Governance and sustainable urban regeneration are inextricably linked, and a multidisciplinary approach is essential for addressing the complex challenges of revitalizing urban areas while promoting sustainability. Effective governance mechanisms, such as public-private partnerships, community engagement, property market dynamics and transparent regulatory frameworks, are pivotal in guiding and shaping sustainable urban regeneration initiatives. Integrating diverse disciplinary perspectives ensures that these projects address sustainability's social, economic, and environmental dimensions, ultimately creating vibrant and sustainable communities.
This roundtable aims to initiate a discussion about governance and urban regeneration, addressing the current environmental, social and economic crises that cities are experiencing and promoting new scenarios for their transformation.
This roundtable welcomes experiences, case studies and new strategies for future urban spaces and assets, following these three key questions:
The roundtable welcomes researchers and practitioners with multidisciplinary approaches, using both qualitative and/or quantitative research methods and addressing the following topics:
Keywords: Governance, urban regeneration, sustainable communities, assets, social impacts and values.