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Improving Neighbourhood Sustainability with Participatory and
Innovative Responses to Environmental Regeneration (INSPIRER)
Inspirer is an Interreg IVA project, which
started in October 2009 and will end in September 2014.
Together there are 8 partners from 3 different countries:
England, Belgium and France.
The ultimate aim of the project is to improve the quality of
life for residents in disadvantaged neighbourhoods and transforming
those into sustainable ones.
Locally, Inspirer focuses on Chatham Central, Luton and
Wayfield, Strood South, All-Saints and Twydall.
The following activities will be undertaken during the duration
of the project:
To improve targeted deprived areas by introducing new green
spaces, shared gardens, play areas and safety measures and cleaning
To focus on communicating, educating and finding new improved
ways of delivering recycling services (use of compost, food waste
To implement energy and water efficiency work improvements
through different processes within the targeted neighbourhoods.
All of our activities are designed to involve the local
residents and help them improve their neighbourhoods by taking
responsibility and ownership.
Some of the things achieved so far within the project
- clean up events
- creation of safe play areas
- a community garden
- a recipe book for residents by residents.
For more information please visit the Inspirer website. Locally,
please use the contact details below.
The INTERREG IVA 2 Mers Seas
Zeeën Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-13 is part-financed
from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
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