Here is a collection of community atlases created for the five neighbourhoods in which the COMENSI project is being delivered. Each atlas is unique as it has been co-designed with the community to represent their ideas and priorities. All atlases are available in the local language to ensure it is as accessible as possible to the community it serves.
The atlases are used to visualise the information collected during the engagement and participatory actions and to support their collaborative and communication capacities.
Mehringplatz, Berlin: Mehringplatz Anknipsen is a digital atlas dedicated to the Südliche Friedrichstadt and the surrounding territories of Kreuzberg and Mitte.
Mildmay, London: The Mildmay Atlas will focus on memories of the local community to encourage a sense of place and empower residents to help shape its future.
Savsko naselje, Ljubljana: Savsko naselje Atlas is focused on how it can help the local residents “here and now” by collecting useful information about the different interesting places, services and local stakeholders.
Bairro da Ajuda, Lisbon: Ajuda is one of the 25 local municipalities/parishes that constitute the city of Lisbon - its Atlas collects memories, stories, ideas and wishes from residents to envision the future.