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‘FUTURE OF TALLINN 2021+’ workshop series for citizens

‘FUTURE OF TALLINN 2021+’ workshop series for citizens

This spring several districts host a series of workshops on the ‘FUTURE OF TALLINN 2021+’ to involve active citizens in the process of designing the future of their district as well as the entire city.

The draft Development Plan of Tallinn 2021+ developed under the auspices of the City’s Strategy Unit will serve as reference framework for discussions - it is available  here. The workshops will focus on topics like public urban space, mobility and local services and we expect you to provide feedback on the draft.

Workshops will be held according to the following schedule:

  • 14 May - Haabersti/Mustamäe (Haabersti Recreational Centre, Ehitajate tee 109A/2, 3rd floor)
  • 20 May – Central District (Central District Youth Centre, Raua 23 Tallinn)
  • 21 May – Nõmme/Pirita (Nõmme District Government, Valdeku 13)
  • 28 May – Northern Tallinn/Kristiine (Northern Tallinn Day Centre, Sõle 61 A)
  • 30 May – Lasnamäe (Lasnamäe Centrum, Mustakivi tee 13)

Workshops will be held from 17:00 to 20:00 save for the Central District where it runs from 17:30 to 20:30 and Lasnamäe from 18:00.

Workshops will be in Estonian except for the workshop at Lasnamäe which will be bilingual - Estonian and Russian.

Don’t miss the chance to shape the future of our city! To this end REGISTER FOR YOUR LOCAL DISTRICT WORKSHOP NO LATER THAN ONE BUSINESS DAY IN ADVANCE using the link here. Try to register for the event at the least three business days in advance so that we can count you in at the coffee table!

The priorities to be addressed during workshops vary across districts are as follows:

NÕMME and PIRITA

How should the city authorities develop mobility?

Which alternative mobility solutions could be used in the city to reduce the use of passenger cars?  How does motorisation affect your daily routines? What are the alternatives?

How to influence the diversification of mobility?

How to improve traffic safety for everyone, including children (through designing urban space, for instance)?

How to develop safe cycling routes and bicycle parking lots?

What should public transport look like in the future?

A single-centre or multi-centre city?

What should Tallinn be like so that people would not move to neighbouring municipalities?

How to control housing development - should we further develop the city centre or focus on other districts?

How should the city control the design of public space in garden suburbs?

What kind of venues for meeting and joint activities does the local community need?

What would a cool or awesome public space (including squares, public grounds, green zones) look like?

What should your district government do to improve family-friendliness (residential buildings and the whole living environment)?

How to promote physical activity of all citizens?

What makes your daily routines convenient?

What would be the optimal distance between your residence and public services like shops, nurseries, schools, libraries and social welfare institutions? How could the city authorities help in this regard?

What kind of role should the city authorities play in disease prevention and ensuring access to treatment?

HAABERSTI and MUSTAMÄE

How should the city authorities develop mobility?

Is the continued growth of motorisation acceptable? How does motorisation affect your daily routines? What are the alternatives, if any?

How to improve traffic safety for everyone, including children (through designing urban space, for instance)?

How to develop safe cycling routes and bicycle parking lots?

What should public transport look like in the future?

A single-centre or multi-centre city?

What should Tallinn be like so that people would not move to neighbouring municipalities?

How to control housing development - should we further develop the city centre or focus on other districts?

What should enjoyable public spaces look like in Haabersti and Mustamäe?

How to make apartment block districts (residential buildings and urban space) more human-friendly and enjoyable?  How to solve the parking space problem and promote active mobility and physical activity in yards and parks and on public grounds?

How to make districts other than the city centre more attractive for visitors?

What kind of venues for meeting and joint activities does the local community need?

What makes your daily routines convenient?

What would be the optimal distance between your residence and public services like shops, nurseries, schools, libraries and social welfare institutions?

How could the city authorities help in this regard?

CENTRAL DISTRICT

How should the city authorities develop mobility?

How to influence the diversification of mobility?

Which alternative mobility solutions could be used in the city to reduce the use of passenger cars?

How to develop safe cycling routes and bicycle parking lots?

What should public transport look like in the future?

A single-centre or multi-centre city?

What should Tallinn be like so that people would not move to neighbouring municipalities?

How to control housing development - should we further develop the city centre or focus on other districts?

What would a cool or awesome public space (including squares, public grounds, green zones) in the city centre look like?

What should your district government do to improve family-friendliness in city centre (residential buildings and the whole living environment)?

How to make the Central District safer?

What should we do to ensure safety for everyone, including children, in the Central District?

How to diversify the use of Old Town?

How to reconcile the daily life of locals with the constant presence of tourists in the Old Town?

How to bring local life back to the Old Town?

KRISTIINE and NORTHERN TALLINN

How should the city authorities develop mobility?

How does motorisation affect your daily routines? Which alternative mobility solutions could be used in the city to reduce the use of passenger cars?   

How to influence the diversification of mobility?

How to improve traffic safety for everyone, including children (through designing urban space, for instance)?

How to develop safe cycling routes and bicycle parking lots?

What should public transport look like in the future?

A single-centre or multi-centre city?

What should Tallinn be like so that people would not move to neighbouring municipalities?

How to control housing development - should we further develop the city centre or focus on other districts?

What should enjoyable public spaces look like in Kristiine and Northern Tallinn?

What kind of venues for meeting and joint activities does the local community (incl. youth) need?

What would a human-friendly and enjoyable public space look like in apartment block areas as well as garden suburbs?

What kind of role does design play in shaping public spaces?

How to make districts other than the city centre more attractive for visitors?

What should city authorities do to make residential buildings and the living environment family-friendly in your district?

How to promote physical activity of all citizens?

What makes your daily routines convenient?

What would be the optimal distance between your residence and public services like shops, nurseries, schools, libraries and social welfare institutions?

How could the city authorities help in this regard?

LASNAMÄE

How should the city authorities develop mobility?

Is the continued growth of motorisation acceptable? How does motorisation affect your daily routines? What are the alternatives, if any?

How to improve traffic safety for everyone, including children (through designing urban space, for instance)?

How to develop safe cycling routes and bicycle parking lots?

What should public transport look like in the future?

A single-centre or multi-centre city?

What should Tallinn be like so that people would not move to neighbouring municipalities?

How to control housing development - should we further develop the city centre or focus on other districts?

What should enjoyable public spaces look like in Lasnamäe?

How to make apartment block districts (residential buildings and urban space) more human-friendly and enjoyable, and how to solve the parking space problem and promote active mobility and physical activity in yards and parks and on public grounds?

How should current wastelands be used?

How to make districts other than the city centre more attractive for visitors?

What kind of venues for meeting and joint activities does the local community need, if any?

What makes your daily routines convenient?

What would be the optimal distance between your residence and public services like shops, nurseries, schools, libraries and social welfare institutions?

How could the city authorities help in this regard?

Last modified 21.02.2024