On this page we inform you about the structure of the Local Action Group.
The Local Action Group (LAG) is made up of the Board of Directors - as a decision-making body - the General Assembly - as a strategically accompanying role - and the regional management - as the office.
Together we implement the goals of the Local Development Strategy (LILE) of the LEADER Region Rheinhessen.
Our guideline for action is the Local Development Strategy (LILE). In this strategy, the goals for the appropriate fields of action for our motto "Future region Rheinhessen authentic - enjoyable - sustainable" are recorded.
The board of directors
The board of directors is the decision-making body of our LAG. It consists of 22 voting board members. These are made up of public partners, economic and social partners and people from civil society. The board members represent the interests of different groups of people in the LEADER area.
The LAG will be chaired by District Administrator Heiko Sippel from the Alzey-Worms district. The deputy is the legal representative of the Mainz-Bingen district.
The general meeting
The general assembly meets at least once a year. It currently has 47 member institutions from the public and private sectors and serves as a control function for the board of directors. The core tasks of the general assembly are: the decision-making of the strategy of the LILE implementation, as well as its implementation and the acquisition of further actors for the individual project groups.
The regional management
The regional management runs the office of the LAG and looks after the project development and implementation. It is the interface between the regional acute and the LAG Rheinhessen and guarantees the flow of information in both directions. It therefore primarily performs the following tasks in coordination with the LAG board:
We are your first point of contact if you have any questions about LEADER.
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LEADER region Rheinhessen
With the LEADER funding program of the European Union, projects by private and public developers have been successfully implemented in Rheinhessen since 2007, which contribute to rural regional development.
The Local Action Group (LAG) Rheinhessen will again apply for funding as a LEADER region for the new EU funding period 2021-2027. She is interested in entering into cooperation with other LEADER regions in order to establish a long-term exchange of experience and knowledge. On the basis of a framework cooperation agreement or, in a first step, a letter of intent, it is also conceivable to develop and implement projects together in the new funding period.
The local action group Rheinhessen
The Local Action Group (LAG) consists of the board, the general assembly and the regional management.
The board of directors is the decision-making body of the LAG. It consists of 22 voting board members. These are made up of public partners, economic and social partners and people from civil society. The general assembly currently has 47 member institutions from the public and private sector and takes on a strategic accompanying role in the implementation of the regional development strategy. The regional management runs the business of the LAG and advises and supports applicants with ...