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Priority 3 - Support for rural tourism


The tourism business start-ups and business development projects that are likely to attract funding will be those developing high-quality visitor products and services that link tourism providers, extend the tourism season and encourage visitors to stay.  

  

State aid rules

De minimis state aid regulations mean that a maximum of €200,000 (currently around £145,000) of Public Funds is available to any one applicant in any rolling period of three financial years. If an applicant has had other public funding this may count towards the de minimis aid amount and reduce the amount of money they can apply for from LEADER. 

Please note: Basic Payment Scheme and Countryside Stewardship payments do NOT count towards the de minimis limit.  

State Aid - Detailed Guidance (external website) 


Guidance and eligibility

For further guidance and eligibility, please refer to the CWWW LEADER Applicant Handbook. You can download a copy of this document by using the link below:


CWWW LEADER applicant handbook (pdf 746kb opens in new window)

 

Walking in the Wolds
Walking in the Wolds