Building attractive, high-quality and sustainable urban areas and increasing competitiveness is a common challenge for Central Baltic cities. Cities seek constantly new integrated approaches on urban development to fully exploit the knowledge, innovation capacity and resources of different actors in the society.  

The Baltic Urban Lab project improves urban planning by developing and testing new integrated planning and Public-Private-People partnership models for the regeneration of four brownfield sites in Norrköping, Tallinn, Turku and Riga. The project identifies and promotes already existing good practices on brownfield regeneration and facilitates learning and exchange of experiences between planners and experts in the Central Baltic region.

Baltic Urban Lab activities & outcomes:


INTERREG Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020
Budget: 2.200.177,75€
ERDF co-financing: 1.697.127,58€