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Published by Department of Trade and Industry in [London] .
Written in English

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Other titlesDoes your project qualify?.
Statement[prepared by] the Department of Trade and Industry.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Trade and Industry.
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Open LibraryOL19747809M

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Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) grants are available for projects that create or protect jobs in Scotland. The size of the grant will depend on: where your project is located in Scotland; the size of your business; the amount of new jobs created or existing jobs protected; the amount of capital expenditure directly relating to the project. This article examines the UK Regional Selective Assistance scheme, and critically appraises on-going reforms. These reforms have been triggered by the process of redrawing the map of eligible areas within new European Commission competition policy by: Request PDF | Regional Selective Assistance: Is the Spend Enough and Is It Targeting the Right Places? | This article examines the UK Regional Selective Assistance scheme, and critically appraises. Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) is a comprehensive investment grant scheme that assists business projects that create and safeguard jobs in Scotland. RSA is a discretionary grant scheme offered to companies in Assisted Areas – areas, including parts of Fife, designated for regional aid under European Community law - and is paid in.

Regional Selective Assistance Supporting your company to create more jobs Blancomet Recycling UK buys and recycles secondary raw materials including catalytic converters, electronic waste and precious metals. Its subsidiary company Blancomet Scot Ltd was set up in Dunfermline in with a team of two and has now grown to a team of Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) is the main national scheme of financial assistance to industry. It provides discretionary grants to investment projects that will create and safeguard employment in the Assisted Areas – areas designated for regional aid under European Community law. It also includes ‘Tier 3’ assistance in. Scottish Enterprise and Project Heather are pleased to announce agreement on a £, Regional Selective Assistance grant to support the investment in additional talent to support the creation of a stock exchange fit for the 21st century. The grant provides for up to 45 high-skilled jobs in Edinburgh, where the exchange will be headquartered. 4 Evaluation of Regional Aid policies “Evaluation of Regional Selective Assistance ”, Arup Economics and Planning “Evaluation of Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) and its successor, Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE)”, Hart et al. “The Causal Effects of an Industrial Policy”, Criscuolo et al. Scoping of Regional Growth Fund evaluation.

Regional Selective Assistance grants total £10m+ in second quarter Planned funding to support 32 companies, expected to create or safeguard 1, jobs Scottish Enterprise has awarded more than £10million in Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) grants during the last quarter, a planned investment that is expected to create or safeguard more. Get this from a library! Regional selective assistance an evaluation by PA Cambridge Economic Consultants Ltd.. [PA Cambridge Economic Consultants.; Great Britain. Department of Trade and Industry.; Great Britain. Industry Department for Scotland.; Great . Moffat J. Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) in Scotland: does it make a difference to plant survival, Regional Studies. This paper examines whether receipt of a Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) grant in Scotland has a causal impact on plant survival. The dataset is created by linking a register of grant recipients into the Annual Respondents Database. To get the right person to help you, please send us a message by submitting a form. Your message will go directly to the appropriate department at Selective.