Turning point

Turning point refers to the specific moment or interval when a major change has occurred. One such turning point is the transformation of a former industrial site into a brownfield. Turning points are important for the Timbre researchers as they are likely to increase actors receptivity to innovative or alternative approaches. However, turning points can also mean forsaken opportunities of brownfield revitalization. Determining the precise moment when a previously used site becomes a brownfield involves some degree of arbitrariness. For this reason, different actors are likely to have different interpretations of this event and its consequences.