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The economic and social impact of globalisation, liberalisation and increasing competition, coupled with the diminishing relevance of borders, devolution of powers to regional levels and rapid technological change is setting a new agenda for regional development.
European Structural Funds are aimed at reducing regional disparities in terms of income, wealth and opportunities: poorer regions receive most support, but all European regions are eligible for funding under the policy's various funds and programmes. How do Structural Funds work? Which projects are eligible for funding? How to go about applying for SF?
We help to understand and manage the process of change working with clients, which include agencies at all levels of government and private sector developers. Our skills cover the full range of clients’ needs from regional economic development and spatial strategies, to investment appraisal of individual developments. Our quantitative modelling skills are matched by our ability to generate creative master plans at urban, regional and local scales.