Projects within EFL are characterized by cooperation between EFL member organizations. EFL’s main aim is to support the interests of each member. Therefore, working together in projects and sharing experiences and knowledge in different fields of housing management and development leads to concrete, research results that can provide added value to all members.
Learning from each other through project collaboration across national borders is one aspect of innovation. Innovation, as well as bundling expertise from different sources and combining the knowledge of our scientific partners with our private business associates and housing association members, are all main tenants of EFL projects. In some cases, members form application consortia for European Funds. EFL is currently closely involved in two projects and peripherally involved in three projects that are in the application phase for EU funds. In the past, EFL members have successfully applied for three European funded projects.
If you would like more information on the projects EFL is involved with or has been involved with in the past, please find a list to the right. Click on the project you are interested in to find out more information.