BP8 – Szeszgyár Square – Public participatory planning

BP8 – Szeszgyár Square – Public participatory planning

In 2021, the Municipality of Józsefváros decided to make Szeszgyár Street passable for pedestrians by demolishing an old fence wall on the Kőris Street side and name the resulting new public space Szeszgyár köz. In parallel with the opening in 2022, the design of the entire street got started, with the segment between Kőris street and Visi street being redesigned as a pedestrian street. During the public participatory planning process, the renovation of Szeszgyár Street and Szeszgyár köz was planned together with the involvement of the citizens concerned, local businesses, institutions and other organisations. RÉV8 Zrt. was commissioned to carry out the participatory planning, including the process, facilitation and the tools used in the events, in cooperation with the Urban Future Laboratory (UFLab).

project team:  György Alföldi DLA / Olívia Kurucz / Csilla Sárkány / Máté Lukács / Dániel Győrfi / Ágnes Herbszt / Lilla Gerencsér / Cecília Varga

Skills: 2022, public participation, publications, workshops
Client: RÉV8 Zrt.