The second partner meeting for the REGINA project takes place in Sandnessjøen in Norway between August 15 and 17. This meeting focuses on land-use and planning issues.
The project that started in September last year is now entering the phase where project partners will identify opportunities and challenges in their respective regions. This is done in collaboration with local actors.
There will be an open session during the meeting where local politicians and actors from Alstahaug municipality will present some of the issues that have high relevance for the municipality and the project. The full programme can be found here (in Norwegian). Amongst the presenters are Mayor Bård Anders Langø from Alstahaug municipality and Public Health Coordinator Ingunn Stemland. The presentations will be released in English after the meeting and the presentations can be followed on Twitter and through the REGINA website. For more information please contact Johanna Feuk at Nordregio or Stig Göran Olsen at Alstahaug municipality (see invitation for details).
REGINA website: www.reginaproject.eu
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