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Closing the loop for urban material flows

Deliverables

Review of accounting methodologies

A (short) report reviewing existing material flow and stocks accounting methodologies used in research and practice. The advantages and disadvantages (in terms of data needs, ease of use, replicability, etc.) of each methodology will be outlined

Sector-Wide Circularity Assessment (SCA) Methodology

A report describing the developed accounting methodology for assessing the sectorwide methodology This report will provide stepbystep approach for cities on how to and where to collect and upload data to the open source data repository define which data are needed to capture a sector how to develop estimations when data are not available as well as how to analyse the information collected in order to assess the circularity of a specific sector

Evaluation Plans for each city

Based on the CE indicators developed in task 61 for each measure a list of specific indicators will be established to be monitored over the duration of the demonstration phase This Plan will include a presentation of the specific indicators precise information on the data which needs to be collected who is responsible for doing this how it will be done and when

CDW: Stakeholder Engagement Plans

Each city will develop a stakeholder engagement plan based on a template using state-of-the-art theory and guidance for stakeholder identification and engagement. The plan will detail how to involve all relevant stakeholder groups from planning through to evaluation within the demonstration actions

Flows and stocks accounting database structure

A broad database structure containing all relevant information (variables, quantities, sources, metadata) on the flows and stocks of economic sectors and cities. In essence, this will resemble to a template (both web + excel) where cities’ administrations and actors will use to upload data

OW: Stakeholder Engagement Plans

Each city will develop a stakeholder engagement plan based on a template using state-of-the-art theory and guidance for stakeholder identification and engagement. The plan will detail how to involve all relevant stakeholder groups from planning through to evaluation within the demonstration actions

OW: Optimised Implementation Plans

These are designed to fine-tune and optimise the planned OW demonstration actions by outlining the precise actions, timelines, responsibilities and stakeholder engagement processes for the demonstration phase, based on the preparatory activities in tasks 3.2 -3.4

Circular City Indicator set

A report, as the main deliverable of task 6.1, which presents an adapted framework based on the CE Monitoring Framework from the EU Commission, including a set of uniform indicators to evaluate the actions at the CityLoops demonstration sites

Project leaflet and roll-up banner

A promotional project leaflet and roll-up banner to be used at events

CDW: Optimised Implementation Plans

These plans are designed to fine-tune and optimise the planned CDW demonstration actions by outlining the precise actions, timelines, responsibilities and stakeholder engagement processes for the demonstration phase, based on the preparatory activities in tasks 2.2 -2.6

Communications and dissemination plan

A project C & D plan outlining the project’s target audience, key messages, communication channels, together with an implementation schedule

Sign-up to the EU CP Interest Group

The demonstration cities will become participants in the CP Interest Group, which is linked to the Procura+ Network (www.procuraplus.org), designed to provide a platform for European exchange. The group will create the capacity to act as an advisory body to the EC on CP

Press pack (introduction video, fact sheets and FAQs

To include a three-minute animated video to introduce the project and its objectives, to be disseminated widely on social media, YouTube and at events and conference by all the partners, and an FAQ

CP scan & recommendations for each demonstration city

A set of circular procurement recommendations for the procurement related stakeholders in each of the demonstration cities designed to support the optimised Implementation Plans D25 D33 scaleup and the development of procurement guidelines within tasks 26 and 34

Business cases for CDW/soil re-/up-cycling

A template for the development of business cases will be developed at the start of the project. Each city will then develop business cases related to the specific demo projects, focused on promoting reuse, recycling and valorisation of CDW and soil.

Visual identity

Comprising: logo, web design, and document templates

Project website

A simple project website to present the project, provide regular updates, and access to latest project developments, results and materials, including all public project deliverables

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