Mediation tools for residents, tenants’ associations, and authority representatives managing urban renewal processes (TAMA 38, etc.)
Urban renewal processes, such as TAMA 38 or Pinui binui (evacuation and development), are complex projects that raise many questions: how are these projects executed? What are the key considerations? Are they harmful? What if neighbors disagree? Should the developer or the residents manage the project? As it stands today, residents are expected to take an active role in such processes but receive no instruction or aid. This is where Mosaica steps in to help improve, instruct, and guide urban renewal projects.
The goal is to help residents effectively manage their role in the process, preventing potential harm to their interests, and assisting all involved factors to cooperate and work effectively together.
Want to hear more?
Email us with the title line: “Interested in urban renewal training.” Please include your full name, phone number, and place of residence.