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AGORA is enabling 10DR cities to become drivers and mediators for the reintroduction of vacant or underused land and buildings into the productive urban value chain. AGORA works on unlocking local potential through community activation and local administration empowerment. 

AGORA Walks is a series of local actions introducing the project and the AGORA Areas to local stakeholders. Join our territorial partners in an exploration of their AGORA areas, urban voids to unlock local space potential, engaging stakeholders, representatives of the municipality, and regular citizens.


In this video, territorial partners from Zenica share with us their objective for the regeneration of part of the TechnoPark, a business incubator building. Zenica wishes to improve existing practices regarding the management of post-industrial assets and engage the local community 


Mihai Cebotar and Victor Buzu, local officers of Chisinau working in the AGORA Consortium guide us through their pilot area: The National Center Buciumul – a big area located in the city centre once an important movie set for the country that could be regenerated for commercial and creative functions.


On the occasion of their State of Play Workshop, territorial partners from Koprivnica engage in an urban walk with their local stakeholders to define together a common strategy for the regeneration of Svilarska Street.

Neckar-Alb Regional Association

With this video, presented to the AGORA partners during the 2nd training seminar, Neckar-Alb Regional Association introduces its pilot action in Meßstetten: a CO2 neutral industrial area gaining knowledge for the whole region


This video shows the visit to unused/underused urban spaces that took place in Szarvas in November. These spaces could be part of the revalorization strategy to be prepared in the framework of the AGORA project. Stakeholders, representatives of the municipality, and members of the project team took part in the walk.


Sofia Development Association held an organized city walk in the framework of the AGORA project, which aims at faster and better regeneration of the urban environment. During the walk, a pre-identified location was presented – the project for the renovation of the Heating Plant which is a good example of the reintegration of underused urban assets.

The AGORA project is implemented under the INTERREG Danube program and is co-funded by the European Union funds (ERDF, IPA II) with the financial contribution of partner states and institutions.

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