Council for Regional Development is the deliberative body that coordinates the entire regional development process within the Northwest Development Region.
ROL & STRUCTURĂ
The Council for Regional Development is composed of the presidencies of the county councils of the 6 counties in the region and one representative of the local municipal, city and communal councils, appointed from each county, for the duration of the mandate.
The Council for Regional Development has a president and a vice president. These functions are fulfilled, by rotation, for a term of one year each.
The Council for Regional Development adopts its own operating regulation, based on the framework regulation developed by the Government of Romania.
The Council for Regional Development of the Northwest Development Region has the following main attributions:
- Analyzes and decides the regional development strategy and programs;
- Approve regional development projects;
- Present to the National Council for Regional Development proposals regarding the establishment of the Regional Development Fund;
- Approve the criteria, priorities, allocation and destinations of the resources of the Regional Development Fund;
- Monitors the use of the funds allocated to ADR North-West from the National Fund for Regional Development;
- It follows the observance of regional objectives.
In exercising its powers, the Council for Regional Development adopts decisions.
Following the 2016 elections, the Council will be constituted during the year.