Flashcards in Place KQ5- How are places created through placemaking processes? Deck (13):
What is the role of governments in placemaking?
-National governments represent the country on an international stage
-Local governments represent smaller areas or towns as places
What are the challenges associated with rising populations in places?
-where will people live?
-where will people work?
-what type of communities will people live in?
-how will people and goods move around?
Who participates in placemaking?
-industry and businesses
The process by which a place has an identity created, either intentionally or unintentionally
Development associated with rebranding, usually involving cultural, artistic, or sporting elements
Developments aimed at changing negative perceptions of a place, making it more attractive to investment
How can governments and organisations attempt to present places to the wider world to attract inward investment?
-financial benefits to companies e.g. extempt from tariffs
-cooperation between different levels of government
Give an example of how governments can provide financial benefits to companies in order to attract inward investment
The UKs membership of the EU attracted Hitachi as cars exported to Europe were exempt from tariffs
How can architecture contribute to placemaking?
-buildings can reflect the culture of a place
-buildings link to the history of a place
-flagship architecture can attract visitors
What are planners responsible for in the design of areas?
-industrial and housing development
The rise in what kind of resident encourages cities to become 24 hour cities?
Give examples of the services needed to make a city a 24 hour city
-food outlets e.g. McDonald's open 24 hours
-theatres and art galleries open later