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A Community Initiative concerning

Transnational co-operation on spatial planning and regional development

Belarus

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

Germany

Latvia

Lithuania

Norway

Poland

Russia

Sweden


Content of the presentation

Content of the presentation

Programme area

Programme thematic content

Programme management

Programme budget

Project partnership and management

Project budget

Next call for applications


Interreg iii b programmes

Alpine Space

Baltic Sea Region

Archimed

North West Europe

North Sea Region

CADSES

Atlantic Area

Westers Mediterranean

South West Europe

Northern Periphery

Most remote regions

(3 programmes)

INTERREG III B programmes

Transnational cooperation on spatial planning and regional development


Cooperation area:

  • Denmark

  • Sweden

  • Finland

  • Germany (North – East)

  • Estonia

  • Lithuania

  • Latvia

  • Poland

  • Norway

  • Belarus (North – West)

  • Russia (North – West & Kaliningrad)


Strategic objective:

Strengthening

economic, social and spatial cohesion

by promoting

transnational economic relationships

in order to reach an increased level of BSR integration and to form a region with sustainable growth prospects.


Programme priorities

Priority 1:

Promotion of spatial development approaches and actions for specificterritories and sectors

Priority 2:

Promotion of territorial structures supporting sustainable BSR development

Priority 3:

Transnational and bilateral institution and capacity building in the Baltic Sea Region


Programme priorities

  • Priority 4 – border regions (committed)

  • Priority 5:

  • Cross-border (INTERREG III A) priority

  • Estonia-Latvia-Russia (North)

  • Priority 6:

  • Cross-border (INTERREG III A) priority

  • Latvia-Lithuania-Belarus (South)

  • Priority 7:

  • Technical Assistance


Measures in Priority 1

Priority 1:Promotion of spatial development approaches and actions for specificterritories and sectors

Measure 1.1: Supporting joint strategies and implementation actions for macro-regions

Measure 1.2: Promoting sustainable spatial development of specific sectors

Measure 1.3: Strengthening integrated development of coastal zones, islands and other specific areas


Measures in Priority 2

Priority 2: Promotion of territorial structures supporting sustainable BSR development

Measure 2.1: Promoting balanced polycentric settlement structures

Measure 2.2: Creating sustainable communication links for improved spatial integration

Measure 2.3: Enhancing good management of cultural and natural heritage and of natural resources


Measures in Priority 3

Priority 3: Transnational and bilateral institution and capacity building in the Baltic Sea Region

Measure 3.1: Promotion of transnational institution and capacity building

Measure 3.2: Bilateral maritime cooperation across the Baltic Sea


ØTransnational studies and strategiesØPreparation of investmentsØTransnational exchange of experienceØTraining of professional staffØWorkshops, seminars, networking, etc.

Examples of eligible activities:


BSR INTERREG III B management structure

Monitoring Committee

....

Supervising the programme

Steering Committee

Selection of projects and funding decisions

NationalSub-committees

Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein

Joint Secretariat

ManagingAuthority

Paying Authority

DK

DE

S

FIN

N

PL

LT

LV

EST

RU

day to day programme management

BY

Information and support

Project’s

Lead Partner

Municipalities & Regions

ProjectPartner

ProjectPartner

ProjectPartner

ProjectPartner


Programme funding
Programme funding

ERDF funds: 149.0 M EURO*

Norwegian national: 6.0 M EURO

Total programme funding: 155.0 M EURO

All ERDF available for III B priorities was committed in 1-8 rounds

*including the additional funding from the new MS and IIIA priorities


Partnership minimum requirements
Partnership (minimum requirements)

  • partners from three different countries

  • two countries should be financial contributors

  • one partner from EU



Full financial and legal responsibility for
full financial and legal responsibility for:

Lead Partner Principle

  • project management system

  • submitting Application Form

  • signing the Subsidy Contract

  • reporting of the project progress

  • requesting payments


Examples of partners that can apply for funding from the bsr interreg iii b
Examples of partners that can apply for funding from the BSR INTERREG III B

National, regional and local public authorities:

  • Ministries;

  • regional councils;

  • municipalities, etc.;


Institutions that could be considered as public equivalent bodies
Institutions that could be considered as “Public equivalent bodies”:

Examples of partners that can apply for funding from the BSR INTERREG III B (2)

  • associations;

  • academic institutions;

  • research institutes;

  • foundations;

  • NGOs and non-profit organizations (community-based, humanitarian, industrial, cultural, etc.);

  • development agencies, etc.


BSR INTERREG III B equivalent bodies”:Project Budget

1. ERDF contributions

up to 75% for Objective 1 regions

up to 50% for other regions

2. National co-funding

Partner’s own funding – eg. public funds at national, regional or local level


Next call for main projects proposals
Next call for main projects proposals equivalent bodies”:

  • As all ERDF for IIIB priorities is committed, there will be no further calls for proposals.


Thank you for your attention www bsrinterreg net
Thank you for your attention! equivalent bodies”:www.bsrinterreg.net


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