A consultation has been launched on a potential replacement to a £780 million European funding programme, if Brexit goes ahead.
The current funding programme has invested in key areas such as modern apprenticeship schemes and the Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme.
The UK Government has committed to rolling out a successor programme to the Structural Funds called the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. However there is as yet no detail on how this fund will operate.
The Replacement of European Structural Funds post EU-Exit consultation seeks to gather views from across Scotland on the design of replacements funds. The consultation is open from now until 12 February 2020.