SumProject en SumResearch are forming Sum

SumProject and SumResearch are forming Sum
SumProject offers architecture and engineering that breathes and organises space, which is pleasant and efficient, innovative and technical. Sum focuses on complex historical city center and sustainable development projects. SumResearch, a full branch office and steady partner of SumProject, has specialized in policy development and preliminary studies for the public and the private sectors. Sum is for more than 45 years active on local, regional and international scale, in Belgium, Brussels, Flanders & Wallonie, the North of France and in Central Europe.

Boris HUYGHEBAERT

partner of Sum (SumProject + SumResearch)

Urban fights

DON’T THROW AWAY, RE‐USE!

The territory : intervention zone of the PRD (Regional development scheme)

Area for strengthened housing  and urban renewal policy Report of a social and urban  fracture generated by:
• •

Industrial decline Phenomenon of peripheral  urban development

Definition of the area of prioritary  intervention of the regional  intervention Abandoned neighbourhoods  cumulating handicaps

Neighbourhood development contracts
perimeters of the operations

1994 - 2014
Series

13 [2009‐2013] 14 [2010‐2014] 1  8

Series

Series

[inactive / closed] Series

9  12

[active / ongoing]

Area for strengthened housing  and urban renewal policy

Implementation of neigbourhood contracts Time schedule for the implementation of the renewal programmes

10 months Programme definition Preliminary Analysis and definition of action programme

4 years operational phase 2 years 2 years Finishing of the sites

Real estate projects (parts 1,2,3,5infrastructure)

Neigbourhood development (public space)

operational phase

4 years Projets of the socio-économical part Phase opérationnelle Operational phase

Programme  of urban renewal

Part 1 ‐ 2 ‐ 3

Before 

After 

Part 4

Before 

After 

Part 5

Implementation of neigbourhood contracts Time schedule for the implementation of the renewal programmes

10 months Programme definition Preliminary Analysis and definition of action programme

4 years operational phase 2 years 2 years Finishing of the sites

Real estate projects (parts 1,2,3,5infrastructure)

Neigbourhood development (public space)

operational phase

4 years Projets of the socio-économical part Phase opérationnelle Operational phase

Local Board for integrated developmention (CLDI) Composition of the CLDI

C.P.A.S. Région

City

Réseau Habitat Mission locale O.O.T.B.

COCOF VGC Habitants désignés par l’AG

Représentants associatifs, scolaires ou économiques

désignés par l’AG

SUSTAINABLE APPROCHE of the NEIGHBOURHOOD 1. Diagnosis of the neighbourhood 2. Water in the neighbourhood 3. Opportunities of the collective housing

Diagnosis of the neighbourhood

Diagnostic
Energy and the buildings

26% of the buildings have a very bad energy pasport 31% with a bad energy pasport

Diagnostic
Energy in the neighbourhood

- Important grouped buildings - New building projects, linked to the neighbourhood contract - New public spaces That gives the opportunity the build up an

“energygrid “

ENERGY Opportunities for collective energygrid Fase 1

ENERGY Opportunities for collective energygrid Fase 2

ENERGY Opportunities for collective energygrid Fase 3

WATER

- Close to the canal and the river Zenne - A lot of open space - New public spaces

Opportunities for potential pilot project for urban water household

WATER

Verhoudingen in grondinname Verhardingen (wegenissen) Gebouwen Toegankelijke parken Overige open ruimte (deels permeabel)

25% 41% 9% 25%

WATER

- Close to the canal and the river Zenne - A lot of open space - New public spaces

Opportunities for potential pilot project for urban water household

WATER

Estimated water usage by function
Estimated daily consumption: 114 litres per person It is possible to save up 65 lters of tapwater a day by using rain- and greywater

grijs water: 40 liter per dag per persoon leidingwater: 49 liter per dag per persoon

regenwater: 25 l per dag per persoon

Diagnosis of the neighbourhood Opportunities for “urban green”

Diagnosis of the neighbourhood
Air Quality (Nitrogen)

Diagnosis of the neighbourhood
Noise

Diagnosis of the neighbourhood
Noise

Diagnosis of the neighbourhood

Conclusions of the diagnostic resources and environment
57% of the existing buildings are poorly insulated NO separate rain water Poor nature existance in this neighbourhood Air quality, noise and traffic situation puts the neighbourhood under pressure (impact of road traffic). Only one park is relative calm. All the other major public venues are subject to heavy noisepollution. Safety and cleanliness are major concerns of the people

the north – south railway gap

station kapellekerk

recycl’art project

recycl’art project

recycl’art project

Brigittine Cultural Center

Brigittine Cultural Center

Location

SumProject
Architecture & Engineering

Location detailed

SumProject
Architecture & Engineering

Existing situation

Localisation

SumProject
Architecture & Engineering

Volumetry of the existing situation

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