Organize seminars and other events to learn about advance urban reconstruction (Urban Development Bureau)
The program supports the holding of seminars and other events to learn about the advance reconstruction of cities!
(Call for applications is now open.)
As part of the “TOKYO Resilience Project,” the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Great Kanto Earthquake, has established a program to support seminars and workshops for the dissemination and education of advance urban recovery, etc. to be held by private organizations in Tokyo, so that reconstruction and urban planning after a large-scale disaster (earthquake, flood, etc.) can be carried out quickly and smoothly, The support system will include “a portion of the operating expenses” and “a portion of the expenses for the event”. There are two ways to support such events: “subsidizing part of the operating costs” and “approving the use of the common logo/tagline of the “Great Kanto Earthquake 100th Anniversary” and the name of the sponsor in the name of the Bureau of Urban Development.
We are now accepting applications for the above support programs, and we hope that you will take advantage of them.
1 Outline of the Call for Applications
1.Projects eligible for support
- Projects must be implemented in Tokyo for Tokyo residents and visitors to Tokyo.
- Projects that are expected to be successful in helping Tokyo residents learn about the urban restoration process, etc.
- The project must be one of the following (including necessary work such as preparation and clean-up) or a combination of the following
(e.g.) Symposiums, forums, seminars, workshops, mock experiences, etc.
- The project must be completed by December 31, 2023.
2.Implementing entity of the project to be supported
Private companies, general incorporated associations/foundations, specified non-profit corporations, universities, municipalities, community development councils, etc.
(In principle, accounting documents such as financial statements must be available in accordance with laws and regulations.)
3.Subsidized expenses (expenses to be subsidized) *In the case of partial subsidization of operating expenses
Expenses necessary to implement events aimed at helping Tokyo residents, etc. learn about the urban restoration process, etc., and to publicize the results of such events.
(Personnel expenses, honorarium, public relations expenses, educational materials, venue expenses, purchase of goods, service expenses, performance report expenses, commission fees, and construction expenses. However, consumption tax and local consumption tax are excluded.)
4.Details of support and flow of procedures
(a) Subsidies for a portion of operating expenses
- Subsidy rate: 1/2 of the expenses to be subsidized
- Subsidy grant limit: 5 million yen (per project)
- Flow of procedures: As follows
(a) Those approved to use the common logo/tagline of the “Great Kanto Earthquake Centennial” and the name of the sponsor in the name of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Urban Development.
- Name of sponsor: Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Urban Development
- Procedures: As follows
2 Outline of application procedure
1.Submission period for application documents, etc.
Applications are accepted at any time from April 3 to early December 2023
Please note that once the amount of the subsidy decision reaches the budgeted amount, the application for the subsidy will be closed.
2.How to apply
Please contact us in advance and submit the application documents, etc. either in person or by mail.
3.Contact for application
Reconstruction Planning Section, Planning Division, Urban Development Department, Bureau of Urban Development, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Second Main Building, 11th Floor, 8-1, Nishi-Shinjuku 2-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-8001, Japan
*For details on how to apply, please visit the website of the Bureau of Urban Development.
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