Toolbox per Steps

Monitoring, Evaluating & Learning

Temporary uses in urban regeneration can often unlock multiple benefits, whether in terms of reactivation and regeneration of social and cultural capital, local heritage, jobs and enterprises creation, more greener and pleasant spaces, among others. However, capturing and measuring their added value in urban regeneration is a challenge.

Scroll down the page to discover tools and resources that can help you leverage temporary uses as drivers of strategic learning throughout urban regeneration processes and pathways

  • Monitoring & Evaluating

Critical Friend Interview

Reflect and learn as your temporary uses strategy keeps ongoing and contributes to transform how people weave in spaces.

  • Monitoring & Evaluating

Theory of Change

Scope out the path and narrative of temporary uses towards long term regeneration impacts.

Other useful tools and resources

  • Monitoring & Evaluating

Illustrated Theories of Change

Get inspiration from the T-Factor pilots’ illustrated ToCs!

  • Scoping & Ideating
  • Monitoring & Evaluating

Outcome Mapping

Define the expected outcomes of your temporary use strategy and how it can contribute to meaningful impact.

  • Monitoring & Evaluating

Ways to Impact in Transformative Urban Regeneration

Discover how different EU projects and initiatives are seeking to unlock and capture impact in urban regeneration.

Useful links and resources

Check the following resource to explore how M&E is understood and applied in T-Factor

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