syncity at a glance

syncity shows how urban transformation projects in underinvested neighbourhoods with socio-culturally rich communities can reach high acceptance by its user/ occupants and positively impact on the overall urban fabric, including the local economy and human well-being. Our project in Cureghem develops a toolbox for European municipalities to better implement stakeholder integrative and sustainable urban transformation processes in the future.

The syncity project is carried out in the framework of the Joint Programme Initiative  Urban Europe under the call “Making Cities Work” and receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. 

This project has received funding in the framework of the Joint Programming Initiative Urban Europe