The Built4People partnership provides a cross-cluster structure bringing together public and private sectors to nurture Research and Innovation pathways based on a holistic view of the design, creation, operation, renovation and recycling of the built environment. It provides a comprehensive framework and objectives to shape a fully sustainable and high-quality living and working environment, infrastructure for active mobility and clean energy solutions of the future, mitigating climate change and adapting to it through increased resilience for the benefit of all end-users. The Commission is inviting stakeholders to join a discussion on the establishment of the Built4People partnership; a research & innovation partnership on ‘people-centric sustainable built environment’. 

Click here to download the draft version of the partnership. 

Click here to fill in the survey by 15 January 2020.











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