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Kevin Lavery: Empowering Enterprise

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A copy of Kevin Lavery's slides used at the Collaborate Cornwall Conference held on the 24th September 2010.

A copy of Kevin Lavery's slides used at the Collaborate Cornwall Conference held on the 24th September 2010.

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  • 1. Collaborate Cornwall Conference 24/09/2010 Kevin Lavery
  • 2. Vision
    • ‘ Big Cornwall’
    • We can deliver – track record
    • Go beyond what we have done previously
    • Deliver 30% savings - reinvest
    • Double devolution
    • Council will have to change
  • 3.
    • Continue high growth of last 15 years
    • Develop our growth industries – renewable energy, creative industries etc
    • Build on legacy of CUC
    • Next generation broadband – rural pathfinder
    • Pilot LEP driven approach to EU programme management
    Outcomes
  • 4.
    • Local investment fund
    • Infrastructure priorities
    • Finance for business
    • Focus on skills
    • Steering and hosting European programmes
    • Transferring regionally and nationally held assets
    • Pushing for a national centre for renewable technology
    What will it do?
  • 5.
    • Business will be at the heart of the governance and delivery structures
    • Decisions on economic priorities and investment will be made locally
    • The LEP will be strategic and focussed on a narrow range of outcomes and sustainable growth
    • Delivery will be undertaken through the private sector and CDC
    • The LEP will work with other LEPs and local authority areas
    Key principles
  • 6.
    • Functional economic area
    • Convergence and local investment fund
    • Capacity of CDC
    • Not fortress Cornwall
    • Renewable energy across the peninsula and the North East
    • Aerospace – Bristol
    • Neighbours on transport, infrastructure, HE and FE
    Why Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
  • 7.
    • Shadow LEP April 2011
    • Joint private/public steering groups
    • Shared capacity between councils
    • RGF bids developed
    • Alignment of existing funding programmes to LEP
    Transition
  • 8. What next?
    • Decision imminent
    • White paper due end of October
    • Comprehensive Spending Review
    • RGF consultation feedback
  • 9. Thank you Questions: