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

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 12:36

City of Turku held Baltic Urban Lab’s Joint City Pilot Review meeting in the recently opened Visitor and Innovation Center Joki on Tuesday, 13 February 2018. The event was organized as a part of Baltic Urban Lab project activities and attendees came from partnering cities Tallinn, Norrköping and Turku as well as University of Turku, Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC) Sustainable Cities Commission, INTERREG Central Baltic Programme and Nordregio.

Monday, January 29, 2018 - 16:45

Our friends at the REFILL project are about to start making conclusions from their journey in temporary use in the city landscape and we are of course, sharing their invitation to join their final conference with all of you.

Good Practices


Brownfield regeneration

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

Citizen participation

Safety walks are being organized in order to gather residents’ experiences on their own living environment in Turku.