HARMO-DATA

TO11

Enhancing institutional capacity of public authorities and stakeholders and efficient public administration.

The project in numbers
Duration:
21 months
Start date: 20.09.17
End date: 30.06.19
N. Partner: 6
 
Progress
Budget:
1.120.240,03€
Budget FERS:
952.204,03€

The project in numbers

Duration: 
21 months
Start / End: 
20.09.17 to 30.06.19
Project progress: 
100%
Budget: 
1120240.03€
Budget FERS: 
952204.03€

HARMO-DATA

Harmonisation of data for cross-border land management
Priority Axis 4
Enhancing capacity building and cross-border governance
Specific Objective: 
OS 4.1.
Investment Priority: 
PI 11CTE
Typology: 
Standard
Overall Objective of the Project: 

The project’s main objective was to improve the capacity for institutional cooperation, with the mobilisation of the public authorities and key territorial planning operators, in order to create joint solutions aimed at harmonising the systems and more effectively managing the cross-border area, above all through a cross-border platform for the harmonisation of the territorial data.

Project summary: 

One common challenge within the Project area was the non-harmonised territorial management system, which slowed down the acquisition of information for the purpose of proper land management by public institutions and local, regional and national authorities.
The overall objective was to improve the capacity for cross-border institutional cooperation between the public authorities and those responsible for territorial planning, by promoting the creation of joint system coordination and effective land management solutions. The objective was achieved with the development of a joint territorial management model, including a platform for the harmonisation of the territorial data, and a territorial management protocol signed by the competent authorities within the area. The project’s main outputs were the following: A protocol for the harmonisation of territorial data, a joint platform for the harmonisation of the territorial data, and beneficiaries involved in the land management training process. The target groups were the following: policy makers, national, regional and local authorities, companies, civil protection agencies and organisations dedicated to preventing environmental risks, protected areas, universities, and research centres. Through the consolidation of the relationships between the public authorities and the exchange of good practices among territorial managers, the cross-border approach provided for the coordination of policies, as well as an increase in knowledge for effective joint planning and the implementation of an integrated land management model. The creation of a territorial platform consistent with the INSPIRE directive represents an innovative solution in the area, where territorial management was not coordinated.
The selected municipalities were able to test its functionality, thus ensuring the model’s effective transfer for the future joint management of the cross-border area.

Main results: 

The improvement of cross-border institutional cooperation between public authorities and key territorial management operators in the border area, through the creation of new professional networks of cross-border cooperation between the Slovenian and Italian representatives from both state/regional institutions and the private sector. Territorial management can only function efficiently with good cross-border cooperation by all the parties involved, which was guaranteed by the complementary make up of the partnership. The project’s partners and associated partners guaranteed the presence of the main territorial process managers within the cross-border area. The improvement of the territorial planning management capacity of the public authorities and the main subjects of the border area, through the establishment of a new cross-border system that allow for verification throughout the entire territory, as well as for the exchange of data, information and good practices throughout the cross-border area. Through the harmonisation of the guaranteed cross-border territorial data, the public sector stakeholders are able to more quickly and easily access the territorial data collections necessary for carrying out their tasks, thus helping to overcome administrative burdens, while at the same time reducing the time required for each individual task. The project helped to increase cross-border cooperation between the program area’s citizens and institutions by establishing a unified territorial data management system that contribute to the achievement of the program’s objective, or rather the improvement of the public authorities’ and the stakeholders’ capacity for cooperation and cross-border territorial management.

Partner

Lead Partner

GEODETSKI INŠTITUT SLOVENIJE

Osrednjeslovenska
SLO

Project partner 1

GEODETSKA UPRAVA REPUBLIKE SLOVENIJE

Osrednjeslovenska
SLO

Project partner 2

IGEA, Svetovanje in storitve s področja nepremičnin, infrastrukture in prostora, d.o.o.

Osrednjeslovenska
SLO

Project partner 3

INSIEL S.p.A.

Trieste
ITA

Project partner 4

UNIVERSITA’ DEGLI STUDI DI TRIESTE

Trieste
ITA

Project partner 5

Terre srl

Venezia
ITA

Documents

Poster evento annuale 30/05/2018Poster evento annuale 30/05/2018
HARMO-DATA_ITA1.pdf
( 472 bytes, published on 12 June, 2018 - 10:04 )
ARMONIZZAZIONE DEI DATI TERRITORIALI / PROTOKOL ZA HARMONIZACIJO PROSTORSKIH PODATKOVARMONIZZAZIONE DEI DATI TERRITORIALI / PROTOKOL ZA HARMONIZACIJO PROSTORSKIH PODATKOV
R2. WP 3.1.1 PROTOKOL_PROTOCOLLO_signed.pdf
( 6 bytes, published on 30 June, 2020 - 10:55 )
DICHIARAZIONE D'INTENTI PER L’ARMONIZZAZIONE DEI DATI TERRITORIALI / IZJAVA O NAMERI ZA HARMONIZACIJO PROSTORSKIH PODATKOVDICHIARAZIONE D'INTENTI PER L’ARMONIZZAZIONE DEI DATI TERRITORIALI / IZJAVA O NAMERI ZA HARMONIZACIJO PROSTORSKIH PODATKOV
R2. WP 3.1.1 DICHIARAZIONE D'INTENTI _IZJAVA O NAMERI_signed.pdf
( 6 bytes, published on 30 June, 2020 - 10:55 )

Objectives and Activities

The project’s main objective was to improve the capacity for institutional cooperation, with the mobilisation of the public authorities and key territorial planning operators, in order to create joint solutions aimed at harmonising the systems and more effectively managing the cross-border area, above all through a cross-border platform for the harmonisation of the territorial data.

Contacts

GEODETSKI INŠTITUT SLOVENIJE

00386 (0) 12002900
Jamova cesta 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Blaz Barboric

GEODETSKA UPRAVA REPUBLIKE SLOVENIJE

00386 (0) 14784800
Zemljemerska ulica 12, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Tomaž Petek

IGEA, Svetovanje in storitve s področja nepremičnin, infrastrukture in prostora, d.o.o.

00386 (0) 12007600
Koprska 94, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Martin Puhar

INSIEL S.p.A.

0039 0403737111
Via San Francesco d’Assisi 43, 34133 Trieste, Italia
Bombardieri Elisabetta

UNIVERSITA’ DEGLI STUDI DI TRIESTE

0039 0405587111
Piazzale Europa 1, 34127 Trieste, Italia
Cefalo Raffaela

Terre srl

0039 0415093216
Via delle Industrie 15, 30175 Venezia, Italia
Roberto Rossetto