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  • Poland: European funds to improve water management, urban transport and energy supply


    A sum of almost EUR 430 million from the Cohesion Policy funds is being invested in five infrastructure projects in Poland.  The Commissioner for Regional Policy, Corina Creţu, explained: “Every euro invested as part of cohesion policy goes towards the same aim: to directly and...

    New look for Larnaca complex in Cyprus


    The municipality of Larnaca, Cyprus, has launched an architectural competition for the regeneration of Zhuhuri mosque. This ERDF-funded project will cover the costs of the winning design and plans. The competition invites architects to submit proposals for the simultaneous protection, conservation,...

    Public consultation on EU funds in the area of cohesion


    In 2018, the Commission will make comprehensive proposals for the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework, which is the EU's long–term budget.  The Commission's proposals will be designed to make it possible for the EU to deliver on the...

    Join the IUC city-to-city cooperation programme - Deadline extended


    Cities in the member states of the European Union who wish to exchange with a city facing similar challenges in another global region are encouraged to apply for the International Urban Cooperation (IUC) city-to-city cooperation programme on sustainable urban development. The programme aims to...

    EU Cities for Fair & Ethical Trade Award


    For the first time, the European Commission will grant an EU city with a Fair and Ethical Trade Award. The aim of the Award is to highlight the important role of cities in providing platforms for fair and ethical trade schemes. The contest was officially launched in Brussels on 7 December 2017 and...

    New roads to bypass the Greek city of Larissa


    This project, funded by the ERDF, aims to build new roads around Larissa in a bid to ease congestion in the city and improve transport connections across Greece. Today, a large number of cars are obliged to use the main roads through Larissa when driving to Western Greece from Thessaloniki or...

    World's biggest city database shines light on our increasingly urbanised planet


    The JRC has launched a new tool with data on all 10,000 urban centres scattered across the globe. It is the largest and most comprehensive database on cities ever published. With data derived from the JRC's Global Human Settlement Layer (GHSL), researchers have discovered that the world has...

    Commission reports on progress under global commitments for sustainable urban development


    At the World Urban Forum in Malaysia, the Commission takes stock of what was achieved under the three commitments put forward by the EU and its partners 15 months ago.  Significant progress has been achieved under the three commitments since they were presented at the UN Habitat III conference...

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