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Publication Detail
Online participation: the Woodberry Down experiment
  • Publication Type:
    Working discussion paper
  • Authors:
    Hudson-Smith A, Evans S, Batty M, Batty S
  • Publisher:
    Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL)
  • Publication date:
    12/2002
  • Place of publication:
    London, UK
  • Report number:
    60
  • Series:
    CASA Working Papers
  • Status:
    Published
  • Print ISSN:
    1467-1298
  • Notes:
    Imported via OAI, 16:54:26 4th May 2005
Abstract
The internet and world wide web are generating radical changes in the way we are able tocommunicate. Our ability to engage communities and individuals in designing theirenvironment is also beginning to change as new digital media provide ways in whichindividuals and groups can interact with planners and politicians in exploring their future.This paper tells the story of how the residents of one of the most disadvantagedcommunities in Britain ? the Woodberry Down Estate in the London borough ofHackney ? have begun to use an online system which delivers everything from routineservices about their housing to ideas about options for their future. Woodberry Down isone of the biggest regeneration projects in Western Europe. It will take at least 10 years,probably much longer, to complete, at a cost of over £150 million. Online participation isone of the many ways in which this community is being engaged but as we will show, itis beginning to act as a catalyst. The kinds of networks which are evolving aroundsystems like these will change the nature of participation itself, the ways we need to thinkabout it, and the ways we need to respond. Before the experiment is described, we set thecontext by describing the wide range of digital media for communicating plans andplanning which suggests a new typology for web participation consistent with this fastemerging network culture.
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