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Document 32014R1242

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1242/2014 of 20 November 2014 laying down rules pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 508/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund with regard to the presentation of relevant cumulative data on operations

OJ L 334, 21.11.2014, p. 11–38 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

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21.11.2014   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 334/11


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) No 1242/2014

of 20 November 2014

laying down rules pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 508/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund with regard to the presentation of relevant cumulative data on operations

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 508/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 on the Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulations (EC) No 2328/2003, (EC) No 861/2006, (EC) No 1198/2006 and (EC) No 791/2007 and Regulation (EU) No 1255/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council (1), and in particular Article 97(2) thereof,

After consulting the Committee for the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund,

Whereas:

(1)

Pursuant to Article 97(1)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 508/2014, the Member States' managing authorities must provide the Commission with relevant cumulative data on operations selected for funding until the end of the previous year, including key characteristics of the beneficiaries and the operations.

(2)

In order to ensure the consistency and completeness of the cumulative data on operations selected for funding, it is necessary to provide common technical specifications and rules for the presentation of that cumulative data. For that purpose it is appropriate to refer to the database structure provided for in Annex I to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1243/2014 (2).

(3)

In order to allow for the prompt application of the measures provided for in this Regulation, this Regulation should enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The managing authorities shall follow the technical specifications and rules for the presentation of cumulative data on operations selected for funding, including key characteristics of the beneficiaries and the operations themselves, as provided for in Article 97(1)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 508/2014, in accordance with the forms and tables set out in the Annexes to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 20 November 2014.

For the Commission

The President

Jean-Claude JUNCKER


(1)  OJ L 149, 20.5.2014, p. 1.

(2)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1243/2014 of 20 November 2014 laying down rules pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 508/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund with regard to the information to be sent by Member States, as well as on data needs and synergies between potential data sources (see page 39 of this Official Journal).


ANNEX I

Information to be provided for each operation for the following fields as referred to in the database structure laid down in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1243/2014

Cumulative data on operations selected for funding from 1 January 2014 until 31 December …

Field

Content of field

1

CCI

2

Unique Identifier of the Operation (ID)

3

Name of the operation

5

NUTS code

6

Beneficiary

7

Gender of beneficiary

8

Size of enterprise

9

State of progress of the operation

10

Total eligible cost

11

Total eligible public cost

12

EMFF support

13

Date of approval

14

Total eligible expenditure

15

Total eligible public expenditure

16

EMFF eligible expenditure

17

Date of final payment to beneficiary

18

Measure concerned

19

Output indicator


ANNEX II

Information to be provided for each operation only where the operation relates to fleet measures for the following fields as referred to in the database structure laid down in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1243/2014

Cumulative data on operations selected for funding from 1 January 2014 until 31 December …

Field

Content of field

1

CCI

2

Unique Identifier of the Operation (ID)

4

Vessel number ‘Community Fleet Register number’ (CFR)


ANNEX III

Information to be provided for each operation on project implementation data for the following fields as referred to in the database structure laid down in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1243/2014

Cumulative data on operations selected for funding from 1 January 2014 until 31 December …

Field

Content of field

1

CCI

2

Unique Identifier of the Operation (ID)

20

Operation implementation data

21

Value of the implementation data


ANNEX IV

Information to be provided for each operation on result indicators for the following fields as referred to in the database structure laid down in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1243/2014

Cumulative data on operations selected for funding from 1 January 2014 until 31 December …

Field

Content of field

1

CCI

2

Unique Identifier of the Operation (ID)

22

Result indicator(s) related to the operation

23

Indicative result expected by the beneficiary

24

Value of result indicator when validated after implementation


ANNEX V

Reference tables

Table 1 — project implementation data

Code of the measure

Measures in EMFF

Project implementation data

Code of the implementation data

Possible value and type of value

Community Fleet Register number (CFR) mandatory (Yes or No)

Column 18

Column 20

Column 21

Chapter I: Sustainable development in fisheries

I.1

Article 26 and Article 44(3)

Innovation

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of innovation: products and equipment; process and techniques; management and organisation system

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of people benefiting from the operation directly in companies supported

3

Numerical

I.2

Article 27 and Article 44(3)

Advisory services

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of advisory service: feasibility studies and advisory services; professional advice; business strategies

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

I.3

Article 28 and Article 44(3)

Partnership scientists and fishermen

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of activities: networks; partnership agreement or association; data collection and management; studies; pilot projects; dissemination; seminars; best practices

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of scientists involved in partnership

3

Numerical

Number of fishermen involved in partnership

4

Numerical

Number of other bodies benefiting from the operation

5

Numerical

I.4

Article 29(1).and (2) and Article 44()1(a)

Promotion of human capital, job creation and social dialogue — training, networking, social dialogue, support to spouse and partners

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of activities: training and learning; networking; social dialogue

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of spouses and partners benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

Number of people or organisations benefiting from the operation (participants in training, members of networks, organisations involved in social dialogue actions)

4

Numerical

I.5

Article 29(3) and Article 44(1)(a)

Promotion of human capital, job creation and social dialogue — trainees on board SSCF

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of activities: training and learning

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of trainees benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

I.6

Article 30 and Article 44(4)

Diversification and new forms of income

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of diversification: investments on board; angling tourism; restaurants; environmental services; educational activities

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of fishermen concerned

3

Numerical

I.7

Article 31 and Article 44(2)

Start-up support for young fishermen

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Age of the young fishermen benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

I.8

Article 32 and Article 44(1)(b)

Health and safety

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of equipment: investment on board; individual equipment

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of fishermen concerned by the operation

3

Numerical

I.9

Article 33

Temporary cessation of fishing activities

Number of fishermen concerned

1

Numerical

Yes

Number of days covered

2

Numerical

I.10

Article 34

Permanent cessation of fishing activities

Number of fishermen concerned

1

Numerical

Yes

I.11

Article 35

Mutual Fund for adverse climatic events and environmental incidents — Creation of the Fund

Name of mutual fund

1

String

No

I.12

Article 35

Mutual Fund for adverse climatic events and environmental incidents — Compensations paid

Compensation paid for: adverse climatic events; environmental incidents; rescue costs

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

Yes

Number of crew members concerned

2

Numerical

I.13

Article 36

Support for the systems of allocation of fishing opportunities

Type of activity: design; development; monitoring; evaluation; management

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

No

Type of beneficiary

2

See code in Table 4, numerical

I.14

Article 37

Support for the design and implementation of conservation measures and regional cooperation

Type of activity: design; development and monitoring; stakeholder participation; direct restocking

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of stocks concerned (if relevant)

2

Numerical

Total area concerned by project (in km2) (if relevant)

3

Numerical

I.15

Article 38 and Article 44(1)(c)

Limitation of the impact of fishing on the marine environment and adaptation of fishing to the protection of species

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of investment: selectivity of gear; reduce discards or deal with unwanted catches; eliminating impacts on ecosystem and sea bed; protecting gears and catches from mammals and birds; fish aggregating device in outermost regions

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

I.16

Article 39 and Article 44(1)(c)

Innovation linked to conservation of marine biological resources

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of operation: developing new technical or organisational knowledge reducing impacts; introducing new technical or organisational knowledge reducing impacts; developing new technical or organisational knowledge achieving sustainable use; introducing new technical or organisational knowledge achieving sustainable use

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

I.17

Article 40(1)(a)

Protection and restoration of marine biodiversity — collection of waste

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

1

Numerical

Yes

I.18

Article 40(1)(b) to (g) and (i) and Article 44(6)

Protection and restoration of marine biodiversity — contribution to a better management or conservation, construction, installation or modernisation of static or movable facilities, preparation of protection and management plans related to Natura 2000 sites and spatial protected areas, management, restoration and monitoring marine protected areas, including Natura 2000 sites, environmental awareness, participation in other actions aimed at maintaining and enhancing biodiversity and ecosystem services

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of operation: investment in facilities; management of resources; management plans for Natura 2000 and SPA; management of Natura 2000; management of MPAs; increasing awareness; other actions enhancing biodiversity

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Total area concerned by Natura 2000 (in km2) (if relevant)

3

Numerical

Total area concerned by MPA (in km2) (if relevant)

4

Numerical

Number of fishermen concerned

5

Numerical

I.19

Article 40(1)(h)

Protection and restoration of marine biodiversity — schemes for the compensation of damage to catches caused by mammals and birds

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

1

Numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

I.20

Article 41(1)(a) to (c) and Article 44(1)(d)

Energy efficiency and mitigation climate change —On-board investments, energy efficiency audits and schemes, studies

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea (only for Article 41(1)(a)

Type of operation: equipment on board; fishing gear; energy efficiency audits and schemes; studies

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

% decrease in fuel consumption

4

Numerical

% decrease in CO2 emissions if relevant

5

Numerical

I.21

Article 41(2) and Article 44(1)(d)

Energy efficiency and mitigation climate change — Engine replacement or modernisation

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of operation: replacement of engine; modernisation

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

kW before intervention (certified or physically inspected)

3

Numerical

kW after intervention (certified or physically inspected)

4

Numerical

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

5

Numerical

% decrease in fuel consumption

6

Numerical

% decrease in CO2 emissions if relevant

7

Numerical

I.22

Article 42 and Article 44(1)(e)

Added value, product quality and use of unwanted catches

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Type of operation: investments that add value to products; investments on board that improve the quality of the fishery products

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

I.23

Article 43(1) and (3) and Article 44(1)(f)

Fishing ports, landing sites, auction halls and shelters — investments improving fishing port and auction halls infrastructure or landing sites and shelters, investments to improve the safety of fishermen

Indication as to whether the operation relates to sea or inland fishing or both

1

See code in Table 2, numerical

Yes if operation relates to sea

Category of investment: Fishing ports; landing sites; auction halls; shelters

2

See code in Table 5, numerical

Type of investment: quality; control and traceability; energy efficiency; environmental protection; safety & working conditions

3

See code in Table 3, numerical

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

4

Numerical

Number of other port users or other workers benefiting from the operation

5

Numerical

I.24

Article 43(2)

Fishing ports, landing sites, auction halls and shelters — investments to facilitate compliance with the obligation to land all catches

Category of investment: Fishing ports; landing sites; auction halls; shelters

1

See code in Table 5, numerical

No

Number of fishermen benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

Chapter II: Sustainable development of aquaculture

II.1

Article 47

Innovation

Type of innovation: knowledge development; introduction of new species; feasibility studies

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Type of research body involved

2

See code in Table 4, numerical

Number of employees benefiting from the operation directly linked in the enterprises supported

3

Numerical

II.2

Article 48(1)(a) to (d) and (f) to (h)

Productive investments in aquaculture

Type of investment: productive; diversification; modernisation; animal health; quality of products; restoration; complementary activities

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

II.3

Article 48(1)(e) and (i) and (j)

Productive investments in aquaculture — resource efficiency, reducing usage of water and chemicals, recirculation systems minimising water use

Type of investment: environmental and resources; water usage and quality; closed systems

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

II.4

Article 48(1)(k)

Productive investments in aquaculture — increasing energy efficiency, renewable energy

Type of investment: energy efficiency; renewable energy

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

II.5

Article 49

Management, relief and advisory services for aquaculture farms

Type of operation: setting up management; purchase of farm advisory services; relief and advisory services (focus on compliance with environmental legislation); relief and advisory services (focus on environmental impact assessment); relief and advisory services (focus on compliance with animal welfare, health & safety, and public health legislations); relief and advisory services (focus on marketing & business strategies)

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

II.6

Article 50

Promotion of human capital and networking

Type of activity: professional training; lifelong learning; dissemination; new professional skills; improvement of working conditions and promotion of occupational safety; networking and exchange of experience

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

Number of spouses and life-partners benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

II.7

Article 51

Increasing the potential of aquaculture sites

Type of operation: identification of areas; improvement of support facilities and infrastructures; preventing serious damage; actions following the detection of increased mortalities or diseases

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

II.8

Article 52

Encouraging new aquaculture farmers practising sustainable aquaculture

Total area concerned (in km2)

1

Numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

II.9

Article 53

Conversion to eco-management and audit schemes and organic aquaculture

Type of operation: conversion to organic aquaculture; participation in EMAS

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

Total area concerned (in km2)

3

Numerical

II.10

Article 54

Aquaculture providing environmental services

Type of operation: aquaculture in Natura 2000 areas; ex situ conservation and reproduction; aquaculture operations including conservation and improvement of environment and biodiversity

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

Total area concerned by Natura 2000 (in km2)

3

Numerical

Total area concerned outside Natura 2000 (in km2)

4

Numerical

II.11

Article 55

Public health measures

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

1

Numerical

No

II.12

Article 56

Animal health and welfare measures

Type of operation: control and eradication of diseases; best practices and codes of conduct; reduction of dependence on veterinary medicines; veterinary or pharmaceutical studies and good practices; health protection groups; compensation to mollusc farmers

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

2

See code in Table 3, numerical

II.13

Article 57

Aquaculture stock insurance

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

1

Numerical

No

Chapter III: Sustainable development of fisheries and aquaculture areas

III.1

Article 62(1)(a)

Preparatory support

Type of beneficiary

1

See code in Table 4, numerical

No

III.2

Article 63

Implementation of local development strategies — selection of FLAGs (1)

Total population covered by FLAG (in units)

1

Numerical

No

Number of public partners in FLAG

2

Numerical

Number of private partners in FLAG

3

Numerical

Number of civil society partners in FLAG

4

Numerical

Number of FTE employed by FLAG for administration

5

Numerical

Number of FTE employed by FLAG for animation

6

Numerical

III.3

Article 63

Implementation of local development strategies — Projects supported by FLAGs (including running costs and animation)

Type of operation: adding value; diversification; environment; socio-cultural; governance; running costs and animation

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Type of beneficiary

2

See code in Table 4, numerical

III.4

Article 64

Cooperation activities

Type of operation: preparatory support; projects within the same MS; projects with other MS; projects with partners outside the EU

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of partners if relevant

2

Numerical

Chapter IV: Marketing and processing related measures

IV.1

Article 66

Production and marketing plans

Number of members of producers' organisations involved

1

Numerical

No

IV.2

Article 67

Storage aid

Number of producers' organisations members benefiting from the operation

1

Numerical

No

IV.3

Article 68

Marketing measures

Type of operation: create producers' organisations, association or inter-branch organisations; find new markets and improve marketing conditions (focus on species with marketing potential); find new markets and improve marketing conditions (focus on unwanted catches); find new markets and improve marketing conditions (focus on products with low impact or organic products); promoting quality and value-added (focus on certification and promotion sustainable products); promoting quality and value-added (focus on quality schemes); promoting quality and value-added (focus on direct marketing); promoting quality and value-added (focus on packaging); transparency of production; traceability and eco-labels; standard contracts; communication and promotional campaigns

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

 

Number of firms benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

Number of producers' organisations members benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

IV.4

Article 69

Processing of fishery and aquaculture products

Type of investment: energy saving or reducing impact on the environment; improve safety, hygiene, health, working conditions; processing catches not for human consumption; processing by-products; processing of organic aquaculture products; new or improved products, processes or management system

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Number of firms supported

2

Numerical

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

Chapter V: Compensation for additional costs in outermost regions for fishery and aquaculture products

V.1

Article 70

Compensation regime

Additional costs compensated

1

Numerical

No

Number of firms benefiting from the operation

2

Numerical

Number of employees benefiting from the operation

3

Numerical

Chapter VI: Accompanying measures for the common fisheries policy under shared management

VI.1

Article 76

Control and enforcement

Type of operation: purchase, installation and development of technology; development, purchase and installation of the components to ensure data transmission; development, purchase and installation of the components necessary to ensure traceability; implementation of programmes for exchanging and analysing data; modernisation and purchase of patrol vessels, aircraft and helicopters; purchase of other control means; development of innovative control and monitoring systems and pilot projects; training and exchange programmes; cost/benefit analyses and assessments of audits; seminars and media tools; operational costs; implementation of an action plan

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

Yes if investments on board

Type of beneficiary

2

See code in Table 4, numerical

VI.2

Article 77

Data collection

Type of beneficiary

1

See code in Table 4, numerical

No

Chapter VII: Technical Assistance at the initiative of the Member State

VII.1

Article 78

Technical Assistance at the initiative of the Member State

Type of operation: implementation of the operational programme; IT systems; improving administrative capacity; communication activities; evaluation; studies; control and audit, network of FLAGs; other

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Chapter VIII: Fostering the implementation of the Integrated Maritime Policy

VIII.1

Article 80(1)(a)

Integrating Maritime Surveillance

Type of operation: contributing to IMS; contributing to CISE

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Type of beneficiary

2

See code in Table 4, numerical

VIII.2

Article 80(1)(b)

Promotion of the protection of marine environment, and the sustainable use of marine and coastal resources

Type of operation: MPA; Natura 2000

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Surface of MPA covered (km2) (if relevant)

2

Numerical

Surface of Natura 2000 covered (km2) (if relevant)

3

Numerical

Type of beneficiary

4

See code in Table 4, numerical

VIII.3

Article 80(1)(c)

Improving the knowledge on the state of the marine environment

Type of operation: establishment of monitoring programme; establishment of measures for MSFD

1

See code in Table 3, numerical

No

Type of beneficiary

2

See code in Table 4, numerical


Table 2 — type of fisheries

Code

Description

1

Sea

2

Inland fisheries

3

Both


Table 3 — types of operation

Code

Description

Linked to measure(s) code

1

Products and equipment

I.1

2

Process and techniques

I.1

3

Management and organisation system

I.1

4

Feasibility studies and advisory services

I.2

5

Professional advice

I.2

6

Business strategies

I.2

7

Networks

I.3

8

Partnership agreement or association

I.3

9

Data collection and management

I.3

10

Studies

I.3

11

Pilot projects

I.3

12

Dissemination

I.3

13

Seminars

I.3

14

Best practices

I.3

15

Training and learning

I.4, I.5

16

Networking

I.4

17

Social dialogue

I.4

18

Investments on board

I.6

19

Angling tourism

I.6

20

Restaurants

I.6

21

Environmental services

I.6

22

Educational activities

I.6

23

Investment on board

I.8

24

Individual equipment

I.8

25

Adverse climatic event

I.12

26

Environmental incident

I.12

27

Rescue costs

I.12

28

Design

I.13, I.14

29

Development

I.13, I.14

30

Monitoring

I.13, I.14

31

Evaluation

I.13

32

Management

I.13

33

Stakeholder participation

I.14

34

Direct restocking

I.14

35

Selectivity of gear

I.15

36

Reduce discards or deal with unwanted catches

I.15

37

Eliminating impacts on ecosystem and sea bed

I.15

38

Protecting gears and catches from mammals and birds

I.15

39

Fish aggregating device in outermost regions

I.15

40

Developing new technical or organisational knowledge reducing impacts

I.16

41

Introducing new technical or organisational knowledge reducing impacts

I.16

42

Developing new technical or organisational knowledge achieving sustainable use

I.16

43

Introducing new technical or organisational knowledge achieving sustainable use

I.16

44

Investment in facilities

I.18

45

Management of resources

I.18

46

Management plans for Natura 2000 and SPA

I.18

47

Management of Natura 2000

I.18

48

Management of MPAs

I.18

49

Increasing awareness

I.18

50

Other actions enhancing biodiversity

I.18

51

Equipment on board

I.20

52

Fishing gear

I.20

53

Energy efficiency audits and schemes

I.20

54

Studies

I.20

55

Replacement of engine

I.21

56

Modernisation

I.21

57

Investments that add value to products

I.22

58

Investments on board that improve the quality of the fishery products

I.22

59

Quality

I.23

60

Control and traceability

I.23

61

Energy efficiency

I.23

62

Environmental protection

I.23

63

Safety & working condition

I.23

64

Knowledge development

II.1

65

Introduction of new species

II.1

66

Feasibility studies

II.1

67

Productive

II.2

68

Diversification

II.2

69

Modernisation

II.2

70

Animal health

II.2

71

Quality of products

II.2

72

Restoration

II.2

73

Complementary activities

II.2

74

Environmental and resources

II.3

75

Water usage and quality

II.3

76

Closed systems

II.3

77

Energy efficiency

II.4

78

Renewable energy

II.4

79

Setting up management

II.5

80

Purchase of farm advisory services

II.5

81

Relief and advisory services (focus on compliance with environmental legislation)

II.5

82

Relief and advisory services (focus on environmental impact assessment)

II.5

83

Relief and advisory services (focus on compliance with animal welfare, health & safety, and public health legislations)

II.5

84

Relief and advisory services (focus on marketing & business strategies)

II.5

85

Professional training

II.6

86

Lifelong learning

II.6

87

Dissemination

II.6

88

New professional skills

II.6

89

Improvement of working conditions and promotion of occupational safety

II.6

90

Networking and exchange of experience

II.6

91

Identification of areas

II.7

92

Improvement of support facilities and infrastructures

II.7

93

Preventing serious damage

II.7

94

Actions following the detection of increased mortalities or diseases

II.7

95

Conversion to organic aquaculture

II.9

96

Participation in EMAS

II.9

97

Aquaculture in Natura 2000 areas

II.10

98

Ex-situ conservation and reproduction

II.10

99

Aquaculture operations including conservation and improvement of environment and biodiversity

II.10

100

Control and eradication of diseases

II.12

101

Best practices and codes of conduct

II.12

102

Reduction of dependence on veterinary medicines

II.12

103

Veterinary or pharmaceutical studies and good practices

II.12

104

Health protection groups

II.12

105

Compensation to mollusc farmers

II.12

106

Adding value

III.3

107

Diversification

III.3

108

Environment

III.3

109

Socio-cultural

III.3

110

Governance

III.3

111

Running costs and animation

III.3

112

Preparatory support

III.4

113

Projects within the same MS

III.4

114

Projects with other MS

III.4

115

Projects with partners outside the EU

III.4

116

Create producers' organisations, association or inter-branch organisations

IV.3

117

Find new markets and improve marketing conditions (focus on species with marketing potential)

IV.3

118

Find new markets and improve marketing conditions (focus on unwanted catches)

IV.3

119

Find new markets and improve marketing conditions (focus on products with low impact or organic products)

IV.3

120

Promoting quality and value-added (focus on certification and promotion sustainable products)

IV.3

121

Promoting quality and value-added (focus on quality schemes)

IV.3

122

Promoting quality and value-added (focus on direct marketing)

IV.3

123

Promoting quality and value-added (focus on packaging)

IV.3

124

Transparency of production

IV.3

125

Traceability and eco-labels

IV.3

126

Standard contracts

IV.3

127

Communication and promotional campaigns

IV.3

128

Energy saving or reducing impact on the environment

IV.4

129

Improve safety, hygiene, health, working conditions

IV.4

130

Processing catches not for human consumption

IV.4

131

Processing by-products

IV.4

132

Processing of organic aquaculture products

IV.4

133

New or improved products, processes or management system

IV.4

134

Purchase, installation and development of technology

VI.1

135

Development, purchase and installation of the components to ensure data transmission

VI.1

136

Development, purchase and installation of the components necessary to ensure traceability

VI.1

137

Implementation of programmes for exchanging and analysing data

VI.1

138

Modernisation and purchase of patrol vessels, aircrafts and helicopters

VI.1

139

Purchase of other control means

VI.1

140

Development of innovative control and monitoring systems and pilot projects

VI.1

141

Training and exchange programmes

VI.1

142

Cost/benefit analyses and assessments of audits

VI.1

143

Seminars and media tools

VI.1

144

Operational costs

VI.1

145

Implementation of an action plan

VI.1

146

Implementation of the operational programme

VII.1

147

IT systems

VII.1

148

Improving administrative capacity

VII.1

149

Communication activities

VII.1

150

Evaluation

VII.1

151

Studies

VII.1

152

Control and audit

VII.1

153

Network of FLAGs

VII.1

154

Other

VII.1

155

Contributing to IMS

VIII.1

156

Contributing to CISE

VIII.1

157

MPA

VIII.2

158

Natura 2000

VIII.2

159

Establishment of monitoring programme

VIII.3

160

Establishment of measures for MSFD

VIII.3


Table 4 — types of beneficiary

Code

Description

1

Public authority

2

Legal person

3

Natural person

4

Organisation of fishermen

5

Producers' organisations

6

NGO

7

Research centre/University

8

Mixed


Table 5 — Categories of investment

Code

Description

Linked to measure(s) code

1

Fishing ports

I.23, I.24

2

Landing sites

I.23, I.24

3

Auction halls

I.23, I.24

4

Shelters

I.23, I.24


(1)  Information to be provided only when the FLAG is selected


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