APL350 Projects´ Initiation and Implementation in Urban Development
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Course responsible: Erling Dokk Holm, Terje Holsen
Teachers: Terje Holsen
ECTS credits: 15
Faculty: Faculty of Landscape and Society
Teaching language: NO
Limits of class size:
Students in programs: M-EIE, M-EUTV og M-BYREG
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Spring parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Spring parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: Study year 2010-2011
M-BYREG; M-EUTV; M-EIE og M-LA
The course APL 350 address procedural aspects of developing and implementing urban development projects. This include assessment of municipal superior plans and preparation of detailed plans, including the use of development agreements. The course also analyses the economics of development projects by assessing construction cost and analyzing income potentials.
The course discusses the various means of implementation of plans and project ideas, and relate these to development projects' economic sustainability. The course emphasizes urban redevelopment projects with housing as an important component.
We work with specific development projects and analyzes factors that determine the parameters for project implementation, and we produce action plans for the realization of the project.
The course will provide students with knowledge and skills in implementation of urban development projects. Particular emphasis is placed on how local planning authorities facilitate individual development projects and the intersection between the developer and the planning authority.
The course operationalize the students' knowledge in the planning discipline with the aim of strengthening their understanding on the implementation of development projects. The course will also give insight into the economic sustainability in urban (re) development projects.
Intensive lectures, site visits, day conference as intended to serve as support for group work and discussion groups. All students must attend lectures and work in groups.
Teacher participate in fieldwork. Teacher contribute with guidance in project work. Teachers organize and participate in seminars.https://idp.feide.no/simplesaml/module.php/feide/login.php?asLen=175&AuthState=_5c1c62a8b779ab620458f96894925df618d16e3bda%3Ahttps%3A%2F%2Fidp.feide.no%2Fsimplesaml%2Fsaml2%2Fidp%2FSSOService.php%3Fspentityid%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fnmbu.instructure.com%252Fsaml2%26cookieTime%3D1585750616Canvas
Syllabus announced at semester start. It include - among others these articles
Nordahl, B: Reguleringsrisiko i Eiendomsutvikling i tidligfase, redigert av A. Røsnes og Ø. Kristoffersen. Senter for Eiendomsfag.
Røsnes, A. (2005) Byutviklingskostnader; tilbudsinitiert eller etterspørselsdrevet? I Fimreite, A. L. og Medalen T. (red) Governance i norske storbyer , Scandinavian Academic Press, Spartacus Forlag, Oslo
Van der Krabben, E. and Jacobs, H (2013): Public land development as strategic tool for redevelopment: Reflections on the Dutch experience. In Land Use Policy 30 (2013) 774 - 783 (9 sider)
Adams, A Disberry, N Hutchison, T Munjoma Ownership constraints to brownfield redevelopment. Environment and Planning A 2001, volume 33, pages 453 - 477 (22 sider)
Carl Caesar (2016) Municipal land allocations: integrating planning and selection of developers while transferring public land for housing in Sweden. In Journal of Housing and Build Environment, J Hous and the Built Environ (2016) 31: 257. doi:10.1007/s10901-015-9457-2 (19 sider)
R. Alterman (2012): Land Use Regulation and Property Value. Fra Oxford Handbook of Urban Economics and Planning (34 sider)
Adair, A., Berry, J., Hutchison, N., Mcgreal, S. (2007): Attracting Institutional Investment into Regeneration: Necessary Conditions for Effective Funding, Journal of Property Research, 24:3, 221-240.
Field Work, project works with the delivery of projects.
Project work in groups and individuel task (essay)
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse)
Type of course:
Approx. 155 hours of lectures
Approx. 220 hours of group assignment
External examiner Charlotte Helleland. The written project work is evaluated by oral defense of the students.
Examination details: Portfolio: Letter grades