Value Perceptions of Mix-Use in an Enforcing District
||Han, Qi; Schaefer, Wim; Blokhuis, Erik; Snippe, Jasper; de Hoon, Niels
||Value Perceptions of Mix-Use in an Enforcing District
||18th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands
|| A lot of social, economic and physical problems are found within the 40 problem Districts (Enforcing Districts) located across the Netherlands. A possible way to tackle some of the safety and employment problems is the application of Mix-Use strategy proposed by the Dutch government. Within this research project the perceptions on what Value Characteristics of a district should be realized when applying Mix-Use in an Enforcing District are collected. The value perceptions of the Inhabitants, Housing Corporations and applicable Entrepreneurs for Mix-Use are brought together to one ranking list by the use of the Analytical Hierarchy Process. This ranking list then provides the Value Proposition for the district which, when realized, ensures a bigger chance of success for Mix-Use, the tackling of Enforcing District problems and creating and capturing value for the district. On the basis of the value proposition, a business model is developed to illustrate a win-win situation for the enforcing district projects.
||Value Characteristics, Value Proposition, Mix-Use, Enforcing District, Analytical Hierarchy Process
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||H4: Valuation (II)
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