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REVIT (Towards More Effective and Sustainable Brownfield Revitalisation Policies)
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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 revitalisation of these brownfield sites. By promoting exchanges of experience and good practice through meetings, site visits, staff secondments and research assignments, the objective of the partners is to share and elaborate new or innovative concepts [...]
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Website
www.revit-nweurope.org



Lead Partner:
City of Stuttgart
Amt für Stadtplanung und Stadterneuerung , Eberhardstrasse 10, 70173 Stuttgart
DE
Tel + 49 - 711 - 216 38 69
Fax + 49 - 711 - 216 26 72

Contact:
Mr. Thomas Zügel

poststelle61-8@stuttgart.de

Measure: 1.1

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ERDF Grant:
Total eligible cost: € 20M€


Partners involved:

DE - City of Stuttgart

FR - Nantes Metropole

NL - City of Tilburg

NL - City of Hengelo

UK - Torfaen County Borough Council

UK - Medway Council


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Summary
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 revitalisation of these brownfield sites. By promoting exchanges of experience and good practice through meetings, site visits, staff secondments and research assignments, the objective of the partners is to share and elaborate new or innovative concepts and management approaches for multi-functional site development, and test these transnationally-generated methodologies through a series of local investments. The project will encourage a greater participatory dimension in regeneration processes that will incorporate communities within the planning process. The investments foreseen include various types of physical, environmental and architectural regeneration activities in each partner city. These activities are structured alongside a system of “Common Co-operation Issues”, “Transnational Project Working Groups” and “Area-Specific Project Working Groups”. The project also hopes to generate additional leverage effects by applying innovative financing techniques, public-private partnership models and transnational marketing concepts.

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