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Process and organisation

The pilot action focused on the backbone of the spatial strategy, with participatory mechanisms being the core of the process. External experts accompanied the consultation groups that worked on the spatial strategy, taking care for the design and sequencing of activities. The final phase of the pilot action was inaugurated in March 2014 through a regional workshop with 100 participants, which enabled a public debate on the national, regional and European positioning of the Torino spatial strategy.

Subsequently, three metropolitan workshops grouped stakeholders from peri-urban municipalities and districts of the city of Torino according to their geographical location. The workshops strengthened the connections between key actors, fostered the engagement of local politicians and representatives of local authorities and facilitated the dialogue with coordinating experts.

Finally, in late autumn 2014, five citizen-oriented "Metropolitan dialogues" were organised, bringing the results to a public audience. The sessions explored the meaning of "being metropolitan" with regard to green infrastructure,  sustainable mobility, economic development hubs, quality of urban space, and attractiveness for tourists.


Final publication

City-Regional Partnerships in Central Europe

Leaflets & newsletter

Project leaflet

Pilot leaflet

Transnational newsletter

No. 1  No. 2

This project has been implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF.