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Pan-Baltic stakeholder's workshops organized by PartiSEApate project

To ensure sustainable and integrated planning across the BSR PartiSEApate project will focus on engaging transnational, national and regional bodies as well as sectors and researchers in a series of dialogues on a pan-Baltic level.

Through these workshops, stakeholders will gain an understanding of what MSP means to them and why it is important to treat certain topics on a transnational level. Planners will in turn get an insight into their priorities, objectives, expectations, fears and hopes. Initial workshops will be devoted to only one sector/topic each, so as to focus the discussions.

Procurement procedure for provision of expert services for „PartiSEApate” project announced

Latvian State Regional Development Agency has announced procurement procedure for the provision of expert services for the needs of the PartiSEApate project.

We are looking for expert for development of Concept for a transnational institutional and governance model on transnational coordination, agreements and data exchange in MSP and Recommendations for transnational MSP.

Multi-level Governance in MSP (Maritime Spatial Planning) throughout the Baltic Sea Region - PartiSEApate

The bodies responsible and/or actually drafting MSP throughout the BSR have joined forces in new Baltic Sea Region programme project PartiSEApate. Project partners will test and develop instruments/models on how multi-level governance mechanisms can be realized in MSP within three pilot case areas: a) Pomeranian Bight (SE, DE, PL); b) Lithuanian Sea (LT, LV, SE, RU); c) Middle Bank (SE, PL).

BSR-TeMo - Territorial Monitoring for the Baltic Sea Region

The first workshop of the ESPON project BSR-TeMo took place on 21 June 2012 in Potsdam. VASAB has initiated the project and VASAB CSPD serves as a Steering Committee for the project.

BSR-TeMo promotes territorial development and cohesion in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) by developing an indicator based monitoring system. The monitoring system will measure the progress in achieving economic, social and territorial cohesion in the BSR by using indicators at different scales. This will contribute to increased knowledge and understanding of territorial cohesion processes in the BSR. Geographically the whole of the BSR, EU as well as none EU-member States, is covered.

VASAB provides opinion on two EU proposals

On 17 April 2012 VASAB CSPD/BSR welcomed the proposal of the European Commission on the future Community Structural Funds and Common Strategic Framework – see here
On 25 May 2012 VASAB CSPD/BSR welcomed the proposal of the European Commission on the future development of the trans-European transport network – see here.
The VASAB opinion was based on the background research paper – see here

VASAB supports BaltSeaPlan Vision 2030

On 19 March 2012, VASAB Committee on Spatial Planning and Development of the Baltic Sea Region has acknowledged the BaltSeaPlan Vision 2030. More information: press release

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