Urban renewal refers to special local development actions and programs aimed at rehabilitating certain urban areas to improve the living environment. More recently, the term has also come to cover the general objectives of higher social inclusion and sustainable development.
The Good Practice to be transferred through the URBAN REGENERATION MIX Transfer network is a collaborative city model that increases the...
URGE, standing for 'circUlaR buildinG citiEs' is an Action Planning network on circular economy in the construction sector - a major...
The ALT/BAU Transfer Network focuses on alternative strategies in central and historic districts of European cities to activate unused and decaying...
CO4CITIES is the UIA - URBACT Transfer Mechanism pilot network that addresses the challenge of poverty in distressed neighbourhoods through the...
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In Ostrava (CZ) and Caen (FR), URBACT’s temporary use legacy lives on, creating new opportunities.