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Title: Urban dimension in the Polish Operational Programmes


1
Urban dimension in the Polish Operational
Programmes
  • Anna Baucz
  • Department of Structural Policy Coordination
  • 18-19 March 2009
  • Prague

2
16 Polish Regions
3
Poland as an experimental field of the reformed
Cohesion Policy
Success of Polish NSRF success of 2007-13
Cohesion Policy
  • The biggest allocation for Poland for 2007-2013
    period
  • More than 67 bln EUR 20 of the Cohesion
    Policy budget
  • OP Infrastructure and Environment the biggest
    operational programme in the history of Cohesion
    Policy 27,9 bln EUR
  • OP Human Capital the biggest operational
    programme from the ESF 9,7 bln EUR from ESF

4
Polish Operational Programmes
  • 20 OPs for ERDF/CF 16 Regional OP 4 centrally
    managed OPs
  • 16 Regional Operational Programmes
  • OP Development of Eastern Poland
  • OP Innovative Economy
  • OP Infrastructure and Environment
  • OP Technical Assistance
  • 1 OP for ESF - OP Human Capital (ESF)

5
Distribution of the EU resources in the
Operational Programmes
NSRF 67.3 billion EUR
6
Strategic Programming System in Poland 2007-2013
7
National Development Strategy 2007 - 2015 Goals
and Priorities
Raising the level and quality of life of Polish
inhabitants individual citizens and families
1. Growth of competitiveness and innovativeness
of the economy 2. Improvement of the condition of
the technical and social infrastructure 3.
Growth of employment and raising its quality 4.
Building an integrated social community and its
safety 5. Development of rural areas 6. Regional
development and raising the territorial cohesion
Priorities 2 and 6 will have a direct impact on
city development
8
National Strategic Reference Framework Objectives
Strategic objective of NSRFCreation of
conditions for the growth of competitiveness of
knowledge and entrepreneurship based economy
assuring the increase in employment and in the
level of social, economic and territorial cohesion
Objective 5Increase of the competitiveness of
Polish regions and countering their social,
economic and territorial marginalisation
Objective 1 Improving the functioning standard
of public institutions and development of
partnership mechanisms
Objective 4Improving the competitiveness and
innovativeness of enterprises, including in
particular the manufacturing sector with high
added value and development of the services sector
Objective 3Establishment and modernization of
technical and social infrastructure crucial for
better competitiveness of Poland
Objective 2Improving the quality of human
capital and enhancing social cohesion
  • Objective 6Balancing development opporunities
    and supporting structural changes on rural areas

9
National Strategic Reference Framework
  • According to the NSRF urban dimension will be
    realised within 3 areas of activity
  • Using the potential of the largest urban centres
    as a driver of regional development
  • Strengthening the relationship between metropolis
    and urbanised areas and surrounding areas
  • Promoting internal cohesion of urban areas, in
    order to reduce a high concentration of
    economic, environmental and social problems
    within major urban centres

10
Urban issues within OP
  • Urban issues within Polish Operational
    Programmes
  • 16 Regional Operational Programmes
  • OP Infrastructure and Environment
  • OP Development of Eastern Poland

  • OP URBACT II

11
Regional Operational Programmes (1)
  • Urban dimension is implemented mainly through 16
    Regional OP
  • Regions recognize economic renewal and
    revitalization of cities as an important stimulus
    for regional development processes. Hence the
    important role of cities in the programming of EU
    funds
  • The policy towards cities is differently placed
    depending on ROP
  • A vast majority of regions dedicates relevant
    priority axes to urban projects
  • Some regions want support cities or some of their
    functions but consider these activities as
    elements of ROP complementary priorities e.g. in
    such areas as economic infrastructure or local
    development

12
ROP for Silesia Region
  • Priorytety Cele szczególowe RPO WSL

13
Priority 6 of the ROP for Silesia Region
Improving of the competitiveness of the urban
areas of the region
14
Regional Operational Programmes (2)
  • Revitalisation
  • Types of revitalisation projects
  • restoring the value of public and economic uses
    of degraded areas (including post-industrial and
    post-army areas)
  • the development of city centres and deprived
    areas
  • the development of local infrastructure, creating
    conditions to enhance investment attractiveness
    of deprived arreas
  • housing renewal
  • EUR 1,176 million of the total amount allocated
    to ROPs, i.e. 7 of the total ERDF (this includes
    funding for housing)

15
Detailed expenditure breakdown under intervention
category 61 urban/rural renewal by regions
16
Regional Operational Programmes (3)
  • Housing
  • Housing investments projects are supported at
    regional level (ROP)
  • Expenditures must not exceed 3 of the total ERDF
    allocation for given OP
  • Possible investments
  • Renovation of common parts of multifamily
    residential buildings
  • Adaptation of existing buildings for social
    housing for those in need

17
Detailed breakdown of expenditure in Intervention
Category 78 Housing infrastructure, by regions
18
OP Infrastructure and Environment
  • Urban dimension will be realized mainly through
    3 Priority Axes
  • VII Environment friendly transport,12 062 mln
    EUR (including 7 676 mln EUR from the CF)
  • XI Culture and cultural heritage,576,4 mln EUR
    (including 490mln EUR from the ERDF)
  • XIII Infrastructure of higher education588,2
    mln EUR (including 500mln EUR from the ERDF)

19
OP Infrastructure and Environment
  • VII Environment-friendly transport
  • increasing a proportion of environmentally
    friendly public transport in metropolitan areas,
  • clean urban transport system
  • extension of the railway network
  • priority will be given to projects that integrate
    various transport sub-systems

20
OP Infrastructure and Environment
  • XI Culture and cultural heritage
  • construction, extension and reconstruction of
    cultural institutions located in the city centre
  • The project foreseen here are considered as
    crucial for their key role played in achieving
    the goals in the cultural sector
  • Investments in culture increase location
    attractiveness for investors and citizens,
    determine development of tourism and co-determine
    the metropolitan function of cities

21
OP Infrastructure and Environment
  • XIV Infrastructure of higher education
  • construction and reconstruction of
    infrastructural objects
  • Aim develop modern academic centres in leading
    universities in Poland

22
Development of Eastern Poland OP
  • Specific objective Development of selected
    metropolitan functions of voivodship cities
  • 1) Priority Axis III Voivodship growth centres -
    forseen activities
  • Collective municipal transport system (support
    for environment friendly transport projects)
  • Infrastructure of congres and fair travel
    (construction and modernization of infrastructure
    for fairs, congresses and conferences)
  • Additionaly Priority Axis Modern Economy and
    Transport Infrasturcture will contirbute to
    implementing urban policy (here modernization of
    infrastructure of universities, supporting
    innovativeness, industrial parks, innovation
    centres)

23
URBACT II
  • URBACT 2002-2006
  • Polish cities participate in URBACT projects
    since May 2004
  • 21 Polish cities have been actively involved in
    URBACT 2002-2006
  • URBACT II
  • Polish cities show great interest in
    participation in the URBACT II projects, this
    indicates a strong demand for the knowledge about
    the integrated urban development within the
    Polish cities
  • Currently the Polish partners participate in 19
    out of 25 URBACT II projects (which makes the
    second place regarding the number of partners)

24
Conclusions
  • Ministry for Regional Development will commission
    the Ex-ante evaluation of the urban dimension of
    the Polish OP
  • Urban dimension within the Polish OP is
    significant but not quite coordinated
  • In the new financial perspective one should
    consider the possibility to support functional
    areas as the metropolitan areas or cities with
    their surrounding the coordination of support
    for these areas at the Community level may have
    considerable added value

25
Thank you for your attention
  • Ministerstwo Rozwoju Regionalnegoul. Wspólna
    2/4www.mrr.gov.pl
  • Anna.Baucz_at_mrr.gov.pl
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