Last edited 21 Apr 2021

Circular Construction in Regenerative Cities (CIRCuIT)

Organisations from across London, Copenhagen, Hamburg and the Helsinki Region have partnered in a four-year (2019-2023) collaborative project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme called CIRCuIT - Circular Construction in Regenerative Cities: https://www.circuit-project.eu/

The project aims are to:

This will in turn result in waste and carbon reduction.

Through the project three innovative interventions will be explored:

These interventions will be implemented through nine demonstrations in each partner city which will aim to:

  • Bridge the gap between implementation of individual pilots and realisation of actual circular and regenerative cities – so scaling up to show how circular building practice can transform cities and regions at scale
  • Demonstrate the application of current and future developed tools and instruments for circular built environment – so converting cutting edge theory into practice

Knowledge and skills sharing are also a key aspect of the project. CIRCuIT will support cities in implementing circular construction solutions and initiate changes at system level through:

To keep up to date with the project you can join the project mailing list.

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