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ERDF Regulation (No 1301/2013)

This states that it is necessary to support integrated actions to tackle economic, environmental, climatic and social challenges affecting urban areas. One of the specific ERDF investment priorities (6e) is to “take action to improve the urban environment, to revitalise cities, regenerate and decontaminate brownfield sites, reduce air pollution and promote noise reduction measures.”

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