URBACT in Ireland
URBACT is all about integrated sustainable urban development. URBACT is helping Irish towns and cities to come together to develop solutions, learn, network and build capacity. The programme has four main objectives:
- Capacity for Policy Delivery
- Policy Design
- Policy Implementation
- Building and Sharing Knowledge
Ultimately it is about providing training and tools to develop better urban policies, making our urban centres better places to live.
National URBACT Point
The Ministry in charge of URBACT
Developing low-carbon and resource-efficient urban food systems, by focusing on three areas: growing, delivering and enjoying food.
Digi Place is an Action Planning Network that aims to set up an acceleration mechanism to enable cities to catch up the digitalisation opportunities...
RiConnect is an Action Planning Network of 8 metropolises which aim is to rethink, transform and integrate mobility infrastructures in order to...
URBACT is looking for expert support to evaluate five National Practice Transfer Initiatives!
The URBACT programme is seeking external expert support to evaluate the results of the five National Practice Transfer Initiatives (NPTI) that were...
Looking for funding for your city? URBACT’s online Toolbox shows you how
With the first for networks under URBACT IV is around the corner, are you looking for funding for your city? Let the URBACT toolbox guide you with...
Tourism-Friendly Cities Manifesto launched
TOURISM-FRIENDLY CITIES is an Action Planning Network aimed at exploring how tourism can be made sustainable in medium-sized cities
2022 Excellence in Placemaking Awards
Submissions for the 2022 ULI Ireland Excellence In Placemaking Awards supported by CBRE are now being received.
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