INTERREG North West Europe (NWE) is a transnational European Territorial Cooperation (Interreg B) programme which is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
The Programme fosters transnational cooperation to make North-West Europe a key economic player and an attractive place to work and live, with high levels of innovation, sustainability, and cohesion.
It supports cooperation across borders in eight North West European countries, Ireland, UK, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, part of France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Projects must involve partners from at least 3 different countries and apply a joint approach to tackle common issues. The aim is to reduce the disparities among regions and raise the overall level of performance across the whole area.
The ERDF allocation for the 2014-20 Programme is €396m with a grant rate of up to 60%, all of which has been committed. The Programme currently funds 83 transnational projects.
The 2014-20 programming period focused on three thematic priorities
Resource and materials efficiency
The Southern Regional Assembly is the National Contact Point for Interreg NWE, represents the Member State on the Programme's Monitoring Committee, and is the designated First Level Control audit function.
National Contact Point: Sarah Davoren, Southern Regional Assembly
First Level Control audit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Programme website for more information on funded projects.