Fostering public capacity to plan, finance and manage integrated urban REGeneration for sustainable energy uptake

Training for public officers involved in urban regeneration

Integrated urban regeneration

Multilevel coordination

 

FosterREG aims at enhancing public capacity at local, regional and national levels to plan, finance and manage integrated urban regeneration for sustainable energy uptake, through capacity building, promotion and articulation of effective multilevel coordination, and national as well as European network strengthening. These objectives will be achieved through public stakeholders’ engagement in joint analysis and knowledge development activities, as well as creation and dissemination of targeted training materials and activities across Europe. Read more...                    

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In the current EU scenario, urban regeneration is a heavily coded practice, involving different stakeholders in a typically complex environment. The need to bring into consideration different aspects that are essential to attain quality urban environments, and the increasing demands of society on such quality standards have resulted in the development of complex and often uncoordinated regulatory frameworks, mechanisms and tools used by different stakeholders, when it comes to incorporating new and relevant objectives to the already complex set of problems that any urban regeneration process needs to address.

An important initial step of the project has been the identification and analysis of the stakeholders related to energy efficient urban regeneration. This challenging task aimed to map, for each of the cities and in relation to their regional and national structures, all relevant agents in relation to legislation and policy, financing, management and implementation of projects.

The analysis has allowed to have a better overview the particular organizational structure in each country, where the public administration has a concrete role on defining laws and regulations, and local entities are closer to the actual planning processes and operations.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649846