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7 Project(s) with Lead Partner(s) based in Oost-Nederland


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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Freude am Fluss
This Dutch-led project with a total of 12 partners from France, Germany and the Netherlands, aims at reducing the opposition from local stakeholders to “room-for-river” measures against flooding. The project’s objective is to develop ex [...]

Lead Partner: Catholic University Nijmegen (KUN)
Measures: 3.2
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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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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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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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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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18 Project(s) with Partner(s) based in Oost-Nederland


Berisp - Breaking Ecotoxicological Restraints In Spatial Planning
This project aims at developing new approaches to soil contamination. There are about 2,000 km2 of brownfield sites in Europe today and the NWE region, with its high population density, faces increasing demand for open natural space. Many loc [...]

Lead Partner: University of Antwerp
Measures: 4.1
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Bizz 2 Bizz Cities: Medium Sized Cities attract high value business-to-business services
NW Europe’s large conurbations and capital cities have historically acted as magnets for business-to business (B2B) activities. But medium sized cities have been less successful at attracting such firms, which are playing a growing role in [...]

Lead Partner: Limburgse Economische Raad
Measures: 1.2
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BOUNDLESS PARKS
The project led by the Province of Gelderland involves 3 partner regions from Belgium, Netherlands and UK, which have major natural sites recognised at the European level as part of the NATURA 2000 network. There are four main objectives: to [...]

Lead Partner: Province of Gelderland
Measures: 4.1
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BRAIN DRAIN
Brain-Drain and Brain Gain (Human Capital in European peripheral regions) is a 5- partner project led by a Dutch university which addresses the phenomena of Brain-drain (exodus of high qualified employees in peripheral areas or loss of highly [...]

Lead Partner: University of Twente, Faculteit BBT (School of Business, government and technology)
Measures: 1.2
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CROSSCUT
Since the Industrial Revolution, while some canals and navigable rivers were enlarged to meet the needs of freight transport, many lost their transport function and were closed to navigation. CROSSCUT builds on the findings of the INTERREG II [...]

Lead Partner: British Waterways
Measures: 4.2
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ENCOURAGE
This French led project brings together 9 partners from France, the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands and represents five new towns, a school of architecture and research institutions. Focused particularly on business parks, the project address [...]

Lead Partner: Syndicat d’AgglomĂ©ration Nouvelle de SĂ©nart
Measures: 4.1
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Floodscape (Creating New Landscapes for Flood Risk Management)
Previously named : CFM
CFM (Creating new landscapes for flood risk management) is an action project that seeks to change perceptions of flooding and develop common principles for relevant decision-making. The objective is to promote new sustainable landscapes in pl [...]

Lead Partner: Environment Agency
Measures: 3.2
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FOWARA (Problems in the Realisation of Forested Water Retention Areas : Natural and Social Scientific Studies in the River Rhine Catchment)
The project addresses problems in the realisation of forested water-retention areas by way of natural and social-scientific studies in the river Rhine catchment area. Its objective is to develop and test strategies for the sustainable managem [...]

Lead Partner: Albert-Ludwigs-UniversitÀt Freiburg; Department of Tree Physiology (D)
Measures: 3.2
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HEATH - Heathland: Environment, Agriculture, Tourism and Heritage
Lowland heathland is one of NW Europe’s quintessential historic landscape types, protected under the EU Habitats Directive. But the area covered by heathland has shrunk over the past 200 years, a decline which is continuing due to lack of [...]

Lead Partner: English Nature
Measures: 4.1
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LIFESCAPE - Your Landscape
The link between cities and their immediate rural hinterlands is eroding across NW Europe as urban centres develop closer links with the global economy. These kinds of pressures are especially great in the ‘Central Zone’ of NW Europe, whe [...]

Lead Partner: Provincie Noord-Brabant
Measures: 1.2
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LIRA-II
Addressing similar concerns of mobility and accessibility but on a more local scale, the study project, The International Network of Light Rail Cities – From Vision to Action (LIRA-II), brings together 9 partners from the Netherlands, the U [...]

Lead Partner: City Region Haaglanden
Measures: 2.1
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NEW! DELTA - Ports and Nature,Striking a New Balance
The NW European region contains some of the world’s busiest ports, many of which are located next to coastal areas of world ecological importance. Increasing sea traffic requires larger ports with deeper harbours and extended breakwaters, w [...]

Lead Partner: Province of South Holland (PSH)
Measures: 5.2
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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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Optimum II - Optimal Planning Through Implementation of Mobility Management
Road congestion in the NWE area affects accessibility, mobility, environmental quality and economic development. Building new roads is no longer an option. Optimum2 seeks to better integrate mobility management into spatial planning and promo [...]

Lead Partner: Provincie Noord-Holland
Measures: 2.1
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PROGRESS (Promotion and Guidance for Recreation on Ecologically Sensitive Sites)
The New Forest and Fontainebleau Forest are two of the largest state-owned woodland sites in the NWE. As designated Natura 2000 sites (under the EU Habitats and Birds Directives), the forests face considerable pressure in providing informal o [...]

Lead Partner: Forestry Commission
Measures: 4.1 : Stronger ecological infrastructure, reduced
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REVIT (Towards More Effective and Sustainable Brownfield Revitalisation Policies)
This German-led project gathers 6 European cities from Germany, France, United Kingdom and the Netherlands which all have derelict, formerly industrial areas in their inner cities and are confronted by various problems related to the revitali [...]

Lead Partner: City of Stuttgart
Measures: 1.1
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TESIS (Technology Supported Innovation And E-Business in the Information Society)
This Irish-led project, lasting two and a half years, brings together ten partners from four Member States in a project whose objective is to assist SMEs in making better use of existing technologies to stimulate economic expansion. Significa [...]

Lead Partner: Údarás na Gaeltachta
Measures: 2.2
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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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