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The APaNGO project was a partnership between Dutch, Belgian and UK local government and non-governmental organisations. There were five partners in the APaNGO project, with the Town and Country Planning Association (UK) in the lead role:
The APaNGO project was approved under the EU INTERREG IIIB programme’s first priority: ‘A more attractive and coherent system of cities, towns and regions.’ The INTERREG programme encourages closer co-operation and integration through transnational spatial development initiatives that promote sustainable development.
The APaNGO was supported by the UK Department for Communities and Local Government and the EU INTERREG IIIB funding programme. It aims to establish a North West European network of skills and resources to aid community engagement in regional planning processes. The three-year project began in April 2005 and ended in November 2007.
For more information about the project visit: www.apango.eu