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1 1 Multi level governance in the EU: the local experience Kiev 10-11 September 2012 Grzegorz Orawiec

2 2 Strategic programming on regional level Regional Development Act: Regional Development Act: Statutory obligation of regional government is management of development policy based on mid – term strategic document such as regional development strategy. Statutory obligation of regional government is management of development policy based on mid – term strategic document such as regional development strategy. - The Regional Board elected by Regional Parliament Strategic planning is a tool of management of the region – directs and stimulates actions of different entities that affect directly and indirectly on regional development. Strategic planning is a tool of management of the region – directs and stimulates actions of different entities that affect directly and indirectly on regional development. Development strategy should be considered as a main planning document. Development strategy should be considered as a main planning document. Strategic programming is a continuous and cyclic process. Strategic programming is a continuous and cyclic process.

3 3 EU conditionality National conditionality DSRK Long-term National Development Strategy DSRK Long-term National Development Strategy ŚSRK Medium-term National Development Strategy ŚSRK Medium-term National Development Strategy 9 integrated strategies KPZK National Spatial Development Concept KPZK National Spatial Development Concept KSRR National Strategy for Regional Development Development Strategy of Swietokrzyskie Province Development Strategy of Swietokrzyskie Province Partnership agreement between UE and Poland Operational Programs Europe 2020 Common Strategic Framework Territorial contract Strategic planning:

4 4 Documents within the new programming period Partnership agreement Partnership agreement defining the strategy of the Member State as well as priorities for the efficient use of funds covered by the Community Strategic Framework. It is developed by a Member State with partners and approved by the European Commission following a dialogue with the Member State. defining the strategy of the Member State as well as priorities for the efficient use of funds covered by the Community Strategic Framework. It is developed by a Member State with partners and approved by the European Commission following a dialogue with the Member State. Territorial contract Territorial contract instrument of programming coordination used to enhance the effectiveness of development activities territorially oriented, carried out by various public entities and established in the negotiation process between them. instrument of programming coordination used to enhance the effectiveness of development activities territorially oriented, carried out by various public entities and established in the negotiation process between them. It is a part of the implementation of cohesion policy 2014-2020 It is a part of the implementation of cohesion policy 2014-2020

5 5 OSI - Areas of Strategic Interventions - Territorial contract crucial for the government and areas of importance from the point of view of individual regions, which will be indicated as the result of negotiations. crucial for the government and areas of importance from the point of view of individual regions, which will be indicated as the result of negotiations. Goverment intends to highlight in the contract: Goverment intends to highlight in the contract: OSI in thematic approach (for thematic aims according to proposal package of regulations for cohesion policy) OSI in thematic approach (for thematic aims according to proposal package of regulations for cohesion policy) Increasing innovation in the economy Increasing innovation in the economy Increasing use of digital technologies Increasing use of digital technologies Development of human capital Development of human capital Elimination of existing barriers for infrastructure development Elimination of existing barriers for infrastructure development OSI in geographical approach OSI in geographical approach 18 provincial cities, their functional areas identified by the regional authorities; 18 provincial cities, their functional areas identified by the regional authorities; Cities, towns and urban districts requiring rewitalization; Cities, towns and urban districts requiring rewitalization; Rural areas with the lowest population access to goods and services, determining development potential; Rural areas with the lowest population access to goods and services, determining development potential; Eastern Poland (5 voivodships); Eastern Poland (5 voivodships);

6 6 Europe 2020: smart specializations = key element of policy designed to increase innovation. Regional strategies for smart specializations can be defined as integrated strategies that -focus finance sources on the priorities of knowledge-based development, -mobilize private funds for R & D, -create the regional innovation system -include effective monitoring and evaluation system. In addition, having smart specialization strategies by regions will be ex-ante conditionality enabling European Comissions to allocate funds under the Cohesion Policy for the period 2014- 2020. Smart Specializations

7 7 Identified specializations, contained in draft of Development Strategy of Swietokrzyskie Province for 2020 are: efficient use of energy, (Green Energy Cluster & construction sector) active tourism, (e.g. tourism products / sanatoriums / spa) trade fair and congress centre (Kielce cluster), eco-agriculture (fruits & vegetables) design ( universities / industry / off-fashion) The stage of intensive consultation Smart Specializations

8 8 Name of your presentation Regional Development Policies: different options for implementation: Networking of regional partners by new common organisations / entities (e.g. SPV – public mission) Networking of regional partners by new common organisations / entities (e.g. SPV – public mission) Specific sector Clusters (e.g. ICT) Specific sector Clusters (e.g. ICT) Long-term parnerships: Long-term parnerships: - System of institutions for Regional Innovation Strategy - Local Activity Group (LAG - EAFRD)

9 9 Networking for positive cooperation in innovation and new technologies in various socio-economic aspects: Local /regional authorities Universities / R+D sector Business Environment Institutions Enterprises New entity (e.g. SPV – public mission) Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd

10 10 Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd was set up December 18th 2001 as a commercial law non-profit Company. The company shareholders are: Swietokrzyskie Provincial Government 81 % Swietokrzyskie Provincial Government 81 % City of Kielce 18 % City of Kielce 18 % Kielce University of Technology 1 % Kielce University of Technology 1 % Mission: The RCITT's mission is to enhance the competitiveness of the Swietokrzyskie Region in the scope of: - Innovations (all sectors) - New technologies - Transfer of knowlegde. Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd

11 11 ŚCITTs partners: ŚCITTs partners: Small and Medium Size Enterprises, Small and Medium Size Enterprises, Start-ups, Start-ups, Universities, Universities, Reseach and developments institutions, Reseach and developments institutions, Local and regional authorities Local and regional authorities Individual researchers and inventors. Individual researchers and inventors. Public goals of the RCITTs activity: Public goals of the RCITTs activity: -Stimulation of the regional economic activity and innovation -Supporting of the regional and local initiatives in the modern and innovative forms of investing (renewable seources, private-public partnership) Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd

12 12 Keeping up with current regulations and information for efficient SMEs service (law, finances, banking, grants, funds etc.), Keeping up with current regulations and information for efficient SMEs service (law, finances, banking, grants, funds etc.), Participation in National and European Innovation Network (KSI and EEN) in order to provide private and public sector with high quality services based upon innovative technologies, Participation in National and European Innovation Network (KSI and EEN) in order to provide private and public sector with high quality services based upon innovative technologies, Implementing projects aimed at the development of the Świętokrzyski Region (Regional Innovation Strategy, E-government, Green Energy), Implementing projects aimed at the development of the Świętokrzyski Region (Regional Innovation Strategy, E-government, Green Energy), Running trainings, courses and seminars, Running trainings, courses and seminars, Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd

13 The main aim of the project is: The main aim of the project is: - Creation a platform for interregional cooperation in the form of industry cluster in the field of the renewable energy The members: The members: - Local municipalities (10) - Universities (2) - Private companies (8) Business support institutions (4) The legal base: The legal base: -Partnership agreement based on EU Funded Project -Open formula 13 Over-Regional Cooperation Platform Swietokrzysko – Podkarpacki Green Energy Cluster The leader – Centre for Innovation & Tech. Transfer

14 Activities in the framework of the Project - Development of local and regional eco-energy analysis - Development of feasibility studies for investments in RES; - Organizing the study visits (good practices) - Support of the development of innovations and competitivenes by purchase a license, technology and patents - Regional wind mapping - Experts report of the potential of regional geothermal sources - Promotion of innovative green energy technologies 14 Over-Regional Cooperation Platform Swietokrzysko – Podkarpacki Green Energy Cluster

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16 16 Name of your presentation Multi level governance in the EU: the local experience - Poland Local Municipality – 15.000 inhabitants Local Municipality – 15.000 inhabitants Many typical problems: - high unemployment rate & poor rural areas & emigration of young generation, but … Many typical problems: - high unemployment rate & poor rural areas & emigration of young generation, but … Beautiful local nature & historical buildings Beautiful local nature & historical buildings EU funds (ERDF & ESF & EAFRD) EU funds (ERDF & ESF & EAFRD) Open-minded local management team Open-minded local management team Revision of LDS housing & new citizens, S7 highway, active tourism centre Revision of LDS housing & new citizens, S7 highway, active tourism centre Social & tourism infrastructure organizational changes - City Office Social & tourism infrastructure organizational changes - City Office

17 17 Name of your presentation Case study Chęciny City - Poland Revision of LDS & its complementary with national / regional level strategic documents Revision of LDS & its complementary with national / regional level strategic documents Social debates at the local level (meetings, surveys, strategic committee) Social debates at the local level (meetings, surveys, strategic committee) Main priorities: tourism / active rest infrastructure / enterpreneurship) Main priorities: tourism / active rest infrastructure / enterpreneurship) Final approval by City Council – voting Final approval by City Council – voting New medium-term plans for each village (LDP) New medium-term plans for each village (LDP) Medium & long-term financial plans (3-7 years) Medium & long-term financial plans (3-7 years) New, serious EU projects change of the institutional scheme & new (sub)institutions New, serious EU projects change of the institutional scheme & new (sub)institutions

18 18 Name of your presentation MAYOR CITY COUNCIL TREASURER SECRETARYDEPUTY MAYOR 1DEPUTY MAYOR 2 STRATEGIC PLANNING EXTERNAL SUBORDINATE INSTITUTIONS x 4 INTERNAL AUDIT CULTURE CENTRE UTILITY COMPANY CASTLE CENTRE SPORT CENTRE Waiting for the magic Christmas time - a little task for you … Waiting for the magic Christmas time - a little task for you …

19 19 Name of your presentation MAYOR CITY COUNCIL TREASURERSECRETARY DEPUTY MAYOR 1DEPUTY MAYOR 2 STRATEGIC PLANNING EXTERNAL SUBORDINATE INSTITUTIONS x 4 INTERNAL AUDIT CULTURE CENTRE UTILITY COMPANY CASTLE CENTRE SPORT CENTRE Organizational changes in the city office – Chęciny (Poland)

20 20 Name of your presentation FINANCE ORGANIZINGEDUCATIONINVESTMENTS REGISTER OFFICE REAL ESTATE AGRICULTURE EU FUNDS & PROMOTION PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CULTURE & SPORT SECURITYTAXES CITY COUNCIL - OFFICE ENVIRONMENT Lets make it more complicated …

21 21 Name of your presentation Clear division of competences Clear division of competences Public outsourcing Public outsourcing EU projects – closed circulation of money EU projects – closed circulation of money MAYOR CITY COUNCIL TREASURERSECRETARY DEPUTY MAYOR 1DEPUTY MAYOR 2 FINANCEORGANIZINGEDUCATION INVESTMENTS REGISTER OFFICE REAL ESTATE AGRICULTURE EU FUNDS & PROMOTION PUBLIC PROCUREMENT STRATEGIC PLANNING CULTURE & SPORT SECURITYTAXES CITY COUNCIL - OFFICE EXTERNAL SUBORDINATE INSTITUTIONS x 4 INTERNAL AUDIT ENVIRONMENT CULTURE CENTRE UTILITY COMPANY CASTLE CENTRE SPORT CENTRE Organizational changes in the city – Chęciny (Poland)

22 Name of your presentation Organizational changes in the city – Chęciny (Poland) Inefficient scheme narrow channel Inefficient scheme narrow channel Conflict of competences real exam: EU funds Conflict of competences real exam: EU funds MAYOR CITY COUNCIL TREASURERSECRETARY DEPUTY MAYOR FINANCEORGANIZING INVESTMENTS REGISTER OFFICE REAL ESTATE AGRICULTURE SECURITY PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CULTURE & SPORT & PROMOTION TAXES CITY COUNCIL - OFFICE EXTERNAL SUBORDINATE INSTITUTIONS x 2 EDUCATION CULTURE CENTRE UTILITY COMPANY ENVIRONMENT

23 23 Name of your presentation ERDF - Reconstruction of the royal castle (courtyards, towers, wooden bridge, full night illumination etc.) – 2.000.000 euro (2011-2012) – 60% ERDF - Huge regional promotion events – Historical battles – 150.000 euro (2011-2013) – 80% EAFRD - Organisation of local historical team – 40.000 euro (2011) – 75% ESF – Complex training for local historical team (2011) – 20.000 euro – 100% - 50 hours for theory & 130 hours for practice & study visit ESF – Special course for candidates for tourist guides and tourist service sector - addressed to local unemployment people - preparation for business activity – 20.000 euro – 100% The result - Efficient combination of EU hard & soft projects

24 24 Name of your presentation ERDF – Local Information & Art Centre (information, tours, presentations, conferences, local gallery, mini-hotel) – 1000.000 euro (2010-2011) – 80% ERDF - Revitalisation of City Centre – Main Market + Small Market (reorganisation of traffic, walking area, fountains, complex information system, full night illumination etc.) – 2.000.000 euro (2011-2012) – 60% EAFRD – Monk track – Middle Ages (men order – history + recovery centre + coffee-house, women order – mistery, L.I.& A.C. – introduction, old church: amazing paintings & reflection point with beautiful view, track to royal castle) – 100.000 euro (2011) – 75% EAFRD – Love Avenue (green zone, walking track, local love stories, rest points) – 25.000 euro – 100% ESF – Regular presentations of local historical team – 20.000 per year – 100% ESF – Regular promotion events – precise schedule (e.g. July = exploring Checiny by night)– 40.000 per year – 100 % The result - Efficient combination of EU hard & soft projects

25 25 Name of your presentation Rebuilding of City Center - Chęciny

26 26 Name of your presentation Active rest

27 27 Name of your presentation Possible because of strategic planning attitude Revision of LDS Revision of LDS Optimal structure of local municipality - units: Optimal structure of local municipality - units: (EU Funds & Promotion / Investments / PP etc.) Special support for EU projects: Special support for EU projects: - Local municipality - Local ngos - Partnerships with outside organisations e.g. Kielce University Long-term attitude: Long-term attitude: - Combination of soft & hard projects - Cooperation with Implementing Institutions Positive political pressure Positive political pressure

28 28 Name of your presentation Summing up: Multi level governance – regional level Strategic planning based on external rules & internal potential Strategic planning based on external rules & internal potential - CSF / TC - SMART Specialisations Networking & parnerships: Networking & parnerships: - New common organisations / entities (e.g. SPV – public mission) - Clusters Quality of management on the local level = municipalities Quality of management on the local level = municipalities But remember ! Resources are always limited & The choice is always difficult

29 29 Integrated Regional Operational Programme 2004-2006 Development of Infrastructure of Kielce University

30 30 Priority III – Rebuilding the city centre of Kielce

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32 32 Thank you ! May the Force be with you !!! Grzegorz Orawiec orawiecg@yahoo.com


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