The role of the SEUPB (Special EU Programming Body) is to help facilitate the positive impact that European Regional Development Funding will have on the lives of people living across Northern Ireland, the Border Region of Ireland, and Western Scotland. The SEUPB is responsible for the implementation of the EU’s PEACE programmes.
We are one of the six cross-border Bodies set up under the “Agreement between the Government of Ireland and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland establishing implementing bodies” signed on 8 March 1999 (the British-Irish Agreement of 8 March 1999).
The Agreement was given domestic effect, North and South, by means of the North/South Co-operation (Implementation Bodies) (Northern Ireland) Order 1999 and the British-Irish Agreement Act 1999 respectively.
We are responsible to two Sponsor Departments, the Department of Finance in Northern Ireland and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform in Ireland along with the European Commission and the North South Ministerial Council.
The Clarence West Building
2 Clarence Street West
Belfast – BT2 7GP – N.Ireland
Tel: +44 28 9026 6660 – Fax: +44 28 9026 6661
M:Tek II Building, Armagh Road,
Monaghan H18 YH59 – Ireland
Tel: +353 477 7003 – Fax: +353 477 1258
EU House, 11 Kevlin Road,
Omagh – BT78 1LB – N.Ireland
Tel: +44 28 8225 5750 – Fax: +44 28 8224 8427
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