BYDGOSZCZ, POLAND 16-17 April 2012
Cobraman Final CONFERENCE
On 16 – 17 April 2012 under the patronage of the Minister of Regional Development the COBRAMAN project has held the official final conference – MANAGING BROWNFILEDS IN THE CITIES marking the coming closure of the project.
During the conference the project partners presented the results of the 3 year long cooperation in the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme. The achieved brownfield results and the redevelopment works that COBRAMAN has been implementing gave way to the panel discussions on brownfield revitalization in Europe, management instruments contamination, brownfield management strategies, education in brownfield development and on transnational project cooperation in general.
The COBRAMAN partners would like to thank all the participants for contributing to the project realization.
For materials from the conference please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For conference presentations visit a conference website ENGLISH / POLISH.
LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA 17 May 2011
Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia organised a public Conference about BROWNFIELD REGENERATION with more than 70 participants. Beside presentation of COBRAMAN project, interesting examples of successful brownfield regeneration in Slovenia and abroad were also presented. One of them was a project of The Olympic park where the Olympic Games London 2012 will be organised.
MOST, POLAND 24 November 2009
COBRAMAN project and all pilot sites were presented to a wider public by project partners and a trip to Most Lake pilot site was organised.
KRANJ, SLOVENIA 28 January 2009
COBRAMAN kick-off conference
The aim of the conference was to present COBRAMAN project, its aims, activities and expected results to a wider public.
The conference agenda was as follows:
• Welcome by the Host
• Presentation of Slovenian Contact Point
• Presentation of the Programme by JTS representative
• COBRA-MAN in brief
• Strategy and methodology for brownfields in Slovenia
• COBRA-MAN in Slovenia and Kranj: Activities foreseen, Local project
• Brownfield redevelopment activities in the Partner countries and cities – main issues, national approaches, priorities