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The European CESBA MED project for Sustainable Cities invites you to participate at the CESBA Neighborhood Award 2019!

The application is open until 31st January 2019.

Objectives

  • Improve the quality of life for inhabitants and minimise negative impacts on climate and resources

  • Collect knowledge on urban development

  • Give visibility and share knowledge

  • Contribute to the  global SBE Urban Challenge

Geographical coverage

  • The CESBA Neighborhood Award 2019 is open to different urban areas (cities, districts, neighborhoods, etc.) all over Europe (EU members countries and non EU members countries)

Applicants

  • Application open to all (Cities, NGO, Students, Consultants,...)

  • No participation fee

  • Whole application process in digital form

Categories

By population:

  • Urban areas in cities under 10.000 inhabitants

  • Urban areas in cities between 10.001 and 50.000 inhabitants

  • Urban areas in cities over 50.001 inhabitants

By sort of project:

  • New developments: New urban areas, where the implementation works are nearly finished

  • Existing areas: Existing areas, where the refurbishment works are nearly finished

  • Areas under planning or in implementation phase

A neighborhood...

...has at least three of the following criteria: 40.000 m² up to 160.000 m² ground area (200 m to 400 m)

...can be crossed in 10-15 min walk

...cluster of 5 -15 buildings; 200-1.500 Inhabitants

Benefits

  • Certificate of participation, diploma to the winners of each category, Recognitions for particularly ambitious activities

  • Publication of the award-winning projects (online and print)

  • Visibility of the projects through communication activities of the CESBA-MED project and partners

  • Dedicated time slot for presentation during the World Sustainable Built Environment (SBE) Conference, Gothenburg (Sweden), on June 9-11th 2020

CESBA Neighborhood Award Concept

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