Presentation on theme: "Integrated Territorial Investments Rudolf Niessler Director, European Commission DG for Regional Policy."— Presentation transcript:
Integrated Territorial Investments Rudolf Niessler Director, European Commission DG for Regional Policy
Integrated Territorial Investments (ITI) What is the idea? Sustainable urban development requires actions where financial contributions come from different thematic objectives and priorities To make this happen, funding programmes need to dedicate specific contributions to such integrated urban actions Every Member State should dedicate at least 5% of the ERDF resources to such integrated urban actions and delegate the management and implementation to the cities How does it work?
Smart growth Research & Innovation IT SME Sustainable growth Low-carbon Resource-efficient Risk-prevention Transport Inclusive growth Employment Social inclusion Education Concentration on priorities of Europe 2020 Thematic dimension: Territorial dimension: Deprived urban neighbourhoods Cities and towns Functional urban areas, metropolitan regions Integrated strategies and actions Rural areas … Governance mechanism ITIITI Entry point for the programming of funds:
Regional ERDF OP National/sectoral ERDF OP ESF OP CF OP Integrated sustainable urban development City 3 Example: Member State A Total allocation for ITI at least 5% of Member States ERDF, delegated to cities ITIITI + additional ESF and CF, if appropriate City 1 City 2 City 3 City 25 City …
Cities and urban areas benefiting from cohesion policy investments and instruments Cities selected for platform Urban development platform Innovative urban actions (0.2% of ERDF at EU level) ITIs delegated to cities (min. 5% of ERDF of Member States) Integrated and sectoral investments in urban areas
Urban Development Platform City 3 City 1 City 2 City 3 City 21 Proposal Member State A... City 3 City 4 City 5 City 7 City 10 City 11 City 15 City 20 City 21 9 cities (max. 20) City 1 City 2 City 8 City 12 City 15 5 cities (max. 20) Proposal Member State B + all cities implementing innovative actions Max. 300 cities selected by Commission Total allocation at least 5% of ERDF, delegated to cities ITIITI Member State A