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PLANET CENSE

Project title: PLANET CENSE – PLAnners NETworks for CENtral and South-Eastern Europe, No. 3B077, 11/2003 – 10/2006

INTERREG III B CADSES, Neighbourhood Programme 2000-2006

Project coordinator: Mr Peter Schneidewind

Leading partner: Austrian Institute for Regional Studies and Spatial Planning, AT

Partners:City of Vienna, Vienna, AT
Government of Land Styria, Graz, AT
Austrian Federal Railways, Vienna, AT
Federal Ministry of Transport – Building and Housing, Berlin, DE
Planning Authoriy of Land Macklenburg-Vorpommern, Schwerin, DE
Region Emilia – Romagna, Bolona, IT
Region Marche, Ancona, IT
Ministry of the Environment, Spatial Planning and Energy, Ljubljana, SL
Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology, Vienna, AT
Joint Planning Authority of Laender Berlin – Brandenburg, Potsdam, DE
Panteion University Athens, Athens, GR
Cplan – Centre for Habitat Development, Tirana , AL
National Centre for Regional Development, Sofia, BG
Federal Ministry of Spatial Planning and Environment, Sarajevo, BA
Ministry of Regional Development, Prague, CZ
VATI, Hungarian Public Nonprofit Company for Regional Development and Town Planning, Budapest, HU
RKK, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Pécs, HU
Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning, Zagreb, HR
Institute of Urban Development, Krakow, PL
INCD – Urbanproiect, Bucharest, RO
Ministry of Build-up and Regional Development, Bratislava, SK
IAUS, Institute of Architecture, Urban and Spatial Planning of Serbia, Belgrade, SER
University Belgrade, Institute of Spatial Planning, Belgrade, SER
German Association for Housing, Urban and Spatial Development, Berlin, DE

Project description and the main concept: PLANETCENSE, PLAnnersNETworkforCENtralandSouthEastEuropeis a network of national spatial planning institutions and experts established as a consequence of VISION PLANET, aimed at pursuing and developing further the policy options laid down in the VISION PLANET documents. The network fosters spatial integration and cross-sectoral dialogue along the following three tracks: European Spatial Planning Gateway (ESP GATEWAY), ForumforTerritorialImpactAnalysis (TIAn FORUM), and a review of progress made in transnational spatial development and selection of politically viable and sound measures for implementation in international (political) processes that build upon the results of ESP Gateway and TIAn FORUM.