Tendr - Kapacitní rozvoj a konzultantské služby v oblasti životního prostředí
Phare - capacity building in implementation of the environmental acquis at the local and regional level
Stav tendru: avízo tendru
Banka: Evropská unie - program PHARE
Klíčová slova: Phare ,
služby konzultantské ,
*Kapacitní rozvoj a konzultantské služby v oblasti životního prostředí na lokálních a regionálních úrovních v níže uvedených kandidátských zemích:
B-Brussels: Phare - capacity building in implementation of the environmental acquis at the local and regional level
Service contract forecast
Location - Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia
1. Publication reference: EUROPEAID/116215/C/SV/PHA
2. Procedure: Restricted.
3. Programme: Phare multi-beneficiary programme Environment and enlargement, 2003.
4. Financing: Budget line B7-030.
5. Contracting authority: European Commission, Directorate-General Environment, B-Brussels.
6. Nature of contract: Technical assistance.
7. Contract description: While legislation and policy are generally developed and adopted at the national level in the candidate countries, local and regional authorities must assume a large role in its implementation. However, much of the EU environmental acquis involves new concepts and methodologies which are not easily assimilated into the practices of local and regional authorities charged with their implementation.
Experience to date shows thate there is still a particularly broad need to improve the capacity at the local and regional level in implementation of the EIA and IPPC directives. Addressing both the IPPC directive and the EIA directive in the same project is particularly useful since many projects subject to the EIA directive must also apply for a permit under Directive 96/61/EC on integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC), in which case there is the possibility of a single permit to cover both requirements.
This project will therefore work to develop the ability of local and regional authorities to effectively implement environmental legislation, particularly in the domains of EIA and IPPC. This will be done through an approach that is tailored to the needs and conditions of each particular country, but also ensuring the possibility for countries to learn from the experiences of their neighbours.
Prior to contracting this project, each Phare country will be asked to nominate between 4 to 7 towns/counties as pilot areas, and to pinpoint any particular issues that the contractors should address in their specific national context.
8. Indicative maximum budget: 4 000 000 EUR.
9. Intended timing of publication: May 2003.
10. Additional information: Subject to budgetary availability and confirmation of interest by Turkey, Malta and Cyprus, the successful bidder might also be offered contracts to extend the activities of this contract to those three countries.
Finalization of this tender procedure is conditional on the final approval of the proposed Commission decision on the Phare multi-beneficiary programme Environment and enlargement, 2003, and on budgetary availability.
11. Legal basis: Council Regulation (EEC) No 3906/89 of 18 December 1989 on economic aid to certain countries of central and eastern Europe, as amended.
There must be a minimum period of 30 calendar days between the publication of this contract forecast and the publication of the corresponding procurement notice.
No applications or requests for information should be sent at this stage.
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