Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar/handle/123456789/43403
Title: Assessing the relationship between community inclusion and space through Valletta 2018 cultural infrastructural projects on various community groups
Other Titles: Theme 3 community inclusion & space: evaluation & monitoring research findings 2018
Authors: Zammit, Antoine
Aldeiri, Tala
Keywords: Valletta 2018 European Capital of Culture
Political participation -- Malta -- Valletta
Cultural industries -- Malta -- Valletta
Population -- Malta -- Valletta
MUZA - Muzew Nazzjonali tal-Arti (Valletta, Malta)
Land use -- Planning -- Malta -- Valletta
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Valletta 2018 Foundation
Citation: Zammit, A., & Aldeiri, T. (2018). Assessing the relationship between community inclusion and space through Valletta 2018 cultural infrastructural projects on various community groups. Theme 3 community inclusion & space: evaluation & monitoring research findings 2018, 26-42.
Abstract: The report outlines the salient work carried out throughout 2018. Building on the research that had been carried out in 2015 and 2016, which focused on the gathering of data on the four sites, this year saw the same empirical work being carried out and consolidation of data and data analysis for the comparison of results and phenomena. The work covered both the physical and social aspects of the four Valletta neighbourhoods. In order to asses the current state of urban quality, together with a land use analysis of each site and its surrounding context (Stage 5 of the research), two sets of results emanating from deductive physical analyses were compared with data from 2016. Patterns emanating from inductive behavioural analysis (Stage 7 of the research) were in turn compared to the physical results in order to derive potential patterns. A current physical land-use analysis was also carried out with a focus on change of use. The latter was analysed to a greater depth (focusing particularly on ground floor uses) in order to understand the nature of change that the physical fabric has underwent over the duration of this study. All analyses contributed to a richer and deeper understanding of the current state of affairs of the four neighbourhoods which towards the end of 2017 had been supplemented by a PPGIS workshop (Stage 9 of the research) in order to understand local community needs, concerns and aspirations using an accessible online platform. The PPGIS results have also been analysed in the first part of 2018.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar//handle/123456789/43403
Appears in Collections:Valletta 2018 Reports



Items in OAR@UM are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.