In the following thesis an insight into the development of Rentemestervej in Copenhagen's Northwest district will follow - this through an understanding of the physical development plans for the area and through the gathered empirical data. After a thorough knowledge of the conditions in the Northwest neighborhood of Copenhagen we are convinced that there are potentials along Rentemestervej. Potentials, which we find essential to take into account in a planning process. Whether they are weighted in Copenhagen's approach to the area renewal of Rentemestervej will follow. In this context the thesis will throw further light on the question regarding how a planning proces appear in 2015 where both municipal, social, cultural and economic parameters are brought into play. This is done via the applied theory, where terms like 'right to the city', ‘communities in the city’ and ‘cluster theory’ will be affected - all to establish a detailed picture of how planning processes can appear today and how the theory can be equated with the physical development plans of Rentemestervej.
|Uddannelser||Geografi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||14 maj 2015|
|Vejledere||Peter Hegelund Skriver|
- Pluralistisk planlægning
- Retten til byen