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EU body to provide funding information sessions in NI and Scotland

Howard Lake | 21 February 2015 | News

The Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) in Ireland is holding a series of pre-application development workshops ahead of the launch of the new Peace and Interreg Programmes in late spring 2015.
SEUPB says the events have been designed to support potential beneficiaries applying for funding before the programmes are launched. They will not provide information on specific funding calls but provide generic application information relevant to both PEACE and INTERREG 2014-2020.
The workshops are split into two different sessions over the course of one day. The first session will provide:
· A brief overview of the new Programmes (PEACE and INTERREG) for 2014-2020
· An outline of the application and assessment process
· Project Development Guidance
The afternoon session will be for those responsible for developing the project and/or involved in completing the application form. This session will provide information on:
· Approaches to budgeting and new budgeting structure
· Eligible costs and simplified cost options
· Funding considerations including match-funding and financial capacity
It will be relevant to those responsible for developing the project budget and/or managing project finance.
The current list of events is:
· Thursday 26th February, Tara Centre, Omagh
· Tuesday 3rd March, Crest Centre, Enniskillen
· Thursday 5th March, NW Science Park, Derry/Londonderry
· Tuesday 10th March, Castlesaunderson Scout Centre, Belturbet
· Thursday 12th March, Four Season’s Hotel, Carlingford
· Thursday 19th March, Skainos Centre, Belfast
· Tuesday 24th March, Corrymeela, Ballycastle
· Thursday 26th March, Jury’s Inn, Glasgow (this event will be streamed live)
SEUPB says more dates will be added. People can register on the website. The programme will have an approximate value of €269 million up to 2020.
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