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Dan Clarke, Cambs County Council, IoT Forum 2016, Funding Smart Cities


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Dan Clarke IoT Forum 2016 - We need aspirins, not vitamins to fund smart cities

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Dan Clarke, Cambs County Council, IoT Forum 2016, Funding Smart Cities

  1. 1. Funding Smart Cities Dan Clarke - @danstagger
  2. 2. Why Smart Cities? ‘Technology presents us with the opportunity to address city challenges, create better civic participation and to make peoples lives better’
  3. 3. Smart City large Scale Pilots Public, Private collaborations - pilots Primarily funded by
  4. 4. Second –tier – No major funding sources • Some funding – but working out how to pay for a wider smart city deployment • Searching for business cases • Create a sustainable model
  5. 5. Aspirins V’s Vitamins Aspirins – Ease budgetary pain Vitamins – stimulate growth, support healthier Cities
  6. 6. Smart Street-lighting
  7. 7. Air Quality Monitoring
  8. 8. Smart Parking
  9. 9. Smart Traffic Management
  10. 10. Smart Waste Commercial
  11. 11. Connected Care
  12. 12. The Cambridge Patient Diagnosis – Significant Budgetary Pain Cambridgeshire County Council Savings Since 2009 - £218m Current Budget - £510.4m (excluding schools) Savings Required by 2020 - £100m Cambridge City Council Savings Since 2009 - £6m Net expenditure - £25.6m Savings Required by 2020 - £6.5m
  13. 13. Budget Breakdown - County Health and Social Care £342.7m Building Schools and Roads £35.5m Highways Maintenance £33.3m Waste and Recycling £34.5m Libraries and Heritage £5.3m Community and Frontline services £58.7m 67% 11.5% 6.9% 6.7% 6.4% 1.5%
  14. 14. Central Services inc. tax collection & elections, £2.2m Cultural related Services inc. arts, recreation, parks, open spaces and community facilities, £8.8m Environmental & Regulatory Services inc. refuse collection, street cleansing and environmental health, £14.8m Planning & Development Services, £8m Car Parks & transport related services, £5.6m Housing Services (excl. housing revenue account), £5.3m Housing Benefit, £42.7m Corporate & Democratic costs, £2.4m Other expenditure, £4.2m Revenue Funding of Capital, £9.8m Budget Breakdown – City Council
  15. 15. • 25 Year - PFI • The street lighting PFI programme will deliver energy savings in the region of 46% to the County Council. Already Prescribed…………………. Street Lighting A missed opportunity? Big Belly Bins. • Reduces bin collection costs by up to and over 70%. • Proven to reduce street bin collections by an average 86%.
  16. 16. County - Mild Pain - 3 Asset Management - £1m Parking enforcement - £3.4m Network Management £1m Winter Maintenance - £1.2m AQ - £23K RTPI - £155K IHMC - £195K Estimated Budget for Vitamins £0 Estimated Budget for Aspirins £1m
  17. 17. City - Moderate Pain - 4 Environmental and regulatory services - £14.8m Car parks and transport - £5.6m Cultural - £8.8m Estimated Budget for Vitamins £0 Estimated Budget for Aspirins £3m to £4m
  18. 18. CCC - Severe Pain - 9 Health and Social Care – £342.7m (67% of spend) Community and Front line services - £58.7m • Radical transformation of the way we deliver these services • Huge savings • Significant role for technology • Societal issue we need to tackle!
  19. 19. To ease the pain we need to; • Provide better preventative measures to avoid expensive care interventions • Target interventions . • Help and support people’s responsibilities for their own health and wellbeing. • Build community resilience. • Better share data and information between agencies. Pain Relief
  20. 20. Considerations • Capital V’s Revenue • Low cost • Interoperability, e.g. NHS • Live depend on: • Robust data • Connectivity • New business models – joint funding: Family/Authority; Insurance Co’s, etc
  21. 21. Funding Smart Cambridge • City Deal: – One-off piece of funding primarily aimed at easing the pain of congestion – Capital – Ensuring infrastructure enables ‘Smart’ solutions • Health and Social Care – technology opportunities and new business models • Collaboration – e.g. A14 • New housing developments • Looking for new/sustainable business cases from other cities • InnovateUK, European funding, etc. • Open eco-system – stimulate private sector innovation/investment
  22. 22. Scaling Smart Cities • For each city identify where Aspirins are needed – clear route to profit. • Use these to begin to build infrastructure to support other applications. • Build solutions which are sustainable - lower revenue commitment. • Identify opportunities for Capital – business model must meet objectives • Need to develop new models – private sector invest directly • Share best practice – cities work together
  23. 23. Questions