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1 CESI London Skills & Employment Convention 29 th May 2012 After the riots, what’s next?

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3 60 households badly damaged, 39 households destroyed 200 businesses (57%) on High Road damaged Over 95% of businesses reported loss of trade as a result of the disturbances – estimated daily loss £600 - £2k On average – 50% fall in trade, % fall by end of August Lack of confidence from businesses & residents The Impact…

4 The Response…

5 Building back better: Transforming Tottenham Improved retail offer in the High Rd Create a cultural quarter at Tottenham Green and Seven Sisters North Tottenham new leisure led destination Tottenham Hale:£35m investment in gyratory and new bus station

6 Haringey – a borough of contrasts 17,440 people claiming out of work benefits – the highest in London 2,410 young people aged under 25 claiming out of work benefits No qualifications – 18%; London – 10% Employment rate – 71%; London – 68% Median earnings - £ per week; London - £ per week High qualifications – 56%; London – 42% Wealth in the west… Deprivation in the east…

7 Previous approach Haringey Guarantee Families into Work North London Pledge Future Jobs Fund 5,413 people engaged 1,066 people completing work placements 1,157 people achieving qualifications 1,351 people supported into employment

8 New approach – Jobs For Haringey Provision to support at least 800 people into sustained employment Strong focus on young people Geographically focussed on Tottenham and other deprived wards Job creation a key element

9 Haringey Jobs Fund Up to £4,000 subsidy to create a job, lasting up to one year Each job paid at upper NMW rate (currently (£6.09 ph) with encouragement to pay LLW Free recruitment support from Jobs For Haringey providers In work support for up to 12 months Accredited training support, up to NVQ level 3, for each job created, provided by the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London and the Haringey Adult Learning Service

10 Timetable & Funding 3 year programme with first jobs expected to be created in July 2012 Funding package –Haringey Council£2.6m –GLA£1.5m –ESF£0.5m –Total £4.6m

11 Further information Martin Tucker Economic Development Manager T – E – Ambrose Quashie Economic Development Officer T – E –


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