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12 Project(s) with Partner(s) based in Wales


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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COREPOINT - Creating a Sustainable Framework for ICZM
All North West European countries share concerns about coastal problems, such as flooding resulting from coastal change. The objective of Corepoint is to establish NW Europe as an internationally recognised region of excellence in coastal man [...]

Lead Partner: University College Cork, (Coastal & Marine Resources Centre)
Measures: 5.2
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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’Agglomération Nouvelle de Sénart
Measures: 4.1
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EPROC - Public Sector EProcurement Project
Various EU documents have highlighted the vital contribution telecommunications and ICT applications could make to sustainable development by giving service suppliers based in rural areas a more competitive edge against their urban competitor [...]

Lead Partner: Antur Teifi Cyf.
Measures: 2.2
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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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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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MESH - Development of a framework for Mapping European Seabed Habitats
The MESH project, led by the UK’s Joint Nature Conservation Committee, will focus on seabed areas within the NWE. Their diverse habitats and biodiversity are important food and energy resources as well as essential components of the ecosyst [...]

Lead Partner: Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Measures: 5.2
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NEWTASC - New Towns as Sustainable Communities
New Towns were developed in the post-war period as a planning option to alleviate the congestion of metropolitan areas, as an alternative to urban fringe development. As planned communities their approach to urban development and renewal had [...]

Lead Partner: Torfaen County Borough Council
Measures: 1.2
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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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VEPS - Virtual Environmental Planning System
The objective of VEPS is to promote the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for e-planning, consultation and communication of citizens’ view on planning issues, particularly those regarding the environment. Members of the [...]

Lead Partner: The Environment Agency for England and Wales
Measures: 2.2
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