SCDI responds to many consultations every year. Our members shape our policy positions. We want to hear your views to inform our influencing of government, parliament and policymakers. This page shows what’s coming up.
The Replacement of European Structural Funds in Scotland Post-Brexit
If the UK leaves the EU, it will no longer receive support from European Structural Funds which have invested in the economy and environment across Scotland for more than four decades. Under the current 2014-2020 programme Scotland benefits from over £780m of such funding through the European Regional Development Fund and the European Social Fund.
The UK Government has indicated its intention to provide successor funding through a UK Shared Prosperity Fund, but has yet to provide the necessary detail.
The Scottish Government is consulting on how any successor funding vehicle should be designed to meet the needs of Scotland’s economy and society. You can read more here.
We’re responding on behalf of our members on this vital issue. We would welcome input from our members to firstname.lastname@example.org before COB Friday 31 January 2020.
Get in touch
If you would like to find out more about other opportunities to shape our Policy activities and positions, please contact: David Kelly, Policy Manager, email@example.com.