The network

The MAPS project was born from the collaboration of 9 European cities to find solutions and strategies in the reuse of the former military assets (heritage). The project is part of the URBACT III program, and started its activity in September 2015.

NetworkPiacenza (Italy) / Serres (Greece) / Varazdin (Croatia) / Szombathely (Hungaria) / Telsiai (Lithuania) / Koblenz (Germany) / Longford (Ireland) / Espinho (Portugal) / Cartagena (Spain)

The MAPS network is supported by the cities, but first of all, by the people that with their work animate the network.

Piacenza: Taziano Giannessi, Gloria Cerliani, Gabriele Santacroce, Raffaella Montanari, Elisabetta Morni, ULG Piacenza / Serres: ULG Serres and Departments of Municipality of Serres, especially the EU Programmes and Development Department / Varaždin: Emanuela Grđan, Petar Čavlović, Goranka Grgić, Maja Kireta, Emilija Vlahek, Irma Dracic / Szombathely: Szabolcs Szakály, Agnes Győrffy, Enikő Havasi, Tibor Polgár, Ferenc Heckmann, ULG Szombathely / Telsiai: Saulius Urbonas, Gintarė Baltrūnė, Gintautas Lukauskas, Loreta Jakštienė, Laima Simanauskienė / Koblenz: Thomas Hammann, Oliver Hoffmann, Uwe Diederichs-Seidel, Tim Buchroth, Mario Neuneier, Günther Neffgen, Reinhard Kallenbach / Longford: Terry Rooney, Patricia Shaughnessy, Lorraine O’Connor, Sonia Flynn / Espinho: Vicente Pinto, Sandra Almeida, Maria João Rodrigues, Fernanda Pinto / Cartagena: Maria Jesús Peñalver (Technical University of Cartagena), Jesús Giménez (Municipality of Cartagena), Fran Sáez (Municipality of Cartagena), Manuel García (NGO Rascasa), Pedro Martínez (NGO Dignidad y Respeto), Santiago del Alamo (NGO CreeCT)

URBACT / Luca Lanzoni (Lead Expert), Laura Colini (Program Expert), Tako Popma (Ad Hoc Expert), Marcelline Bonneau (Ad Hoc Expert)