Regulation (2013:1102) On Aid For Development Projects Of Equal Public Spaces In Cities And Towns

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:1102) om stöd till utvecklingsprojekt för jämställda offentliga miljöer i städer och tätorter

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Purpose and scope

1 § State aid under this Regulation may be submitted to

development projects in a durable manner contributes to

equality in public spaces in cities and urban areas. Support

be provided subject to availability of funds.

With equal public places referred to in this regulation

environments whose design is not limited to one sex

interests and needs.

Conditions for support

section 2 of the aid may be granted to anyone who intends to carry out a

development projects for equal public spaces in cities

and that means

1. physical measures, or

2. strategic or metodutvecklande actions.

Support may only be provided to those who are judged to have conditions

to carry out the action and disseminate information and

experience about it.

paragraph 3 of the Aid must not be used for an action that

1. the applicant is obliged to perform by law or

other statutes, or

2. performed by someone who is bankrupt or is on


section 4 of the aid may be given for an action by the beneficiary intends to

complete by 1 January 2016.

5 § aid to undertakings as de minimis aid

Commission Regulation (EC) No 1998/2006 of 15

December 2006 on the application of articles 87 and 88 of the

Treaty to de minimis aid and may be granted only

with the limits imposed by Commission Regulation

and by 18 to 20 of the Ordinance (1988:764) on State aid

to the business community.

The amount of aid

section 6 of the aid may not exceed 75 per cent of the estimated

the cost of the action.

The aid may not exceed

1.1 500 000 kroons per beneficiary for measure such as

referred to in paragraph 1, 2 and

2.750 000 per beneficiary for measure such as

referred to in section 2, first subparagraph 2.

The examination of a case

section 7 Questions on aid review by Swedish authorities.

Building and planning will provide the concerned County Administrative Board the opportunity to comment

on an application.

section 8 An application for aid must be submitted to Swedish authorities last

on March 31, 2016.

§ 9 in the examination of applications, the Swedish authorities give priority to the

applications that are deemed to be in the best position to meet the

the aim referred to in paragraph 1. Building and planning to pay particular attention to

girls ' and boys ' interests and needs.

section 10 if the Swedish authorities consider that support should be given, the authority to determine

the amount of aid.

section 11 of the decision on aid shall be subject to conditions

1. If, when the eligibility of the operation to be completed,


2. as necessary to meet the purpose of the aid.

Payment of the aid

section 12 of the first instalment of the aid is made with a maximum of 75

percent of the decided support for the beneficiary in relation

to support decisions made by the Swedish authorities.

The final payment is made after the accounting

under section 13 has been received and approved by the Swedish authorities.

Reporting and monitoring

13 § When an eligible action is 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. A

such final report should have been received by the Housing Board at the latest by 1

November 2016 or at the earlier time as work


section 14 of the Swedish authorities to follow up on the measures which it has been granted

support for and by 30 June 2017 to account for this in a

report to the Government.

section 15, the beneficiary must provide the information to the Swedish authorities that

needed for such monitoring as referred to in section 14.

section 16 of the national housing Board shall keep a register of the support provided

According to this regulation. Such register shall contain the

information needed for it to be possible to

establish that the conditions for aid set out in the Commission's

Regulation (EC) No 1998/2006 are met.

The information contained in the register shall be maintained for 10 years from the date of

the aid was approved.

Refunds and chargebacks

section 17, if the beneficiary is obliged to repay

1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or

any other way has caused that the aid has been provided on

false pretense or with excessive amounts,

2. the aid for any other reason has been provided on false pretense

or with too high amount and the recipient should have realized


3. the aid entirely or partially unused or not

has been used for the purpose referred to in paragraph 1,

4. the recipient has not provided such final report referred to

in section 13, or

5. the terms of the decision on the aid have not been respected.

section 18 if a beneficiary is obliged to refund under section 17,

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 19 of the Housing Board may provide for the enforcement of

This regulation.


section 20 of the 22 a of the Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) contains provisions

If an appeal to the administrative court. Other decisions

of building and planning than the Administration's decision not to proceed with the definitive aid

According to section 12 of the second paragraph may, however, not subject to appeal.