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									            regional            consulting
                       vienna




Urban Technology Network
UTN II
July 2006                                    Co-financed by funds from the
                                             INTERREG IIIB CADSES Programme of
                                             the European Union
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Overview
          topics
         Introduction
         UTN II history and background
         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture
         4 thematic workpackages
         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot
         co-operation projects
         Examples on pilot co-operation projects
         Contacts



                         regional            consulting
                                    vienna
UTN II




Overview
           topics
         Introduction
         UTN II history and background
         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture
         4 thematic workpackages
         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot co-operation projects
         Examples on pilot co-operation projects
         Contacts




                             regional            consulting
                                        vienna
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Introduction


 INTERREG is a programme for cross-
 border, transnational and interregional
 co-operation that was launched under
 the EU Community initiative umbrella
 and is financed by the European
 Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
 On the map you see the CADSES area
 definition in the last programme
 planning period INTERREG IIC.
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Introduction


 In 1998 the project
 Urban Technology Network (UTN)
 was developed as European city
 network project in the context of the
 EU community initiative
 INTERREG IIC CADSES.


 The main objective of the UTN project was to build up the network of cities
 interested in the state of the art of urban technologies and to implement first
 pilot co-operations projects.
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Introduction


 In the current programme planning
 period (2000 – 2006) the CADSES Co-
 operation Area has been enlarged.
 In 2002 the project
 Urban Technology Network UTN II
 was submitted for approval,
 the subsidy contract was signed in 2003.
 The UTN II kick-off conference took
 place in March 2004 in Vienna.
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Introduction


 The main objective and philosophy of the follow up project UTN II is to
 extend the existing Network and to focus on the implementation of pilot co-
 operation projects, that generate large scale investments.
 The output of the pilot co-operations projects have to be bankable- /fundable
 projects to enhance Urban Infrastructure.




 New cities interested in participating in the Urban Technology Network
 should send a letter of intent to utn@regcon.co.at
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Introduction


 Since January 2004 additional cities from five CEECs agreed to co-operate in
 UTN II:
   – Slovakia                                  -   Romania
         Tvrdošovce                                Galati
   – Slovenia                                  -   Croatia
         Kranj                                     Novi Grad
   – Serbia and Montenegro
         Kotor
         Podgorica
         Zrenjanin
         Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
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Introduction


 UTN II project partners
 and additional interested cities




                  CADSES Co-operation Area
          after the EU-extension in May 2004
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Overview
           topics
         Introduction

         UTN II history and background
         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture
         4 thematic workpackages
         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot co-operation projects
         Examples on pilot co-operation projects
         Contacts




                             regional            consulting
                                        vienna
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UTN II history and background
From INTERREG IIC CADSES to INTERREG IIIB CADSES
 In INTERREG IIC CADSES parallel projects with the same title „UTN“ were
 implemented in Austria, Hellas and Italy.
 The transnational project co-ordination of these parallel projects was part of
 the Austrian UTN project.
 Responsibilities and financial processing were done by the implementing
 bodies.
 INTERREG IIIB CADSES obtains the lead partner principle.
 The lead partner is responsible for the whole project,
 there is no division in „national“ projects.
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UTN II history and background
From UTN (I) to UTN II
  UTN was designed to establish a co-operation infrastructure, a network was
  set up and first pilot co-operation projects were implemented.
  At the end of UTN it was clear, that the success of future co-operation will
  be defined by development
  of „bankable or fundable“
  projects.
  Within UTN II a project
  development facility was
  created, because:
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Overview
           topics
         Introduction
         UTN II history and background

         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture
         4 thematic workpackages
         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot co-operation projects
         Examples on pilot co-operation projects
         Contacts




                             regional            consulting
                                        vienna
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UTN II Big Project Picture


           Different activities
           Workpackage structure & EU partners
           Decision making bodies
           Decision making structure
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UTN II Big Project Picture
Different activities in UTN II




                                 Pilot co-operation projects
                                 other network activities
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UTN II Big Project Picture
Different activities in UTN II
  Pilot co-operation projects:
  3 rounds (collection, selection, implementation)

   – Transnational and WP STC (2nd level selection) – March 2004
   – Transnational and WP STC (2nd level selection) – October 2004
   – Transnational and WP STC (2nd level selection) – March 2005

  Transnational thematic workshops:
   – WP 2 – November 2004 in Vienna
   – WP 3 – March 2005 in Venice
   – WP 4 – October 2005 in Thessaloniki / Xanthi
                                                             WP – workpackage
                                                        STC – steering committee
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UTN II Big Project Picture
Different activities in UTN II
  Exchange programmes in close connection with selected pilot co-
  operation projects:

   –   WP 2:   3 exchange programmes – September 2006 in Vienna
   –   WP 3:   3 exchange programmes – June 2006 in Venice
   –   WP 4:   3 exchange programmes – October 2005 in Thessaloniki / Xanthi
   –   WP 5:   1 exchange programme – October 2004 in Leipzig
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UTN II Big Project Picture
WP structure

WP                                         Responsible Partner
WP 1 Network Supervision, Co-ordination,   Municipal dept. 27, AT
     Management´& Support
WP 2 Urban Infrastructure                  Chief Executive office BD, AT
WP 3 Urban Maintenance                     Municipality of Venice, IT
WP 4 Restructuring Public Spaces           Organisation of Thessaloniki, GR
     and Buildings
WP 5 Housing Restructuring                 City of Leipzig, DE
WP 6 Public Relations                      Municipal dept. 27, AT
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UTN II Big Project Picture
WP structure
  Lead partner (LP) and 13 EU project partners (PP) participate
  in these 6 WPs:

LP:    Municipal dept. 27 of Vienna (AT) PP 7: City of Leipzig (DE)
PP 1: Chief executive office BD (AT)     PP 8: University of Leipzig (DE)
PP 2: Municipal dept. 31 of Vienna (AT) PP 9: Organisation of Thessaloniki (GR)
PP 3: Vienna Business Agency (AT)        PP 10: Municipality of Thessaloniki (GR)
PP 4: Municipality of Venice (IT)        PP 11: Municipality of Xanthi (GR)
PP 5: VESTA S.p.A. (IT)                  PP 12: Municipality of Panorama (GR)
PP 6: INSULA S.p.A. (IT)                 PP 13: EAPAX SA (GR)
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UTN II Big Project Picture
Decision making bodies
TN SC
   for WP 1+6         for WP 2            for WP 3            for WP 4            for WP 5         Transnat. PM unit
                   1 member of         1 member of         1 member of         1 member of        Regional Consulting
   Lead Partner                                                                                     (organisation,
                    the WP 2 SC         the WP 3 SC         the WP 4 SC         the WP 5 SC
                   nominated as        nominated as        nominated as        nominated as             minutes)
                   member of the       member of the       member of the       member of the
                       TN SC               TN SC               TN SC               TN SC



                         WP 2                WP 3                WP 4                WP 5
      WP SC       Steering Committe   Steering Committe   Steering Committe   Steering Committe
                      (WP 2 SC)           (WP 3 SC)           (WP 4 SC)           (WP 5 SC)

                      Every PP            Every PP            Every PP            Every PP
                   participating in    participating in    participating in    participating in
                        WP 2                WP 3                WP 4                WP 5
                   has nominated       has nominated       has nominated       has nominated
                   one person as       one person as       one person as       one person as
                   member of the       member of the       member of the       member of the
                      WP 2 SC             WP 3 SC             WP 4 SC             WP 5 SC


  WP Teams             WP 2
                      members
                                           WP 3
                                          members
                                                               WP 4
                                                              members
                                                                                   WP 5
                                                                                  members
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UTN II Big Project Picture
Decision making bodies
 New TN SC structure
 In the TN SC meeting in October 2004 in Leipzig the TN SC members agreed
 on simplifying the selection procedure of pilot co-operation projects.
 To follow this new procedure the TN SC was set up in a new structure:
 Each of the 13 formal project partners and the Lead Partner has one vote.
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UTN II Big Project Picture
Decision making procedure
Collection, standardisation and selection of existing project ideas and expectations   -> Project Management (PM)-
of the project partners and cities interested in co-operation.                                     Team
                                                                                         (transnational & national)



First level selection:                                                                  -> WP Steering Committee
Selection of three project ideas for further workout




On-site evaluation and preparation of the three selected pilot project proposals:             -> Task Forces
- a technical and
- a financial assessment including
- a recommendation on technical solutions suitable for the cityor area as well as
- a recommendation on the funds / banks/ investors / donors
 to prepare an application for.
   recommendation reports
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UTN II Big Project Picture
Decision making procedure
Second level selection:                                                 -> WP -Steering Committee
Decision on implementation of pilot co-operation project based on the    & Transnational Steering
recommendation reports of the task forces
                                                                               Committee



Tendering / subcontracting:                                                    -> PM-Team
Implementation of selected pilot co-operation projects                  (transnational & national)




Delivery of fundable / bankable projects                                    -> Subcontractor




Result = fundable / bankable project
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Overview
           topics
         Introduction
         UTN II history and background
         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture

         4 thematic workpackages
         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot co-operation projects
         Examples on pilot co-operation projects
         Contacts




                             regional            consulting
                                        vienna
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses

         Contents of the WPs
           WP 2 - Urban Infrastructure
           WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
           WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
           WP 5 - Housing Reconstruction
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 2 - Urban Infrastructure
              Contents of WP 2
                –   Waste management
                –   Waste water management and treatment
                –   Water supply
                –   Energy contracting
                –   Communication infrastructure
                –   Ground water
                –   Green areas
                –   Contaminated sites
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 2 - Urban Infrastructure
 Members of WP 2 working team
 Austrian partners

   – PP 1:   Chief Executive Office for Urban Planning, Development and
             Construction; WP manager – responsible for coordination of
             activities within the WP 2, Chair of the WP 2 SC
   – PP 2:   Municipal Department for Water Management (MA 31)
   – PP 3:   Vienna Business Agency, Regional (and local) Development
             Agency for Vienna; WP assistant
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 2 - Urban Infrastructure
 Members of WP 2 working team
 Further partners

   – PP 4:   City of Venice
   – PP 5:   VESTA S.p.A
   – PP 6:   INSULA S.p.A
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 2 - Urban Infrastructure
 Competences (many years of experience in the fields)
   –   Waste management,
   –   Wastewater management,
   –   Water supply,
   –   Ground water,
   –   Energy contracting,
   –   Green areas,
   –   Contaminated sites, …

  EU co-financed projects
   – CONVIBA, CENTRAL, KATER
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 2 - Urban Infrastructure
  Transnational workshop
   The Workshop on Urban Infrastructure took place from 11 – 12 November
   2004 in Vienna. The target groups were experts in the fields of waste
   management, water supply, waste water management, contaminated sites
   etc. from partner cities and interested cities, especially experts who have
   handed in pilot co-operation project proposals and who are looking for
   partners.
   Excursions took place specially focusing on water supply, treatment of
   contaminated sites and buildings and maintenance of landfills.
   The workshop took place during the environmental technology-fair
   “POLLUTEC” and the fair “Public Service” in Vienna. A guided visit to the
   fair gave the participants the chance to visit stands they were especially
   interested in.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
             Contents of WP 3

              –   Urban maintenance and monitoring systems
              –   Potable water supply
              –   Soil remediation
              –   Natural disaster prevention
              –   Pollution monitoring
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Members of WP 3 working team
 Italian partners
   – PP 4:   City of Venice; WP manager – responsible for coordination of
             activities within the WP 3, Chair of the WP 3 SC
   – PP 5: VESTA S.p.A
   – PP 6: INSULA S.p.A
   – Veneto Innovatione S.p.A., WP consultant
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Members of WP 3 working team
 Further partner

   – PP 1: City of Vienna, Municipal Department for Water Management
           (MA 31)
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 General information on the main issues of the projects for the WP
 Improvement of urban living standards through

   – Urban maintenance and renewal
   – Implementation of water cycle management
         • renewing sewage network; implementing sewerline technology for data
           transfer
   – Energy saving
         • saving measures for public buildings
   – Contaminated sites
         • site characterization and testing
         • site investigation and remediation processes
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 General information on the main issues of the projects for the WP
 Improvement of urban living standards through

   – Energy saving
         • saving measures for public buildings
   – Contaminated sites
         • site characterization and testing
         • site investigation and remediation processes
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Local Partnership

   – Venice Municipality
         • Italian partner in UTN I
   – INSULA S.p.A.
         • urban maintenance company
   – VESTA S.p.A.
         • environmental services company
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Know how in WP 3
 City of Venice
   – Italian partner in UTN I
   – the municipality manages services concerning urban maintenance by:
         • setting recycling collection and transport of urban waste
         • managing soil remediation projects
         • promoting citizens participation in waste management
         • handling water level forecasting (because of extreme high tides) and containing wave-
           motion
         • managing the plant, animal, contaminated land, water and ecological presence in the city
           through Environment Department
         • managing remediation projects of brownfields sites previously contaminated by industrial
           use
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Know how in WP 3
 INSULA S.p.A.
   – Urban maintenance company
   – Participant in UTN I

 Skills and competencies
   – extraordinary maintenance (restoration and rehabilitation) of historic centres
   – rehabilitation, rationalisation and enlargement of the sewer systems in historic
     centres
   – territorial information systems to support the knowledge and management of the
     urban fabric and the implementation of applications to support the processes of
     urban maintenance and the running of public utility systems.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Know how in WP 3
 VESTA S.p.A.
   – environmental services company
   – Participant in UTN I

 Skills and competencies
   – Management of green areas
   – Management of installations “waste to energy” and for toxic waste – soil
     remediation
   – responsible for local water cycle management on behalf of City of Venice
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Special co-operation interests

   – Our project philosophy aims to
         • co-operate with all EU PPs


   – In order to
         • set up strategic collaboration with EU and CEEC cities interested
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Transnational workshop
   The Transnational Workshop on Urban Maintenance in the framework of
   UTN II work package 3 "Urban Maintenance" took place on 9 and 10 March
   2005 in Venice, Italy. Several experts gave a theoretical background on
   urban and green maintenance in Venice. As well a status report on the UTN
   II work package 3 pilot co-operation project „Ars Aevi Contemporary Arts
   Museum in Sarajevo“ was given. Furthermore projects on urban
   regeneration in service of sustainable development in Xanthi (Greece), on
   industrial park development in Galati (Romania) and on Brownfield
   redevelopment in Leipzig (Germany) were presented. Two excursions were
   offered. Visits to the recycling plants in Fusina and to the urban
   maintenance yards in the historical center of Venice allowed to show how
   the city council of Venice copes with litter and maintains the city’s sewer
   system.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Exchange programmes
   Three exchange programmes on urban maintenance took place in June 2006
   in Venice, Italy. The event started with the work package 3 exchange
   programme number 1, “SME Incubators in Venice”. The manual entitled
   “Standardisation of Technological Facilities, Monitoring Systems and
   Management Model of SMEs Business Incubators in Venice” was finalised
   and published in printed and digital versions. An overview on the
   publication was given and the progress of the project to date was outlined.
   Exchange programme number 2 dealt with “The Urban Green Management
   Monitoring System”. This system surveys the public green spaces in Venice
   and gave delegates the opportunity to consider a new information system for
   the consultation and the management of “green” heritage.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 3 - Urban Maintenance
 Exchange programmes
   Exchange programme no. 3, “Urban GIS Network” gave an overview of
   standards and their level of application for the representation and the
   management of geographic information at European level, together with
   information regarding the updating procedures. The case study of two
   centralised interactive geographical data servers, based on oracle spatial 10g
   and on open source, was presented. Delegates had the opportunity to
   exchange information and experiences in plenary meetings after every
   session.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
               Contents of WP 4

                –   Urban renewal, city renovation
                –   Cultural heritage, historical city centres
                –   Land management and management of urban growth
                –   Public buildings, open spaces and efficient use
                –   Industrial reclamation
                –   Area management
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
  Members of WP 4 working team
  Greek partners
   – PP 9:    Organisation of Thessaloniki for the Master Plan and the
              Environment; WP manager – responsible for coordination of
              activities within the WP 4, Chairperson of the WP 4 SC
   –   PP 10: Municipality of Thessaloniki
   –   PP 11: Municipality of Xanthi
   –   PP 12: Municipality of Panorama
   –   PP 13: EAPAX SA (Xanthi Development Agency)
   –   Euroconsultants SA, WP consultant
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
  Members of WP 4 working team
  Further partners
   – PP 1:   Chief Executive Office for Urban Planning, Development and
             Construction
   – PP 4:   City of Venice
   – PP 6:   INSULA S.p.A
   – PP 7:   City of Leipzig
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
  Transnational workshop

   The transnational workshop on restructuring public spaces and buildings
   took place in October 2005 in Greece. The workshop was combined with
   three exchange programmes (see “exchange programmes on restructuring
   public spaces and buildings” above). Several examples of urban
   restructuring in Thessaloniki were presented and Viennese and Leipzig
   models were discussed. In Greece it is a recent topic to re-use former
   military camps. The use for sports is obvious because former military camps
   are some of the last open spaces.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
  Transnational workshop

   One part of the renewal strategy for the City of Leipzig is to create open
   space by demolishing buildings that are not used any more because of
   decreasing population (migration). The green spaces attract investors to
   refurbish and people to rent the remaining buildings. The City of Vienna
   funds housing renewal with the mean of a very soft subsidy system. People
   may stay in their homes during the renovation of houses and technical
   infrastructure. Further the participants had the chance to visit to a location
   recently restructured with URBAN means.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
  Exchange programmes
   Three exchange programmes on restructuring public spaces and buildings
   took place in October 2005 in Greece.
   The WP4 exchange programme no. 1 “Bridge Heritage” started with the
   inauguration of the UTN II transnational exhibition “Bridges and the City”
   in the Folk Art Museum in the old city centre of Xanthi. Furthermore
   international bridge examples were discussed. At the end of the ex-change
   programme the participants had the chance to get the impression of the City
   of Xanthi during a site visit to the location where the pilot co-operation
   project “Construction of a pedestrian bridge in the torrent Kosynthos, using
   eco-friendly techniques” shall be realised.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 4 - Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings
  Exchange programmes

   The topic of the WP4 exchange programme no. 2 was “Sports facilities in
   the urban fabric”. There were presentations in connection with the pilot
   cooperation project in Panorama. The exchange programme ended with the
   excursion to the Kaftazoglou Stadium.
   The WP4 exchange programme no. 3 was dedicated to Public Procurement,
   which is the topic of another UTN II pilot co-operation project.
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 5 - Housing restructuring
              Contents of WP 5

                –   Housing restructuring concept
                –   Restructuring of “Panel Housing”
                –   Restructuring of turn of the century buildings
                –   Energy saving measures, alternative sources of energy
                –   Social integration
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 5 - Housing restructuring
  Members of WP 5 working team
  German partners
   – PP 7: City of Leipzig; WP manager – responsible for coordination of activities within
           the WP 5, Chair of the WP 5 SC
   – PP 8: University of Leipzig; WP assistant
  Further partners
   –   PP 4:    City of Venice
   –   PP 5:    VESTA S.p.A
   –   PP 6:    INSULA S.p.A
   –   PP 11:   Municipality of Xanthi
   –   PP 13:   Xanthi Development Agency (EAPAX SA)
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 5 - Housing restructuring
  Strategy
         04/2006
                   Transnat
                                                             Implementation and
                     ional
                                                               Standardisation


         06/2005
                                                            Project Proposal City X
                               Implementation and


                                                          Transnational Conference
                               Standardisation


         10/2004

                                                     „Sustainable Concepts for Restoration
         04/2004                                    and Development of Inner-City Quarters“
                                                       Promotion, Acquisition, Consulting


                    National                        Project Proposal „New Living Concepts“
         07/2003
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 5 - Housing restructuring
  Competences
   – Development of comprehensive and detailed urban strategies
   – Programmes for urban renewal (e.g. URBAN II)
   – Strategic management of „change“ at an urban wide context
   – Concepts for blocks of houses and their surrounding
   – Expert in systematisation of historic buildings
   – Development of constructive, creative and planning concepts and their
     realisation
   – Expert in the constructive build up of historic buildings and possible measures
   – Restoration and Rebuilding of Traditional Buildings and Settlements with
     Ecological Methods
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 5 - Housing restructuring
  Competences
   – Strategy instruments to increase homeownership in inner-city areas
     (self-user project)
   – Experience in aquisition of funding possiblities and development of financial
     concepts
   – Maintenance
         • extraordinary maintenance (restoration and rehabilitation) of historic centres
         • routine maintenance
   – Monitoring
         • Territorial information system
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 5 - Housing restructuring
  Special Co-operation Interests

  Provision of our technical, organisational and financial knowledge for
  cities in the CADSES which are interested in our comprehensive
  approach „Sustainable Concepts for Restoration and Development of
  Inner-City Quarters“

  The project partners of WP 5 act as consultants
   – Joint development of a pilot co-coperation project
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4 thematic WPs with different focuses
WP 5 - Housing restructuring
  Exchange programme
   The exchange programme on housing restructuring (implemented as a conference/
   workshop) took place from 27 – 28 October 2004 in Leipzig.
   Different cities presented restructuring projects in their country as well as their co-
   operation with other countries. The main objective was on the one side presenting
   the special know how of the respective institution and on the other side showing
   opportunities how a European co-operation can help to find solutions to improve
   urban infrastructure to a higher level.
   Walks around Leipzig showed examples of urban renewal and reconstruction. After
   these walks there was a presentation on urban renewal in Leipzig, URBAN II and
   typical buildings in many quarters in Leipzig built around 1900.
   The conference was integrated in the fair "denkmal 2004", the European Trade Fair
   for Conservation, Restoration and Urban Renewal that is focused on states in the
   East of Europe.
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Overview
           topics
         Introduction
         UTN II history and background
         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture
         4 thematic workpackages

         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot co-
         operation projects
         Examples on pilot co-operation projects
         Contacts




                            regional            consulting
                                       vienna
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects

          What kinds of projects are possible within UTN II
          Standardised form for collection of pilot co-operation
          project proposals
          Evaluation criteria
          Different selection rounds
          Output =
          bankable/fundable project proposals (project application)
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
What kinds of projects are possible within UTN II
Basics
  A regulated selection, evaluation and decision making process leads from the
  collection of existing project ideas to the implementation of the pilot co-
  operation projects. This procedure guarantees the high quality of pilot co-
  operation projects as well as multilateral interest in the chosen issues.
  The target of each pilot co-operation project is to develop –
  in close co-operation with the technical and financial experts, the political and
  administrative decision makers and the eligible financing institutions –
  a fundable or bankable project, which means a project ready for
  implementation.
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
What kinds of projects are possible within UTN II
Basics
  The municipality/final beneficiary concerned, based on the elaborated
  technical and financial assessment, is directly put into a position to implement
  the project.
  UTN II does NOT finance the realization of urban infrastructure projects!
  But within UTN II project ideas are developed so far that they are ready for
  implementation.
  Large-scale investments are an expected consequence and a long lasting
  outcome of the UTN II network.
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
What kinds of projects are possible within UTN II
Character of UTN II pilot co-operation projects
  A UTN II pilot co-operation project
   – covers the development process from a project idea to the completed
     documents ready for financing and implementing an urban infrastructure
     project,
   – is to be elaborated in a transnational co-operation (involvement of
     EU project partner),
   – has to lead to a (large-scale) investment upgrading the urban
     infrastructure and services in a city,
   – has to be consistent with the Common Initiative Programme (CIP)
     INTERREG III B CADSES.
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
What kinds of projects are possible within UTN II
Character of UTN II pilot co-operation projects
  What is transnational co-operation?
         At least 2-3 partners from at least 2 countries (one of them from EU-
         country)
  Examples for (large-scale) investment upgrading the urban
  infrastructure and services in a city
   – rehabilitation of sewerage system,
   – connection of different gas systems of 3 towns in order to achieve higher
     energy efficiency,
   – schedule of sludge disposal systems,
   – rehabilitation of contaminated sites.
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Standardised form for collection of pilot co-operation project
proposals




     Filename: UTN2_standardised_form_041001.doc   Filename: UTN2_guidelines_hand_in_projects_040521.pdf
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Standardised form for collection of pilot co-operation project
proposals
  Spectrum
  WP 2 (Urban Infrastructure)        WP 3 (Urban Maintenance)
  – Waste management                 – Urban maintenance and monitoring
  – Waste water management and         systems
    treatment                        – Potable water supply
  – Water supply                     – Soil remediation
  – Energy contracting               – Natural disaster prevention
  – Communication infrastructure     – Pollution monitoring
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Standardised form for collection of pilot co-operation project
proposals
  Spectrum
  WP 4 (Restructuring Public Spaces      WP 5 (Housing Restructuring)
   and Buildings)
  – Urban renewal, city renovation       – Housing restructuring concept
  – Cultural heritage, historical city   – Restructuring of “Panel Housing”
    centres                              – Restructuring of turn of the
  – Land management and                    century buildings
    management of urban growth           – Energy saving measures,
  – Public buildings, open spaces and      alternative sources of energy
    efficient use                        – Social integration
  – Industrial reclamation
  – Area management
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Standardised form for collection of pilot co-operation project
proposals
     item 3 (project partner) – minimum contribution of (CEEC) beneficiary
  The final beneficiary contributes to a pilot co-operation project by

   – providing a local expert/contact person who knows the on-site situation and
     institutions, and who is entitled and authorized to make decisions representing
     the referring municipality,
   – providing an office equipped with telephone, fax and internet,
   – giving an introduction to the project and the intended large scale investment,
   – organising and providing the task forces´ needs on site (e.g. hotel, working
     rooms, meetings with local experts, local transport, …),
   – bringing the task force members, technical, financial and management experts in
     contact with their local counterparts and decision making authorities.
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Evaluation criteria
The project proposal has to meet the basic criteria mentioned in the
guidelines
  Fulfilment of formal requirements:
    – completed standardised form and fulfilment of basics
    – fits into the WP where it is handed in
  Effects of the project on the environment
  Economic effects of the project
  Probability of implementation
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Evaluation criteria
  Additional information

   – Cost of the pilot co-operation project in relation to the planned activities
     and its expected benefit
   – Financing of the pilot co-operation project (completely by UTN II/ partly
     by UTN II and the municipality of the resp. city/ partly by UTN II and
     the applicant or another project partner/ other financial sources)
   – Already existing assessment (technical/financial)
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Different Selection rounds
collection of existing project ideas of the project partners   -> the project partner (applicant)
and cities interested in co-operation                            fills in the standardised form




delivering the project proposal to the work package (WP )      -> the project partner (applicant)
manager of the regarding WP quoted in the standardised         sends the project proposal to the
form                                                            responsible WP manager via e-
                                                                              mail
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Different Selection rounds
assessment of the project proposal by means of the        -> the WP manager evaluates the
stipulated evaluation criteria                                project proposal and gives
                                                              feedback to the applicant




adaptation of the project proposal, submission of         -> the applicant adapts the project
additional (missing) material                                          proposal




                       mature project proposals (see evaluation criteria)
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Different Selection rounds
First level selection:                                         -> FIRST LEVEL SELECTION by WP
selection of project ideas for further workout                   Steering Committee (WP SC)
                                                                  Feedback on the decisions to the
                                                                            applicant


                                    1st level selected project ideas


On-site evaluation of the selected project proposal by task    -> the task force makes an on-site
force that works out                                                evaluation and delivers a
a technical and                                                recommendation report to the WP
a financial assessment including
                                                                  Steering Committee (WP SC)

a recommendation of the technical solutions suitable for
the city or area as well as a recommendation of the funds/
banks/ investors / donors to prepare the documents for
applying
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Different Selection rounds
                               Task force recommendation report




Second level selection:                                    -> SECOND LEVEL SELECTION by
Decision about the implementation of the pilot co-          WP and Transnational Steering
operation project based on the recommendation report of      Committees (WP SC & TN SC)
the task force




Tendering / subcontracting:                                -> the applicant subcontracts the
Subcontracting of the elaboration of the documents ready   elaboration of the documents for
for funding                                                       funding/financing
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Collection, selection and assessment
procedure of pilot co-operation projects
Different Selection rounds
Delivery of fundable / bankable project to the applicant            -> the subcontractor delivers a
and to the city concerned                                             fundable/bankable project



          Result = fundable / bankable project

UTN II activities and tasks end here
The municipality of the city concerned, after receipt of the elaborated documents, is in the position, to
make the necessary decisions, to submit the applications to the eligible authorities and to address the
relevant institutions for funding/financing and, by that, to implement the urban infrastructure project
immediately

City implements project
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Overview
           topics
         Introduction
         UTN II history and background
         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture
         4 thematic workpackages
         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot co-operation projects

         Examples on pilot co-operation projects
         Contacts




                             regional            consulting
                                        vienna
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects


          Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
          Urban Maintenance (WP 3)
          Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
          Housing Restructuring (WP 5)
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: Sustainable waste water treatment concept of the city of Porec, Croatia

Reduce discharge of 3 mio. m3 untreated waste water and together with this the effluent
of noxious substance to a minimum, preserve the coastal area as recreation zones to
establish a sustainable touristic development, achieve a know-how-transfer of experts
between Austria and Croatia by cooperation to develop the project and teach the staff on
site to handle modern equipment, create an exemplary model for the whole coastal area
of Croatia and indicate the basis of technical and economic know-how exchange,
promote ecological awareness of the population by close identification with the project.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: Inter-connection of GAS systems between the municipalities of Gorizia and
         Nova Gorica and Sempeter Vertoiba, Italy / Slovenia
Set up an inter-connection between the two gas systems. This operation would allow
optimisation of distribution of capacity and pressure according to variations in
consumption, would bring the service to areas that are difficult to reach at present and
would create useful collaboration in management activities (searches for leaks,
decompression chamber management and emergency call-out services), reducing costs
and increasing safety.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: Sustainable solutions to improve the quality of drinking water affected by
         high arsenic contents in 3 Vojvodinan regions, Serbia and Montenegro
Adaptation to the rural structure of the region. The municipalities will be instructed in
mechanisms of founding water associations for tackling their water problems jointly,
deliver a bankable project document for investors and financing institutions, define
technical variants to alleviate the problem, together with their financial implications,
prepare the structures for a Public-Private-Partnership model.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: District heating with biomass plant and use of geothermic energy in
         Tvrdošovce, Slovakia
Biomass plant with use of geothermic energy, biomass sources, pipeline network,
reduction of energy costs (combined use of biomass and geothermic energy, possible
reduction of emission), know-how transfer (development of a sustainable energy
system), dissemination potential.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: Energy efficiency refurbishment of the university of Sopron by means of
         energy contracting, Hungary
The problems must be solved in order to reach European standards and to allow for a
consistent and positive development of energy efficiency activities throughout the
CADSES area. The pilot cooperation project has example function for a dozen further
universities in Hungary and other universities in the CADSES area, which show
potential for energy contracting projects. Know-how exchange between Austria and
Hungary shall lead to the development of sustainable energy efficiency projects.
Furthermore, the pilot cooperation project shows great dissemination potential of
international co-operations for other cities in the CADSES area.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: Heat power generation with geothermic energy in urban development area
         in Vienna; Geothermic Heatgeneration Aspern GTA, Vienna, Austria
Feasibility study of Heat power generation out of tempered water reservoirs in geological
depths for autonomous heat-supply in industrial & residential development area for
energy-, environmental- and resources-saving reasons.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: Masterplan Analyser, Vienna, Austria

The Flugfeld Aspern development zone in Vienna is a perfect example of a large-scale,
master planned urban development on a previously undeveloped site. It is considered key
to long-term effective environmental and economic performance of a development
scheme to test and analyse all conceivable forms of innovative methods in urban
technology. We therefore intend to systematically evaluate the consequences of all
proposed land development activities (e.g. extraction of materials, creating landscape
features, grading, creation of water features, alignment and mode of utility services, etc.)
with respect to environmental and economic considerations. In order to be able to
compare and appraise different solutions, a computer model shall be developed that
allows highly automated processing of such questions. This instrument will be used in
the investment project but is suitable for application on other sites.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Infrastructure (WP 2)
Project: ODOR – Online Detection and Monitoring of OdouRs from Sewer
         Systems, Vienna, Austria
Objective is the development of an online odour monitor for sewer systems. In contrast
to commercially available "electronic noses" the instrument is designed for long-term
operation and quantitative measurement and includes an expert system for detection of
specific emission states. Additionally there are standard sensors for the measurement of
specific leading parameters (H2S, NH3). Since almost every sewer operator has to
struggle with sewage odour problems, future interest will increase across Europe and
worldwide, especially the sensitivity of the population to odour nuisances, due to a
growing amount of sewage treatment and in-creasing standards of living.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Maintenance (WP 3)
Project: ARS AEVI museum of contemporary art in Sarajevo, Bosnia and
         Herzegovina
Invite prominent architects, who have already designed world-class museums and
centres of contemporary art, to design the nuclei of Multicultural Centre and Museum of
Contemporary Art; locate those nuclei at a number of sites in the zone, connecting the
historic centre of Sarajevo with the newer parts of the city; build the Complex in phases,
growing gradually into a unique attraction; provide an inspirational new symbol of
integration and development in Southeast Europe by the meeting of contemporary world
architecture and contemporary art.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Maintenance (WP 3)
Project: Standardisation of technological facilities, monitoring systems and
         management model of SME business incubators in Venice, Italy
Through new urban projects and new opportunities offered by various sites placed in
crucial locations, the City of Venice aims at drawing the attention of estate developers
and operators on highly innovative urban development projects. In this framework the
city benefits of EC contributions coming from ERDF Objective 2 programme in order to
realize some business incubator for small and medium enterprises.
As a result it can be considered one of the City of Venice’s best practices and a
repeatable model.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Maintenance (WP 3)
Project: UGN – Urban GIS Network (Harmonisation of map material of the
         CADSES area), Venice, Italy
The aim of the project is to sound out the feasibility of a standard in managing
cartographic data in terms of acceptable time and costs. The largest amount of
information regarding the partners’ methods of managing the territory’s data will have to
be gathered in order to plan the needs of harmonisation and integration of methods and
data while bearing in mind current technological innovations regarding geographic
systems.
The pilot project also has to draw up a feasibility study and business plan for establishing
an “entity” dedicated to developing and distributing know-how, shared standards and
geographic data in the entire CADSES area.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Maintenance (WP 3)
Project: UGAMMS – Urban Green Management Monitoring System, Venice, Italy

Vesta S.p.A has faced in years many problems related to urban green management and
monitoring system. VESTA, according to the request coming from the Slovacchian city
of Kosice, intend to elaborate a Geographical Integrated System (GIS) for managing and
sharing information among all the subjects interested on urban green maintenance: local
public authority, VESTA technicians and citizen.
The purpose of this project is the developing of a GIS for urban green areas
management, with specific attention on web technology protocols and geographical data.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Urban Maintenance (WP 3)
Project: SPM – Soil pollution GIS monitoring, Venice, Italy

The requirements connected to the adoption, at national/regional and local level, of the
environmental management related European directives, together with the new
procedures requested from an always more detailed regulatory contest and the citizen
request, it causes a considerable effort to the public managing authorities in order to
define a linear and coherent management system.
The focus of this project is to simplify the managing system of local procedures related
to EU-national legislation and enhance its quality, realizing operative guidelines for the
development of a GIS (Geographical Integrated System) software management system.
The testing of a pilot GIS software management system is also foreseen in the SPM
project. At the same time, the operative guidelines and the database structure will be
provided to any interested public administration or managing authority of the European
Union.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: Improving public procurement for urban infrastructure according to EU
         standards
Establishment/improvement of communication infrastructure of the city of Thessaloniki
on public procurement, the transfer of know how on communication infrastructure on
public procurement to the cities of the network that will make use of the project results,
the improvement of public service, improvement of quality of life, improvement of
quality purchasing.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: Construction of a pedestrian bridge in the torrent Kosynthos, using eco-
         friendly techniques, Greece
Upgrade the functionality of a city’s area in the proximity with the University and the
historic settlement of the “Old Xanthi”; reinforce the local cultural image also via the
respect and the preservation of the natural environment and the focus on the “cultural
recycling operation” highlighted for the case of Xanthi in the first phase of UTN at the
strategic, the modelling and the case studies level; upgrade public facility and reinforce
the city infrastructure by a qualitative urban environment approach; improve
accessibility of the urban space and promote walking in the city; sustain the global
reflection for the “City of Tomorrow” and the role of constructions as future monuments.
The international UTN event–expo should be capable to highlight, support and
communicate this target. An edition should sustain the feedback and the project’s
internal “memoir”.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: Development Plan for the “Ziaka” former military camp, Greece

Develop a plan for the Military camp “Ziaka”, to host the following functions: Green
space / Parco, gymnasium and swimming pool, shopping centre and car park (350
places); consolidate a closer partnership at the vertical between the Planning
Organisation and the immediately benefiting Municipalities of Kordelio – Eleftheriou;
explore the possibilities of including private future investors into a public-private
partnership.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: Building Programme for a sports centre and its’ connection to a pedestrian
         route, Panorama, Greece
The municipality proposes with this project to solve two problems:
1) to provide an updated building programme for the total of the sports facilities, and
2) establish a pedestrian zone, which connects the various public facilities as the
   distances are not too overwhelming and so as to minimize car traffic.
The pedestrian zone identified already has a length of 3 km. and will connect the sports
 facilities to other important services and institutions in Panorama.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: Brunnenmarkt – urban infrastructure and revitalisation, Vienna, Austria

During the last years the number of sales declined and the quality of goods deteriorated.
The market lost its diversity of customers, especially the native Austrians stayed away.
To stop this process the district government initiated a civil cooperation process, which
started in October 2002 and lasted for about one year. Everybody concerned was invited
to take part. With support of the Municipal Administration several proposals were
discussed jointly among residents, market sellers, customers of the market, planners and
politicians. (http://www.wien.gv.at/stadtentwicklung/brunnenviertel)
During the civil cooperation process several problems of the market could be identified.
For example: The substance of the market stalls themselves deteriorates due to their
demolition at the end of each day.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: Transformation of an old Municipal slaughterhouse in a sports area,
         Thessaloniki, Greece
The Prefect of Thessaloniki decided the removal of tanneries, which had been
established in the region since 1945. The building has been officially declared as to be
preserved because of its architectural style and already disposes the necessary
infrastructure. The building disposes electricity power, water, w.c. and heating only for
the offices. It should be noted that the pediment has been a research topic for both the
Metsovio National Polytechnic in Athens as well as the Polytechnic of Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki. Its structure remains unique in the history of modern
architecture. In order to preserve and reuse the building of the old Slaughterhouse and its
courtyard, the current pilot project is proposed for its transformation to a sports and
civilization center, hosting many sports or cultural events (exhibitions, festivals and etc.).
Also Disabled People could have sports in cooperation with the Institute for Social
“Work Alexander the Great”.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: “Zentralraum Hernals” – Urban Infrastructure and Revitalisation,
         Vienna, Austria
The aim of the project is to bring all existing ideas and concepts to a solution, which can
be implemented immediately and will lead to a upgrading of the whole area: appreciation
of the appearance of the central public space; enlargement of space for pedestrians and
cyclists; arisement the road safety for pedestrians, especially for pupils; improvement of
the crossings for pedestrians and of the ways to the schools; new configurations of the
public space in front of the „Elterleinplatz“ and „St. Bartholomäusplatz“; increase of
service for the customers of public transport system, improvement of the stops of public;
transport; implementation of new connections to bicycle lanes; installation of a light
concept for public and other important buildings (f.e. church); improvement of the
accessibility of the “Kalvarienberggasse Nord”.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Restructuring Public Spaces and Buildings (WP 4)
Project: Urban renewal of Campo di Marte in S. Marta in Venice, Italy

The aim of the project is the promotion of a study, in order to research, analyse and
integrate all the documental material characterising the area of Campo di Marte.
The work will consider the environmental characteristics of the site, his industrial
pollution condition, the architectural, industrial and environmental bounds, the
consideration by WWF organism, as well as the studies and publications planned in the
past from the University of Architecture, from the Municipality of Venice and from the
Gas Lighting Society of Venice.
It will be also learned out other similar solutions, studied in other European territorial
reality, such as the results of a comparable area in Leipzig and the plans for the three
„Gasometra“ in Vienna.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Housing Restructuring (WP 5)
Project: Experimental living concepts for wilhelminian buildings, Leipzig,
         Germany
In housing restructuring the emphasis lies on the building stock in the inner city of
Leipzig. It has to be modified in such way that it corresponds to the demands of its
inhabitants and that it offers equivalent residential alternative to suburban housing
estates. Housing qualities are to be created that corresponds to modern forms of use,
modern lifestyle and needs, based on an acceptable financial level. The target group are
all people who do currently do not find adequate living space in the city and thus are
forced to move to suburban residential areas. The task is to develop housing concepts
that attract inhabitants to live in the inner city, especially in areas which currently suffer
from a negative image and to develop best practice approaches to reveal the qualities of
housing in the inner city. These built examples shall simultaneously serve to stimulate
the improvement of the area.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Housing Restructuring (WP 5)
Project: Social, Economic and Constructional Improvement of Residential Areas by
         Sustainable Tour-ism Approaches (Leipzig, DE / Venice, IT / Xanthi, GR)
The project shall concentrate on the potentials of tourism for the development of urban
districts, especially disadvantaged inner-city residential areas. These tourist potentials of
each applicant city shall be discovered and appropriate and sustainable tourist attractions
developed. This has to be done in close cooperation with local tradesmen and residents
as well as by exchange and cooperation of different partners in the UTN II Network,
from the city council and institutions working in the field of tourism, urban renewal and
project development. On the basis of the analysed tourist potential of each area
sustainable i.e. social, economic and environmentally acceptable concepts using
especially endogenous potential of the quarters combined with new and compatible
attractions will be developed.
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Examples on pilot co-operation projects
Housing Restructuring (WP 5)
Project: Social, Economic and Constructional Improvement of Residential Areas by
         Sustainable Tour-ism Approaches (Leipzig, DE / Venice, IT / Xanthi, GR)
The experience of the cities using integrated urban development concepts to improve
inner-city quarters with a positive impact on the social, economic and urban situation
will be used. New approaches for the technical, financial and organisational
implementation of urban renewal projects using tour-ism as a driving force shall be
developed using selected best practice examples and the synergetic effects of
transnational exchange of know how and cooperation.
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Overview
           topics
         Introduction
         UTN II history and background
         Urban Technology Network UTN II - big project picture
         4 thematic workpackages
         Collection, selection and assessment procedure of pilot co-operation projects
         Examples on pilot co-operation projects

         Contacts




                             regional            consulting
                                        vienna
UTN II

Contacts
Lead Partner
City of Vienna, Municipal Department 27
Mr. Walther Stöckl
Mr. Klaus Kapper
City Hall, A-1082 Vienna
Phone: +43 1 4000 27055
Fax:    +43 1 4000 7215
E-Mail: sto@meu.magwien.gv.at
        kap@meu.magwien.gv.at


Transnational Project Management Unit
Regional Consulting ZT GmbH
Ms. Gabriele Schinko
Ms. Barbara Bory
Ms. Heidi Hohl
Schloßgasse 11, A-1050 Vienna
Phone: +43 1 544 07 80
Fax:    +43 1 548 49 56
E-Mail: utn@regcon.co.at
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Contacts
WP Managers
WP 2 – Urban Infrastructure                    WP 4 – Restructuring Public Spaces and
Mr. Michael Kaindl                             Buildings
City of Vienna, Chief Executive Office for     Mr. Nikolas Nikiforidis
urban planning, development and construction   Planning Organisation of Thessaloniki
City Hall, A-1082 Vienna                       Vas.Olgas 105, GR-546 43 Thessaloniki
Phone: +43 1 4000 82712                        Phone: +30 2310 886043
Fax:     +43 1 4000 9982712                    Fax:    +30 2310 825151
E-Mail: eu@mbd.magwien.gv.at                   E-Mail: Org-Ryth-Thes@the.forthnet.gr

WP 3 – Urban Maintenance                       WP 5 – Housing Restructuring
Mr. Stefano De Mattia                          Mr. Stefan Gabi
Municipality of Venice                         City of Leipzig, Office for urban renewal
San Polo, Riva Del Vin 1098, I-30125 Venice    Prager Straße 26, D-04103 Leipzig
Phone: +39 041 2700811                         Phone: +49 341 123 5455
Fax:    +39 041 2700890                        Fax:     +49 341 123 5444
E-Mail: relintve@comune.venezia.it             E-Mail: sgabi@leipzig.de
UTN II

Contacts
WP Consultants / Assistants
WP 2 – Urban Infrastructure                WP 4 – Restructuring Public Spaces and
Ms. Sylvia Göttinger                       Buildings
Vienna Business Agency                     Ms. Dorte Hundahl
Rathausplatz 2, A-1010 Vienna              Euroconsultants S.A.
Phone: +43 1 4000 86196                    21 Antonis Tritsis St., GR-57001 Thessaloniki
Fax:    +43 1 4000 7266                    Phone: +30 2310 804 026
E-Mail: goettinger@wwff.gv.at              Fax:    +30 2310 804 100
                                           E-Mail: d.hundahl@euroconsultants.com.gr

WP 3 – Urban Maintenance                   WP 5 – Housing Restructuring
Mr. Ivan Boesso                            Ms. Annett Wünsche
Veneto Innovazione SpA                     City of Leipzig, Office for urban renewal
Via della Libertà 5-12, I-30175-Venezia    Prager Straße 26, D-04103 Leipzig
Phone: +39 041 509 30 23                   Phone: +49 341 123 5420
Fax:     +39 041 509 30 78                 Fax:     +49 341 123 5444
E-Mail: ivan.boesso@venetoinnovazione.it   E-Mail: awuensche@leipzig.de
UTN II




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