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From regulatory to operational urbanism, a multi scale approach to develop sustainable urban projects

An urban project can be sustainable only if it is a shared objective between the different stakeholders and mainly the inhabitants. With a transversale and multi scale approach, we can deal with the different components of the urbanism as regulation, urban strategy , urban planning, urban program or urban development coorporation to design, finance, develop and implement a sustainable urban project.  

In a couple of years we have accumulated a significant expertise and worked on chalenging projects in France and abroad.  You will find here under some key project references. 

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Low Carbon Eco District

Yogyakarta & Wonosobo - Indonesia

French Agency ADEME

Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing

Seruni 3.1 ha - Pakucen 3.1 ha 

2017-2020

Urban project - Project Management 

Environmental strategy - Capacity Building 

Based on the urban concepts developed during the International  contest in Urban and Architectural Design "Rethink the city for a low carbon future" and as part of the program Low Carbon Eco District (LCED), it has been decided to elaborate the urban proejct and programmes in 2018-2019 of the 2 pilot Low Carbon Eco Dostrcit through a participate approach with the inhabitants of Sureni in Wonosobo and Pakucen in Yogyakarta. The urban programmes will be co-financed through the local governements budget and the KOTAKU national budget to perform the Detail Engineering Detail and tender in 2019 and the construction in 2020-2021. 

International Contest 

Urban and Architectural Design 

French Agency ADEME

Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing

Seruni 3.1 ha - Pakucen 3.1 ha - Organised in April 2018

Urban Concept - Project Management 

Environmental strategy - Capacity Building 

The International  contest in Urban and Architectural Design was part of the program "Rethink the city for a low carbon future" developed in the frame of the program Low Carbon Eco District (LCED). The contest aimed to rethink the urban shape and model to develop new urban shape and architecture to densify city center while preserving the Indonesian social and cultural model. Two areas were selected for the contest : Pakuncen in Yogyakarta and Seruni in Wonosobo. Both areas are slums to be eradicated as part of National program KOTAKU ( city without slums ). The contest has been organised with the support of the French Embassy in a 2 weeks format and has mobilised 60 master students and professors from 5 Indonesian universities ( ITB, UI, UGM, UNDIP, USM ) and 3 French universities (ENSAPB, ENSAS, ENP). The concepts developed during the contest will be diffused through a book. 

International Contest 

Urban and Architectural Design 

French Agency ADEME

Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing

Seruni 3.1 ha - Pakucen 3.1 ha - Organised in April 2018

Urban Concept - Project Management 

Environmental strategy - Capacity Building 

The International  contest in Urban and Architectural Design was part of the program "Rethink the city for a low carbon future" developed in the frame of the program Low Carbon Eco District (LCED). The contest aimed to rethink the urban shape and model to develop new urban shape and architecture to densify city center while preserving the Indonesian social and cultural model. Two areas were selected for the contest : Pakuncen in Yogyakarta and Seruni in Wonosobo. Both areas are slums to be eradicated as part of National program KOTAKU ( city without slums ). The contest has been organised with the support of the French Embassy in a 2 weeks format and has mobilised 60 master students and professors from 5 Indonesian universities ( ITB, UI, UGM, UNDIP, USM ) and 3 French universities (ENSAPB, ENSAS, ENP). The concepts developed during the contest will be diffused through a book. 

Urban Regulation Review  

Indonesia  

French Agency ADEME

Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing

Mission : 2017

Urban Sustainable Development  

Audit and Review - Capacity Building 

 

As part of the program Low Carbon Eco District, the Indonesian urban regulations at the district scale (RTBL) and at the building scale (PerDaBG) has been reviewed and audited both at the national level (presidential and ministerial decrees)  and local level (local regulations regulations and implementation in Palembang, Sumedang, Wonosobo, Cimahi,Banjar Baru) to assess the urban context, drivers and barriers to develop low carbon urban projects in Indonesia. Based on this review 2 national guides with have issued to help the local government to used, improved and updates their urban regulations to design and implement low carbon solutions at solutiosn in their cities. The recommendations have questioned and disucted at national level thrugh a series of workshop with local governments, professional and inhabitanst.w Carbon Eco District (LCED).  

Urban Program - Financing Scheme

Indonesia

Agence Française de Dévelopement (AFD)

Semerang -Banjir Kanal Barat: 74 ha -15 100 inhabitants

Yogyakarta – Gajah Wong : 168 ha -15 650 inhabitants

Wonosobo - Asried : 96 ha -4560 inhabitants 

Mission : 2016-2017

Sustainable Urban program - Financial Scheme

Urban and Operational Strategy

As a follow-up of the 3 urban projects elaborated by the French Agency ADEME and the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing to develop the first Ecodistricts in Indonesia, the Indonesian Government has decided to allocate 61 M$ under the Bluebook 2015-2019 to co-finance the implementation of the Ecodistrict Banjir Kanal Barat in Semarang, the Ecodistrict Gajah Wong in Yogyakarta and the Ecodistrict Asried in Wonosobo. In order to support this project, the AFD has developed a partnership with the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing as foreign donor under the Bluebook mechanism, and has appointed GreenBuilding as the leader of a consortium with Suez Consulting and Paris Institut d’Aménagement et d’Urbanisme to review the urban projects, propose urban and operational strategies, develop urban  programs, and finalise with the 3 cities a 100 M$ co-financing scheme. 

Operational Urbanism Guide 

Indonesia

French Agency ADEME

Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing

National Guide - 2016

Operational Urbanism for Sustainable Urban Development 

Urban Development Tools - Capacity Building 

In the frame of the cooperation in sustainable urban development between France and Indonesia, the French Agency ADEME and the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing have decided to appoint GreenBuilding to elaborate a guide to design, develop, finance and implement sustainable urban project through Urban Development Tools (UDT) and Urban Development Corporations (UDC). The national guide focusses on operational urbanism approaches to be used by Indonesian local governments to implement urban projects not possible to implement with urban planning and urban regulations. The guide deals among other with land management, project management, financial leverage, stakeholder participation, and legal issues. The guide has been developed with the support of the Indonesian Ministry of Internal Affairs (KEMENDAGRI) and the local governments of Semarang, Wonosobo and Yogyakarta.

Eco District Urban Project

Indonesia

French Agency ADEME

Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing

Semerang -Banjir Kanal Barat: 74 ha -15 100 inhabitants

Yogyakarta – Gajah Wong : 168 ha -15 650 inhabitants

Wonosobo - Asried : 96 ha -4560 inhabitants 

Mission : 2016

Sustainable Urban Project - Operational Urbanism

Stakeholder participation - Capacity Building 

In the frame of the cooperation in sustainable urban development between the French Agency ADEME and Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Social Housing, it has been decided to elaborate the Urban project of 3 Ecodistricts as pilot for Indonesia, namely the Ecodistrict Banjir Kanal Barat in Semarang, the Ecodistrict Gajah Wong in Yogyakarta, and the Ecodistrict Asried in Wonosobo. The urban projects have been developed through a strong stakeholder participation with inhabitants and local government. A transversal and operational approach has been used to elaborate the sustainable urban projects, and dedicated Urban Development Tools have been conceived to address the very different urban contexts and scales of each Ecodistrict.

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