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News article7 May 2024European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency2 min read

Horizon Europe: EUR 17.8 million available for projects under the Transforming neighbourhoods, making them beautiful, sustainable & inclusive (New European Bauhaus) call

Proposals are expected to set out a credible pathway contributing to the New European Bauhaus Destination (NEB).

New European Bauhaus calls under Horizon
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In line with the Horizon Europe 2023-2024 work programme, the European Commission has launched a new call for project proposals to support research and innovation under the Transforming neighbourhoods, making them beautiful, sustainable, and inclusive (HORIZON-MISS-2024-NEB-01) call.

The total indicative budget available is EUR 17.8 million. The deadline for submissions is 19 September 2024.

The call covers three topics: 

TopicType of actionBudget available (€ million)StagesDeadline
HORIZON-MISS-2024-NEB-01-01 Exploiting the potential of secondary bio-based products


HORIZON Research and Innovation Actions

HORIZON-MISS-2024-NEB-01-02 New governance models for the co-design and co-construction of public spaces in neighbourhoods by communities HORIZON-IA HORIZON Innovation Actions8Single19.09.2024
HORIZON-MISS-2024-NEB-01-03 Setting up a New European Bauhaus hub for results and impactHORIZON-CSA HORIZON Coordination and Support Actions1.8Single19.09.2024
TOTAL 17.8  

You can find all the information required, including the call text and application forms on the Funding and Tenders Portal using the call reference: HORIZON-MISS-2024-NEB-01.

How to apply?

All funding information and details on how to apply are on the Funding and Tenders portal.

The Online Manual is your guide on the procedures from proposal submission to managing your grant.

The Horizon Europe Programme Guide contains detailed guidance on the structure, budget and political priorities of the programme.

Find the answers to most frequently asked questions on submission of proposals, evaluation and grant management via the Funding & Tenders Portal FAQ 

For questions about any aspect of European research in general and the EU Research Framework Programmes in particular contact the Research Enquiry Service.

What are the requirements for applying?

The requirements for submitting a project proposal are detailed in the relevant documents published on individual call page.

The submitted proposals are evaluated by independent experts drawn from the European Commission's database of external evaluators. 

Background information

The New European Bauhaus (NEB) is an initiative launched by the European Commission to translate the European Green Deal into tangible changes on the ground which improve our daily lives. It is developing, producing, and scaling up sustainable solutions to transform the built environment for the better under the green transition. At the same time, it makes these solutions inclusive, accessible and affordable for all while respecting the diversity of places, traditions, and cultures in Europe and beyond.  

Destination NEB is an intermediary step meant to lay the foundation for the NEB Facility, which was set up through the adoption of the Strategic Plan 2025-2027 of the Horizon Europe Programme on 20 March 2024. Having research and innovation at its core, the NEB Facility will offer a strategic and pioneering opportunity to revitalise European neighbourhoods with a design for sustainability and inclusion. It will allow for a singular transparent, coherent funding instrument that brings together the different strands and dimensions of the initiative.

The three topics of the Destination NEB are the potential of secondary bio-based products, a New European Bauhaus Hub for results and impact, and new governance models for the co-design and co-construction of public spaces in neighbourhoods by communities.