Como parte del Informe GOLD V1 de CGLU, que será publicado a finales de este año, los socios de la Red CoHabitat han contribuido con una serie de casos de estudio basados en su experiencia en proyectos que han logrado superar las desigualdades urbanas y territoriales.
Pierre Arnold y Lea Teillet (urbaMonde)
CIUDADES/PAÍSES QUE INCLUYE
Poissy (Francia), Eindhoven (Países Bajos)
In France and the Netherlands, an important part of the population lives in rental social housing built and managed by public-private entities (known as “social lenders” or “housing associations”) at under market-rate rents, that are additionally often subsidized by the State to ensure affordable housing solutions to low-income households.
However, the concentration of these dwellings in areas that are now impoverished, and where there is a concentration of difficulties in terms of socio-cultural integration and access to higher education and employment, marginalizes their inhabitants. This case study analyses the importance of the integration of the tenants of this housing stock, through their citizen expertise in the processes of urban renewal or new construction that concern them primarily