Coproducing Urban Renewal in the Netherlands

  • David Godschalk
  • John Zeisel
Part of the Environment, Development, and Public Policy book series (EDPE)


To an outsider, the participants did not seem to belong together. The bearded young man talking at the lectern wore old jeans and had arrived on a motorcycle. The clean-shaven older men in their coats and ties, listening attentively, and their wives in nice print dresses had arrived at the auditorium by bus. A couple of professional-looking men were passing out information sheets. What were these disparate people doing together on a summer evening at the Technical University at Delft?


City Council Project Leader Urban Renewal Project Coordinator Housing Association 
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  • John Zeisel

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