Prezentacja na temat: "Advancing JESSICA in Poland an overview of the implementation"— Zapis prezentacji:
1 Advancing JESSICA in Poland an overview of the implementation Magdalena PiotrowskaMinistry of Regional DevelopmentSofia, 5th June 2012
2 Opportunities and challanges for Poland and Regions 2007-2013 Poland - main beneficiary of EU structural funds –20% of allocation within cohesion policy (EUR 67 bln)The support of endogenic development of regions based on decentralised system of implementation of structural funds – 16 operational programmes
3 Structural Funds Programmes in Poland OP Innovative EconomyOP Technical AssistanceOP Human CapitalProgrammes of the EuropeanTerritorial Cooperation Objective16 Regional Operational ProgrammesOP Development of Eastern PolandOP Infrastructure and Environment
4 16 Regional Operational Programmes EUR per inhabitantERDF allocation
5 Division of ROP resources according to the areas of support Research, innovation, entrepreneurship (1-9)Information society (10-15)Transport (16-32)Energy (33-43)Enviromental Protection (44-54)Tuorism (55-57)Culture (58-60)Urban and Rural Regeneratin (61)Social Infrastructure (75-79)Technical Assistance (85-86)
6 Institutional system 2007-2013 in Poland NSRF coordination and programmingMinistry of Regional Developmentmanaging authorities for 5 OP’s on the national levelROP Coordinating Authority(16 programmes)managing authorities for ROP’s (marshall offices)16 voivodeship boardsresponsible for implementation of particular op priorities/ actions e.g. line ministers, special agenciesintermediate bodyintermediate body II
7 JESSICA > Joint European Support for Sustainable Investment In City Areas Joint venture of the EC, the EIB and the Council of European Development BankThe aim is to promote investments to ensure sustainable development in citiesGoals: revitalisation of disadvantaged areas in cities and strengthening the regionalinnovation systems by reinforcing the potential of the institutions that supportbusiness enviromentBeneficiaries have access to suitable, repayable financial instrumentsbut will not be able to obtain grantsIn Poland JESSICA is being implemented in 5 regions within their RegionalOperational Programmes: wielkopolskie, zachodniopomorskie,śląskie, pomorskie and mazowieckie. In total, approximately257 mln EUR was allocated for the implementation of JESSICA
8 Implementation of JESSICA initiative in Poland The division of resources in voivodships:- wielkopolskie 67 mln- zachodniopomorskie 33 mln- pomorskie 57 mln- śląskie 60 mln- mazowieckie 40 mlnIn total: 257 mln euro
9 JESSICA in Wielkopolska Voivodship 16 October 2008Memorandum of Understanding(EIB/Board of Wielkopolska Voivodship)29 April 2009Agreement for financing the 1st JESSICA HF in Europe more than EUR 66 mln was transferred to HF22 March -8 Aprill 2010Call for proposals for UDF (securing financing of repayable character for private-public partnership and other projects included in the integrated urban development plan)29 September2010Agreement with the selected entity - BGK (Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego)29 OctoberBGK announced the call for proposals (of open nature) concerning loans for urban projects
10 JESSICA in Wielkopolska Voivodship 18 May 20111st agreement was signed with Goplana MGC Invest for the project: Revitalisation of post-industrial areas in the centre of Leszno through construction of „Galeria Goplana” and it is the first urban project for revitalisation in Europe within JESSICA,8 July 2011The 2nd agreement concerning urban project was signed with Wielopolskie Centre for Investment Support for the project: Development of Science and Industrial Park in Poznań – 2nd stage,12 July 20113rd agreement was signed with Machura Bros Corporation for the project: Revitalisation of degraded area at Małachowskiego street in Poznań and construction of Podwale Office Center,1 December 20114th agreement was signed on 1st December 2011 with Koźmin Wielkopolski Community for the project: The culture centre in Koźmin Wielkopolski,1 March 20125th agreement was signed on 1st March 2012 with AAD21, S.C. Agata, Andrzej Dąbrowscy for the project: The Conference and tranining Centre in Ostrów Wielkopolski
11 JESSICA in Wielkopolska Voivodship Potential investors:local authorities, municipal companies, private investors, public-private partnerships, NGOs, etc.Loan conditions:preferential loans of durability maximum 20 yearsgrace period - 4 yearsloan interest rate is set on the basis of the reference rate of the National Bank of Poland reduced by revitalisation indexno fees from investors required
12 First conclusions of UDF in Wielkopolska Voivodship satisfying level of interest of both public and private investorshigh diversity of planned projects (shopping mall, business incubators, office spaces, hotels, underground car parks, municipal market place, etc)substantial difference in amount of support requested for the projectsrather small influence of individual projects on citiessmall number of PPP projects (project in Sopot – railway station)insufficient cooperation of public authorities and private investorscommercial nature of the projects
13 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative Revitalisation of post-industrial areas in the centre of Leszno though construction of „Galeria Goplana”
14 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative Development of Science and Industrial Park in Poznań
15 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative Revitalisation of deprived area at Małachowskiego street in Poznań and construction of Podwale Office Centre
16 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative The culture centrein Koźmin Wielkopolski
17 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative The Conference and tranining Centre in Ostrów Wielkopolski
18 JESSICA in Zachodniopomorskie Voivodship 30 July2009agreement for financing JESSICA HF – more than EUR 33 mln were transferred to HF28 May -12 July 2010call for proposals for UDF29 December2010agreement with the selected entity – UDFoutside Szczecin Metropolitan Area (SMA)– BOŚ (Bank Ochrony Środowiska)21 March 2011call of proposals concerning loans grantingentities investing outside SMA29 March 2011agreement with the selected entity for UDF in SMA– Bank Zachodni WBK SA28 July 2011entities investing in SMA
19 JESSICA in Pomorskie Voivodship 12 July 2010agreement signed with EIB as a Holding Fund- more than EUR 56,8 mln was transferred to HF31 March 2011announcement of the call for proposals for UDFs11 July 2011competition for UDF13 October 2011agreement with the selected entities - BGK (Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego) for the cities: Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot, Słupsk and BOŚ (Bank Ochrony Środowiska) for other cities14 and 18 November 2011call of proposals concerning loans grantingJESSICA`s projects BOŚ and BGK27 March 2012agreement signed with the Old Brewery Company for the project entitled: The Old Brewery as a chance for development of Kościerzyna`s urban area.
20 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative The Old Brewery as a chance for development of Kościerzyna`s urban area.
21 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative – projects to be selected Cultural GarrisonCultural Garrison (Gdańsk)
22 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative – projects to be selected Railway Station (Sopot)
23 JESSICA in Silesia Voivodship 9 July 2010agreement signed with EIB as a Holding Fund- more than EUR 60 mln was transferred to HF14 April 2011announcement of the call for proposals for UDFs24 October 2011signing of the agreement with selected entity - BOŚ5 December 2011call of proposals concerning loans grantingJESSICA`s projects3 April 2012The agreement fot the project entitled The revitalisation in Tychy. Andromeda cultural mall was signed with the town Tychy.One UDF chosen – Bank of Environmental Protection. One project selected.
24 Examples of good practices within the framework of JESSICA initiative The revitalisation in Tychy, Andromeda cultural mall
25 JESSICA in Mazovia Voivodship agreement for financing JESSICA HF (EIB) 15 July 2011agreement for financing JESSICA HF (EIB)– more than EUR 40 mln was transferred to HFJuly - Decemberprocess of preparations for call of proposals for UDFfor Mazowieckie Voivodship9 December January 2012announcement of the call for proposals for UDF/UDFsJanuary - nowprocess of selection of UDF/UDFs
26 UDFs conditions Voivodship Wielkopolska Zachodniopomorskie Pomeranian SilesiaUDFBGKBZ WBK/ BOŚBGK/ BOŚBOŚAreaWielkopolskie VoivodshipSMA/ beyond SMAGdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot, Słupsk/ other citiesSilesia VoivoshipDate of agreement29 Sept. 201029 March 2011/29 Dec. 201213 Oct.201124 Oct. 2011Date of call for prosals29 Oct. 2010(open nature)28 July 2011/21 March 201118 Nov. 2011/14 Nov. 20115 Dec. 2011Amount of the loanMax. 75% of eligible costsPartner-KARR/ ZARRARP/ AMT PartnerCentre of Revitalisation ProjectsLaverageassumed (no specific data given)assumed/ 100 mln złAssumed (no specific data given)375 mln zł
27 Possible types of urban projects urban transport, water-pipe networks and sewage systemshistorical infrastructure for tourism or other purposes convenient for sustainable developmentrecultivation of post-industrial areas (including clearing and removing of contamination)recultivation of post-military, post-railway, harbour and near harbour areasoffice areas for small and medium enterprises (e.g. from IT or R&D sectors)universities buildings (including buildings of faculties such as medicine, biotechnology and other specialisations)projects within the scope of renewable energy and energy efficiency
28 State aid within JESSICA initiative There is also the state aid programme envisagedfor JESSICA projects:Ordinance of the Minister of Regional Development of 21st December 2010 on Regional Investment Aid Granting by Urban Development Funds within Regional Operational Programme. It came into force on 30 December It was prepared on the basis of the Regional Investment Aid Scheme according to the Commission Regulation (EC) No 800/2008 of 6 August 2008 (so-called general block exemption regulation)
29 Thank you for your attention Ministry of Regional Development 2/4 Wspólna Str., Warsaw
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