Skip to content

Welsh European Funding Office

Welsh European Funding Office

 Dr Grahame Guilford, Gaynor Richards MBE, Dr Hywel Ceri Jones and Jane hutt

2014-2020 programmes

EU investment of nearly £2 billion is available to Wales for 2014-2020, which will support economic growth and jobs through research and innovation,  business finance, ICT and Transport connectivity, energy, and helping people into work and training.

Organisations can discuss their EU project proposals with us by getting in touch (0845 010 3355) or by completing the online enquiry form.

A list of approved projects and ideas under development is now available.

Progress on 2007-2013 programmes

30 June 2015 : 290 projects approved, a total investment of £3.6bn (EU funds £1.9bn - 109% of total EU funds) across Wales.

EU projects have already helped over 197,300 people to gain qualifications and some 64,000 into work, and created some 30,900 (gross) jobs and some 10,500 enterprises.

Recent website updates

ESF Leavers Survey 2013

WEFO Online User Guidance

The Economic Prioritisation Framework - Version 3 

Related links

Between 2014–2020, Wales will benefit from nearly £2bn European Structural Funds investment.
This section includes a list of beneficiaries, the name of the operations and the allocation of public funds (both European and National)
WEFO has a Twitter channel so you can keep up to date with news and information on EU funded programmes.