URBACT and the CASH Project
29 November 2012
« The URBACT method »
7000 persons involved in 54 Projects,
500 Cities in 28 Countries
 Sharing experience, learning, dra...
URBACT and Housing
from urban regeneration to housing and energy
Focus on urban regeneration:
CoNet: social cohesion in ne...
Threats (CoT)
Demographic decline
Economic dvpt &
competitiveness
under pressure
Growing
social polarisation
Depletion of
...
URBACT Workstream
Retrofitting our way out of the recession:
an integrated approach
How can retrofit demand and appeal be ...
URBACT Conference
Copenhagen, 3-4 December 2012
CITIES of TOMORROW, ACTION NOW
… and drafting orientations for the future of
URBACT
 Strengthening Exchange and learning activities through
networking
...
contact@urbact.eu
www.urbact.eu
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Presentation by Emmanuel Moulin, head of the URBACT Secretariat

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  • In TOGETHER, you have followed this method and set up Local Support Groups and prepared Local Action Plans.
  • URBACT and the CASH Project

    1. 1. URBACT and the CASH Project 29 November 2012
    2. 2. « The URBACT method » 7000 persons involved in 54 Projects, 500 Cities in 28 Countries  Sharing experience, learning, drawing lessons for « the outside world »  A strict balance between Comp and Conv partners  Action-oriented: Local Action Plans  Involving local stakeholders: URBACT Local Support Groups  Involving Managing Authorities  Permanent support to networks & community of work (experts, Secretariat)  A staged approach: networks created in 2 stages (6-month Development phase) URBACT programme Wednesday 7 November 2012 I Page 2
    3. 3. URBACT and Housing from urban regeneration to housing and energy Focus on urban regeneration: CoNet: social cohesion in neighbourhoods HerO: cultural heritage and urban development RegGov: governance and urban regeneration RE-BLOCK: integrated policy for high rise blocks SURE: Socio-economic methods for urban regeneration Focus on housing: SUITE : social and urban inclusion through housing HOPUS: good design for housing Focus on finance: CSI Europe: PPP and urban regeneration Focus on energy: CASH: social housing and energy LINKS: energy efficiency and cultural heritage
    4. 4. Threats (CoT) Demographic decline Economic dvpt & competitiveness under pressure Growing social polarisation Depletion of natural ressources Responses 6 URBACT Workstreams Workstream 1 Shrinking cities Workstream 2 More jobs: better cities Workstream 3 Young people and social innovation Workstream 4 Against divided cities Workstream 5 Motivating mobility mindsets Workstream 6 Building energy efficiency
    5. 5. URBACT Workstream Retrofitting our way out of the recession: an integrated approach How can retrofit demand and appeal be stimulated ? To what extent can retrofit help tackling fuel poverty ? How should user behaviour be dealt with ? Which sustainable financial tools for retrofitting while boosting economic activity ? Investing in retrofitting or site redevelopment ? How can retrofit contribute to cultural heritage ?
    6. 6. URBACT Conference Copenhagen, 3-4 December 2012 CITIES of TOMORROW, ACTION NOW
    7. 7. … and drafting orientations for the future of URBACT  Strengthening Exchange and learning activities through networking  Developing capacity-building on integrated and sustainable urban policies  Reinforcing linkages with Cohesion Policy and its instruments: for example Community Local Led Development  Consolidating capitalisation and dissemination of knowledge and expertise
    8. 8. contact@urbact.eu www.urbact.eu
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