Health and wellbeing board 18 sept 2013

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  • E&SA: Employment and Support Allowance
  • Policy target to deliver 6,700 new jobs in Bath city centre Most of this growth will be accommodated in the Bath Enterprise Area EA Key Facts: Covers 98 hectares 36 hectares of developable land, 25% of which is in Council ownership 65,000sqm of new office space in Bath Central Area 7,000 gross new jobs £343m of GVA pa 3,600 new homes as contributing to Core Strategy targets Protection for existing industrial locations at Locksbrook & Brassmill Main focus for the Creative, ICT, and Financial and Business Services jobs needing new business quarters in and adjoining city centre Emerging plans include: New Residential Quarter – already delivering at Bath Riverside Innovation Quarter Three sites coming forward aimed at the city’s creative and high tech businesses (BQN, BQS and Manvers Street) BQS: Developer interest to deliver creative workspace BQN: Interest from Dyson Plc to deliver 200ksqm R&D (contribute over 1,300 new jobs and £110m in GVA pa) BQN: Developer interest from Adapt Properties and Stirling Manvers Street: Interest from Cubex to provide accommodation to retain BMT in the city City Gateway Plans are emerging for Green Park Station and BWR East Sainsburys proposed new supermarket Pinesgate – Ediston are developing plans St James West – plans are being developed to deliver student accommodation Industrial Quarter Aimed at the city’s high value engineering and manufacturing sector Roseberry Place: Developer interest to deliver residential/student accommodation on site next to BWR Twerton Mill: application for student accommodation We have a plan to address challenges that includes: Strategic flood mitigation Land remediation Transportation infrastructure But a more detailed strategy is being developed in the Placemaking Plan to enable delivery and secure funding The Masterplan will help us achieve the following: - £25m funding from HCA
  • Health and wellbeing board 18 sept 2013

    1. 1. Bath & North East Somerset Work and wellbeing John Wilkinson, Acting Director Regeneration, Skills and Employment 18th September 2013
    2. 2. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit Context National •Marmot review Local •Health and wellbeing strategy •Economic strategy and core strategy •Enterprise Area
    3. 3. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit Marmot review • ‘People with higher socio economic position in society have a greater array of life chances and more opportunities to lead a flourishing life. They also have better health. The two are linked’ • ‘People with university degrees have better health and live longer lives than those without’
    4. 4. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit B&NES figures • 8,000 claiming out of work benefits, of which: • 6,000 claiming for more than 2 years • 4,800 on incapacity benefit (E&SA) • Mainly male • 30% aged 50-59 • Many inactive since late 1990s • Often related to mental health • 830 lone parents on income support
    5. 5. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit
    6. 6. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit Life Course
    7. 7. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit
    8. 8. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit A few Marmot review recommendations… • Provide easily accessible support and advice for 16-25 year olds • Provide work based learning, including apprentices • Prioritise active labour market programmes • Promote equality guidance and stress management guidelines to employers • Promote flexible retirement • Encourage flexible employment
    9. 9. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit Some current B&NES work…(there are lots of others too) • Worklessness programme • B&NES Council policy on apprentices, work placements, interns • S106 agreements/Social Value Act • Learning & Skills Partnership • Project search • Affordable housing delivery • Connecting families • Work with CURO
    10. 10. Quick case study: Bath City Riverside Enterprise Area
    11. 11. 4,200 Homes £38m in NHB over 20yrs 9,200 Jobs £400m uplift in GVA pa New Commercial Floor Space under City Deal Business Rate Uplift £4.2m pa uplift £70.6m over 25yrs Outcome
    12. 12. Making Bath & North East Somerset an even better place to live, work & visit Some questions… • What should the B&NES economic strategy measure as success? Moving from economic growth to wellbeing… • What is ‘fair employment’ and ‘good work’? • How would we promote ‘wellbeing’ in the Enterprise Zone? • What best practise is out there?

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