BECOMING THE MOST REGION IN EUROPE Delivering the €320m EU Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme BETTER PLACES Read More Delivering the €320m EU Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme COMPETITIVENESS MANAGING THE BORDER, MIDLAND
AND WESTERN (BMW) REGIONAL
OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME 2014-2020
Read More Delivering the €320m EU Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme
COLLABORATION CONNECTING EIGHT COUNTIES,
NEARLY 1 MILLION PEOPLE, 45,000 BUSINESSES
AND 65,000 THIRD LEVEL STUDENTS
Read More Delivering the €320m EU Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme

The Northern and Western Regional Assembly (NWRA) is one of three Regional Assemblies in the Republic of Ireland. We work with key stakeholders at EU, national, regional and local level to accelerate and optimise effective regional development.

We have three inter-related functional areas, that can develop our region best

  1. BETTER PLACES  – policy making, monitoring / oversight and promoting enhanced co-ordination in our Region through the implementation of our Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy
  2. COMPETITIVENESS – optimise EU policy and funding instruments for regional / local development priorities
  3. COLLABORATION – engage with innovative research partnerships and regional based networks to accelerate priorities identified in the Regional Spatial and Economic Strategies

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Fantastic collaborative workshop by @NWAssembly and @CARO_ASBN with 9 local authorities future proofing for Climate Change Mitigation 🌍

#ICARE4FARMS 2nd Consortium meeting that we holding today and tomorrow in @L_V_Center Virtual Environnement. @floortje_de @podevine @NoelBallantyne @Brendan_Mooney @unilincoln @INTERREG_NWE @LMTinnovation @UBS_universite @AC3Atlantique @NWAssembly

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New Publication: Developing our Corporate Plan is an opportunity to review our ‘strategic space’ https://www.nwra.ie/?p=8140

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Thank you @interregeurope for the support of our #Europeanproject. We are going in the right direction despite the circumstances.
Thanks also to @GreenwaysEurope for your valuable contribution in this #MidtermRevieuw.
#greenways @ViasVerdesRM @NWAssembly @rzeszow

Online meetings continue for the MOSES project. We all should be in Galway at the final conference. We hope that this may still happen in March 2021. #bluegrowth #atlanticmoses

Great exchange with @NWAssembly!

Focus on cohesive planning with green & specialised regional development. We need to ensure funding stays in the region.

I'm working with @FineGael colleagues to ensure the best plan is in place for Midlands-North-West after COVID & Brexit.

Best of luck to all of our friends for #CavanDay Great initiative. Great memories over there this summer @NWAssembly

Great to recover study visits, as it is organized in #Podkarpackie wiht @OurWay18 #Vratsa partners
The interest in #greenways would not be the same without having experienced them on site 🚶‍♀️🚴 in previous visits! @ViasVerdesRM @NWAssembly #Herault;#Hajdu-Bihar @RegioInterreg

Interested in regional economics and the impact of Covid-19 on the west and border region? Watch a short presentation by our economist John Daly on why we need to do more @NWAssembly
https://www.nwra.ie/news/covid-19-issues-and-opportunities-presentation-by-john-daly/

@DenisKelly84 @NWAssembly Congratulations to @louthcoco on delivering this scheme! Great to see EU funding benefitting the people of Dundalk #euinmyregion

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Better Places

Global economic conditions and national trends in population and employment changes are impacting our regions and communities in different ways. For the first time, Ireland will have integrated and aligned Planning Policy from local, to regional, to national.

Competitiveness

The Regional Assembly enhances the region’s competitiveness by managing the Border, Midland and Western (BMW) Regional Operational Programme 2014-202

Collaboration

The NWRA has a unique regional perspective. Stretching across eight counties and one city (9 local authorities), nearly 1 million people, 45,000 businesses and boasting over 65,000 3rd level students.