RESTAURA is aiming at identifying, testing, evaluating and promoting good practices on public-private partnership (PPP) approaches that revitalise historical cities and buildings. PPP allows to combine the assets and skills of the public and private sector, while protecting heritage resources at the same time. With limited public resources (national and EU funds), the involvement of private financing and expertise through PPP is the only alternative to save and manage the unique built heritage of central Europe. Until now, there are only a few examples of PPP in revitalisation projects in Europe, here RESTAURA is willing to give a real change in the use of PPP across central Europe.
Institute for Public-Private Partnership, Foundation for Landscape Protection, Institute for Development and International Relations, Faculty for Business Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, City of Buzet, Slovak PPP Association, Agency for development of Gemer region, Municipality of Nova Gorica