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  • Mix of rural and urban stock PM – offer 1,000 training placements and work with 600 local employers throughout North Staffs Corporate Strategy Key Themes Excellent Services Neighbourhood Impact Social Impact Maximising Impact
  • Blighted by unemployment and loss of traditional industries Lack of skills, benefit dependency – lack of opportunity Population Housing Economic Social Education Health Crime Environmental Identified need - an approach to neighbourhood working that delivers better outcomes for customers Identify needs and priorities at a much smaller geographic area and enable us to tailor services to meet local need The approach is about better deployment of our resources to provide better outcomes for customers & provide places where people want to live and can thrive in
  • 40 customers that have engaged with our service at our Job Clubs. I make it 28 at Crackley of which 11 have found employment and 12 at Poolfields of which 6 have found work. There have been other positive outcomes such as  3 volunteers currently working with Claire and 1 working with the Estates Team. Others have undertook Training and improved their education.

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  • Aspire HousingNeighbourhood Planning James BurtonRegeneration Co-ordinator Part of the Aspire Group
  • Overview• About the Aspire Group• Background – Why Neighbourhood Plans?• Identification of Pilot Areas• Development process• Delivery• Learning Part of the Aspire Group
  • Aspire Housing Part of the Aspire Group
  • Aspire Housing• LSVT transferred in 2000• Manage 9,000 homes in 4 LA areas• North Staffordshire Focus• Operated in Housing Market Pathfinder Renewal Area• Expansion of service delivery• 2009 - PM Training• 2010 - The Realise Foundation Part of the Aspire Group
  • Why Neighbourhood Plans?• More than just a housing provider• ‘What’s behind the door?’• Evidential Base• Neighbourhoods ranked according to sustainability Part of the Aspire Group
  • Identification of Neighbourhoods • Sustainability criteria • Asset management criteria • Issues of Positive Image • Customer Satisfaction • Anti-Social Behaviour Part of the Aspire Group
  • Crackley• IMD - within the 10% most deprived neighbourhoods in England• Significant issues associated with low educational outcomes poor health and crime.• Highest proportion of families with dependents in the borough (40.7% compared to an average of 29.2%) Part of the Aspire Group
  • Poolfields• IMD 2010 - within the 20% most deprived neighbourhoods in England• In a group of least sustainable neighbourhoods in Newcastle• Asset Management Strategy identified Poolfields as having specific issues when compared to other areas Part of the Aspire Group
  • The Process• Engagement of Consultants• Identification of Project Team• Desk Top Research• Identification of key partners: • Newcastle Under Lyme BC • Resident Groups/Reps • Police, Fire, etc Part of the Aspire Group
  • The Process• Stakeholder Interviews• Resident Consultation• Identification of Key Themes• Theme Focussed Workshops Part of the Aspire Group
  • The Process• Crackley • Access to service issues • Acute ASB issues• Poolfields • Lack of community capacity/engagement mechanisms Part of the Aspire Group
  • The CrackleyNeighbourhood Plan30 actions/projects identified covering keythemes:• Housing, Property and the Physical Environment• Economy, Skills and Employment• Health and Social Care• Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour• Community Capacity and Facilities Part of the Aspire Group
  • The PoolfieldsNeighbourhood Plan26 actions/projects identified covering keythemes:• Housing, Property and the Environment• Employment & Skills• Health and Social Care• Community Facilities Part of the Aspire Group
  • Progress so far…….• Prioritisation of servicedelivery• Improved communityengagement Part of the Aspire Group
  • Capacity Building• Establishment of 2 ResidentAssociations• Supporting development ofskills base• Supporting the delivery ofcommunity activities Part of the Aspire Group
  • EnvironmentalImprovements• Boundary wall replacements• Low cost gardens• New drive ways• Physical Improvements Part of the Aspire Group
  • Partnership Working• Co-ordination of shared resources• Development of new partnerships• Achieving mutually beneficial outcomes Part of the Aspire Group
  • Employment and Skills • Development of local job clubs • Dedicated support Information Advice and Guidance • Volunteering • PM Training Base Part of the Aspire Group
  • Regeneration Improvements– Further Challenges• Identify and maximiseAspire and community assets• Support delivery of physicalregeneration projects• Emphasis on environmentallysustainable improvements Part of the Aspire Group
  • Learning Points• Identification of Partners• Evidence Base• Support from your organisation/group• Momentum is key!• Active Promotion – Internally & Externally• Support community engagement Part of the Aspire Group
  • Next Steps• Continuing capacity building• Build on early successes• Identifying barriers / areas for improvement• Identifying new issues• Influence on future roll out Part of the Aspire Group
  • Questions jburton@aspiregroup.org.uk (01782) 854850 Part of the Aspire Group