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    • Bournemouth Dorset and Poole (BD&P) MAA & Local Economic Assessment (LEA) Adrian Trevett – Economic Development Manager, Borough of Poole E: [email_address] T: 01202 633032
    • Contents
      • BD&P MAA Overview
      • BD&P MAA Structure
      • BD&P MAA Key themes and initiatives
      • Approach / timescales for LEA
      • Where we’re up to
      • Issues
      • Outcomes Expected
      • VISION : To develop a strongly performing economy, characterised by a greater concentration of higher skilled, higher paid jobs than now and to do this while respecting and protecting our unique environment
      • Builds on historic co-operation between the three strategic local authorities and six districts
      • Focused on long term economic development – engaging public and private sector to 2026
      • Different from other MAA’s in its urban/rural mix, ‘whole county’ configuration and inclusion of an ‘environment’ theme
      • Programme seeks to manage transformational change
      BDP MAA Overview
    • BDP MAA Structure Dorset Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Borough of Poole
      • Strategic Theme Groups (5)
      • Business Growth,
      • Employment and Skills,
      • Environment,
      • Housing
      • Transport
      ‘ MAA Accountable Body’ (Borough of Poole ) Programme Mgt Group ( Chair - BoP Chief Executive, Local Authority Directors, Theme Group Chairs & Link Officers, SWERDA, GOSW and Programme Manager) Partnership Board (x13) Local Authorities (x4) / SWERDA / Bournemouth University / Private Sector representatives ( x 7) Programme Manager and Administrator ( 1.5 FTE) (Service Level Agreement) Central Government Local authority and public sector partner resources
    • BD&P MAA Key Initiatives
      • Initiatives
      • - Local Enterprise Partnership
      • Digital Dorset
      • Green Homes Retrofit
      • Biomass District Heating
      • West of Wight Wind Farm
      • EGS Mapping
      • Environmental Limits Model
      • Share Sustainable Procurement
      • BDP Workspace
      • Sector Support
      • Employment and Skills Board
      • Graduate Retention
      • Low Carbon Economy
      • Initiatives
      • - Local Enterprise Partnership
      • Digital Dorset
      • Green Homes Retrofit
      • Biomass District Heating
      • West of Wight Wind Farm
      • EGS Mapping
      • Environmental Limits Model
      • Share Sustainable Procurement
      • BDP Workspace
      • Sector Support
      • Employment and Skills Board
      • Graduate Retention
      • Low Carbon Economy
      2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015+
      • Activities
      • All initiatives need feasibility / planning
      • Projects will be created where viable
      • Resources / funding will be allocated
      • Delivery will commence
      • This agenda and roadmap will put under
      • change control and managed.
      AT - 10.6.10 - EDM, BoP
    • Approach / Timescales for LEA
      • Project Definition (Jan - April)
        • Vision, team mobilisation, planning
      • LEA Document Preparation (March – October)
        • Draft report, commission evidence, refine report, prepare draft LEA, consult
      • Finalise Draft LEA (September – December)
        • Revise draft LEA, partner endorsement
      • Publish LEA (December – March)
        • Finalise LEA, publish LEA
      • Review Monitor (April onwards)
        • Frequent refresh, feed in to corporate and other strategies
    • Where we’re up to
      • Create Steering Group and meet regularly: Ongoing
      • Draft LEA contents and evidence catalogue: completed
      • Preparation of directory of strategies with interest in LEA: completed
      • Core indicators: common set identified
      • FEMA work: completed (to be launched in June 2010)
      • Time / cost accounting: in progress
      • Risk assessment: completed in draft – steering group to review
      • Engagement with stakeholders:
        • Finalise stakeholder list:18/06/10
        • Summary of progress and importance of LEA: 25/06/10
        • Invitation to stakeholder event: 25/06/10
      • Initial assessment based on LEA themes: 9/7/10
      • First draft (thematically driven) / Final strategy: 31/10/10 / 31/12/10
      • Modifications, evidence gaps: Jan-Mar 2011
      • Endorse final strategy: March 2011
    • Issues
      • Co-ordination of resources from across 3 authorities and many teams
      • Ensuring momentum / priorities
      • Coalition government view on LEA
        • Carry on, no more funding
      • Starting …
      • Different charging mechanisms across authorities
      • Stakeholder identification
      • Consultation
    • Outcomes Expected
      • One “vanilla” report containing a response to each section of the guidance
      • Access, through the vanilla report to an evidence database for bespoke queries
      • A 20 page executive summary
      • Embedding within business as usual
        • Signposts to strategies
        • Ongoing refresh process
        • Inform…
    • Thank You Any questions? Adrian Trevett – Tel: +44 (0) 1202 633032 Email: [email_address]