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2 Spatial Development Projects and how to build them dr inż.arch. Maciej Borsa Instytut Rozwoju Miast - Kraków Presentation made by Maciej Borsa at the „Transnational Seminar for Potential Lead Partners and Partners to INTERREG IIIB - CADSES procedures, for the 3rd Call for Proposals”, held in Brno (Czech Republic) on 9 November 2004

3 Let us start from an egg

4 What is Spatial Development ??? This is an egg... and now let us put the question:

5 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is Spatial Development ??? non-professionals professionals when you ask someone on the street he would probably answer: „Spatial Development” is the department in our Town Hall when you ask professionals they usually start from an egg... So let’s cut this egg !

6 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is Spatial Development ??? spatial development vs. spatial planning Spatial development is specific approach to overall development with the dominating factor of space it should be a tool for spatial development

7 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is Spatial Planning ??? planning management the role of spatial planning is changing: years ago...

8 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is Spatial Planning ??? planning management... and now...

9 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is Space ??? economy: specific factor of development

10 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is Space ??? economy: specific factor of development When ??? Where ??? we can compare space with another specific economic factor: TIME

11 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is Spatial Planning ??? management / policy making planning

12 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków How does Spatial Planning work ??? law organisation recomendations economic tools public investments participation / information analysis / research

13 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków How does Spatial Planning work ??? law organisation recomendations economic tools public investments participation / information analysis / research specific in each country

14 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków How does Spatial Planning work ??? law organisation recomendations economic tools public investments participation / information analysis / research potential fields of co-operation and transnational intervention

15 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków How does Spatial Planning work ??? law organisation recomendations economic tools public investments participation / information analysis / research specially avalaible through Interreg But why we need transnational planning? Why EC supports us with money to do it? Let’s move 15 year ago...

16 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków Why we need transnational Planning ??? isolated states Before „velvet revolution” 

17 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków Why we need transnational Planning ??? isolated states political transformation

18 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków Why we need transnational Planning ??? isolated states political transformation transborder integration

19 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków Why we need transnational Planning ??? isolated states political transformation european integration

20 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is transnational Planning ??? isolated states political transformation european integration In Brussels there is a monument, which reminds to European Biurocrats the importance of building links from member states to the core area of the Union Some years ago thet was a mental map of „european integration” in candidate countries

21 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is transnational Planning ??? isolated states political transformation european integration Is it correct ?No ! There are more links on our continent. And in fact the Atomium is different.

22 MACIEJ BORSA - IRM Kraków What is transnational Planning ??? isolated states political transformation european integration We schould build and support also links between new member states

23 How to build Spatial Development Projects ???

24 PROBLEM IDEA PARTNERS OUTPUT

25 PROBLEMA B C

26 B IDEA PARTNERS OUTPUT PROBLEM

27 IDEA PARTNERS OUTPUT PROBLEM the solution of the problem

28 PROBLEM

29 IDEA PROBLEM dissatisfaction of the state x vision of future x introductory actions

30 IDEA PROBLEM The overall aim of the Interreg initiatives has been, and remains, that national borders should not be a barrier to the balanced development and integration of the European territory. The isolation of border areas has been of a double nature: on the one hand, the presence of borders cuts off border communities from each other economically, socially and culturally and hinders the coherent management of eco-systems; on the other, border areas have often been neglected under national policy, with the result that their economies have tended to become peripheral within national boundaries. The single market and EMU are strong catalysts for changing this situation. Nevertheless, the scope for strengthening cooperation to the mutual advantage of border areas throughout the Community remains enormous. The challenge is all the greater when the future enlargement of the Community is considered, as this will increase the number of its internal borders and, progressively, shift the Community's external borders eastwards. COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE MEMBER STATES of 28 April 2000 (2000/C 143/08)

31 IDEA PARTNERSPROBLEM

32 IDEA PARTNERSPROBLEM LP domination

33 IDEA PARTNERSPROBLEM network projects

34 IDEA PARTNERSPROBLEM

35 IDEA PARTNERS OUTPUT PROBLEM

36 IDEA PARTNERS OUTPUT PROBLEM III. Transnational cooperation (strand B) 12. Objective: transnational cooperation between national, regional and local authorities aims to promote a higher degree of territorial integration across large groupings of European regions, with a view to achieving sustainable, harmonious and balanced development in the Community and better territorial integration with candidate and other neighbouring countries. COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE MEMBER STATES of 28 April 2000 (2000/C 143/08)

37 IDEA PARTNERS OUTPUT PROBLEM

38 The specific profile of INTERREG III B is to focus on the interrelations and interdependencies between the different sectors. This might include even very specific subjects but it always must be clear from the application what constitutes the strategic objectives of the programme. INTERREG III B CADSES 3 rd Call for Project Proposals Applicants’ Manual

39 Applicants sometimes have difficulties to identify the specific profile of INTERREG III B and its spatial approach. Indeed, the programme offers links to all sectoral policies and all disciplines, which are somehow linked to territorial development. The first impression of the programme often is that of an anything- goes-programme. INTERREG III B CADSES 3 rd Call for Project Proposals Applicants’ Manual

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