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Kick-Off Seminar (Workgroup 4) EUROPEAN TERITORIAL COOPERATION PRORAMME “MED”. “PROMOTION OF POLYENTRIC AND INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SPACE: the Greek View” By Eleni Katsiyianni (Ms), MED Task Force Member, Head of Unit A ’- Planning, Programming,

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kick off seminar workgroup 4 european teritorial cooperation proramme med
Kick-Off Seminar (Workgroup 4)EUROPEAN TERITORIAL COOPERATIONPRORAMME“MED”

“PROMOTION OF POLYENTRIC AND INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SPACE: the Greek View”

By Eleni Katsiyianni (Ms),

MED Task Force Member,

Head of Unit A ’- Planning, Programming,

Evaluation and Special Issues

Managing Authority of CIP Interreg III

Ministry of Economy and Finance,

Greece

Marseille, November 22, 2007

1 programme identity
ARCHIMED

Initial EC Approval: 03/05/2003

Greece, Italy (initially)

and Cyprus, Malta (following the 13/12/2004 Review)

And MEDA countries

Budget: 119.578.164 €

(ERDF: 79.536.208 €

+ NF: 40.041.956 €)

MED

Initial EC Approval:

End of 2007

Cyprus, Malta, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, France, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom

Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro (IPA countries)

Budget: 256.617.688 €

(ERDF: 193.191.331 €

+ NF: 63.426.357 €)

1. PROGRAMME IDENTITY
2 polycentricity as an issue
ARCHIMED

Priority Axis 1 « Strategies for spatial development of urban systems and integration of the island and rural areas »

Objectives – Key Words:

- Balanced Polycentric Develpoment

- Endogenous Resources

RELATIVELY AMBIGUOUS (Pilot – Beggining of Dialogue)

MED

Priority Axis 4 « Promotion of a polycentric and integrated development of the MED space»

Objectives – Key Words:

- Coordination of Development Policies

- Improvement of Territorial governance between all spatial levels

- Identity, cultural resources

and Integration

- Sustainable development

FOCUSED

2. POLYCENTRICITY: as an issue
3 polycentricity expected results
ARCHIMED

Networking

Exchanges

MED

Networking

(different territorial systems, strategies, etc.)

Exchanges

(experience, good practice, tools, innovation)

However,

Concrete Projects

Concrete Results

3. POLYCENTRICITY: expected results
4 polycentricity and the greek nsrf
4. POLYCENTRICITY and the GREEK NSRF
  • Emphasis on Territorial Cooperation
  • European Territorial Cooperation is part of the NSRF
4 1 territorial priorities in the greek nsrf
4.1 TERRITORIAL PRIORITIES in the GREEK NSRF
  • Sustainable Urban Development

(polycentricity, development poles, etc.)

  • Development of the countryside

- mountainous areas

- mountainous areas of the islands

  • Development of island areas
  • Development of other rural areas and areas related to fishery
4 2 territorial priorities in the greek nsrf
4.2 TERRITORIAL PRIORITIES in the GREEK NSRF

Sustainable Urban Development:

  • Polycentricity (Development Poles, including Crete, Aegean, Ionian islands)
  • Networking
  • Structures
  • Sustainable Development (urban environment, waste)
  • Social Issues
  • Diffusion of Information
4 3 territorial priorities in the greek nsrf
4.3 TERRITORIAL PRIORITIES in the GREEK NSRF

Development of the Countryside:

  • Multi-functional Model of Development
  • Sustainable Development (account of environment and landscape)
  • Enterpreneurship (traditional and modern activities)
  • Mild (and micro-) Tourism Development and Agricultural Products
  • Functional Links with neighbouring Urban Centers (Day Mobility)
  • Special Categories: mountainous areas of islands

- as mountainous areas (earlier above)

- problems due to “island” character

4 4 territorial priorities in the greek nsrf
4.4 TERRITORIAL PRIORITIES in the GREEK NSRF

Development of the Island Areas:

  • Internal Cohesion (into the region)
  • External Cohesion (linking to the Urban Centers)
  • Tourism and Enterpreneurship interlinked

with Historical and Cultural Wealth

  • Use of Natural Assets (i.e. Renewable Energy Production)

and Environmental Care

  • Info-society and Tele-services
  • Cross-border, Transnational and Interegional Cooperation
  • Islands are Border Areas
4 5 territorial priorities in the greek nsrf
4.5 TERRITORIAL PRIORITIES in the GREEK NSRF

Development of other Rural Areas and Areas related to Fishery:

  • Accessibility to Services (of general Financial interest)

and Quality of Life

  • Sustainable Economic Development

combining traditional with modern Entrepreneurial Activities

  • Multi-functional Role of Agriculture as Natural resources Manager
  • Water protection and Bio-variability
  • Alternative Tourism
  • Networking with Urban and selected semi-Urban and Urban Centers

(i.e. with Development Poles)

  • Sustainable Development of selected Fishing Areas,

through Multi-Employment and Development of Inter-Sectoral Relations

4 6 territorial priorities in the greek nsrf
4.6 TERRITORIAL PRIORITIES in the GREEK NSRF

A POLYCENTRIC MODEL

  • Based on

- Day systems

- Development Poles, (metropolitan, urban, semi-urban)

  • Uses

- Multi-functions, multi-modalities (among sectors and spaces)

- Innovation  Information  Accessibility

- Cross-border, Transnational, Interregional Cooperation

  • Takes account of

- Sustainable Development (green action in economic and social life)

- Crucial role of Islands

  • Achieves

- Development and

- Territorial Cohesion

5 polycentricity and med
5. POLYCENTRICITY AND “MED”

KEY WORDS

  • Islands (Aegean and Ionian Islands)

- Most of them are border regions for the E.U.: Aegean Islands

- Crucial role for internal and external cohesion of MED space: inside MED and inside and outside the E.U.)

- Polycentric type of “organisms” by definition: produce models

  • Multi-functionality, Multi-modality, Advanced Technology
  • Innovation  Information  Accessibility ----------- Polycentricity
  • Common development Prospects between “SEE” and “MED” Programmes
6 med in action
6. “MED” IN ACTION

POLYCENTRICITY IN PRACTICE

  • KEY ACTORS,

mostly needed

  • High levels of POLITICAL COMMITMENT,

symbolic and practical

  • STRATEGIC INTERVENTIONS,

to be elaborated

  • DIALOGUE WITH CENTRAL AND NORTHERN E.U. SPACES,

to be promoted