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2011/2310(INI) EU cohesion policy strategy for the Atlantic area

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RoleCommitteeRapporteurShadows
Lead REGI CADEC Alain (icon: PPE PPE) IRIGOYEN PÉREZ María (icon: S&D S&D), GALLAGHER Pat the Cope (icon: ALDE ALDE), ALFONSI François (icon: Verts/ALE Verts/ALE)
Committee Opinion TRAN ȚICĂU Silvia-Adriana (icon: S&D S&D) Keith TAYLOR (icon: Verts/ALE Verts/ALE)
Lead committee dossier:
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Events

2018/02/23
   EC - Document attached to the procedure
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2012/09/13
   EP - Results of vote in Parliament
2012/09/13
   EP - Decision by Parliament
Details

The European Parliament adopted a resolution on the EU Cohesion Policy Strategy for the Atlantic Area.

Members recall that the Atlantic Area is composed of a rather disparate collection of regions, many of which have still not reached the EU’s average income level and thus remain under the convergence objective for the purposes of European cohesion policy. They consider that a macroregional strategy is essential in order to revitalise the Atlantic area.

1. A spatial planning policy for the Atlantic: Members are in favour of a broad strategic approach incorporating the territorial dimension, developing linkages between land and sea, and establishing a framework to better manage maritime and terrestrial planning policy in the Atlantic regions. The resolution calls for the creation of a permanent maritime spatial planning structure for the Atlantic area, comprising the regions and Member States concerned and the Commission, for the purposes of coordinating the strategy laid down from an intersectoral and transnational perspective.

Members consider that the territorial dimension of the strategy is essential for purposes of making the Atlantic regions more accessible, and that it should focus on linking the Atlantic area with the European mainland, connecting the transport, energy and information networks, developing the rural and urban parts of the hinterland, and improving the land-sea links, including the outermost and island regions. They consider it essential to improve the connections between the Atlantic regions and the rest of Europe through investment in multimodal transport infrastructures . The resolution:

calls for local, regional and crossborder partnerships to be set up with the aim of improving risk prevention and risk management capacities in the Atlantic in connection with maritime and land-based accidents, natural disasters and criminal activities; stresses that the motorways of the sea help to provide access to the Atlantic regions, increase trade, stimulate port-based economic activity, encourage tourism and reduce CO2 emissions; considers that vigorous action is needed to safeguard the ecological balance and biodiversity of the Atlantic and reduce the carbon footprint in that area.

Parliament regrets that there is no corridor covering the whole of the Atlantic area in the Commission proposals on the core network of trans-European transport networks, and that too few Atlantic ports are proposed in this core network. It considers it necessary to include other Atlantic ports as hub ports and announces its intention to put forward proposals to this effect

2. An industrial policy for the Atlantic: Parliament wants the strategy to support the competitiveness of the dynamic economic sectors in the Atlantic regions, through an appropriate industrial policy. It believes, in this regard, that private-sector investment should be supported by the public authorities in the areas of research and development, innovation, cluster development and SME support.

The resolution notes that the Atlantic area is particularly suitable for the promotion of renewable marine energies , and considers that public support is necessary to accompany private investment in the technologies concerned, especially offshore wind energy and wave and tidal energy.

Members emphasise the economic importance of the maritime industries in the Atlantic regions, especially the shipbuilding industry , which is experiencing an extremely difficult situation in some Atlantic of those regions, and for which the Commission needs to facilitate solutions. They underline the strategic importance of maritime transport along the Atlantic seaboard and on the importance of promoting socially, economically and environmentally sustainable forms of tourism in the Atlantic region.

3. An action plan for 2014-2020: Members call on the Commission to establish the Atlantic macroregion and propose an action plan to implement the strategy in the period 2014-2020. They call for the action plan to be linked to the EU’s regional policy, the Integrated Maritime Policy, research and innovation policy (Horizon 2020), and the Connecting Europe Facility.

They stress that the action plan should use existing European funding, rather than creating any new budgetary instruments. They point to the important role which the European Investment Bank, project bonds and public-private partnerships could play in providing funding for the investment required under the strategy.

Based on a strategic vision for the Atlantic Area that would be jointly agreed, this action plan would then:

establish key priorities, measures and identify flagship projects; set out clearly defined roles and responsibilities for all policy and implementation stakeholders; set out key targets and a range of indicators to measure delivery; agree a process of evaluation and a mid-term review of achievements; and identify the necessary resources to implement the Action Plan.

Members propose that the Action Plan be adopted by the Atlantic Forum (of which the European Parliament is the initiator), and call on the forthcoming Irish presidency to prioritise European Council endorsement of the Action Plan during its term of office.

Documents
2012/09/13
   EP - End of procedure in Parliament
2012/07/11
   EP - Committee report tabled for plenary
Details

The Committee on Regional Development adopted the initiative report by Alain CADEC (EPP, FR) on the EU Cohesion Policy Strategy for the Atlantic Area.

Members recall that the Atlantic Area is composed of a rather disparate collection of regions, many of which have still not reached the EU’s average income level and thus remain under the convergence objective for the purposes of European cohesion policy. They consider that a macroregional strategy is essential in order to revitalise the Atlantic area.

A spatial planning policy for the Atlantic: Members are in favour of a broad strategic approach incorporating the territorial dimension, developing linkages between land and sea, and establishing a framework to better manage maritime and terrestrial planning policy in the Atlantic regions. The report calls for the creation of a permanent maritime spatial planning structure for the Atlantic area, comprising the regions and Member States concerned and the Commission, for the purposes of coordinating the strategy laid down from an intersectoral and transnational perspective.

They consider that the territorial dimension of the strategy is essential for purposes of making the Atlantic regions more accessible, and that it should focus on linking the Atlantic area with the European mainland, connecting the transport, energy and information networks, developing the rural and urban parts of the hinterland, and improving the land-sea links, including the outermost and island regions. They consider it essential to improve the connections between the Atlantic regions and the rest of Europe through investment in multimodal transport infrastructures .

The report calls for local, regional and crossborder partnerships to be set up with the aim of improving risk prevention and risk management capacities in the Atlantic in connection with maritime and land-based accidents, natural disasters and criminal activities. It believes that the motorways of the sea help to provide access to the Atlantic regions, increase trade, stimulate port-based economic activity, encourage tourism and reduce CO 2 emissions. It considers that vigorous action is needed to safeguard the ecological balance and biodiversity of the Atlantic and reduce the carbon footprint in that area.

An industrial policy for the Atlantic: the committee hopes that the strategy will support the competitiveness of the dynamic economic sectors in the Atlantic regions, through an appropriate industrial policy. It believes, in this regard, that private-sector investment should be supported by the public authorities in the areas of research and development, innovation, cluster development and SME support. It notes that the Atlantic area is particularly suitable for the promotion of renewable marine energies , and considers that public support is necessary to accompany private investment in the technologies concerned, especially offshore wind energy and wave and tidal energy.

Members emphasise the economic importance of the maritime industries in the Atlantic regions, especially the shipbuilding industry , which is experiencing an extremely difficult situation in some Atlantic of those regions, and for which the Commission needs to facilitate solutions. They underline the strategic importance of maritime transport along the Atlantic seaboard and on the importance of promoting socially, economically and environmentally sustainable forms of tourism in the Atlantic region.

An action plan for 2014-2020: Members call on the Commission to establish the Atlantic macroregion and propose an action plan to implement the strategy in the period 2014-2020. They call for the action plan to be linked to the EU’s regional policy, the Integrated Maritime Policy, research and innovation policy (Horizon 2020), and the Connecting Europe Facility.

They stress that the action plan should use existing European funding, rather than creating any new budgetary instruments. They point to the important role which the European Investment Bank, project bonds and public-private partnerships could play in providing funding for the investment required under the strategy.

Based on a strategic vision for the Atlantic Area that would be jointly agreed, this action plan would then:

establish key priorities, measures and identify flagship projects; set out clearly defined roles and responsibilities for all policy and implementation stakeholders; set out key targets and a range of indicators to measure delivery; agree a process of evaluation and a mid-term review of achievements; and identify the necessary resources to implement the Action Plan.

Members propose that the Action Plan be adopted by the Atlantic Forum (of which the European Parliament is the initiator), and calls on the forthcoming Irish presidency to prioritise European Council endorsement of the Action Plan during its term of office.

Documents
2012/06/21
   EP - Vote in committee
2012/06/04
   EP - Committee opinion
Documents
2012/05/24
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
Documents
2012/04/02
   EP - Committee draft report
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2012/01/23
   EP - ȚICĂU Silvia-Adriana (S&D) appointed as rapporteur in TRAN
2011/12/15
   EP - Committee referral announced in Parliament
2011/10/06
   EP - CADEC Alain (PPE) appointed as rapporteur in REGI

Documents

AmendmentsDossier
107 2011/2310(INI)
2012/05/08 TRAN 30 amendments...
source: PE-489.372
2012/05/24 REGI 77 amendments...
source: PE-489.598

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A spatial planning policy for the Atlantic: Members are in favour of a broad strategic approach incorporating the territorial dimension, developing linkages between land and sea, and establishing a framework to better manage maritime and terrestrial planning policy in the Atlantic regions. The report calls for the creation of a permanent maritime spatial planning structure for the Atlantic area, comprising the regions and Member States concerned and the Commission, for the purposes of coordinating the strategy laid down from an intersectoral and transnational perspective. They consider that the territorial dimension of the strategy is essential for purposes of making the Atlantic regions more accessible, and that it should focus on linking the Atlantic area with the European mainland, connecting the transport, energy and information networks, developing the rural and urban parts of the hinterland, and improving the land-sea links, including the outermost and island regions. 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It believes, in this regard, that private-sector investment should be supported by the public authorities in the areas of research and development, innovation, cluster development and SME support. It notes that the Atlantic area is particularly suitable for the promotion of renewable marine energies , and considers that public support is necessary to accompany private investment in the technologies concerned, especially offshore wind energy and wave and tidal energy. Members emphasise the economic importance of the maritime industries in the Atlantic regions, especially the shipbuilding industry , which is experiencing an extremely difficult situation in some Atlantic of those regions, and for which the Commission needs to facilitate solutions. They underline the strategic importance of maritime transport along the Atlantic seaboard and on the importance of promoting socially, economically and environmentally sustainable forms of tourism in the Atlantic region. An action plan for 2014-2020: Members call on the Commission to establish the Atlantic macroregion and propose an action plan to implement the strategy in the period 2014-2020. They call for the action plan to be linked to the EU’s regional policy, the Integrated Maritime Policy, research and innovation policy (Horizon 2020), and the Connecting Europe Facility. They stress that the action plan should use existing European funding, rather than creating any new budgetary instruments. They point to the important role which the European Investment Bank, project bonds and public-private partnerships could play in providing funding for the investment required under the strategy. Based on a strategic vision for the Atlantic Area that would be jointly agreed, this action plan would then: establish key priorities, measures and identify flagship projects; set out clearly defined roles and responsibilities for all policy and implementation stakeholders; set out key targets and a range of indicators to measure delivery; agree a process of evaluation and a mid-term review of achievements; and identify the necessary resources to implement the Action Plan. Members propose that the Action Plan be adopted by the Atlantic Forum (of which the European Parliament is the initiator), and calls on the forthcoming Irish presidency to prioritise European Council endorsement of the Action Plan during its term of office.
    • date: 2012-09-13T00:00:00 type: Results of vote in Parliament body: EP docs: url: https://oeil.secure.europarl.europa.eu/oeil/popups/sda.do?id=21816&l=en title: Results of vote in Parliament
    • date: 2012-09-13T00:00:00 type: Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading body: EP docs: url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=TA&language=EN&reference=P7-TA-2012-341 title: T7-0341/2012 summary: The European Parliament adopted a resolution on the EU Cohesion Policy Strategy for the Atlantic Area. Members recall that the Atlantic Area is composed of a rather disparate collection of regions, many of which have still not reached the EU’s average income level and thus remain under the convergence objective for the purposes of European cohesion policy. They consider that a macroregional strategy is essential in order to revitalise the Atlantic area. 1. A spatial planning policy for the Atlantic: Members are in favour of a broad strategic approach incorporating the territorial dimension, developing linkages between land and sea, and establishing a framework to better manage maritime and terrestrial planning policy in the Atlantic regions. The resolution calls for the creation of a permanent maritime spatial planning structure for the Atlantic area, comprising the regions and Member States concerned and the Commission, for the purposes of coordinating the strategy laid down from an intersectoral and transnational perspective. Members consider that the territorial dimension of the strategy is essential for purposes of making the Atlantic regions more accessible, and that it should focus on linking the Atlantic area with the European mainland, connecting the transport, energy and information networks, developing the rural and urban parts of the hinterland, and improving the land-sea links, including the outermost and island regions. They consider it essential to improve the connections between the Atlantic regions and the rest of Europe through investment in multimodal transport infrastructures . The resolution: calls for local, regional and crossborder partnerships to be set up with the aim of improving risk prevention and risk management capacities in the Atlantic in connection with maritime and land-based accidents, natural disasters and criminal activities; stresses that the motorways of the sea help to provide access to the Atlantic regions, increase trade, stimulate port-based economic activity, encourage tourism and reduce CO2 emissions; considers that vigorous action is needed to safeguard the ecological balance and biodiversity of the Atlantic and reduce the carbon footprint in that area. Parliament regrets that there is no corridor covering the whole of the Atlantic area in the Commission proposals on the core network of trans-European transport networks, and that too few Atlantic ports are proposed in this core network. It considers it necessary to include other Atlantic ports as hub ports and announces its intention to put forward proposals to this effect 2. An industrial policy for the Atlantic: Parliament wants the strategy to support the competitiveness of the dynamic economic sectors in the Atlantic regions, through an appropriate industrial policy. It believes, in this regard, that private-sector investment should be supported by the public authorities in the areas of research and development, innovation, cluster development and SME support. The resolution notes that the Atlantic area is particularly suitable for the promotion of renewable marine energies , and considers that public support is necessary to accompany private investment in the technologies concerned, especially offshore wind energy and wave and tidal energy. Members emphasise the economic importance of the maritime industries in the Atlantic regions, especially the shipbuilding industry , which is experiencing an extremely difficult situation in some Atlantic of those regions, and for which the Commission needs to facilitate solutions. They underline the strategic importance of maritime transport along the Atlantic seaboard and on the importance of promoting socially, economically and environmentally sustainable forms of tourism in the Atlantic region. 3. An action plan for 2014-2020: Members call on the Commission to establish the Atlantic macroregion and propose an action plan to implement the strategy in the period 2014-2020. They call for the action plan to be linked to the EU’s regional policy, the Integrated Maritime Policy, research and innovation policy (Horizon 2020), and the Connecting Europe Facility. They stress that the action plan should use existing European funding, rather than creating any new budgetary instruments. They point to the important role which the European Investment Bank, project bonds and public-private partnerships could play in providing funding for the investment required under the strategy. Based on a strategic vision for the Atlantic Area that would be jointly agreed, this action plan would then: establish key priorities, measures and identify flagship projects; set out clearly defined roles and responsibilities for all policy and implementation stakeholders; set out key targets and a range of indicators to measure delivery; agree a process of evaluation and a mid-term review of achievements; and identify the necessary resources to implement the Action Plan. Members propose that the Action Plan be adopted by the Atlantic Forum (of which the European Parliament is the initiator), and call on the forthcoming Irish presidency to prioritise European Council endorsement of the Action Plan during its term of office.
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    • date: 2012-09-13T00:00:00 docs: url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/oeil/popups/sda.do?id=21816&l=en type: Results of vote in Parliament title: Results of vote in Parliament url: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=TA&language=EN&reference=P7-TA-2012-341 type: Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading title: T7-0341/2012 body: EP type: Results of vote in Parliament
    committees
    • body: EP shadows: group: S&D name: IRIGOYEN PÉREZ María group: ALDE name: GALLAGHER Pat the Cope group: Verts/ALE name: ALFONSI François group: GUE/NGL name: OMARJEE Younous responsible: True committee_full: Regional Development committee: REGI
    • body: EP responsible: False committee: TRAN date: 2012-01-23T00:00:00 committee_full: Transport and Tourism rapporteur: group: S&D name: ŢICĂU Silvia-Adriana
    links
    other
    • body: EC dg: url: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/regional_policy/index_en.htm title: Regional Policy commissioner: HAHN Johannes
    procedure
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    REGI/7/08176
    geographical_area
    Atlantic Ocean Area
    reference
    2011/2310(INI)
    title
    EU cohesion policy strategy for the Atlantic Area
    legal_basis
    Rules of Procedure of the European Parliament EP 052
    stage_reached
    Procedure completed
    subtype
    Initiative
    Modified legal basis
    Rules of Procedure of the European Parliament EP 150
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    INI - Own-initiative procedure
    subject