We have supported a variety of large and small-scale collaborative projects in different fields. Please see below for an overview of the Big Six.
The project known as Mount St. Peter, between the Geer and Meuse is an Interreg III-A project in the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion.
The Grensschap Albertkanaal is a citizens’ initiative. It aims to use landmarks and information as a means of telling the general public about the relationship between the soil, landscape and history in the border region surrounding Maastricht (N).
The “Pays des Terrils” project was one of the pillars of the Interreg III Industrielle Folgelandschaft project in the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion.
We took care of all aspects of this project - from its embryonic stage to full implementation. Between Liège and Maastricht, 4 smaller tributaries of the Meuse flow through different regions of Germany, the Netherlands, Flanders, Wallonia and the German-speaking Community.
The objective of the Interreg IV SUN project was to involve urban districts, in 7 major cities within the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion, in a sustainable development dynamic.
Belgian and French partners from the Greater Region initiated the Interreg IV Chemins de Mémoire project, in order to commemorate the Battle of the Frontiers, in which German and French forces clashed in August 1914.