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The Future of Transnational Cooperation in Central Europe (2007-13). Claudia Pamperl J TS INTERRREG IIIC East. Structural Funds 2007- 20 13. Convergence objective (current Obj. 1) 81,54% 251,16 Bill. €. Regional Competitiveness and Employment objective (current Obj. 2+3) 15,95 %

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The Future of Transnational Cooperation in Central Europe (2007-13)

Claudia Pamperl

JTS INTERRREG IIIC East

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Structural Funds 2007-2013

Convergence objective

(current Obj. 1)

81,54%

251,16 Bill. €

Regional Competitiveness and Employment objective

(current Obj. 2+3)

15,95 %

49,12 Bill. €

European Territorial Cooperation objective

(currentINTERREG III)

2,52%

7,75 Bill. €

Cross-border Cooperation

(current INTERREG IIIA)

Transnational Cooperation

(now INTERREG IIIB)

Interregional Cooperation + Networks

(current INTERREG IIIC; INTERACT/ESPON / URBACT)

Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 of 11 July 2006

programme overall objectives
Programme Overall Objectives:

Based on the Lisbon and Gothenburg agenda the Central Europe programme aims at:

  • Strengthening territorial cohesion
  • Promoting internal integration
  • Enhancing competitiveness
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Programme Area

8 Member States:

PL, AT, SL, CZ, HU, SI

parts of DE and IT

UA: observer status

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Programme Structures

  • Monitoring Committee (AT,CZ, DE, HU, IT, PL, SK, SI + UA as observer)
  • Designated Managing Authority: City of Vienna, Department for EU Strategy and Economic Development
  • Designated Certifying Authority: City of Vienna, Department for Budget and Finances
  • Designated Audit Authority: Federal Chancellery of the Republic of Austria
  • Joint Technical Secretariat: based in Vienna
  • CENTRAL EUROPE Contact Points: to be set up by participating Member States
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Beneficiaries and Target groups

  • Beneficiaries:
  • National, regional, local public authorities
  • Public equivalent bodies
  • Private institutions
  • Target groups (depending on priorities!)
  • National, regional, local public authorities
  • Public equivalent bodies such as regional development and innovation agencies
  • Association formed by regional or local authorities
  • Association formed by public equivalent bodies
  • Etc.
thematic priorities and areas of intervention i
Thematic Priorities and Areas of Intervention (I)

Priority 1: Facilitating Innovation

  • Enhancing framework conditions for innovation
  • Establishing capabilities for the diffusion and application of innovation
  • Fostering knowledge development

Priority 2: Improving Accessibility

  • Improving Central Europe’s interconnectivity
  • Developing multimodal logistics’ cooperation
  • Promoting sustainable and safe mobility
  • Promoting ICT and alternative solutions for enhancing access
thematic priorities and areas of intervention ii
Thematic Priorities and Areas of Intervention (II)

Priority 3: Using our environment responsibly

  • Developing a high quality environment by managing and protecting natural resources and heritage
  • Reducing risks and impacts of natural and man-made hazards
  • Supporting the use of renewable energy sources and increasing energy efficiency
  • Support environmentally friendly technologies and activities

Priority 4: Enhancing competitiveness and attractiveness of cities and regions

  • Developing polycentric settlement structures and territorial cooperation
  • Addressing the territorial effects of demographic and social change on urban and regional development
  • Capitalising on cultural resources for more attractive cities and regions
programme budget
Programme Budget
  • Total Budget 298 Mio. € - total ERDF 246 Mio. €
    • priority 1 Innovation: app. 20%
    • priority 2 Accessibility: app. 26%
    • priority 3 Environment: app. 26%
    • priority 4 Cities & regions: app. 22%
  • Rate of assistance
    • Up to 75 % (AT, DE, IT)
    • Up to 85% (CZ, HU, PL, SK, SI)
    • Privates to be defined in the Implementation Manual
  • Indicative project size: 1-5 Mio € total budget
  • Up to 20% of ERDF budget of the project for EU partners from outside the programme area.
  • Up to 10% of ERDF budget for activities carried out in third countries.
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Investments; Strategic Projects

  • Investments
  • form part of or be the result of transnational project
  • have a transnational effect
  • create a physical link or functional connection between regions
  • have a demonstrating/model or pilot character; results of “pilot investment” should be transferable

Strategic Projects

  • are of particular strategic value for the programme
  • strategic top down approach for generation and selection added to traditional bottom-up involvement of partners
  • e.g via targeted calls with with specific Terms of References possible
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Estimated Time Frame for Start-up

  • June 2007: submission of OperationalProgramme to the European Commission
  • 2-3 July 2007: Programme Kick Off Forum, City Hall, Vienna
  • Autumn 2007: approval of the Programme by EC
  • End of 2007-beginning 2008: launch of the 1st call for projects
  • (Spring) 2008: first decisions on operations to be approved
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For any further detail:

claudia.pamperl@interreg3c.net

info@central2013.eu

www.central2013.eu

  • Thank you foryour attention!