RSE Response on the Funding of EU Structural Fund Priorities in Scotland Post-Brexit

The RSE has responded to the Scottish Parliament’s Finance and Constitution Committee on their Inquiry into the Funding of EU Structural Funds Post-Brexit. The response illustrates that the cessation of Structural Funds in the UK presents an opportunity to develop a new fund (the Shared Prosperity Fund). Therefore, in the development of the Shared Prosperity Fund, both the UK and Scottish Governments should aim to reduce barriers to investment in projects and make processes, such as administration of funds, more efficient.

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Policy identifier

AP19-04

Chair

Professor Alan Alexander

Published date

April 2019