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European Territorial Cooperation Programmes 2021-2027: consultation report

This report summarises the responses that the Scottish Government received to its consultation on European Territorial Cooperation Programmes for the period 2021-2027. The results of this consultation show that there is an overwhelming appetite from public sector organisations in Scotland for continued participation.

European Territorial Cooperation Programmes 2021-2027: consultation report
Footnotes

Footnotes

1 First Ministers Letter to Europe: 31st January 2020; https://www.gov.scot/publications/first-ministers-letter-to-europe/

2 30 Years of Interreg; The European Commission; https://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/en/policy/cooperation/european-territorial/interreg30years/

3 We used a standard exchange rate of £1: €1.10. This is the taken from Table 3.10 of the OBR Economic and Fiscal Forecast paper of March 2019 and is the average of the forecast rates from 20/21 onwards.

4 Question 5 of our consultation asked if respondents agreed with the conclusions of the report. 68% agreed, 23% agreed to some extent and 9% did not agree.

5The NPA launches a Covid-19 Call for project applications – 19th May 2020. http://www.interreg-npa.eu/news/the-npa-launches-a-covid-19-call-for-project-applications/

6 Quote from Transport Organisation Response to Consultation

7 Page 20, The Scottish Government’s Arctic Policy Framework

8 Quote from The Scottish Islands Federation Consultation Response

9 Quote from charity’s response to our consultation

10 Quote from transport partnership’s response to our consultation

11 Information from keep.eu website; https://bit.ly/3d9Isek

12 Quote from transport partnership’s response to our consultation

13 Bradley confirms £300 million to secure Peace funding for Northern Ireland; https://www.gov.uk/government/news/bradley-confirms-300-million-to-secure-peace-funding-for-northern-ireland

14 Quote from individual’s response to our consultation

15 More information can be found within Preparing the Peace PLUS Programme Information Document; The Special EU Programmes Body; https://www.seupb.eu/sites/default/files/styles/PEACE%20PLUS%20Stakeholder%20Engagement%202019_2020/PEACE_Plus_%20Stakeholder_%20Information_%20document_Final_Version.pdf

16 Quote from transport partnership’s response to our consultation

17 Quote from transport partnership’s response to our consultation

18 Quote from business forum response to our consultation

19 Quote from Scottish Government Body’s response to our consultation

20 Quote from charity’s response to our consultation

21 EU-UK future relationship negotiations: Statement by Cabinet Secretary for Constitution, Europe and External Affairs 3rd June 2020; https://www.gov.scot/publications/ministerial-statement-update-eu-uk-future-relationship-negotiations/

22 As part of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, the UK will remain part of the 2014-2020 programmes until their closure at the end of 2023


Contact

Email: ESF_Interreg@gov.scot