An end-user is a person who will (potentially) use a product, in this case the Timbre products, such as the prioritization tool, the Expert System, the Megasite Management Toolsuite.

In the context of the web-based planning tool, an end user – in contrast to a power user – is allowed to modify or delete scenarios created by him or her, or to create new re-use scenarios. The end user can see and utilize other scenarios created by other users.

ally extends beyond the revitalization of a specific site while their interests can be convergent or divergent with those of the primary actors; and veto players who have decision-making power to foster or block brownfield revitalization, but largely from outside the brownfield market itself. In this sense, veto players are animated by political and/or economic interests, which Timbre researchers can (and should) take into account but which they cannot effectively influence through their research activities and outcomes (i.e. Timbre tools or approaches).