Baltic Urban Lab

An EU co-funded cross-border cooperation project that aims at improving urban planning in the Baltic Sea region. New integrated planning and partnership models for brownfield regeneration are created and tested in practice in Norrköping, Tallinn, Turku and Riga and made available to all cities in the region to help them in revitalization of urban space and support the development of smart, sustainable city districts with high-quality living and working environments.

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Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - 14:49

Baltic Urban Lab will organise its 3rd and last Workshop in cooperation with the annual Nordregio Forum that takes place in Oslo, 29-30th November, 2017. Our workshop topic will be “Sustainable brownfield regeneration in Nordic and Baltic cities – Transforming contaminated land into urban districts and living areas.”

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - 13:00

We are interested to learn about sustainable brownfield regeneration projects and case studies - if Your city has an excellent example of an old industrial building/area turned into lively neighbourhood with great recreational opportunities, we would like to hear from you!  Especially, when in the planning phase, you have utilized citizen participation and more inclusive urban planning processes for regenerating the area!

Good Practices

 

Brownfield regeneration

The ‘Spīķeri’ block, a old warehouse area was re-developed and turned into a public area for culture, education and entertainment activities for inhabitants and visitors.