projects

Alt/Bau

Transnational exchange and learning in order to tackle the challenge of unused and decaying buildings

 EUROPEAN PROJECT

Urban Lab is partner of The ALT/BAU Transfer Network, financed by the URBACT III program, that focuses on alternative strategies in central and historic districts of European cities to activate unused and decaying housing stock. Based on the experiences from Chemnitz’s URBACT Good Practice “Housing Agency for Shrinking Cities” (Agentur StadtWohnen Chemnitz), the network transfers experiences that proved successful to proactively connect administrations, owners, investors and users to initiate sustainable and resource saving development. Thus, the cities will be ready to give unused residential buildings and flats a new chance, using Chemnitz’s URBACT Good Practice.
Urban Lab is working to share with local stakeholders and to transfer the Chemitz’s Good Practice to Turin context.

Project

total budget of the project


595.000,00 €

financing program

URBACT III

lead partner


City of Chemnitz (Germany

partners

Urban Lab Torino (Italy), City of Constanta (Romania), City of Vilafranca del Penedès (Spain), City of Riga (Latvia), City of Eriges Seraing (Belgium), City of Rybnik (Poland)

project duration

33 months (April 2018 - June 2021)

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