The Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) is one of six North South Bodies established on 8 March 1999 as a consequence of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement – an agreement between the Government of Ireland and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The SEUPB has the statutory remit for managing EU funding programmes within Northern Ireland and the six border counties of Ireland. We have managed many iterations of the PEACE and INTERREG Programmes, as well as supporting the delivery of numerous Transnational Programmes. 

The new PEACEPLUS Programme will continue to provide vital investment to Northern Ireland and the cross-border region. This investment will protect and preserve the hard-won peace and provide opportunities for building prosperity in the years ahead. 

  • What is the SEUPB?

    The Special EU Programmes Body is responsible for managing EU funding under the PEACEPLUS, PEACE IV and INTERREG VA cross-border programme to help build peace and prosperity.
  • Corporate Documents

    Public Documents. Download details of the latest SEUPB Corporate Plans, Business Plans, Annual Reports and Accounts.
  • Our Team

    SEUPB have three offices in Belfast, Omagh and Monaghan. Comprised of three main directorates – Corporate Services, Managing Authority and Joint Secretariat.
  • Current Vacancies

    Find out more about the current job opportunities in the SEUPB. Select the relevant post and complete your application online as instructed.

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