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6 Project(s) with Lead Partner(s) based in Nordrhein-Westfalen


ARTERY (Restoring & Redeveloping Riverside Landscapes as Regions' Artery)
This project, led by the Association of Local Authorities in the Ruhr District, and bringing on board 15 partners from Germany, the UK and Netherlands, aims to restore 16 ‘riverscapes’ (river landscapes) as the arteries of the regions in [...]

Lead Partner: Association of Local Authorities in the Ruhr District (Kommunalverband Ruhrgebiet) (KVR)
Measures: 1.2
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CRII - Cities Regain Identity and Image
The unique historical character and identity of many European cities are increasingly threatened by the pressures of standardization (eg. standard design of buildings and urban spaces, building materials). The end objective of this 4 year pro [...]

Lead Partner: City of Hagen
Measures: 1.1
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EGHN (European Garden Heritage Network)
From Capability Brown’s landscaping of rambling English country estates to the legacy of Le Nôtre at the Palace of Versailles, the garden heritage of the NWE region is rich and diverse, and a cultural asset in need of protection. Yet, the [...]

Lead Partner: Stiftung Schloss Dyck, Zentrum für Gartenkunst und Landschaftskultur
Measures: 4.2
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ERIH II - European Route of Industrial Heritage
Although regions such as the German Rühr, the North of England or Saar-Sor-Lux were cradles of the Industrial Revolution, these areas today, are struck by unemployment and decline and seldom regard their industrial heritage as a potential as [...]

Lead Partner: Nordrhein-Westfalen Tourismus e.V.
Measures: 4.2
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IPPN - InterPortsPromotioNet
The objective of this project is to both encourage a shift from road to water transport and increase the use of rail in port hinterlands where inland waterways cannot be used. The three and a half year project, which is being led by the City [...]

Lead Partner: City of Mülheim
Measures: 5.1
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Urban Water - Sustainable Water Management in Urban Space
Today urban water management is not always fully integrated into the urban planning process. Urban water systems have been looked at mainly through a scientific angle which is why the project partners seeks to develop a more “holistic”, p [...]

Lead Partner: Emschergenossenschaft (EG)
Measures: 3.1
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18 Project(s) with Partner(s) based in Nordrhein-Westfalen


CSI - Creating a Setting for Investment
The objective of this 6.2 M euro project is to look at how environmental improvements can make metropolitan areas more attractive for investment, with knock on benefits for sustainable development across NW Europe. The four project partners, [...]

Lead Partner: Sheffield City Council
Measures: 1.1
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ELAT - Eindhoven, Leuven, Aachen Technology Triangle
The Eindhoven, Leuven, Aachen Technology Triangle (ELAT) stands between three of NW Europe’s most important centres of population and economic activity: the Flemish urban network, the Ruhr valley and the Dutch Randstad. Stimulating innovati [...]

Lead Partner: The Eindhoven Regional Government (SRE)
Measures: 2.2
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EUROPOLIS Renewing the City, Monitoring and Focusing on Urban Growth
The objective of this French-led project (Ministère de l’Equipement), involving a total of 15 partners from France, Belgium, the UK and Germany, is to establish a transnational ‘action platform’ of medium-sized cities (50,000 to 250,00 [...]

Lead Partner: Direction générale de l’Urbanisme de l’Habitat et de la Construction, ministère de l’Equipement (METLTM)
Measures: 1.2
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FAR (Extreme Floods and Flood Protection along the Rhine)
The project between four Dutch and German partners builds upon a transnational cooperation agreement in the field of flood prevention signed in 1997 by the Province of Gelderland, the Ministry of Transport and Water Management of the Netherla [...]

Lead Partner: Province of Gelderland
Measures: 3.2
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HST Connect
High speed transport has a key role to play in promoting balanced spatial development across NW Europe. Therefore any attempt to improve HST needs to work on a transnational basis. The prime objective of the 15 partner, 21.893m euro HST Conn [...]

Lead Partner: South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)
Measures: 2.1
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HST Integration
between high speed rail stations in North West Europe. The project, whose lead partner is the South East England Development Agency, working in conjunction with a total of 18 partners from the UK, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, aims to [...]

Lead Partner: South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)
Measures: 2.1
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HST Platform
The action project High-Speed Train Platform (HST), addresses sustainable mobility management. Over 3 years the Dutch-led initiative involving 16 partners from the UK, Belgium and Germany will endeavour to improve the effectiveness of the hig [...]

Lead Partner: Province of Gelderland
Measures: 2.1
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IMAGE - Increasing Metropolitan Allure by Going European
All over North West Europe, post-war high rise residential areas are in decline, prey to a host of social problems such as poor physical environment, crime, social exclusion and lack of economic activity. The 5.5 M euro IMAGE project seeks de [...]

Lead Partner: City of Delft
Measures: 1.1
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ITISS - Intermodal Traveller Information Systems
The objective of the ITISS project is to provide real time travel information to transport users while they are on the move. Such information is generally provided now either via the internet or call centre services, although text message ale [...]

Lead Partner: Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive
Measures: 2.2
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J.A.F (Joint Approach for Managing Flooding)
Transnational cooperation will also contribute to the prevention of flood damage in the NWE. The recent floods in central Europe illustrate the imperative with which common action must be promoted. In the project Joint Approach for Managing F [...]

Lead Partner: Waterboardrd Regge and Dinkel
Measures: 3.2
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NENSI (North European Network for Service Incubators)
The Dutch-led NENSI project aims at creating a transnational NWE network of regional incubator centres to develop service support desks for young enterprises and improve accessibility to management services, in order to increase their chance [...]

Lead Partner: Stichting ROC Oost Nederland
Measures: 1.2
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NOAH
Clear and quick transfer of information is a key factor in modern flood prevention. The eight strong NOAH partnership, led by STOWA, a Dutch organisation, develops a new transnational approach to manage these high water situations around two [...]

Lead Partner: Stichting Toegepast Onderzoek Waterbeheer, Foundation for Applied Water research
Measures: 3.2
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PLANARCH II
Although North-West Europe has an immensely rich archaeological heritage, its population density puts an enormous strain on this sensitive historical legacy which can disappear once and for all if it is not carefully preserved. Planarch II bu [...]

Lead Partner: Kent County Council
Measures: 4.2
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POLYNET - Sustainable Management of European Polycentric Mega-City Regions
With a lead partner from the United Kingdom (Institute of Community Studies), and a total of 8 partners from the UK, Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands and 9 Switzerland, POLYNET examines changes in functional connections and informat [...]

Lead Partner: Institute of Community Studies
Measures: 1.2
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SAND
River basins cross nation state boundaries, therefore action to tackle flooding must be undertaken on a transnational basis. The key objective of SAND is to alleviate flooding by making better use of the gravel pits that line many river basi [...]

Lead Partner: Rijkswaterstaat-Directie Oost Nederland (RWS - DON)
Measures: 3.2
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SAUL (Sustainable & Accessible Urban Landscapes)
SAUL (Sustainable and Accessible Urban Spaces) seeks to take forward a IIC project (New Methods in Socially Compatible Development of Urban Landscapes) to the development phase, to tackle the question of the role of ‘socially-inclusive’ s [...]

Lead Partner: Groundwork UK Regional Office London
Measures: 1.1
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SDF (Sustainable Development of Flood Plains)
The bursting of river banks, flooding of towns and evacuation of communities, have, in recent times, brought about the need for drastic short-term measures including the construction of emergency dams and dykes. With flooding predicted to bec [...]

Lead Partner: Rijkswaterstaat-Directie Oost Nederland (Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management; Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management, Directorate East-Netherlands)
Measures: 3.2
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SUSCIT - Sustainable Cities
Many North West European authorities have developed expertise in sustainable urban development in response to local or regional problems. The SUS-CIT project enables authorities to pool this expertise on a transnational basis. The principal [...]

Lead Partner: Ministry of the Walloon Region – DGATLP
Measures: 1.1
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