Project - Stadtbildpflege 2.0 / Onderhoud openbare ruimte 2.0.

Description


Description (EN): Demographic changes and megatrends put the authorities responsible for public spaces under pressure. How should public spaces be managed in the future so that people both enjoy being there as well as feeling safe when they are there? How must residential districts be constructed, equipped and maintained so that people can enjoy happy lives in a community longer than ever before. How can a citizen assume a responsible role, and how can one encourage his enthusiasm and promote more self-reliance. While communities and housing development companies in the Netherlands and in Germany are facing these and other issues, they are confronted with continually growing challenges and demands on their services. Both countries are forced to admit that they have reached a limit to conventional methods. This requires time, cross-border and in cooperation, exchanging experiences and combining strengths and knowledge, in order to test promising measures in practical field trials, to evaluate them jointly and to publish them in an innovative strategy handbook from which other regions can also profit. The cross-border approach makes possible a multi-cultural approach: What are our strengths and what can we learn from our neighbors? What impact do our cultural differences have upon public spaces? Questions which can only be answered by means of a cross-border approach.
Description: Vergrijzing en andere grote trends zetten mensen die verantwoordelijk zijn voor de openbare ruimte onder druk. Hoe moet de openbare ruimte in de toekomst worden beheerd, zodat mensen daar graag verblijven en zich veilig voelen? Hoe moeten wijken worden opgezet, ingericht en onderhouden? Hoe kan de burger een verantwoordelijke rol spelen en hoe kan men zijn/haar inzet stimuleren en meer eigen initiatief bevorderen? In Nederland en Duitsland zijn deze en andere zaken onderwerp van gesprek bij gemeenten en woningbouwcoöperaties, die zich met steeds grotere uitdagingen en eisen aan hun dienstverleningen geconfronteerd zien. Beide landen zien dat een grens bereikt is met de conventionele methoden. Het is tijd om grensoverschrijdend en in onderlinge samenwerking ervaringen uit te wisselen en successen en inzichten te combineren. Dit om in praktisch veldonderzoek veelbelovende maatregelen te testen, samen te evalueren en in een innovatief strategiehandboek te publiceren, waarvan ook andere regio’s zullen profiteren. Het grensoverschrijdende concept zorgt ervoor dat er vanuit een multiculturele gedachte gewerkt wordt: wat zijn onze sterke punten en wat kunnen we leren van onze buren? Wat zijn de effecten van onze culturele rugzak op de publieke ruimte? Vragen die alleen een grensoverschrijdend concept kan beantwoorden.

Thematic Information


Thematics: Urban development  
Specific Objective: Reducing the barrier effect of the border for citizens and institutions
Thematic Objective: (11) enhancing institutional capacity of public authorities and stakeholders and efficient public administration through actions to strengthen the institutional capacity and the efficiency of public administrations and public services related to the implementation of the ERDF, and in support of actions under the ESF to strengthen the institutional capacity and the efficiency of public administration
Investment Priority: (11 ETC) ETC specific, for cross-border cooperation: enhancing institutional capacity of public authorities and stakeholders and efficient public administration by promoting legal and administrative cooperation and cooperation between citizens and institutions


Project Summary


Project name (EN): Stadtbildpflege 2.0 / Onderhoud openbare ruimte 2.0.
Project name: Stadtbildpflege 2.0 / Onderhoud openbare ruimte 2.0.
Project name (Other language): Stadtbildpflege 2.0 / Onderhoud openbare ruimte 2.0.
Project acronym: Stadtbildpflege 2.0 / Onderhoud openbare ruimte 2.0.

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2019-09-24

Web: https://www.deutschland-nederland.eu/home/

Project start date: 2018-01-01
Project end date: 2020-12-31
Project status: Ongoing

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 837.512,20
European Union funding: EUR 418.756,09

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Partners Data


Lead Partner (EN): Institut für Abfall, Abwasser, Site und Facility Management e.V.
Lead Partner: Institut für Abfall, Abwasser, Site und Facility Management e.V.
Address: Beckumer Str. 36, Ahlen, Germany
Legal status: private

Address: Emsstraße 34, Emsdetten, Germany
Legal status: private
Address: Boulevard 1945 324A, Enschede, Netherlands
Legal status: private
Address: Fäustelstraße 1, Ahlen, Germany
Legal status: private
Address: Am Markt 1, Emsdetten, Germany
Legal status: public
Address: Westenmauer 10, Ahlen, Germany
Legal status: public
Address: Bahnhofstraße 35, Steinfurt, Germany
Legal status: private
Address: Enschede, Netherlands
Legal status: public
Address: Burgermeester Jansenplein 1, Hengelo, Netherlands
Legal status: public
Address: Paul Krugerstraat 44, Hengelo, Netherlands
Legal status: private

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