• LOOPER stands for Learning Loops in the Public Realm and is funded through JPI Urban Europe with support for the UK portion provided by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
  • The aim of LOOPER is to build a participatory co-creation methodology to demonstrate ‘learning loops’, which are new ways of decision-making that bring together citizens, stakeholders and policy-makers and incorporate visualisation technologies and experimentation.
  • This process takes place through ‘Urban Living Labs’ here in Manchester and also in Brussels and Verona. The Manchester lab has been established in Brunswick with project partners S4B and Clicks and Links.