hence social acceptability of land-use plans in the case of brownfield redevelopment projects. The methodological approach combines three steps. We show how this approach can be applied in order to craft public policy recommendations for urbans planners that could be integrated into any brownfield redevelopment project using an example of a brownfield redevelopment project located in the Pays de la Loire region (France).
Keywords: contaminated site; participatory process; multi-criteria decision aid; experimental economics; friche urbaine polluée; brownfield land; aide multicritère à la décision; processus participatif (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in 4. journées doctorales sur la participation et la démocratie participative, Groupe d'Interêt Scientifique Participation du Public, Décision, Démocratie Participative (GIS Participation du Public, Décision, Démocratie Participative). FRA., Nov 2015, Lille, France. 18 p
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