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Programme Progress 2014-2020

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Here you will find financial data and outcomes set out by programme and priority

We have so far invested £1.67bn of EU Structural Funds (81% our 2014-2020 allocation), driving a total investment of some £3bn. 

During the 2014-2020 programme, EU funds have so far:

  • assisted some 5,350 enterprises
  • created over 830 enterprises
  • created over 8,320 jobs
  • supported 11,090 people into work
  • supported some 66,410 people to gain qualifications

A breakdown of these achievements at Local Authority level is available below. 

Priorities

The EU Structural Funds in Wales help support people into work and training, youth employment, research and innovation, business (SMEs) competitiveness, renewable energy and energy efficiency, and connectivity and urban development. 

You can find out more information on how Wales is benefiting from EU funds in the documents below.