Neighborhood Planning as Collaborative Democratic Design

@article{Sirianni2007NeighborhoodPA,
  title={Neighborhood Planning as Collaborative Democratic Design},
  author={Carmen Sirianni},
  journal={Journal of the American Planning Association},
  year={2007},
  volume={73},
  pages={373 - 387}
}
  • Carmen Sirianni
  • Published 31 December 2007
  • History
  • Journal of the American Planning Association
Abstract Problem: Historically, neighborhood participation has lapsed into NIMBYism or has not been especially effective at long-term, inclusive, and integrative planning. Purpose: I aim to describe and analyze an example of how local governments can function as civic enablers and capacity builders for collaborative and accountable planning among neighborhood stakeholders and city government. Methods: This is a case study of Seattle's neighborhood planning approach in the 1990s based on… 
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