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The spatial and urban dimensions in the 2000-06 objective 2 programmes

Rooney, ML and Polverari, Laura and Mcmaster, Irene and Michie, Rona and Raines, P. and Taylor, Sandra and Bachtler, John and Josserand, Francois and Baeten, Guy (2001) The spatial and urban dimensions in the 2000-06 objective 2 programmes. [Report]

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Abstract

This project, undertaken for the European Commission, was on the integration of the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) and the Urban Framework for Action (UFA) into the 2000-06 Objective 2 Structural Fund programmes. Undertaken at the same time as a parallel Objective 1 project, it had three main aims: (i) to assess whether the Policy Guidelines and Aims of the ESDP and the policy options of the UFA had been integrated into the Objective 2 programmes, (ii) to consider how this had been done, and (iii) to draw together an overview by providing a typology of the spatial and urban actions which correspond with the integration of ESDP and UFA guidelines, aims and options.