MILU Guide: Practitioners' Handbook for Multifunctional Intensive Land Use

MILU Guide;
Practitioners' Handbook for Multifunctional Intensive Land Use

The MILU Guide is a document for planners, architects, developers, policy makers and public servants working in the field of regional and urban planning.

The Guide introduces the characteristics and benefits of Multifunctional and Intensive Land Use (MILU). It explains why MILU development is sustainable development. It describes the MILUnet methodology, a method to realize more and better MILU developments and gives an overview of reference cases from all over Europe.

The purpose of this Guide is to assist and support professionals dealing with MILU and other related planning issues in an interactive way; using the Workshop formula of the Implementation Laboratory or Implementation Lab. to accelerate the exchange of observations, suggestions and the production of recommendations, transcending hierarchical, cultural and/or language barriers.

It also contains good practice and reference cases that illustrate the intended more sustainable development of regions and cities.

Title: MILU Guide: Practitioners' Handbook for Multifunctional Intensive Land Use

Edited by: Huibert A. Haccoû, Tjeerd Deelstra, Karolina Krosnicka, Michiel Dol, Marthijn Kramer.

87 Pages.

Published by: The Habiforum Foundation, 2007
ISBN    978-90-806647-46-5-3