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This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme

wiki:in_depth_information_on_guidelines_on_inter-municipal_commercial_location_development

Guidelines on intermunicipal commercial location development

Target groups
Policy makers, civil servants/administration/planner/scientists/specific institutions; Municipal economic departments, spatial planning offices, local development institutions. Cities, villages, regiona, location managers, regional developers.

Area of application
Comunis pilot areas: Leiblachtal and Großes Walsertal (Vorarlberg), Tarare (Rhone-Alpes), Martigny/Sion/Sierre (Region lémanique), Alpsee-Grünten (Schwaben), Val Passiria/Passeiertal (Alto Adige/Südtirol), Gorenjska (Slovenia).

Time frame
Results have been elaborated during the entire duration of the project (01/07/2009 - 30/06/2012). No specific timeframe for the applicability of results, as guidelines offer the process and methods to foster intermunicipal cooperation and provide hints and suggestions for intermunicpal process of strategy development.

Keywords
Commercial location development (CLD), intermunicipal cooperation, public service provision, SME support and networks, guidelines

Accessibility
Open access to the guidelines (pdf) in the project website as well as alpine space programme web site and WIKIAlps

Transferability and re-usability
The applicability of the instruments listed in the guidelines may be subject to restrictions in some cases, which are based on federal or national differences of e.g. legal planning system, different systems of municipal funding. This concerns in particular the (legal) ways of organizing the implementation of intermunicipal commercial location development. This does not apply for tool of analysis, methods and process for evaluation. Guidelines are specifically addressed on how to apply and adapt inter-municipal CLD strategies to other local/regional challengers, conditions and potentials.

Sector policies adressed
Spatial planning (infrastructure planning, land management) , public services, labor market, commercial sectors (primary, secondary, tertiary), waste management, susiness and industry

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