This page contains information on the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and on the project control system in Ireland. You may also speak directly with the Interreg Europe representatives in Ireland.
Southern Regional Assembly
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This section provides information about the control system and national guidance set up in Ireland for the 2021-2027 programming period. The costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in your project's budget.
In the file below you can find details about the managing authorities and intermediate bodies in each Partner State of Interreg Europe. For Ireland, open sheet IE in the file.
Please see the table below for a summary each country's control system for the 2021-2027 period.
This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in Ireland for the 2014-2020 programming period.
The costs associated with this control are indicated so that they can be planned for in project budgets.
Projects with country partners
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Ireland uses a centralised first level control system. Irish project partner's expenditure will therefore need to be checked and confirmed by the Regional Assembly from the region in which they are located:
Northern and Western Regional Assembly
Southern Regional Assembly
The costs resulting from the control can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU regulations and programme rules.
The costs of carrying out the first level control will be charged to the project partners:
- For the Northern and Western Regional Assembly, the costs for desk checks is estimated to range from EUR 500 to EUR 750 per reporting period; and from EUR 750 to EUR 1,200 for one on-the-spot checks (depending on the size of the report). For on-the-spot checks, the actual travel and subsistence costs will be invoiced in addition to the costs of the checks (see rate mentioned above).
- For the Southern Regional Assembly, the costs for desk checks is estimated to range from EUR 250 to EUR 1,500 per reporting period (depending on the size and quality of the report and supporting documentation). For on-the-spot checks, the actual travel and subsistence costs will be invoiced in addition to the costs of the checks (see rate mentioned above)
The first level control body will organise on-the-spot-checks for each project partner at least once during the project lifetime.
Have a look at the Irish content on our website. Scroll through our project ideas and good practices, or contact our Irish community members and organisations.
Project ideas from this country
waste management and circular economy
BALENTES - Villages as Agents of Change & Sustainable Communities of Europe
STRENGTHENING THE PARTICIPATION OF FAMILIES IN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS
Social Competences for Research and Innovation Infrastructure - SCORE
Social Economy project - Need partner from West!
InnoIntraHealth: Boosting Innovation through intrapreneurship in the HealthCare sector
INTENSUS INvestments for Tourist Experiences Networks for SUStainable development.
Improving regional community-based and family-based care
Data Sovereignty in Ports
Unlocking the crowdfunding potential for the European Structural and Investment Funds
Protect your business by smart adaptation
Translate climate targets into bankable energy transition projects via improved policies
Building inclusive communities through educational access
The Project X “PREVENTION OF NARCOTIC SUBSTANCES USE”
Good practices from this country
Energy and Environmental Measuring Monitoring and Reporting System (EEMMR)
The EEMMR System monitors energy consumption before and after a deep retrofit of residential properties to determine energy consumption savings.
Covid-19 Stability Fund for Community and Voluntary, Charity and Social Enterprises
The fund was a specific measure introduced by the Irish Government to support voluntary organisations whose income was severely affected by the Covid pandemic.
Hard Cash and Soft Supports - Building Resilient Businesses
Recycling & repurposing of Gypsum waste for use in agricultural and horticultural sectors.
Country organisations in our community
Country members in our community
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