The citizen is given a leading role in this new age of civil participation to co-create their built environment. The idea behind this is that with this approach the democracy is improved, the active citizen can express their desires of their living environment and the government can reduce their costs. This sounds ideal but also idealistic. Where is the boundary to such interactions and what assumptions lay behind this new approach? The research consortium of R-LINK asks some critical questions and seeks answers for the above.
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