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The urban dimension - Points of reference for new tools

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

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

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  • 1. URBACT European programme for sustainable city development The urban dimension - points of reference for new tools Leipzig 24th October 2012
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. For ITI to be a success area-issues-population group
  • 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. 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. 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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