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1 GMCVO 29th October ’13 European Funding for Greater Manchester

2 Voluntary and Community Sector Co-ordinator for the North West Information, Representation and Strategy  Supporting partnership working Funded by Technical Assistance from ESF and ERDF networkforeurope.eu Voluntary and Community Sector Co-ordinator for the North West Information, Representation and Strategy  Supporting partnership working Funded by Technical Assistance from ESF and ERDF networkforeurope.eu

3 Next Programme  Stronger role for Civil Society  Simplification  Localism - placed based  Regeneration  Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) staff  Social Business Initiative, SGEI and Procurement (Social Value)  Financial Instruments  Social Innovation  Community-Led Local Development  Inclusion - gender and race, excluded groups, health  Stronger role for Civil Society  Simplification  Localism - placed based  Regeneration  Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) staff  Social Business Initiative, SGEI and Procurement (Social Value)  Financial Instruments  Social Innovation  Community-Led Local Development  Inclusion - gender and race, excluded groups, health

4 Decision levels  European Commission  Regulations  Finance  Partnership Principles  Member State  Partnership  Operational Programmes  LEP lead Local Partners  Working together  Delivering change  European Commission  Regulations  Finance  Partnership Principles  Member State  Partnership  Operational Programmes  LEP lead Local Partners  Working together  Delivering change

5  Economic  Social  and Territorial  Cohesion  Economic  Social  and Territorial  Cohesion

6 Europe 2020  Smart  Sustainable  Inclusive  Smart  Sustainable  Inclusive

7 Eleven Themes  Innovation  ICT  SME competitiveness  Low Carbon  Climate Change  Environment and Resource Efficiency  Sustainable Transport  Employment  Social Inclusion  Skills  (Institutional Capacity)  Innovation  ICT  SME competitiveness  Low Carbon  Climate Change  Environment and Resource Efficiency  Sustainable Transport  Employment  Social Inclusion  Skills  (Institutional Capacity)

8 People millions % Funds% EIE%ESF% EU Less developed Transition More developed EIE Energy efficiency & renewable energy, research & innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

9 ERDF minimum amounts  At least 60% (Transition) or 80% (More Developed) on -  Innovation  ICT  SME  Low Carbon  At least 15% (Transition) or 20% (More Developed) on  Low Carbon  At least 60% (Transition) or 80% (More Developed) on -  Innovation  ICT  SME  Low Carbon  At least 15% (Transition) or 20% (More Developed) on  Low Carbon

10 European Social Fund  Minimum 40% in Transition regions, 52% in developed  Minimum 20% for social inclusion  Greater emphasis on Youth Unemployment  Better involvement of social partners, local authorities, NGOs  Simplification, improve accessibility of funding specially for small beneficiaries  More lump sums & standard costs, lighter admin  Minimum 40% in Transition regions, 52% in developed  Minimum 20% for social inclusion  Greater emphasis on Youth Unemployment  Better involvement of social partners, local authorities, NGOs  Simplification, improve accessibility of funding specially for small beneficiaries  More lump sums & standard costs, lighter admin

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12 Community-led Local Development  Integrated and multi-sectoral area-based local development strategies  Designed taking into consideration local needs and potential  Can be ESF and ERDF together  Can be 10% higher intervention rate (ie max 60%)  Description of the process of community involvement in the development of the strategy  Local Action Groups  Build Capacity of local actors  Transparent Selection  Monitor and Evaluate  Integrated and multi-sectoral area-based local development strategies  Designed taking into consideration local needs and potential  Can be ESF and ERDF together  Can be 10% higher intervention rate (ie max 60%)  Description of the process of community involvement in the development of the strategy  Local Action Groups  Build Capacity of local actors  Transparent Selection  Monitor and Evaluate

13 Social Innovation  Identify a problem - not tackled by market forces  eg demographic change, care industries  Identify and test out solutions  Scale up - Mainstream the solutions  May be taken up by the other two Sectors (public and private)  Examples  Schools  Hospitals  Fire Brigades  Building Societies  Insurance companies  Identify a problem - not tackled by market forces  eg demographic change, care industries  Identify and test out solutions  Scale up - Mainstream the solutions  May be taken up by the other two Sectors (public and private)  Examples  Schools  Hospitals  Fire Brigades  Building Societies  Insurance companies

14 European Funding ESF & ERDF  Current Programme  ESF National  ERDF regional  Next Programme  Single English Pot (hides the wiring)  Maximum devolution to LEP level  but LEPs can link to each other  Key Themes  Current Programme  ESF National  ERDF regional  Next Programme  Single English Pot (hides the wiring)  Maximum devolution to LEP level  but LEPs can link to each other  Key Themes

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16 England timetable so far  BIS (Business, Innovation and Skills) leading  Then DWP (ESF) and DCLG (ERDF)  3.5 people seconded (1 HE, 1.5 LA, 1 VCS)  Sandra Turner, NCVO. SImon Nokes pt Manchester  BIS Roadshows November and December 2012  BIS Letter to LEPs 7th Feb 13  BIS Initial Guidance to LEPs 17th April  Indicative Allocation to LEPS 27 June  BIS Supplementary Guidance to LEPs 19 July  Deadline for LEP Strategies 7 Oct  BIS (Business, Innovation and Skills) leading  Then DWP (ESF) and DCLG (ERDF)  3.5 people seconded (1 HE, 1.5 LA, 1 VCS)  Sandra Turner, NCVO. SImon Nokes pt Manchester  BIS Roadshows November and December 2012  BIS Letter to LEPs 7th Feb 13  BIS Initial Guidance to LEPs 17th April  Indicative Allocation to LEPS 27 June  BIS Supplementary Guidance to LEPs 19 July  Deadline for LEP Strategies 7 Oct

17 England timetable next steps  7 Oct deadline for LEPs draft Strategies  8-16 Oct BIS analyses strategies  Themes, Eligibility, Outputs and Results, Mng Agent, Local  6 Nov Shadow Growth Board Meets, endorses responses  7th - local growth team feeds back to each LEP  Nov-Dec LEPs revise and refine proposals  Jan ‘14 - Final LEP Strategies to BIS  UK Government submit England proposals to European Commission  Negotiations with Commission, revisions to LEP plans  Programmes start - later in 2014  7 Oct deadline for LEPs draft Strategies  8-16 Oct BIS analyses strategies  Themes, Eligibility, Outputs and Results, Mng Agent, Local  6 Nov Shadow Growth Board Meets, endorses responses  7th - local growth team feeds back to each LEP  Nov-Dec LEPs revise and refine proposals  Jan ‘14 - Final LEP Strategies to BIS  UK Government submit England proposals to European Commission  Negotiations with Commission, revisions to LEP plans  Programmes start - later in 2014

18 NW Finance (27 June) Area£m €m allocation GD P € p head Cheshire G Manchester Cumbria Tr Lancashire Tr Liverpool Tr £million at 0.86/1.16

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20 BIS Guidance to LEPs July  Supplementary Guidance  Annexes -  Match  Opt In  Financial Instruments  Community led Local Development  Social Innovation  Background Analysis  Ten Themes  Opt In Prospectuses  6 Organisations [2 added later, perhaps more...]  Supplementary Guidance  Annexes -  Match  Opt In  Financial Instruments  Community led Local Development  Social Innovation  Background Analysis  Ten Themes  Opt In Prospectuses  6 Organisations [2 added later, perhaps more...]

21 Local building blocks  Combined Authority, City Deal  Whole Place Community Budget Pilot  Evergreen Fund (Jessica)  NW Fund (Jeremie)  G Manchester Transport Fund  Low Carbon Hub, Media City, Airport City EZ, Graphene  Greater Manchester Strategy (updated)  Twin pillars - growth and reform  Combined Authority, City Deal  Whole Place Community Budget Pilot  Evergreen Fund (Jessica)  NW Fund (Jeremie)  G Manchester Transport Fund  Low Carbon Hub, Media City, Airport City EZ, Graphene  Greater Manchester Strategy (updated)  Twin pillars - growth and reform

22 Facing the future  Good economy - many positives - but worklessness, low skills  Reposition Manchester within global markets  Align skills base with new jobs  Reduce demand for public services - support residents  Address economic inactivity - hand in hand with growth  Understand the fundamental shift in the market  changing business models  social entrepreneurs  Essential - successful transition to low carbon economy  Good economy - many positives - but worklessness, low skills  Reposition Manchester within global markets  Align skills base with new jobs  Reduce demand for public services - support residents  Address economic inactivity - hand in hand with growth  Understand the fundamental shift in the market  changing business models  social entrepreneurs  Essential - successful transition to low carbon economy

23 Next EU funding for Gtr Manchester  Substantial resources to Financial Instruments (loans)  Innovation  Strong local control  Increased role for the Third Sector  Move to a Low Carbon Economy  Substantial resources to Financial Instruments (loans)  Innovation  Strong local control  Increased role for the Third Sector  Move to a Low Carbon Economy

24 Six Strands  Competitive Places  Science, Innovation and Knowledge Economy  Competitive Business  Low Carbon  Skills, Employment and Inclusion  Supporting Reform  Competitive Places  Science, Innovation and Knowledge Economy  Competitive Business  Low Carbon  Skills, Employment and Inclusion  Supporting Reform

25 Competitive Places  Evergreen Fund (Jessica - Financial Instrument)  Sites and Premises  Town Centres - increase long term sustainability  Invest in critical infrastructure and resilience  Evergreen Fund (Jessica - Financial Instrument)  Sites and Premises  Town Centres - increase long term sustainability  Invest in critical infrastructure and resilience

26 Science, Innovation & Knowledge Economy  Support assets  Grow private sector links  Tackle societal challenges  Skills  Societal challenges  future cities  smart cities  health  social innovation  Support assets  Grow private sector links  Tackle societal challenges  Skills  Societal challenges  future cities  smart cities  health  social innovation

27 Competitive Business  Starting and growing SMEs  Internationalisation  Access to finance  Technology developments  Leadership, management & mentoring skills  Business Growth Hubs  Business incubators  Support physical and economic regeneration of deprived communities  SMEs and Social Enterprises  Starting and growing SMEs  Internationalisation  Access to finance  Technology developments  Leadership, management & mentoring skills  Business Growth Hubs  Business incubators  Support physical and economic regeneration of deprived communities  SMEs and Social Enterprises

28 Low Carbon  Investment vehicle (Financial Instrument)  Infrastructure including energy and waste  Whole building energy efficiency/generation  Grow SMEs in the sector  All SMEs increase energy/resource efficiency  Skills  Tackle this gross market failure  Investment vehicle (Financial Instrument)  Infrastructure including energy and waste  Whole building energy efficiency/generation  Grow SMEs in the sector  All SMEs increase energy/resource efficiency  Skills  Tackle this gross market failure

29 Skills, Employment & Inclusion  Young People  Long term unemployed, inactive  Employer led workforce development  Support providers  widen participation from local disadvantaged communities  increase role of third sector providers  Aid development of innovative funding models to support communities and social entrepreneurs  Manchester Third Sector significant delivery role  Social Innovation Driver  Young People  Long term unemployed, inactive  Employer led workforce development  Support providers  widen participation from local disadvantaged communities  increase role of third sector providers  Aid development of innovative funding models to support communities and social entrepreneurs  Manchester Third Sector significant delivery role  Social Innovation Driver

30 Supporting Reform  Employment and skills offer - builds on Public Service Reform  Additional support - to those affected by Universal Credit and Welfare Reform  Additional support for those with health related barriers (in and out of work)  Tackle barriers to work holistically  journey to economic independence  Redesign public services, collaboratively invest  Cashable recyclable savings  Supportive pathway for parents, support victims domestic abuse  Employment and skills offer - builds on Public Service Reform  Additional support - to those affected by Universal Credit and Welfare Reform  Additional support for those with health related barriers (in and out of work)  Tackle barriers to work holistically  journey to economic independence  Redesign public services, collaboratively invest  Cashable recyclable savings  Supportive pathway for parents, support victims domestic abuse

31 Social Innovation Driver  ERDF & ESF - drive Social Innovation, and develop Social Enterprises  Capacity Building within communities  more independent and sustainable third sector  Local Impact Fund and associated support  Extension of Community Grants  But  this is instead of Community-Led Local Development  LIF is very small (too small to include in the budget)  ERDF & ESF - drive Social Innovation, and develop Social Enterprises  Capacity Building within communities  more independent and sustainable third sector  Local Impact Fund and associated support  Extension of Community Grants  But  this is instead of Community-Led Local Development  LIF is very small (too small to include in the budget)

32 Next Steps  Response from BIS after 6th November  Consultations in November and December  Work up the details  Good practice  Costings and detailed working  Negotiate Opt Ins, local control, and match  Governance  Response from BIS after 6th November  Consultations in November and December  Work up the details  Good practice  Costings and detailed working  Negotiate Opt Ins, local control, and match  Governance

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