KPI-Driven Methodology for Urban Renovation at District Level. Sustainable Strategic Urban Planning†
AbstractSustainable urban renovation is characterized by multiple factors (e.g., technical, socio-economic, environmental and ethical perspectives), different spatial scales and a number of administrative structures that should address the evaluation of alternative scenarios or solutions. This defines a complex decision problem that includes different stakeholders where several aspects need to be considered simultaneously. In spite of the knowledge and experiences during the recent years, there is a need of methods that lead the decision-making processes. In response, a methodology based on a KPI-driven approach for urban renovation at district level is proposed in the European Smart City project CITyFiED. The methodology is a procedure with the energy efficiency as main pillar and the local authorities as client. It is composed of seven phases that ensures an effective dialogue among all the stakeholders, aiming to understand the objectives and needs of the city to deliver a set of customized Strategies for Sustainable Urban Renovation. In order to provide guidance and quantitative criteria, three levels of indicators are integrated into the approach: City Level Indicators (L1) at city & district level, Project Level KPIs (L2), and Impact Assessment Indicators at city level (L3).
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Criado, C.; Vallejo, E.; Arrizabalaga, E.; Vasallo, A.; García-Fuentes, M.Á. KPI-Driven Methodology for Urban Renovation at District Level. Sustainable Strategic Urban Planning. Proceedings 2017, 1, 1114.
Criado C, Vallejo E, Arrizabalaga E, Vasallo A, García-Fuentes MÁ. KPI-Driven Methodology for Urban Renovation at District Level. Sustainable Strategic Urban Planning. Proceedings. 2017; 1(7):1114.Chicago/Turabian Style
Criado, Cristina; Vallejo, Estefanía; Arrizabalaga, Eneko; Vasallo, Ali; García-Fuentes, Miguel Á. 2017. "KPI-Driven Methodology for Urban Renovation at District Level. Sustainable Strategic Urban Planning." Proceedings 1, no. 7: 1114.
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