The ALT/BAU Transfer Network focuses on alternative strategies in central and historic districts of European cities to activate unused and decaying housing stock resulting from demographic, economic and social change. Based on the experiences from Chemnitz’ URBACT Good Practice “Housing Agency for Shrinking Cities” (Agentur StadtWohnen Chemnitz), the network transfers experiences that proved successful to proactively connect administrations, owners, investors and users to initiate sustainable and resource saving development.
Municipality of Athienou
2, Archbishop Makarios III Ave.
7600 Athienou Cyprus
Municipality of Santiago de Compostela
Municipality of Udine (Italy)
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Av. Movimento das Forças Armadas
+351 21 436 9000
City of Rome
Department of European Funds and Innovation
Via Palazzo di Città, 1 - 10121 Turin (Italy)
Câmara Municipal de Lisboa
Departamento de Desenvolvimento Local
Edifício Municipal, Campo Grande nº25, 6ºE | 1749 -099 Lisboa
Laura González Méndez. Project coordinator.
Gijón City Council
Municipality of Piraeus
City of Ljubljana
Mestni trg 1
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Project Coordinator Martin Neubert
+49 371 355 7029