This submission is largely framed around what we consider the context, rationale, goals (scope) and delivery mechanisms for Cohesion Policy should be, post 2013. The submission then reviews some specific features of the policy such as the territorial co-operation (INTERREG), urban and rural development dimensions, financial engineering and administrative simplification. A number of clear recommendations are then made, based on this analysis.
- The Assembly
- What We Do
- Regional Investment Programmes
- Regional Planning Guidelines
- Driving Regional Development Locally
- Funding Opportunities
- Our Region