Mapping disruptive long-term scenarios using a participatory approach
AuthorsMolinero Parejo, Ramón; Aguilera Benavente, Francisco Israel; Gómez Delgado, Montserrat; Soria Lara, Julio Alberto
IdentifiersPermanent link (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10017/57731
This work was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities and European Social Found, under grant State Programme for the Promotion of Talent and its Employability in R&D (PRE2018-084663). The work was also supported by Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness under grant TRANSURBAN project (CSO2017-86914-C2-1-P) and the research program ‘Estímulo a la Excelencia para Profesores Universitarios Permanentes’ funded by University of Alcalá and the Community of Madrid (EPU-INV/2020/009).
JOURNAL OF MAPS, 2021, v. 17, n. 1, p. 106-115
Participatory mapping workshop
Urban land use
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Although mapping long-term scenarios can be considered crucial in decision-making, its inclusion in planning processes remains a challenge. This paper aims to gain insights into this by showing a participatory mapping method that creates a dialogue and interaction space between stakeholders and experts. The research was based on three 2050 visions, taking as a case study the eastern sector of the metropolitan area of Madrid, Spain. The method consisted of conducting a participatory mapping workshop involving urban planners, transport engineers, environmental consultants, and property developers. Those experts mapped transformations in urban land use for each 2050 scenario. The results evidenced differences between the three 2050 scenarios, highlighting the usefulness of the participatory mapping workshop to represent the amount and nature of growth in urban land use and organisation of the transport network.
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