Guidelines for ULSG (Local Support Groups) and LAP (Local Action Plans) to be created by each partner city of NeT TOPIC. Regarding first ideas and presentations by each partner Kick-off meeting in Barakaldo . 4-5 february 2009.
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for ULSG (Local Support Groups)
and LAP (Local Action Plans)
to be created by each partner city of NeT TOPIC
Regarding first ideas and presentations by each partner
Kick-off meeting in Barakaldo. 4-5 february 2009
This is a first exercise than each partner has to carry out as a first step of the network activity. It deals with sharing first ideas and approaches on ULSG-LAPduring the kick-off meeting.(So, this is a “home-work” previous to the meeting)
Each city should participate in the meeting presenting its own approach, ideas and proposals on this issue……
To go further in this topic you can look in The URBACT II
Local Support Group Toolkit. A guide on creating Local Action Plans, that has been already distributed among the NeT TOPIC partners.
A Local Action Plan (LAP) should provide for each partner a concrete roadmap and a range of solutions to tackle the core issues identified at the start of the URBACT project.
A Local Support Group (LSG) is a Group of key stakeholders and project champions who help to produce a Local Action Plan, validate and/or input local knowledge, and disseminate to and mobilise stakeholders
The Local Action Plan should include a clear outline of the nature and scale of the problems relating to the project topic in the Local Action Plan area. A fresh and comprehensive understanding of the existing situation and the problems that exist is essential to enable the right solutions to be found.
Look in the next slide
In the framework of the Main goal and core theme of our Network:
Building New models of urban development in peripheral cities of metropolitan areas
Stakeholder analysis will have been carried out as part of the baseline study in order to constitute the Local Support Group itself.
In preparing and developing the LAP it will be very important to identify who are the stakeholders of the Action Plan and what their interests are.
As stakeholders have different interests, it is useful to define their
involvement with the project and how their interests differ.
About the LAP, taking into account what the Local Support Group Toolkit (A guide on creating LAPs) says about the issue: