The aim of this deliverable is to develop of a Replicable Urban Regeneration Model. It is part of WP1 “Development of a Replicable Model of Urban Regeneration” and related to Task 1.5 “Urban regeneration model development”.
This document, which develops an innovative and replicable Urban Regeneration Model, is considered as one of the main results of REMOURBAN project, whose first version is provided within this deliverable. The concept behind the model makes that it acts as a spine of the project, being thus related to most of the project activities; fact that explains its relevance. Thus, the model integrates all the technical innovations developed and demonstrated within the project, as well as those non-technical that cover the appropriate enablers that should be involved within the city transformation. Within REMOURBAN, these enablers have been divided into three main frameworks:
Overall, as it is being developed in parallel to the demonstration activities in the lighthouse cities, the development of the Urban Regeneration Model lasts until m58 (once all actions have been demonstrated and duly monitored and the model effectiveness has been tested). Therefore, while this document integrates the knowledge generated until m30 pf the project, it will be the subsequent version (D1.20 – Urban Regeneration Model refined) the one depicting the completed and tested model.
The main intention of this Urban Regeneration Model, understood as a Methodological Guide, is to be used to assist Public administrations and Local governments on the road to transform cities into smarter and more sustainable environments, identifying their goals, evaluating the progress, improving the management procedures, building innovative solutions or financial instruments, ensuring the bankability of the proposed technical innovations, and facilitating the decision-making process to the city players involved along the whole process in order to ensure the achievement of the goals.
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511