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1 Investment Strategy for Northern Ireland David Gavaghan, Strategic Investment Board Limited

2 Third Infrastructure Conference Gross Capital Investment – to 2003/04

3 Third Infrastructure Conference Gross Capital Investment – to 2007/08

4 Third Infrastructure Conference Gross Capital Investment – to 2012/13

5 Third Infrastructure Conference 8 th successive year of increased investment Major projects underway include: -Roads Package 1 £132m and ahead of schedule ­Project Alpha £110m and ahead of schedule ­Project Omega £122m and ahead of schedule ­Roads Package 2 £316m and on schedule

6 Additional Achievements Executive’s ISNI published last week ISNI firmly embedded in government process Brand identity for investment Review of public sector assets (CRT) with potential to realise –£500m in 5 years –£950m in 10 years Establishing best practice –Promoting social considerations –Embedding sustainability issues Connecting with communities –The Prince’s Trust/BITC/ Local partnerships Building capacity –PDSU in education, waste & water reform

7 Executive’s Priorities Programme for Government Investment Strategy Budget

8 Programme for Government

9 The shape of investment programme ISNI 1 - £14.4bn ISNI 2 - £19.3bn Step change – ambition, scale and nature

10 Planned Investment

11 Where we are now Positive bidding environment Pricing competitive and market keen BUT credit markets changed – flight to quality Learning about Competitive Dialogue Equality and sustainability embedded in public sector procurement Executive will focus on VFM Entrepreneurial spirit critical to NI’s transformation Demographic trends emerging as the central issue

12 Demographics Population pyramid for Northern Ireland 2006

13 Demographics Population pyramid for Northern Ireland 2031

14 Networks 2009 M1/ Westlink/ M2 Upgrades 2009 Communications Link 2010 A4 Dualling /A1 Dualling 2011 Rapid Transit 2015 A5/A8 with RoI contribution Roads3,095 Public Transport725 Gateways6 Telecoms35 Energy174 NETWORKS4,035

15 Skills Major works at 100+ schools 2008Financial Close of BELB 2010 Belfast Metropolitan Campus open 2015 Belfast Central Library Schools & Youth Services3,510 FE & HE507 Libraries139 SKILLS4,156

16 Health 2009 Downpatrick enhanced Hospital 2010 Gransha Mental Health Crisis Centre 2010 Ulster Hospital 1 st phase complete new Health & Care Centres 2012 South West Acute Hospital complete 2013 Omagh Hospital complete Primary Care862 Public Safety & Technology572 Hospitals Modernisation2,225 HEALTH3,659

17 2011 NE Quarter Belfast retail led regeneration 2012 NI’s first 50m swimming pool ,000 Social & affordable homes 2011 Substantial regeneration of strategic sites Social Regeneration630 Housing1,817 Welfare Reform71 Culture, Arts, Sport519 SOCIAL3,037

18 Environment 2009 Completion of Alpha -freshwater 2010Completion of Belfast Sewers Project 2010 Completion of Omega - wastewater 2011 Waste Management Infrastructure Water & Waste Water2.535 Waste Management436 Flood Risk Management82 Environment65 ENVIRONMENT3,118

19 Productive 2009 Completion of Workplace 2010 Contract 2009 Nitrates Directive – Farm Waste Scheme acres of land for Invest NI clients Complete tourism signature projects Enterprise & Innovation670 Tourism91 Rural & Primary Industries412 Public Sector Reform149 PRODUCTIVE1,322

20 Social and Environmental Outcomes Social and environmental considerations embedded in procurement Developing sustainable skills through employment plans Reducing the carbon footprint and showcasing sustainable development principles and green design – e.g. in new schools for the future Conducting EQIA at high level – applied by depts in planning delivery phases

21 Balanced Regional Development Providing the platform for wider developments: Major roads upgrade in South West and North West increasing accessibility to Belfast & Dublin and reducing peripherality Telecoms upgrades in NW – improving the economic competitiveness New hospitals in the South West Major urban renewal in Derry/Londonderry

22 A1 Newry to Dundalk City of Derry Airport Connecting the island Electricity Market

23 Summary & Next Steps The Executive working together- PfG Agreed Budget and ISNI Ramping up investment – unprecedented quantum Clear pipeline of projects Focus on getting best “bang to the buck” Investment delivery plans by 31 st March Spring conference Small island competing in a Global marketplace Infrastructure a key deliverable for the Executive

24 Building a better future.


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