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In 2000, the "Spatial Vision for North West Europe" was published as an advisory paper defining a shared agenda for spatial development of the NWE territory. Four years later, the NWE Monitoring Committee launched further studies (three thematic studies and a synthesis report) to take forward the agenda set out in the original Vision document.

The objective of these "Spatial Vision Studies" was to define key themes and topics for the future by means of an analysis of policy documents and a number of workshops with 'key' actors. The Spatial Vision Studies provide practical guidance and a Framework for Action on the issues and projects that should be the focus of transnational cooperation between 2007-2013.

Study 1: Polycentric territorial development (including urban-rural relations)  ---  annexes
by the University of the West of England
Contact: Vincent Nadin: Vincent.nadin@uwe.ac.uk

Study 2: Parity of access to infrastructure and knowledge
by Tersyn
Contact: Jacques Robert: Jacques.Robert@tersyn.com

Study 3: Sustainable management of the cultural and natural heritage
by EuroNet
Contact: Jan Vogelij: jan.vogelij@royalhaskoning.com

Study 4: Synthesis Report - Towards a strategic framework for action
by Centre for Urban Development & Environmental Management (CUDEM)
Contact: Paul Ellison: p.ellison@leedsmet.ac.uk


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