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RURAL ADVOCATE VISIT
DAY 2- BANDWIDTH LEAD
          RURAL REGENERATION

    Impact of Cybermoor


    The business case for rural broadband
...
EVALUATING CYBERMOOR

    Action Research


    Academic partners


    Students


    Consultants


    Project repor...
IMPACT

    Community impact


    Economic impact


    Education impact

ECONOMIC

    25% use PCs to work from home – 7.4% national

    average

    26 jobs created


    Economic value to Al...
EDUCATION

    Two thirds of adult population improve their ICT

    use
SUMMARY                   IMPACTS
                             OF


    New jobs created


    Inward investment as busin...
THE SUSTAINABILITY
                       CHALLENGE

    Lowest wages in the UK


    High cost of delivering broadband
...
ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY
PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING
FEEDBACK
DECISION MAKING



   Members of the community were
   asked to choose and prioritise 5
   out of a total of 18 identified...
SUMMARY

    Bandwidth lead regeneration delivers benefits

    across the community
    Innovative use of technology


...
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  1. 1. RURAL ADVOCATE VISIT
  2. 2. DAY 2- BANDWIDTH LEAD RURAL REGENERATION Impact of Cybermoor  The business case for rural broadband  e-health - Alston Hospital  Coffee  Lessons from Cybermoor  National Context 
  3. 3. EVALUATING CYBERMOOR Action Research  Academic partners  Students  Consultants  Project reporting  Performance monitoring 
  4. 4. IMPACT Community impact  Economic impact  Education impact 
  5. 5. ECONOMIC 25% use PCs to work from home – 7.4% national  average 26 jobs created  Economic value to Alston is over £300K  SMEs supported with e-commerce, website  design and general advice
  6. 6. EDUCATION Two thirds of adult population improve their ICT  use
  7. 7. SUMMARY IMPACTS OF New jobs created  Inward investment as businesses move in  Basic ICT skills embedded in the community  Better performance by schools  Better use of community resources 
  8. 8. THE SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE Lowest wages in the UK  High cost of delivering broadband  “Middle mile” bandwidth costs  £10 /Mb / month in Manchester  £266 /Mb / month in Alston  Low propensity to take up technology 
  9. 9. ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY
  10. 10. PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING
  11. 11. FEEDBACK
  12. 12. DECISION MAKING Members of the community were asked to choose and prioritise 5 out of a total of 18 identified schemes.
  13. 13. SUMMARY Bandwidth lead regeneration delivers benefits  across the community Innovative use of technology  Delivers better public services to people  Economic impacts –money stays local  BUT Barriers to further development can only be  supported by government
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