Upcoming Virtual Conference: Putting the Territorial Agenda 2030 into practice - Local and regional pilot activities to strengthen spatial development in Europe
by Directorate-General for Territory (comments: 0)
On 6 May 2021, 10h00 till 15h00 CET, the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI) and the German Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR) promote the public conference ‘Putting the Territorial Agenda 2030 into practice - Local and regional pilot activities to strengthen spatial development in Europe’.
The conference will put a particular emphasis on the pilot action “A future for lagging regions: Fostering the implementation of spatial planning strategies”, led by Germany. The pilot focuses on services of general interest in structurally weak regions and will be implemented until 2023. The partners in the six model regions of the pilot will analyze existing spatial planning concepts and develop and implement future-oriented actions. They will deepen a joint understanding on how spatial development actions on all levels can contribute to implementing the common goals of the TA 2030.
Furthermore, the European framework conditions will be determined: how can the TA 2030 be implemented and supported across Europe and which specific priorities are tackled by the other pilot actions? Ultimately it is the local and regional level where the implementation of the TA 2030 takes place. Thus, the conference closes with a discussion on the support local actors require to implement the overall goals of the agenda in a multitude of regions.
This conference is taking place as an online event, in English-German bi-lingual interpretation. Please register until 3 May 2021 under the following link: https://eveeno.com/ta2030. All registered participants will receive further information on how to join the meeting including a link in due time.