RegGov: Regional Governance of Sustainable Integrated Development of DeprivedUrban Areas
Integrated approaches to the development of deprived urban neighbourhoods have proved to be successful in many of the old EU Member states over the last decades. However, good practice examples of how to develop, implement and fund such policies are rarely known at awider European level. Crucial factors for the success of such policies are efficient co-operation and a high level of trust between cities and their regional authorities. The RegGov Network aims to
make these practical experiences accessible to all partners and help them develop and implementnew integrated strategies for a sustainable development at neighbourhood level.
The URBACT project RegGov working on vertical and horizontal integration approaches to revitalising disadvantaged neighbourhoods has published its final report in 2011. The report was prepared by Petra Potz and includes reference to local action plans developed in nine partner cities
- Duisburg (DE)
- Halandri (GR)
- Köbanya (HU)
- Nyiregyhaza (HU)
- Nijmegen (NL)
- Ruda Slaska (PL)
- Satu Mare (RO)
- Siracusa (IT)
- Södertälje (SE)
The report also looks at issues around PPP with local housing companies, in addition there is an separate cluster report looking in detail at the housing companies in Sodertalje and Duisburg.
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