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Title: Case 3 Approaching Stakeholders to Invest in Urban Regeneration Projects: A fact-sheet construction for projects appraisal in WATERgraafsmeer


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Case 3 Approaching Stakeholders to Invest in
Urban Regeneration Projects A fact-sheet
construction for projects appraisal in
WATERgraafsmeer
By Sustainable Dry Feet Inc.
Utrecht, 29th October 2010
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Index
  • Introduction
  • Who we are?
  • Project description
  • Our Problem Understanding
  • Multidisciplinary Approach
  • Results
  • Governance
  • Fact Sheet
  • Discussion

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Who we are? Dry Feet Inc.
  • Master Student Sustainable Development EPM,
    Portuguese
  • Bachelors degree in Economics. Working experience
    as international financial auditor and assistant.

David Castro
  • Master Student Sustainable Development Business
    Management, Spanish
  • Four years business and supply chain management
    expertise. Previous Master in Chemical
    Engineering. Love traveling and knowing different
    cultures

Laia Fayet
  • Master Student Sustainable Development EPM,
    Dutch
  • BcS in environmental studies at the University of
    Utrecht, specialization in environmental policy
    and governance

Marc Leijtens
  • Master Student Sustainable Development EPM,
    Dutch
  • Bachelor in Psychology worked in Burkina Faso on
    solar energy project. Broadly interested in all
    sustainability topics and especially the business
    aspects of sustainability.

Sanderine van Odijk
  • Master Student Sustainable Development LEB,
    Spanish
  • Bachelor in Biology. Loves climbing, playing the
    drums and listening to good music

Imanol Oquiñena
  • Master Student Sustainable Development EPM,
    Greek
  • Received a Bachelor's degree in Economics and
    Environmental Science and has four years of
    experience in asset management

Jennifer Stamatelos
  • Master Student Sustainable Development EPM,
    Dutch
  • Bachelors on economics, development studies, and
    political science.

Leonardo Verkooijen
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Our Problem Understanding
  • Governance
  • Network, Stakeholders Engagement

OUR SCOPE
Governance
Project Implementation
Fact Sheet Construction
Business Case Construction
Project Identification
  • Fact Sheets
  • Structure, methodology, key indicators
  • Sustainability - Triple Bottom Line Evaluation
  • Economic Impacts, Turnover, Investments
  • Environmental Impacts Energy, Water, Materials,
    Waste, Biodiversity, Land use, Flood prevention,
    Temperature regulation
  • Social Impacts Wellbeing, Quality of Life,
    Health, Education
  • Policy
  • Policy, Regulations and Funding

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Multidisciplinary Proposal Approach
Disciplinary Research
Expected Results
1. Governance
Stakeholder Analysis
SO
  • Depiction stakeholder network

Stakeholder Coalition
ML
  • Stakeholder indicators

2. Policy, Regulation, Funding
JS
  • Policy indicators

Urban Regeneration Projects Fact Sheet Recipe
Eenhoorn Case Study
3. Triple bottom line Evaluation
3.1 Economic Impacts
LV
  • Economic indicators

3.2 Environmental Impacts
  • Environmental indicators

Multiple scenario comparison
Energy, Water, Waste, Emissions (household
level)
LF
  • Indicators

IO
Urban ecology
  • Indicators

3.3 Social Impacts
DC
  • Social indicators

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Project Description
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Results - Stakeholder Analysis
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Results - Governance
  • Stakeholder characteristics interest and power
  • Players (medium power) Waternet, Stadsdeel Oost
    en Projectbureau Wibaut a/d Amstel
  • Player (high power) Ymere
  • Subject Klima Rain
  • Position (cooperation of) inhabitants yet unknown

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Power versus Interest grid
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Recommendations for the Client
  • Four courses of action
  • Cooperation involving Ymere in the
    implementation of energy- and water systems in
    the Rudolf Dieselbuurt
  • Integration and lobbying integration of small
    projects into one coherent program and lobbying
    towards Ymere to achieve joint implementation
  • Financial participation involvement of the
    municipality of Amsterdam in (partial) financing
    the implementation costs
  • Support and project boosting implementation of
    sustainable energy- and water systems on a large
    scale can be achieved by selecting pilot studies
    that will be supported and monitored by the
    municipality to accelerate the learning process.

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Results Policy, regulations and funding
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POLICY SETTING
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lEGAL SETTING
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Results Fact Sheet
  • End result A practical, general fact sheet that
    Waternet can use for future cases.
  • Contains indicators for each relevant section.
  • Presents these across three scenarios.

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Discussion
  • Firstly, any questions? Clarifications?
  • Is this the most convincing way of presenting
    urban regeneration projects and engage
    stakeholders?
  • Suggestions?

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Thank you!
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