Call for Tenders for Targeted Analysis “Alps2050 – Common spatial perspectives for the Alpine area. Towards a common vision”

The service shall develop a common spatial development vision for the whole Alpine area towards 2050, consisting of a set of common spatial perspectives. This vision should serve to strengthen territorial cooperation among Alpine countries towards sustainable development. It shall contribute to reducing obstacles to a common sustainable territorial development and to strengthening actions aiming at coping with common territorial challenges, thereby supporting the Alpine Convention, INTERREG Alpine Space and EUSALP.

The main outcome should be common spatial perspectives for the Alpine area which can indicate, based on evidence-based analysis and subsequent projections, how developments in ten fields of sustainable development (further outlined below) can influence sectors such as sustainable tourism, ecosystem functioning and biological diversity.


  1. Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Dep. of European Spatial Development/Territorial Cohesion, Germany (lead stakeholder)
  2. Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention, Austria
  3. Federal Office for Spatial Development ARE, Switzerland
  4. Federal Chancellery, Department IV/4 Coordination - Spatial Planning and Regional Policy, Austria
  5. Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning, Directorate for Spatial Planning, Construction and Housing, Slovenia
  6. General Commission for Territorial Equality, Unit Building territorial development capacities, France
  7. Office of Construction and Infrastructure, Liechtenstein
  8. Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport, Italy – Division Territorial Development, Planning and International Projects, Italy

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The maximum available budget for this contract is 275.000,00 EUR (two hundred seventy five thousand Euros), EXCLUSIVE of VAT but inclusive of all other taxes, disbursements, travel, accommodation and delivery costs.

Tendering documents

The documentation related to the Call, such as technical specifications, annexes, questions and answers, can be accessed free of charge, until 7 days before submission deadline, as follows:


Deadline for the submission of the offers is 8 August 2017 at 10:00 (CET - Central European Time).

More information

  • Any request for additional information must be made by email to the following address: [email protected].

This tender notice has been published at the “Portail des Marchés Publics” of Luxembourg ( and at the online version of the “Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union”, dedicated to European public procurement TED (Tenders Electronic Daily)