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Guidance document

Policy Brief #04: A roadmap for the EU and Europe: Integrating adaptive heritage reuse in wider Eu policies, programmes and practices

In this Policy Brief, we present why adaptive heritage reuse should be facilitated by, incentivised by and integrated in a wide set of EU policies and strategies.

Policy Brief #04: Regional integration of the adaptive heritage reuse projects: Strengthening sustainable local development

In this Policy Brief, we present four models that shed light on different ways of integrating adaptive heritage reuse practices into a larger territorial framework. They were created for policy makers, heritage officers, and planners at local and regional levels of government, to help them navigate the diverse landscape of Adaptive Heritage Reuse (AHR) projects and find models that are the most suitable for their contexts.

Cultural Heritage Leading Urban Futures: Actions and Innovations from ROCK Project

Actions and Innovations from ROCK Project
Guidance document

Policy Brief #03: Financing the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage: Enabling complementary financing instruments for bottom-up initiatives

In this Policy Brief, we present recommendations for policy makers, heritage officers, and planners, at national and sub-national levels of government. These recommendations aim to support the implementation of adaptive heritage reuse projects. The recommendations are based on our work in the OpenHeritage project and in particular our reports on policy and the governance dialogue.
Financing the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage is a challenging undertaking and requires the orchestration of co...

European sustainability award launched at Change the Change conference

Win 10,000 EUR and be recognised as a European leader of sustainable urban transformation with the 2019 Transformative Action Award

ROCK Factsheet No. 3: Technological solutions for heritage-led urban regeneration

This is the last of the three factsheets that present the diverse facets of the ROCK project. This third factsheet will dig deeper into one of the most distinctive elements of the project: technological solutions to boost heritage-led urban regeneration.

ROCK Factsheet No. 2: Learning from each other

Cultural Heritage leading urban futures: This is the second of three factsheets, which will present the diverse facets of the ROCK project. This second one will refer to the knowledge exchange process among cities that are part of ROCK dealing with similar challenges, or the so-called ROCK Mentoring process.

ROCK Factsheet : Living Labs for cultural-led urban regeneration

Living Labs support cities in addressing social, economic and environmental challenges. They are sites to collaboratively design and test innovations, whether social or technical. These laboratories are tailored to their local socio-cultural environments and link co-creative methods with new technologies
to make cultural heritage a driving force for urban regeneration processes.