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Programme: Territorial and Settlement Development Hungary

Programme
Territorial and Settlement Development Hungary
Type of Fund Structural Fund
Description of programme
"Territorial and Settlement Development Hungary"

This Programme aims to support regional, decentralised economic development and to increase employment based on local resources. Specifically, the Programme focuses on the following Priority Axes (PA):

  • PA1 - Developing a regional economic environment to promote employment
  • PA2 - Business-friendly, population-retaining settlement development
  • PA3 - Transition to a low-carbon economy, particularlyfor urban areas
  • PA4 - Development of local community services and strengthen social cooperation
  • PA5 - County and local Human Resource Development, Social Co-operation and Employment Incentives
  • PA6 - Sustainable urban development in county-level cities
  • PA7 - Community-led local development
Link Link to Programme
Thematic Focus Employment, Infrastructure, Capacity Building, Sustainability, Social affairs, Urban development, Environment & biodiversity, Traffic, Administration, Natural ressources, Competitiveness
EU Macro-Regions
Danube Region
Funding area Hungary / Magyarország
Origin of Applicant Hungary / Magyarország
Eligible applicants Federal State / Region / City / Municipality / Local Authority, Lobby Group / Professional Association / Trade Union, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, SMEs (between 10 and 249 employees), Microenterprises (fewer than 10 employees), NGO / NPO, Start Up Company, University, Enterprise (more than 250 employees or not defined), Public Services
Type of Funding Grant
Contact Details

Ministry of National Economy, Managing Authority for Regional Development Programmes 
József nádor tér 2-4.
1051 Budapest
+36-1-795-1400
ugyfelszolgalat@ngm.gov.hu

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