BSR Interreg III B National Sub-committees
from the Community Initiative Programme BSR INTERREG III B, the full
version please see at: http://www.spatial.baltic.net/programme.html
(section Programme&Projects/Programme Documents)
involvement of regional and local authorities, which are responsible for
regional and local development and spatial planning on the regional and
local level, both in the planning phase (mainly as providers of project ideas) and the implementation phase (as project developers and for co-financing) of the CIP as well as the involvement of the economic and
social partners and non governmental organisations is of great importance.
this reason each participating State shall establish a national
sub-committee in accordance with its institutional structure in order to
involve the regional and local authorities as well as the relevant
sectoral authorities and institutions and non governmental organisations.
National sub-committees established in CEEC and NIS countries shall
include representatives of national authorities responsible for PHARE/TACIS funding. Each State shall inform the Management Authority/Joint
Secretariat about the setting up of the sub-committee and provide
information about its composition and Rules of Procedure.
national sub-committees have advisory status. They may decide themselves
on their specific tasks. However, as they have an important role in
carrying out the proactive approach i.a. through information and support
to project generation and development, close links will be established
between the Joint Secretariat and the chairmen/secretariats of national sub-committees.
of operating all sub-committees will be financed without support from
How the programme is managed?
A joint Steering Committee comprising representatives of 11 participating countries selects projects and makes funding decisions. A joint Monitoring Committee oversees the use of ERDF funds. A joint secretariat, located in Rostock, Germany is responsible for the administration and management of the programme and in Karlskrona, Sweden is concentrated on assisting in project generation, development and advising, including INTERREG-PHARE-TACIS co-operation.
The ERDF funds are managed by the Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein, acting as managing and paying authority for the programme. National sub-committees, acting on local and regional level, have advisory status in close contact with Joint Secretariat and Steering Committee members. They are already established in the most countries participating in the programme. National sub-committees established in CEEC and NIS countries shell include representatives of national authorities responsible for PHARE or TACIS funding.
BSR Interreg III B Steering Committee Rules of Procedure
BSR Interreg III B Monitoring Committee Rules of Procedure
BSR Interreg III B National Sub-committees Members