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.

Latest news

Thursday, May 3, 2018 - 13:55

Since the Earth Autopsy launch back in December 2017, the visualisation tool has been presented to a variety of stakeholders and international audiences. Earth Autopsy has been developed by City of Norrköping in cooperation with a local company.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 - 11:32

 

The heritage protected pilot site of Skoone Bastion – boasting extensive historical background – was observed from the temporary use viewpoint during the meeting where urban planners from Sweden, Latvia and Finland gathered to discuss and exchange experiences with each other.

Good Practices

 

Brownfield regeneration

Riga restored the abadoned Miera Garden and its surroundings creating safer and more attrative environment for recreation.

Citizen participation

Citizen budgeting was tested in connection to planning a riverside area in Örebro with around 100 students involved.