PoliMi will be the Architecture and Urban Studies research partner in the project. It will provide the specifications of the default contents that will be relevant across Europe and that will be useful as demonstrators of the suitability of the service. PoliMi will also provide a comparative study of urban planning procedures for urban project approval in European countries aiming at supporting a proper and relevant product development. Concerning the involvement strategies, PoliMi will define and implement a strategy for stimulating the co-design processes using AR, in order to ensure that sufficient data is collected to enable efficient data analyses. As regards collaborative urban planning, PoliMi will define questionnaires to collect citizen reactions to urban design projects before construction. This task, focused on social inclusion and environmental sustainability will include: (i) relevant metrics for investigating the perceived urban design performance; (ii) the definition of a questionnaire for collecting users’ feedback; (iii) the methodology for data analysis. This stage is intended to anticipate the reactions to urban projects by informing the stakeholders involved in the process and, hence, to support the overall process improvement while reducing the risk of disagreement and process slowdown. Lastly, PoliMi will lead the final evaluations of the product and participate in meetings, production of deliverables and (scientific) communication of the project.