Pilot Cities

HUB-IN pilot cities are very different but share the same values and vision: to promote and realise urban transformation and regeneration of historic urban areas with innovation and entrepreneurship as the main catalysts, while preserving the unique identity of the historic areas regarding their cultural and social values.

Lisbon

Lisbon

The local HUB in Lisbon will be developed in the Castle Hill district that host the famous Castle of Saint George and includes two very different and big neighbourhoods: Alfama and Mouraria.

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Utrecht

Utrecht

The HUB-IN area in Utrecht is located in the old industrial part of the city: the “Werkspoorkwartier”.

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Grand Angoulême

Grand Angoulême

In the framework of HUB-IN, Angouleme wants to regenerate the area of the Charente, a river that crosses urban and rural areas of Grand Angouleme’s territory and is highly valued by the inhabitants as part of their cultural and natural heritage.

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Genova

Genova

Genova’s focus area will comprise the main cultural and commercial streets of the western part of Genova’s Old Town - the so called “Caruggio dritto” - close to the old port.

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Belfast

Belfast

As part of the HUB-IN project, Belfast aims to transform the Maritime Mile, using innovation and entrepreneurship to encourage people to dive into Belfast’s fascinating seafaring and industrial history and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the stunning waterfront.

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Brașov

Brașov

In the framework of HUB-IN, the Municipality of Brasov will focus on its historic city centre, the area surrounded by the Old Fortress Wall.

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Slovenska Bistrica

Slovenska Bistrica

In the framework of HUB-IN, Slovenska Bistrica City Council will focus on its historic city centre.

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Nicosia

Nicosia

The key priority in the historic urban area of Nicosia is the regeneration of the area in the centre of the walled city, adjacent to the new municipality building and the Green Line (United Nations Buffer Zone).

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