Urban environment in the environmental city
Conversation and politician's workshop
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What tools do the city's politicians have to create good local centers when the city is densified?
Conversation with Oslo politicians about possible, effective measures until 2030.
A light breakfast is served.
The draft Oslo municipal plan wants the city to be a zero-emission city, and at the same time a pleasant everyday city and a greener city. But there will be conflicts and problems with land use and traffic, financial interests and user interests when this is to be put into practice.
When densified at the junctions it can be at the expense of sun, light, air and a human scale. Are there limits to how close it can be? How can the qualities of the urban environment be assured?
Local centers must have a broad social and cultural offer. What requirements can be placed on public and private developers to ensure qualities in an attractive everyday and environmental city ?
Local centers must be linked to contiguous green areas, rivers and streams. Historical traces, local food production and other things that build up under local identity must be secured. How can green values be safeguarded when challenged by development and densification?