Reviewing Local Investment Plans - What are the LIP drivers in the new landscape (Ian Collinson, Head of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure, West of England LEP)
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Reviewing Local Investment Plans - What are the LIP drivers in the new landscape (Ian Collinson, Head of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure, West of England LEP) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Reviewing Local Investment Plans What are the LIP drivers in the new landscape? Ian Collinson, Head of Planning, Housing & Infrastructure
  • 2. Objectives• Context – the new landscape for LIPs• Key drivers for review• What can LIPs do?• What are the benefits for partners
  • 3. The new landscape• The Localism Bill• The Growth Review• The NPPF and planning reform• Local Enterprise Partnerships
  • 4. Drivers for change• Duty to Cooperate – Localism Bill Clause 98• New investment strategies• Incentivising planning and development• Partnership working
  • 5. Barriers• Infrastructure deficit• Funding gap• Difficult market conditions• Skills
  • 6. Key tasks Operationalise the Plan Strengthen link Reflect Affordable with economicHousing Programme development using LEA Revised LIP Align otherRevised homes and public/private sector jobs numbers funding where possible Engagement with Monitoring and delivery partners (via delivery strategy Housing Delivery Panel)
  • 7. Benefits• Provides strategic overview/direction for investment• Provides a focus for ‘enabling’ work• Continued collaborative working• Fulfil the Duty to Co-operate• Increase business confidence/investment through engagement• Attract additional funding• Build capacity• Improve delivery• Better outcomes