Compliance with EU environmental directives and national laws shall be ensured. Given the scale, location and nature of the sub-projects – demolition, modernising, rehabilitation of social housing and associated social and urban infrastructure, rehabilitation of historical buildings in built-up urban areas and small-scale new construction bringing back into use Brownfield sites – it is unlikely that an EIA would be required in most cases.
Compliance with the EU procurement directives and national laws shall be ensured.
Before financing approval by the Board of Directors, and before loan signature, projects are under appraisal and negotiation. The data provided on this page is therefore indicative and cannot be considered to represent official EIB policy (see also the Explanatory notes).
The EIB is committed to open communication and encourages constructive stakeholder input regarding its activities. Enquiries and comments concerning the EIB’s involvement in a project or the financing facilities, activities, organisation and objectives of the EIB, can be sent to the EIB Infodesk.
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