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ESPACE goes on-line!

The ESPACE project (European Spatial Planning: Adapting to Climate Events) have just launched their new website  It will provide up to date information on the project including the methodology, key actions, results, outputs and publications.  It also has a members only area for Extended Partners with regular project updates, a contacts database, discussion board and a document library where final and draft reports for consultation will be posted.

ESPACE welcomes new members for the Extended Partnership. This network is an opportunity for organisations who are interested in the ESPACE Project to become involved in the implementation and delivery of the project. This is a unique chance for a new network of experts with interests in climate change and spatial planning issues to be established.

David Payne, Regional Planner at the South East England Regional Assembly (ESPACE Partner): "The ESPACE partnership will help us build international relationships, share knowledge and expertise. The website will be a great tool to achieve this and encourage communication among the partners."

ESPACE is a four year project that aims to promote awareness of the importance of adapting to climate change and to recommend that it is incorporated within spatial planning mechanisms at local, regional, national and European levels. It is funded by the INTERREG IIIB North West Europe Programme with support from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.  For further information on the Extended Partnership or the project in general, contact Jill Rankin on  or tel: +44 (0) 1962 846775. 


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