Wow, that seems like a lot of work! Congratulations. I find quite hard to read the longhand writing on the post-its in your photos, but I watched the videos and everything became clearer. Are you moving forward to realise it? When?
Something in your project reminds me of a different project we are working on at Edgeryders. It’s called Future Makers, and it’s about DIY urbanism. Not so much city planning as city making, directly. It happens in three cities: Yerevan, Armenia; Rustavi, Georgia; and Luxor, Egypt, under the aegis of the United Nations Development Programme. Working with UNDP, we have noticed that there are groups of people who are trying to “edit” the city as if it were a wiki, without necessarily going through all the mandated procedure. Some of the “edits” are good, great in fact: look at this Cairo neighborhood were people got out with bulldozers and build four new ramps to access the ring road!
In Future Makers. the city authorities and the local “city hackers” agree on a street, or a square, or a park, that is marked as “editable”. Within the limits set, everything is allowed, as long as the people build it themselves. We will then see what happens.
Future Makers has a workspace here on this platform, but they have decided to keep it private, so, I can’t share what they do with you. But if you are interested you can ask for membership of the workspace – just send a message to Noemi from here: https://edgeryders.eu/en/users/noemi , then click on the “Contact” tab.