Information on Brexit to UK project partners
Announcement from the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, UK Government
The Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, UK National Correspondent of the Atlantic Area programme, has stood down the preparations for leaving the EU without a deal for European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) programmes.
It is expect the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill to be passed imminently. Once this has been ratified by the EU at the end of January this means that ETC programmes will be able to continue as originally planned to the end of the current programme.
All UK project partners should continue to deliver project activities and make claims to the Joint Secretariat / Managing Authority in accordance with the rules and requirements set out until the project end date. This also means that there should be no change for UK lead partners or the claims and payment processes. In addition, UK projects are also eligible to apply for further Interreg funding as part of this current 2014-2020 programme period.
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com. For all delivery enquiries please contact the Joint Secretariat / Managing Authority as usual.
Published on: 2020-01-29
Promotion of sustainability of the Urban World Heritage Sites
66,8% of the programme ERDF budget allocated to 45 transnational cooperation projects in the Atlantic region
The ALICE project has started to help achieve the EU 2020 targets for biodiversity in Atlantic landscapes
This project will identify economic and social barriers to the implementation of Blue and Green Infrastructures and improve the characterization of biodiversity and ecosystem services at the land-sea interface in the Atlantic Region.
The research to find new tools for monitoring the chemical status in transitional and coastal waters
Atlantic Social LAB project started with several social innovation initiatives in Vale do Ave (Portugal)
Social Innovation in Europe was the main working subject during the meeting that took place in Famalicão on the 28 and 29 November 2017
On the last 29 November, the Atlantic Area programme’s Monitoring Committee met in Lisbon under the Portuguese Presidency
Atlantic Network for renewable generation and supply of hydrogen to promote high energy efficiency
Boosting local ecosystems for the use of geothermal energy in the communities
Adaptation of Industry 4.0 model to the naval sector
European Internationalisation Maritime Consortia in the shipbuilding ancillary industries