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Pågående EU-projekt/ On going EU Projects

Salerno. Photo: SOLOXSALERNO, Wikimedia Commons.


CLIC – Reuse cultural heritage in a new way

Since 2018, Uppsala University implements the CLIC - a three year project under the EU Research and Innovation programme, Horizon 2020. The CLIC - "Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural Heritage adaptive reuse" - is a trans-disciplinary research project. It is implemented under the supervision of prof. Christer Gustafsson, Uppsala University Campus Gotland, Department of Art History within the field of Conservation, in teamwork with the researcher Jermina Stanojev, PhD.

What is CLIC aiming for?

The aim of the CLIC is to identify evaluation tools in order to develop, implement, test and validate innovative "circular" financing, business and governance models for systemic adaptive reuse of cultural heritage and landscape. According to CLIC, "(a)daptive reuse refers to the process of reusing an old site or building for a purpose other than which it was built or designed for. "The aim is, with a long term perspective, "to place cultural heritage and historical urban landscapes and adaptive reuse at the forefront for the implementation of a European model of circular economy and circular city-region, centered on the regeneration of cultural and natural capital".

Also, CLIC argues that the project "uses these models to address significant challenges of cultural heritage and landscape adaptive reuse. It progresses the agenda on heritage-led local sustainable development by developing flexible, transparent, integrated and inclusive tools to manage the change of cultural landscape, which are required to leverage the potential of cultural heritage for Europe." and that "the investment gap in cultural heritage and landscape regeneration will be addressed by the CLIC through careful evaluation of all costs, of "complex values", spillover effects and impacts of adaptive reuse, selecting function(s) not only linked to tourism attractiveness, but also for the well-being improvement, providing critical evidence of wealth, jobs, social, cultural, environmental and economic returns on the investment."

They hope that the expected impact "is a shift in approaches and strategies for cultural heritage adaptive reuse, comprising innovative finance with high leverage capacity, business models, institutional and governance arrangements, but also an impact to the implementation of "the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (Goals 1, 11, 15 particularly) and the United Nations New Urban Agenda.”

National and international partnerships

The project involves 15 partners from 10 European countries, including research institutions, non-governmental local organizations, businesses as well as city and regional governments. As a pilot test, the cities of Salerno in Italy, Rijeka in Croatia, the Västra Götaland Region in Sweden, and the Pakhuis de Zwijger Cultural Foundation in Amsterdam in the Netherlands are participating.

Uppsala University has launched the HIP (Heritage Innovation Partnerships) process with the first HIP meeting in Gothenburg, together with Västra Götaland Region in order to engage local actors in highlighting obstacles and bottlenecks of reuses’ processes in different cultural, political and regulatory contexts. The HIP process aims at implementing multi-actor local partnerships, co-create local action plans and improve local knowledge, capacities and cooperation.

The CLIC has been strongly supported by the European Commission and international organizations such as the United Nations (UN-Habitat) and ICOMOS, therefore promoted on different occasions like the Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future conference (held at the EU parliament), the Experts’ group meeting Culture and Local Development: Maximizing the Impact Towards an OECD Guide for Local Governments, Communities and Museums, the UN Political Forum (HLPF) etc. and also presented at The Fair of European Innovators in Cultural Heritage in Brussels.

About CLIC

CLIC on Social media


Within the CLIC project, WP1 deals with identifying the best practices on the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage. For this reason, a survey platform is developed and launched by TU/e with the help of Facility Live and CNR-IRISS. This first level survey aims to enable European cities to supply their best practices and their necessary associated data.

Considering the new circular perspective of heritage management, emphasize is put on the visibility of variety of stakeholders such as academia, citizens, private enterprises and government during the data collection. The data that will be obtained from the survey are fundamental to comprehend the characteristics and circularity of different types of adaptive reuse practices. This knowledge will be built on the considerations of different types of European stakeholders filling in the survey. The results will be used in order to characterize the concept of “best practices” in Europe.

Link to the survey 

Text: Department of Art History, CLIC. Photo: SOLOXSALERNO, Wikimedia Commons.

Alumn från Byggnadsantikvarieprogrammet ny avdelningschef på Skansen

Den tidigare BA-studenten och nuvarande byggnadsantikvarien Ulrika Mebus har fått chefsjobb på Skansen. Hon kommer att ingå i ledningen på Skansen och arbeta som chef för för bygg- och fastighetsavdelningen. Ulrika kommer att påbörja sin tjänst på Skansen i januari nästa år. I en artikel nedan intervjuas Ulrika om det nya jobbet. Hon har även blivit intervjuad av Gotlands Allehanda.

Hela Gotland (längre artikel)

Energieffektivisering i fokus vid internationell konferens i Visby 

Kulturvårdens deltagande vid konferensen EEHB2018 – The 3rd international conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings uppmärksammades i media. SVT Nyheter har nyligen publicerat en artikel där prof. Tor Broström intervjuas om energieffektivisering.

SVT Nyheter: Så ska gamla hus bli energismarta (2018-10-01)

Mer om EEHB2018


Vi finns på Instagram under Kulturvård/Conservation och på Facebook under Kulturvård/Conservation, Uppsala Universitet Campus Gotland



Vi har inlägg och filmer om våra utbildningar både på webben och i sociala media. Här är två filmer från Campus Gotland!

Kulturvård i Visby

Träffa Viktoria från Föremålsantikvarieprogrammet.

Foto: Stillbild ur filmen "Träffa Viktoria som läser Föremålsantikvarieprogrammet vid Uppsala universitet".


Om kalkstensbränning på Youtube

Kulturvården har en film från fältet inom ämnet Byggnadsvård ute på Youtube! Fler filmer från Campus Gotland finns att se där.

Kalkstensbränning - Byggnadsvård Campus Gotland‬