Presentation on theme: "Creating a sporting habit for life Creating sporting opportunities in every community1 Who are we? What do we do? The English Sports Council. Delivery."— Presentation transcript:
Creating a sporting habit for life Creating sporting opportunities in every community1 Who are we? What do we do? The English Sports Council. Delivery of a mass participation legacy from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Focussed on getting one million people playing more sport Invest National Lottery and Exchequer funding into organisations and projects that will grow and sustain participation in grassroots sport and create opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport Expertise in sports development Facilities development and guidance. Statutory Consultee on applications which affect playing fields
Creating a sporting habit for life Creating a sporting habit for life Sport England Youth and Community Strategy January 2012
Creating a sporting habit for life Local Investment Over £250m Schools & School Games Up to £150 million (Including Education,& Health funding) Governance Five Year Investment 2012/ /17 Access CSPs: Coaching (Sportivate) Volunteering (Sport Makers, Club leaders ) Disability Transition to Clubs Rewards WSPs start at age 14 Focus on for relevant sports Mandatory growth targets Payment by results Enhanced governance Talent development Mid-range/ Improvement e.g. pools/artificial pitches New capital Health pilot Market development Iconic Inspired Playing fields Supported by CSP Club Link Makers* * £7.5m for CSP Club Link Makers has been included within the local investment budget. Whole Sport Plans (NGBs) over £450 million Facilities Up to £250 million Community Sport Pot Door Step Clubs & Get On Track Higher Education Further Education
Creating a sporting habit for life Central Area Central East - East Region Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire Central West – West Midlands, Derbys, Notts, Leics. Hub Office – Loughborough Sports Park An introduction to the local outreach team
Creating a sporting habit for life Local Outreach Team Strategic Leads Anne Rippon (West), Adam Rigarlsford (East), Local Government Relationship Managers Ed Sandham (East), Russell Turner ( West) Community Sport Relationship Managers Ilana Freestone (East Mids), Adam Blaze (East/West) Sandra Hampton (West), Mark Ormerod (East) Facility and Planning Relationship Managers Nick Boulter (East), Ian Silvera (West Mids & National Lead) Planning Managers Steve Beard - Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland Maggie Taylor– Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Derbyshire Bob Sharples – Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull John Berry – Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Black Country, Telford and Wrekin, Shropshire Roy Warren (Beds, Herts, Essex), Phil Raiswell (Suffolk, Cambs, Norfolk). Tony Aitchison (Lincolnshire) In addition National Planning Team
Creating a sporting habit for life London 2012 mass participation legacy plan
Creating a sporting habit for life Creating sporting opportunities in every community7 Places People Play Places People Play will bring the sporting legacy to life in communities across the country, answering London 2012s Singapore promise to inspire a new generation to play sport The £135 million initiative will be delivered by Sport England, in partnership with the British Olympic Association (BOA) and the British Paralympic Association (BPA) with the backing of The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) and the London 2012 Inspire mark It will bring the inspiration and magic of a home Olympic and Paralympic Games into the heart of local communities, encouraging more people to get involved in sport. Creating sporting opportunities in every community7
Creating a sporting habit for life 8 Creating sporting opportunities in every community Sport Englands role in the planning system Protection of playing fields (statutory) Non-statutory role – aim to secure investment into sport Influencing National Planning Policy. Strategic Planning – enabling/supporting Local Authorities and other partners (eg NGBs) to plan for sport Local Development Framework - Local Policy Sport England planning tools/kitbag – promotion Getting more people participating in sport
Creating a sporting habit for life 9 Creating sporting opportunities in every community Planning Applications Statutory consultations – Applications for development affecting playing fields; Non-statutory consultations – mainly new sports facilities (not on playing field sites), major residential developments and loss of playing fields (where not used for more than 5 years) Pre-application advice requests from local authorities and developers.
Creating a sporting habit for life 10 Creating sporting opportunities in every community Statutory consultations Playing fields policy A Sporting Future for the Playing Fields of England (1997) ; National Planning Policy Framework. The policy sets out that we will object to the loss of playing fields unless 1 of 5 exceptions are met; E1 – a surplus of playing pitches is demonstrated; E2 – ancillary facilities such as pavilions/parking that have no adverse affect on pitches E3 – areas that are incapable of forming playing pitches (or part of one) E4 – equivalent replacement playing field provision is made (Quality and Quantity) E5 – sports facilities which offer benefits to sport which outweigh impact on playing fields Call in – Procedure (referral) National Casework Unit.
Creating a sporting habit for life 11 Creating sporting opportunities in every community Local Development Frameworks Development plan documents that make up the Local Development Framework Core Strategies. Site Specific Allocations Supplementary Planning Documents Evidence Base – PPG 17 Open Space Sport & Recreation - Playing Pitch Strategies - Facilities Strategies.
Creating a sporting habit for life 12 Creating sporting opportunities in every community PPG 17, Playing Pitch Strategies/Planning Tools & Guidance National Planning Policy Framework PPG 17 Companion Guide –Open Space Sport and Recreation Studies – Local standards Active Places & Active Places Power Sports Facilities Calculator Facilities Planning Model Design Guidance Towards a Level Playing Field (PPS)
Creating a sporting habit for life Community Infrastructure Levy/S106 Community Infrastructure Levy Infrastructure is defined in Section 216(2) of the Planning Act and includes:- –roads and other transport facilities; –flood defences; –schools and other educational facilities; –medical facilities; –sporting and recreational facilities; and –open spaces.
Creating a sporting habit for life CIL/Section 106 Section 106 CIL Regulations do not replace the requirements of S106 planning obligations. It is envisaged that the two systems should work in tandem. Regulation 122(1) of the CIL Regulations now states that a planning obligation may only constitute a reason for granting planning permission for development if the obligation is – –Necessary to make the development acceptable in planning terms; –Directly related to the development; and –Fairly and reasonably related in scale and kind to the development
Creating a sporting habit for life Making a Planning Application – A Guide for Sports Clubs Published May 2009 Detailed step-by-step guidance for sports clubs considering submitting a planning application.
Creating a sporting habit for life Community Sport: In it for the Long Run Data and tools to support your policy and decision making Publication and resources for facilities development, planning Community Use of schools etc Available on our website:
Creating a sporting habit for life Community Sport: In it for the Long Run Improvements Regular s Local Sport Profiles updated Improved Market Segmentation web-site launched Active People Diagnostic updated Lower-super output modelling refreshed Community Asset Transfer website launched Developing the right sports hall joint SE / NGB publication Affordable community swimming pools joint SE and ASA publication
Creating a sporting habit for life
Creating a sporting habit for life Case Study 2 - Benefits