Invitation to Regional Workshop on Improved Accessibility along North Sea-Baltic Corridor in Baltic states, 04/04/2017 Riga
VASAB Secretariat as one of the project’s “North Sea-Baltic Connector of Regions” (NSB CoRe) project partner is pleased to invite You to join the Regional Workshop on Improved Accessibility along North Sea-Baltic Corridor in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Workshop is organized as part of elaborating a joint spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility of the North Sea-Baltic corridor.
Local, regional and national authorities on spatial and transport planning are invited to join the discussion, and contribute towards identification of strengths, opportunities, main obstacles and risks, which should be addressed during elaboration of the joint spatial vision. The workshop will serve as a discussion space to address the key issues to be solved for the improvement of the transport connections and identification of further policy incentives.
Elaboration of the joint spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility will last for three years and will be presented within VASAB framework as well as discussed with stakeholders in NSB CoRe countries through the whole development process.
This vision will be a unique spatial planning document for a transport corridor in the Baltic Sea Region, it will be delivered to the VASAB Ministerial Conference in 2019 and will serve as input to national and regional development planning documents.
Workshop will take place in the Tallink Hotel Riga, Elizabetes Street 24, Riga, Latvia on April 4th, 2017, 10:00–13:00.
More information about the project: www.nsbcore.eu
If You have any further questions, please contact Liene Stikane, Spatial planner, firstname.lastname@example.org
VASAB Secretariat is elaborating the vision as part of the NSB CoRe (North Sea-Baltic Connector of the Regions) project Work package 4 “Spatial planning for NSB CoRe Network Development” that is co-financed by the ERDF and made possible by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme.