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Bulletins on Completed Urban Pilot Projects  

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This is a new series of BULLETINS on URBAN PILOT PROJECTS funded under Article 10 of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). It is produced on behalf of the Directorate General for Regional Policy and Cohesion of the European Commission by ECOTEC Research and Consulting Limited (13B avenue de Tervuren, B-1040 Brussels, tel: +32 2 743 89 49, fax: +32 2 732 71 11) which has been appointed by the European Commission to provide Technical Assistance for the implementation of Urban Pilot Projects. The views expressed in the BULLETINS  are not necessarily those of the European Commission.  

Each BULLETIN  describes the results of a completed Urban Pilot Project, funded during the period 1989-1993. The first six Bulletins were published as RECITE Bulletins and are available in hard copy.

This Website includes BULLETINS on the following URBAN PILOT PROJECTS :

  • Antwerp - The BOM Pilot Project
  • Athens - Queens Tower Environmental Awareness Park and Training Centre
  • Bilbao - Puerta Abierta - The 'Open Door' Project
  • Copenhagen - Řksnehallen
  • Cork - The Revitalisation of Cork's Historic Centre
  • Dresden - The Restoration of the Norbad swimming Pool
  • Groningen - The SEND Project
  • Montpellier - Agropolis International and Agropolis Museum
  • Paisley - The Tannahill Centre in Ferguslie Park
  • Porto - Historic Restoration in the Bairro da Sé
  • Stoke-on-Trent - The Ceramics Quarter
  • Thessaloniki - Renewal and Development of the Historic Commercial Centre
  • Valladolid - Scientific Research and Rehabilitation of the Patrimony  
  • Venice - The 'Thetis' Marine Technology Centre

 

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