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Baseline study - Synthesis of findings - Stay Tuned
This document provides a summary of the main points to note for the Stay Tuned! Network. It also acts as an umbrella document for the (more detailed) baseline documents containing the specific detail of the findings from phase 1 and the approach for phase 2.
Baseline study - City comparator report - Stay Tuned
Baseline study - INT-HERIT
The INT-HERIT Implementation Network is one of the approved projects and gathers 9 EU cities/communities who are implementing a strategic development plan based on cultural heritage. The network is composed by Baena in Spain as lead partner, Alba Julia in Romania, Sigulda in Latvia, Mantova in...
Baseline study - URBinclusion
URBinclusion is focused on the implementation of new solutions to address poverty and social exclusion challenges in the partner cities. The nine cities belonging to the URBinclusion network: Glasgow, Trikala, Naples, Krakow, Lyon, Turin, Timisoara, Copenhagen and Barcelona as lead partner, share...
Baseline study - CIA 7
Thessaloniki (EL) - Local drive for a cycle-friendly city
Facing severe pollution from over-reliance on cars, Thessaloniki committed to promoting cycling proactively, and, through the URBACT RESILIENT EUROPE network, drew up its first-ever strategy framework to increase cycling in the city.
REDIS Baseline Study
BASELINE STUDY (Re) Developing Science Quarters in Cities - a baseline analysis of evolving science quarters in tehe cities of Aahus, Bialystok, Halle (Saale), Magdbeurg, Manresa, Newcastle, Piraeus an Vienna. REDIS lead expert Willem van Winden conducted the baseline study for all REDIS partner...
URBAN N.O.S.E. Baseline Study
The baseline Study was drawn up according to the following summary: Summary Urban Nose in the European context: Urban N.O.S.E project is conceptually placed within EU Policies in the field of urban development and understanding the future contribution of project activities for achieving European...
Mile Local Action Plan Nea Alikarnassos
First - Second - Third Local Action Plan