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11 Project(s) with Lead Partner(s) based in West-Nederland


Crossing the Lines - Sustainable redevelopment of former defence lines in Northwest Europe
This project focuses on restoring and redeveloping a specific element of European architectural heritage: former defence lines created during the Napoleonic era within or outside a number of cities of the NWE region. Conservation through re-d [...]

Lead Partner: Gemeente Utrecht
Measures: 4.2
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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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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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MAYA II (Marine and Yachting 2 in the Lower North Sea and the Irish Sea)
Eight of the 16 partners from Belgium, France, Ireland, UK and the Netherlands involved in MAYA II, previously participated in the IIC MAYA project in which the emphasis was placed on the exchange of best practice and knowledge-sharing for th [...]

Lead Partner: Provincie Zeeland
Measures: 5.1
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Minewater - Sustainable Redevelopment of Mining Communities
Minewater aims to revive old and declining mining areas by extracting geothermal heat from water trapped in flooded mines. The main objective of this 20 M euro project is to reduce the ex-mining communities’ ecological footprint by demonstr [...]

Lead Partner: Municipality of Heerlen
Measures: 1.1
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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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ReUrba II (Restructuring Urbanised Areas)
Nine partners from three Member States are building upon their findings from IIC, including its ‘lifestyle approach’, to tackle the issues of urban embellishment, revitalisation and renewal as well as the problems of urban sprawl and its [...]

Lead Partner: Province of South Holland (NL)
Measures: 1.1
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SOS II
The Sustainable Open Spaces II (SOS II) project intends to further develop the concept of ‘open space’ examined in the IIC project, to consider ways in which the importance of landscape identity can be achieved. Over three years this ambi [...]

Lead Partner: Provincie Utrecht
Measures: 4.2
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TRUST - Transformation of Rural and Urban Spatial Structure
The six partners from Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK who have come together to work on this project led by a Dutch waterboard, believe that new approaches can be developed to better integrate water management and spatial plannin [...]

Lead Partner: Hoogheemraadschap van Schieland
Measures: 3.1
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29 Project(s) with Partner(s) based in West-Nederland


APANGO - Advocacy, Participation and NGOs in Planning
The objective of the APaNGO project is to find ways of increasing community involvement in the spatial planning process, particularly at the regional level. The first phase of the 1.2M Euro project will develop a comparative understanding of [...]

Lead Partner: Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA)
Measures: 1.1
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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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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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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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CROBUS PARKS (Realisation of European Border Crossing Business Parks)
There are three central issues in this Dutch-led project: How can a cross border business park be set up? How can it be internationally marketed? And, how can it be successfully managed? To answer these issues on behalf of three existing park [...]

Lead Partner: City of Breda
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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CSS - Converting Sacred Spaces
Monasteries played a crucial role in both the spiritual and economic development of NW Europe. But declining religious observance means that many of these historic sites have become abandoned during the past 100 years. The Converting Sacred S [...]

Lead Partner: City of Leuven
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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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 RĂŒhr, 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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ESPACE
ESPACE is a UK-led project (Hampshire County Council) with 10 partners, many from across the water in Belgium and the Netherlands. The project seeks to contribute to challenge faced by administrations to minimise the risk that climate change [...]

Lead Partner: Hampshire County Council
Measures: 3.1
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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 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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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 MĂŒlheim
Measures: 5.1
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ISLA
The objective of the ISLA project is to prevent the economic and social decline of NW Europe’s peripheral islands via the protection and enhancement of their natural and cultural heritage. The project, which is being led by the Dutch Govern [...]

Lead Partner: Dienst Landelijk Gebied (DLG) (Government Service for Sustainable
Measures: 1.2
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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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LIIIFT (Long Innovative, Intermodal and Interoperable Freight Trains)
LIIIFT builds upon the conclusions of IIC studies to tackle the traffic growth foreseen along the Paris-Amsterdam corridor – a high increase in road traffic, low rail transport capacity and, subsequently, increased environmental externaliti [...]

Lead Partner: SNCF – SociĂ©tĂ© Nationale des Chemins de fer Français
Measures: 2.1
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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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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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RHINENET for a sustainable and participatory management of the Rhine Basin
The 5-year project, involving 13 partners from Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, and with a lead partner in SaarbrĂŒcken, seeks to develop two interrelated issues of sustainable water management and the involvement of [...]

Lead Partner: Naturlandstiftung Saar
Measures: 3.1, 3.2
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SAIL-II (SchĂ©ma d’AmĂ©nagement IntĂ©grĂ© du Littoral)
With an ambitious partnership between fifteen regions from the UK, France, Belgium and the Netherlands SAIL II (SchĂ©ma d’AmĂ©nagement IntĂ©grĂ© du Littoral) is a transnational endeavour seeking to foster greater cooperation between maritim [...]

Lead Partner: Essex County Council (UK)
Measures: 5.2
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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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SCALDIT ( From Collective Testing to a Transnational Analysis of the International River Basin District of the Scheldt...
This four-year project, SCALDIT, led by the Flemish region, involves six partners from three Member States. The project’s objective is to make an essential contribution to the implementation of the Water Framework Directive in the Scheldt ( [...]

Lead Partner: Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij (VMM)
Measures: 3.1
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SPATIAL METRO - A Network for Discovering the City on Foot
Visitors are often put off spending time in cities they find difficult to navigate their way around. The objective of the SPATIAL METRO project is to provide a way of making cities and their component elements legible and navigable for visito [...]

Lead Partner: Norwich City Council
Measures: 1.1
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STRING - Streets for Living
Neighbourhood regeneration in urban areas often focuses on the use of public spaces to help promote strong, vibrant communities and improve the quality of life. But roads, while public spaces, are often viewed as primarily transport routes, d [...]

Lead Partner: Swindon Borough Council
Measures: 1.1
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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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