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4 Project(s) with Lead Partner(s) based in Zuid-Nederland


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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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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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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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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16 Project(s) with Partner(s) based in Zuid-Nederland


(Agricultural Measures for Water Management and their Integration into Spatial Planning)
As a joint project between regions in France, Germany and the UK, AMEWAM (Agricultural measures for water management and their integration into spatial planning) addresses land use and water systems. In the partner regions, recent freak rain [...]

Lead Partner: Town of Schaigern
Measures: 3.1
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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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CITIZEN FIRST
Many public services suffer low take-up, particularly by those with special needs or living in rural areas, because they are deployed with an eye to efficiency rather than users’ needs. The objective of the four year Citizens First project [...]

Lead Partner: Mid-West Regional Authority
Measures: 2.2
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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 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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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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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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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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NOFDP - Nature-Oriented Flood Damage Prevention
NOFDP is an investment project which focuses on giving ecological systems of water bodies and catchments areas, a greater role to play in flood damage prevention, in line with the EU Water Framework Directive. The project partnership, led by [...]

Lead Partner: Hessian Ministry of the Environment, Rural Development and Consumer Protection
Measures: 3.1
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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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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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SEPTENTRION (From the Fortified to the Sustainable Town)
This project, led by the Conseil Général du Nord (Lille), assembles an impressive 23 partners from Belgium, France and the Netherlands. It draws on the historical legacy of the Low Countries to examine its transnational cultural identity ac [...]

Lead Partner: Conseil Général du Nord
Measures: 4.2
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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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WIHCC (Water in Historic City Centres)
WIHCC (Water in historic city centres) tackles the good water management issues in old city centres and the role of water in the socio-economic and spatial structural intensification of such sites. 6 NWE medium size cities with city centres o [...]

Lead Partner: Gemeente Breda
Measures: 1.2
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