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Monitoring sustainable urban development Umeå_Open Data_17 feb 2014

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The Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities 1 Monitoring Sustainable Urban Development Plans using RFSC and Open Data

MONITORING SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT PLANS USING RFSC AND OPEN DATA • Koos van Dijken, Platform 31 2 • Koos van Dijken, Platform 31 • Nathalie Debord, La Rochelle and Adam Duchac, Hradec Kralove • Daniel Levisson and Albert Edman, City of Umeå • Hugo Poelman, DG Regional and Urban Policy, European Commission • Question and Answer session

Introduction to the RFSC The Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 3 WWW.RFSC.EU

Introduction to the RFSC The Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 4

Our support (info@rfsc.eu ou www.rfsc.eu) • Helpdesk • Events, newsletter • Information, demonstration and Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 5 demonstration and training material • For specific needs, regions, or themes • We support Ambassador Cities and peer group of cities • We come to you

Introduction to the RFSC The Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 6

Introduction to the RFSC Sign up! Create a Visitors Account Ask for extended rights to become RFSC-city Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 7

A toolkit for cities • an interactive web-tool • facilitating the dialogue about sustainable and integrated urban development Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 8 – within cities – between cities – with local stakeholders – across sectors – at different political levels (local, regional, national, European) – within different levels of governance

Benefits: better communication & results • about sustainable and integrated strategies and projects • amongst and between different groups • fostering integrated thinking and actions Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 9 • fostering integrated thinking and actions • illustrate and explain decision-making processes • compare the impact and results for different alternatives • improve coordination and give reasons for the choices taken • assessing progress over time • building capacity in urban management

Three main sections of RFSC Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 10

3 main tools Checklist to develop a sustainable urban development strategy Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 11 Check whether a strategy or project is developed in an integrated manner Build a monitoring system to evaluate a strategy or project Choose the tool that best fit your needs

The “core” of the 3 tools 25 questions on sustainable urban development • covering the European objectives and principles grouped by the 4 pillars of sustainability Cities of Tomorrow – Workshop urban development plans, RFSC and open data, 17 February 2014, Brussels 12 • grouped by the 4 pillars of sustainability – economy – social affairs – environment – governance • each question specified with sub-questions to go into details and to stimulate further debate

La Rochelle (France) Hradec Králové (Czech Republic) Umeå (Sweden) Presentation of the peerpeer--cities networkcities network

A peer-cities network? What for? • To broaden our scope of reflexion : good practices can be found everywhere in Europe. The RFSC webtool is a useful and relevant place to share them, using a common language. Who to collaborate with? • Cities with similar features/needs. Our 3 cities, Hradec Králové, Umeå and La Rochelle are medium-sized cities, focusing on the monitoring ofLa Rochelle are medium-sized cities, focusing on the monitoring of sustainable development plans. • However, each of our 3 cities works differently on it, depending the local context, the cultural background regarding evaluation and monitoring, and the needs. • One strong common point: being convinced by the tool (-but we’ve been RFSC test cities since 2011!)-, as a starting point / basis to improve communication, internally or externally, by involving people through dialogue. • La Rochelle “case study”

La Rochelle : where do we start from ? Our expectations regarding the RFSC, from 2011 on (the testing phase): - Develop an internal culture around sustainable development - Foster a culture of assessment of the projects developed - Enter a new platform for European exchanges - Share a strategic common vision and set off a cross-disciplinary dialogue between the departments. A tool for management The “check the integrated approach” tool : our favourite so far ! -Weighting of the importance of an objective -Qualitative assessment -Clear, explicit vision of the project thanks to the spider diagram. Monitoring of global, complex and long-term projects (with multiple milestones) to identify and manage interdependencies between different actions

- The 2014 context : the monitoring of our Agenda 21 local action plan - The process : focusing on the third tool of the RFSC, dedicated to monitoring progress to: – ensure the availability of data, – check whether they can be accessed easily. A first very important step in strengthening our culture of monitoring and evaluation. Build a monitoring system to evaluate a strategy or project A first very important step in strengthening our culture of monitoring and evaluation. - The third tool: Question of the definition / “sphere of operation” of indicators Question of relevance : Regarding the monitoring of the local action plan of the Agenda 21, Regarding the monitoring of sustainable development, clear enough to enable a “portait of territory”, shareable with citizens.

RFSC Experience Practical output • Establish cooperation with relevant peer cities • Gain and share experience with integrated approach and strategic planning • Opportunity to engage local stakeholders • Multi-level governance• Multi-level governance RFSC web tool • Integrated and simplified approach to monitor sustainable urban development • Possibility to set custom indicators • Clear graphical output

3rd seminar – June 2014, Czech Republic Focus • RFSC role in local politics • Dissemination of RFSC • Workshops (using the RFSC, beeing RFSC administrator) Participants • peer cities • international guests • Czech cities • Czech national contact point for RFSC (Ministry for Local Development) • anyone interested in RFSC and/or integrated approach

Thank you for your attention! La Rochelle Nathalie Clain-Beauchef - Responsible for the Agenda 21 nathalie.clain-beauchef@agglo-larochelle.fr Nathalie Debord - European Projects officer nathalie.debord@agglo-larochelle.fr Hradec Králové Adam Duchac – Development Strategies Manager adam.duchac@mmhk.czadam.duchac@mmhk.cz Eliska Babkova - Development Strategies Manager eliska.Babkova@mmhk.cz Umeå Daniel Levisson – Responsible for monitoring spatial planning daniel.levisson@umea.se Albert Edman - Head of Urban development and Sustainability albert.edman@umea.se

New noise (by Refused) We lack the motion to move to the new beat … How can we expect anyone to listen If we're using the same old voice? We need new noise New art for the real peopleNew art for the real people … We dance to all the wrong songs We enjoy all the wrong moves We dance to all the wrong songs We're not leading … We lack the motion to move to the new beat

Monitoring sustainable urban development plans using RFSC and Open data Umeå and Sweden case study - Sustainable Ålidhem district Daniel Levisson Albert Edman City of Umeå, Sweden

Starting points – City of Umeå Spatial plan objectives City council strategic objectives

Strategic reasons, why join RFSC? • Gain and share experience with strategic planning • Integrated and simplified approach to monitoring sustainable urban development • Multi-level governance Practical reasons, why work with the RFSC • Establish cooperation with relevant peer cities with • Proven track record and results • Similar urban challenges • Continue success with other EU projects (M-Spice, URBACT)

Input 1 – RFSC 28 Key indicators Governance

What is Open data? ”…catalysing the evolution of open data culture to create economic, environmental, and social value. It helps unlock supply, generates demand, Input 2 - Open data value. It helps unlock supply, generates demand, creates and disseminates knowledge to address local and global issues” /Open Data Institute (ODI)

Input 2 - Open data

Input 2 - Open data

About Ålidhem city district • 7 000 inhabitants (6 % of Umeå) • High student population • Mainly rented apartments • NOT Umeå’s most deprived area Devastating fire (Christmas 2008) About ”Sustainable Ålidhem” • National pilot - 1 000 inhabitants • Energy efficiency & small rent increases • Systemic approach (District - City – EU) • Access to ”open data” - Umeå university

Case Sustainable Ålidhem (K 5) - Employment rate for women and men aged 20-64 70 80 20 30 40 50 60 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 EU-28 Umeå Sustainable Ålidhem

Case Sustainable Ålidhem (K 10) - Share of 30-34 years old having completed tertiary or equivalent education - with reference value of at least 40% 50 60 0 10 20 30 40 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 EU-28 Umeå Sustainable Ålidhem

Case Sustainable Ålidhem Energy efficiency per capita 100 110 EU target EU Sweden Umeå 50 60 70 80 90 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 %

Case Sustainable Ålidhem Energy efficiency per capita 100 110 EU target EU Sweden Umeå 50 60 70 80 90 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 Umeå Sustainable Ålidhem

New noise (by Refused) We lack the motion to move to the new beat … How can we expect anyone to listen If we're using the same old voice? We need new noise New art for the real peopleNew art for the real people … We dance to all the wrong songs We enjoy all the wrong moves We dance to all the wrong songs We're not leading … We lack the motion to move to the new beat

Suggestions for further development • City responsibilities – Monitor local development and plans – Share and exchange knowledge – Analyse systemic effects– Analyse systemic effects • EU and Member States roles – Support monitoring with auto-generated data – Facilitate city exchanges – Multi-level governance coordination

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