The handbook, developed by the “Greening Regional Development Programmes” network, a European-wide partnership funded by the INTERREG IIIC, can be used for the SEA of other development programmes.
It contains sections on general principles for management of SEA, recommended steps in the SEA process, common myths about SEA, key documents, references and guidance. The SEA Directive came into force on 21 July 2004. For the first time in cohesion policy history, the SEA requirements may apply to new projects, particularly if they include projects covered by the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive.
Posted on 19th April 2006
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