Aim of the
Based on and in continuation of the
(1998 - 2001), the project aims to extend and enhance, in
cooperation with the relevant governmental and non-governmental stakeholders,
the development, management and sustainable use of the common transboundary
landscape and cultural heritage of the
Wadden Sea Region,
complementing the natural and environmental facet of the region, taking into
account the regional diversity.
More in particular the aims are
An improved integrated management and development of the common landscape and
cultural heritage as a part of common coastal landscape and cultural heritage
A sustainable use of the landscape and cultural heritage for the balanced
development of the Wadden Region
An increased awareness of the unique landscape and cultural heritage
contributing to creating or enhancing the identity of the region
An improved public participation in and responsibility for the development and
management of the heritage also in a transboundary context.
Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Safety, Directorate North, The
Common Wadden Sea Secretariat, CWSS, Germany
Niedersächsisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege, Germany
Cultural Heritage Agency Denmark
Archäologisches Landesamt Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Project Duration and Budget:
July 2004 - June 2007
Total budget: about 2,546,130 EURO
Links to other projects
LANCEWAD, Interreg IIC Project: The LANCEWADPLAN project builds on the
inventory, assessment and guidelines elaborated in the framework of LANCEWAD and
aims at implementing the results into an overall management and development
scheme for the entire Wadden Sea Region.
Trilateral Wadden Sea Forum (WSF), Interreg IIIB Project: LANCEWADPLAN will
use the scenarios, socio-economic perspectives and network in conjunction with
the overall integrated coastal zone management strategy developed by the WSF
with regard and adapted to the landscape and cultural heritage. This aims at
integrating specifically the cultural landscape heritage in the overall
ICZM-strategy with a view to protect the heritage and use its potential for the
socio-economic development of the region.
Participatory Planning in Europe (PSPE), Interreg IIIC NorthEast SouthWest:
The overall objective of PSPE is to improve spatial information exchange in
participatory planning through renewed interactive approaches that make use of
geo-visualization. LANCEWADPLAN aims to develop in a participatory way spatial
and sectoral planning for cultural heritage management. Because of the
communality with regard to the spatial dimension, a mutual information exchange
and participation in conferences and workshops has been agreed.
Download Project Application (pdf)
Please, have also a look on the Lancewadplan
Leaflet in four different languages.