Call for cities and regions: share your good practices on high quality architecture and built environment
The new peer-learning action on high quality architecture and built environment is looking for good practices from cities and regions. Selected applicants will be featured in a Europe-wide catalogue and will be able to host a peer-learning visit.
Building for everyone improves cohesion, well-being and sustainability
The purpose of these peer-learning activities is to demonstrate that building and planning for everyone, improves cohesion, well-being and the sustainability of our cities and regions.
This will be done through:
a catalogue of 30 good practices from across the European Union, emphasising impacts and transferability from one local context to others;
12 onsite peer-learning visits in cities and regions from EU countries. The visits will take place in 2024, allowing participants to learn from each other and from experts.
We are looking for good practices
that are innovative
inspiring for other cities and regions
that have a real impact on the ground and with the local communities
Practices can be policies, projects, events or organisational structures developed and co-funded by local and regional authorities. They can be implemented by the authorities themselves or by other local stakeholders.
Who should apply
The call is open to local and regional administrations of all sizes (rural areas, medium size cities, large and capital cities, regions) from the 27 European Union Member States.
Following up on a call for applications, published in December 2022, the European Commission selected Eurocities and the Architects’ Council of Europe to implement a peer-learning programme on high-quality architecture in cities and regions. This action is funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe programme.