The Smart Rural 27 project is collecting and sharing information about existing smart villages and villages-in-transition through the geomapping tool. The tool was launched, including information about the villages selected under the Smart Rural 21 project, and will be continuously enhanced with information about smart villages. Villages can express their interest in being included in…
About the Smart Rural 27 Project
The ‘2nd Preparatory Action on Smart Rural Areas in the 21st Century’ (shortly called Smart Rural 27 project) was launched by the European Commission in December 2020 with the aim to “prepare Member States and rural communities for the implementation of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) post-2020 as well as other EU policies and initiatives, which could potentially support the emergence of additional Smart Villages across the European Union”.
The project is coordinated by E40 Europe, an international consultancy (registered in Hungary), the partnership includes:
Highclere Consulting, Romania
The project is supported by the European Union under Service Contract No. AGRI-2020-0332.
The Smart Rural 27 project is in the process of setting up taskforces in Member States with the aim of facilitating exchange about Smart Villages, and more specifically advance the implementation of concrete Smart Villages (policy) support tools. Smart Rural 27 national experts – based on consultations with a wide range of stakeholders – have…
The Smart Rural 27 project website was launched on 20 December 2021. Key information is now published on the website about the Smart Rural 27 project, Smart Villages policies in Member States. A geomapping tool is being launched where information about smart villages and villages-in-transition across Europe can be found. The website will provide regular…