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REVITALISATION – Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods. The “Revitalising” Role of EU Policies and Programmes Philip Stein - URBACT II Thematic Pole Manager. POLISH LOCAL SUPPORT GROUPS: III Seminar Krakow , 9th May 2011.

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    1. REVITALISATION – Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods The “Revitalising” Role of EU Policies and Programmes Philip Stein - URBACT II Thematic Pole Manager POLISH LOCAL SUPPORT GROUPS: III Seminar Krakow, 9th May 2011

    2. A ROLE FOR EUROPEAN POLICIES TO SUPPORT URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN EUROPEAN CITIES • As the Maastricht Treaty only cemented European engagement via the regional level, the EU does not have formal competence on issues of urban policy – and yet... POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 2

    3. URBAN MILESTONES ON THE ROAD TO ...LISBON, GOTHENBURG, EU 2020 • Aalborg Carter 1994 • Local Sustainable Development • Lille Action Programme 2000 • Co-operation on Urban and Spatial Development • Rotterdam Urban Acquis 2004 • Adopting an Integrated Approach • Bristol Accord 2005 • Sustainable Communities • Leipzig Charter 2007 • Integrated and Sustainable Development • Covenant of Mayors 2008 • Stressing the Environmental Priority • ____________________________ • INTERREG I-IV 1989 - 2013 • EU Community Initiative URBAN I 1994-1999 • EU Community Initiative URBAN II 2000-2006 • URBACT I • URBACT II POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 3

    4. URBAN ACQUIS – an integrated approach POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 4

    5. BRISTOL ACCORD LEIPZIG CHARTERSustainable Communities • Intensified Implementation of Integrated Urban Development Policies • - high quality public spaces • - modern infrastructure and improved energy efficiency • - proactive innovation and education policies • Special attention directed to deprived neighbourhoods within the context of the city as a whole • - upgrade physical environment • - strengthen local economy and labour market policy • - proactive youth education and training • - efficient and affordable urban transport • Active Inclusive and Safe • Well Run • Well connected • Well served • Environmentally Sensitive • Thriving • Well Designed and Built • Fair for Everyone POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 5

    6. THE “URBAN DIMENSION”: RECOGNITION – INFLUENCE – CONCRETE SUPPORT • EU-Com: Cohesion Policies and Cities, 2006 • “Cities are home to most jobs, firms and institutes of higher education and their action is decisive in bringing about social cohesion. Cities are home to change based on innovation, spirit of enterprise and economic growth” • Council of the EU: Strategic Cohesion Policy Guidelines, 2006 • “Strengthen cities in their role as engines of regional development and centres of innovation, encouraging more polycentric regional development and the balanced development of cities and conurbations” POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 6

    7. THE “URBAN DIMENSION”: ERDF, ESF and the “J’s” – JESSICA • EU-Com: Guide to the Urban Dimension, 2007 • “The Operational Programmes financed by the ERDF may include information on the approach to sustainable urban development, the list of cities chosen for addressing urban issues and the procedures for sub-delegation to urban authorities” • Principles Sustainable Urban Development Plan Urban development fund • EU-Com: Article 8/ Regulation ERDF (2006) • “the ERDF may, where appropriate, support the development of participative, integrated and sustainable strategies to tackle the high concentration of economic and social problems affecting urban areas” POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 7

    8. A ROLE FOR EUROPEAN POLICIES TO SUPPORT URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN EUROPEAN CITIES • RECOGNITION • INFLUENCE • CONCRETE SUPPORT POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 8

    9. URBAN I and II Community Initiatives – tackling urban problem areas to improve social and economic cohesion in cities • Between 1994 and 2006 these programmes put the integrated approach into practice in around 200 cities across the EU • URBAN II provided 70 cities with financial support from the ERDF (total funding of €700 million), targeting revival of disadvantaged urban districts based on the principle of developing integrated action plans (coordinating social, environmental and economic perspectives) POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 9

    10. URBAN PILOT PROJECT – RECYCLART 1996 POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 10

    11. URBAN PILOT PROJECT – RECYCLART 1996 • Renovation and reuse of abandoned (vandalised) railway station, La Chapelle – re-establishing the connection across the railway line barrier • Creation of Cultural Centre for young people (multi-functional spaces for variety of art forms – music, dance, exhibition, film...) • Re-appropriation and design of public open space (square, podium, skate, hip hop...) • Graffiti gallery • Recycling to produce street furniture • Craft Workshop and Apprenticeship • BUDGET: 6,000,000 ecu – 1,800,000 ecu ERDF (30%) POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 11

    12. URBAN PILOT PROJECT – RECYCLART POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 12

    13. Brigittines? Brussels – A “Dance Theatre” POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 13

    14. Brigittines, Brussels – A Chapel? POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 14

    15. BRUSSELS Neighbourhood Contracts • Affordable Housing Provision to be delivered by public investment, supported private investment and public-private co-operation • Rehabilitation and (re)design of public open space • Social initiatives • Federal, Regional and Municipal, Private Sector, Housing Associations, Centre for Social Welfare, NGO’s and Community Participation POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 15

    16. BRUSSELS Neighbourhood Contracts POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 16

    17. URBAN II Initiative - TARANTO TOTAL budget €40 million ERDF €15 million National €18 million Private Investment €6 million • the renewal of many streets and squares • the regeneration of the tourist port and the strengthening of the related economic activities • the enhancement of tourism through the improvement of cultural heritage. POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 17

    18. URBAN II Initiative - TARANTO POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 18

    19. URBACT I • Exchange and transfer • - Knowledge • - Practice • - Instruments and Tools • - Methods • Support for Cities POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 19

    20. URBACT I EXTENSIVE SCHOOLS – Partners4Action, Netherlands CITY PROJECT LABORATORY – URBANITAS, Kirklees/Berlin APPARTMENT BLOCK EXTENSION- PHYRE Brno TIEL METHOD – Hous-Es GELDERLAND QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT TECHNOLOGY – Hous-Es, Poznan/Krakow POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 20

    21. URBACT I – Extensive School, Arnhem (Nl) POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 21

    22. URBACT I – Appartment Block Extension: Brno, Community Empowerment: Tiel Method (Nl) POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 22

    23. POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 23

    24. WHAT IS URBACT ? • URBACT is a European exchange and learning programme promoting sustainable urban development • URBACT enables cities to work together to develop solutions to major urban challenges, reaffirming the key role they play in facing increasingly complex societal changes • URBACT helps cites to exchange and work together towards pragmatic solutions that are new and sustainable, and that integrate the economic, social and environmental dimensions of urban development • URBACT enables cities to share good practices and lessons learned by gathering experience of professionals involved in urban policies throughout Europe • URBACT involves 255 cities, 29 countries, and more than 5.000 active participating partners • URBACT is jointly financed by ERDF and the Member States POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 24

    25. URBACT II • Exchange and Transfer (knowledge, practice, tools and methods) • Local Action Plans • Local Support Groups • Engagement of Managing Authorities • __________________ • (Informal) Capacity Building POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 25

    26. URBACT II – Delivering Electromobility: EVUE POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 26

    27. JOINING FORCES – Metropolitan GovernanceBiogasmax Project – Lille MetropoleBiomethane Lifecycle POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 27

    28. My Generation – Supporting Urban Youth Spoor Noord POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 28

    29. URBACT II Local Action Plans – Her0 Cultural Heritage Integrated Management Plans Regensburg World Heritage City Visitor Centre POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 29

    30. URBAN II Local Action Plans - SUITE • Social Integration – Krakow • Introducing Container Housing – Rennes Metropole POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 30

    31. ...SO WHAT NEXT? • OPPORTUNITY • INTERACTION • MOMENTUM POLISH LSG 3rd Seminar I Revitalisation - Integrated Approach to Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods 9th May 2010 – Krakow Page 31

    32. www.urbact.eu Philip Stein URBACT II Thematic Pole Manager: phstein@skynet.be contact@urbact-project.eu www.urbact.eu/project