Municipalities and provinces and their partners, such as housing corporations and agricultural entrepreneurs, face complex challenges. They have to develop different functions in the public space, but at the same time they have to keep them in balance.
This challenge is reinforced by a number of factors: the expected consequences of climate change; the desire to make society more sustainable; the need for action in order to make the required transition towards sustainable energy; and changes in the demographic composition of the population. An example of such a factor is the future trend of natural gas-free neighbourhoods.
Grants can help to anchor innovation and sustainability even better in spatial development plans.
We Specialize in Grants for Regional Development
At Evers + Manders, we work with a sector-oriented approach and thus aim for specialisation.
Particularly in the field of regional development, knowledge of the field is indispensable, in addition to specific knowledge of grant schemes. We are aware of the most important developments in your sector, understand the problems you face, and have in-depth knowledge of the grant schemes that are relevant to you. Our specialised knowledge of your field provides the added value needed to increase the success rate of your grant application.
Relevant Grant Schemes
Because regional development projects are often large, a great deal of attention is paid to European grants. However, regional regulations and regulations for regional cooperation (Interreg) also offer opportunities. Below you will find relevant grant schemes.
- Urban Innovative Actions
- EIB / Elena
- Many grants for the energy transition
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