The urban dimension - Points of reference for new tools

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URBACT presentation delivered during the Leipzig conference of 24th October 2012

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The urban dimension - Points of reference for new tools

  1. 1. URBACT European programme for sustainable city development The urban dimension - points of reference for new tools Leipzig 24th October 2012
  2. 2. Changing the paradigm. “From the “territoire guichet” to the “territoire projet.” › From the “territoire guichet” – administrative boundaries – the administrative authority allocates subsidies. › To the “territoire projet” – What is your project? Which partners have to be involved? In which functional territory? CLLD in cities. Monday, 21 May 2012 I Page 2 Territory Partnership Strategy
  3. 3. The Commission’s proposal for integrated urban development 5% of the structural funds (ERDF) for integrated urban development At ITI: administration and implementation delegated to the cities ITI can be funded from various operational programmes (OP) CLLD with local action groups to promote getting players involved
  4. 4. What have we learnt from URBACT? › A strategy for territorial interventions - with horizontal integration - with vertical integration › Getting players involved - URBACT local support groups - Combined use of ITI and CLLD
  5. 5. For ITI to be a success › A clear definition of ITI: area, issues, population group › Quality of the strategy › Getting players more involved › A clear definition of the territory concerned
  6. 6. For ITI to be a success area-issues-population group
  7. 7. For ITI to be a success Quality of the strategy › Analyse the needs and problems › Analyse the players to be brought on board › Allocate responsibility, time and financial means › During implementation, monitoring through constant assessment
  8. 8. For ITI to be a success Getting players more involved › Composition of the partnership › Capacity of those supporting the partnership › Ways of working together
  9. 9. For ITI to be a success Choosing territories for intervention › Concentration on priority territories: criteria? › Minimum requirements for strategy, partnership, definition of the territories for intervention › A multi-stage process: competition, a development and an implementation phase

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