Purpose and scope
1 § State aid under this Regulation may be submitted to
municipalities for the creation of national development projects
aims to share experience of practical application of the
the planning and building Act (2010:900) from different parts of the country.
Support is subject to availability of funds.
Conditions for support
section 2 Support may be given to municipalities that intend to implement
projects in co-operation with other municipalities or county councils.
For eligibility requires that cooperation continue throughout
the duration of the project.
paragraph 3 of the Aid must not be used for an action that the applicant or a
interlocking municipality or County Administrative Board is required to
carry out in accordance with the law.
The amount of aid
4 § the aid may amount to the entire estimated cost of
implementation of the development project. The aid must not, however,
exceed 500 000 SEK per beneficiary.
Trial of a support case
section 5 Questions on aid review by Swedish authorities.
section 6, An application for aid must be submitted to Swedish authorities last
on March 1, 2016.
section 7 of the examination of applications, building and planning priorities and
grant applications are judged to be best placed to
fulfil the purpose set out in paragraph 1.
section 8 if the Housing Board considers that support should be given, the authority to determine
the amount of aid.
§ 9 A decision on aid shall be subject to conditions
1. If, when the eligibility of the operation to be completed,
2. If at any time the beneficiary shall provide such
the final report referred to in section 11, and
3. necessary to satisfy the purpose of the aid.
Payment of the aid
section 10 of the first instalment of the aid is made with 75%
by the decided support for the beneficiary in connection with
start of the project following the notification of the recipient. The project must not
start later than three months after the Board's decision on aid.
The final payment is made after a final report
According to section 11 have been submitted to and approved by the Swedish authorities.
Reporting, monitoring and evaluation
section 11 When a development project has been completed,
the beneficiary in a final report to the Housing account for how
the work has been carried out and the results that have been achieved. In
the final report shall also be shown what costs
the beneficiary has had for the project. Such final report
shall have been received by the Swedish authorities by 1 september 2016
or at the earlier time as housing Board determines.
section 12 of the Swedish authorities to follow up and evaluate the beneficiaries '
development projects and last modified on december 14, 2016 account
This in a report to the Government.
section 13, the beneficiary must provide the information to the Swedish authorities that
needed for such monitoring and evaluation referred to in
Withdrawal, refund and chargeback
14 § prior to payment of the aid, the Swedish authorities recall
the decision on the aid, if the conditions on which
the decision is no longer there.
section 15 Since the aid has been paid is the beneficiary
the repayment obligation, if
1. assistance has been provided on improper grounds or with too high
2. the aid entirely or partially unused or not
has been used for the purpose referred to in paragraph 1,
3. the recipient has not provided such final report referred to
in section 11, or
4. the conditions in the decision on the aid have not been respected.
section 16 if the beneficiary is obliged to refund under section 15,
to Swedish authorities decide to fully or partially recover
the aid. If there are special reasons for it, building and planning
waive recovery in whole or in part.
section 17 of the Swedish authorities may provide for the enforcement of
section 18 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions
If the appeal to the administrative court. Other decisions
than decision not final pay support under section 10 of the other
subparagraph, or if revocation of the decision under section 14 may, however,
not subject to appeal.