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GMCVO 29th October ’13 European Funding for Greater Manchester 2014-20. Voluntary and Community Sector Co-ordinator for the North West Information, Representation and Strategy Supporting partnership working Funded by Technical Assistance from ESF and ERDF networkforeurope.eu.

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Gmcvo 29th october 13 european funding for greater manchester 2014 20
GMCVO29th October ’13European Funding forGreater Manchester 2014-20



Next programme 2014 20
Next Programme 2014-20 West

  • Stronger role for Civil Society

  • Simplification

  • Localism - placed based

  • Regeneration

  • Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) - 1-250 staff

  • Social Business Initiative, SGEI and Procurement (Social Value)

  • Financial Instruments

  • Social Innovation

  • Community-Led Local Development

  • Inclusion - gender and race, excluded groups, health


Decision levels
Decision levels West

  • European Commission

    • Regulations

    • Finance

    • Partnership Principles

  • Member State

    • Partnership

    • Operational Programmes

  • LEP lead Local Partners

    • Working together

    • Delivering change


  • Economic West

  • Social

  • and Territorial

  • Cohesion


Europe 2020
Europe 2020 West

  • Smart

  • Sustainable

  • Inclusive


Eleven themes
Eleven Themes West

  • Innovation

  • ICT

  • SME competitiveness

  • Low Carbon

  • Climate Change

  • Environment and Resource Efficiency

  • Sustainable Transport

  • Employment

  • Social Inclusion

  • Skills

  • (Institutional Capacity)


EIE Energy efficiency & renewable energy, research & innovation, competitiveness of SMEs


Erdf minimum amounts
ERDF minimum amounts innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • At least 60% (Transition) or 80% (More Developed) on -

    • Innovation

    • ICT

    • SME

    • Low Carbon

  • At least 15% (Transition) or 20% (More Developed) on

    • Low Carbon


European social fund
European Social Fund innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Minimum 40% in Transition regions, 52% in developed

  • Minimum 20% for social inclusion

  • Greater emphasis on Youth Unemployment

  • Better involvement of social partners, local authorities, NGOs

  • Simplification, improve accessibility of funding specially for small beneficiaries

    • More lump sums & standard costs, lighter admin


Community led local development
Community-led Local Development innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Integrated and multi-sectoral area-based local development strategies

  • Designed taking into consideration local needs and potential

  • Can be ESF and ERDF together

  • Can be 10% higher intervention rate (ie max 60%)

  • Description of the process of community involvement in the development of the strategy

  • Local Action Groups

    • Build Capacity of local actors

    • Transparent Selection

    • Monitor and Evaluate


Social innovation
Social Innovation innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Identify a problem - not tackled by market forces

    • eg demographic change, care industries

  • Identify and test out solutions

  • Scale up - Mainstream the solutions

    • May be taken up by the other two Sectors (public and private)

  • Examples

    • Schools

    • Hospitals

    • Fire Brigades

    • Building Societies

    • Insurance companies


European funding esf erdf
European Funding ESF & ERDF innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Current Programme 2007-13

    • ESF National

    • ERDF regional

  • Next Programme 2014-20

    • Single English Pot (hides the wiring)

    • Maximum devolution to LEP level

      • but LEPs can link to each other

    • Key Themes


England timetable so far
England timetable so far innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • BIS (Business, Innovation and Skills) leading

    • Then DWP (ESF) and DCLG (ERDF)

  • 3.5 people seconded (1 HE, 1.5 LA, 1 VCS)

    • Sandra Turner, NCVO. SImon Nokes pt Manchester

  • BIS Roadshows November and December 2012

  • BIS Letter to LEPs 7th Feb 13

  • BIS Initial Guidance to LEPs 17th April

  • Indicative Allocation to LEPS 27 June

  • BIS Supplementary Guidance to LEPs 19 July

  • Deadline for LEP Strategies 7 Oct


England timetable next steps
England timetable next steps innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • 7 Oct deadline for LEPs draft Strategies

  • 8-16 Oct BIS analyses strategies

    • Themes, Eligibility, Outputs and Results, Mng Agent, Local

  • 6 Nov Shadow Growth Board Meets, endorses responses

  • 7th - local growth team feeds back to each LEP

  • Nov-Dec LEPs revise and refine proposals

  • Jan ‘14 - Final LEP Strategies to BIS

  • UK Government submit England proposals to European Commission

  • Negotiations with Commission, revisions to LEP plans

  • Programmes start - later in 2014


Nw finance 27 june
NW Finance innovation, competitiveness of SMEs(27 June)

£million at 0.86/1.16


Bis guidance to leps july
BIS Guidance to LEPs July innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Supplementary Guidance

    • Annexes -

      • Match

      • Opt In

      • Financial Instruments

      • Community led Local Development

      • Social Innovation

  • Background Analysis

    • Ten Themes

  • Opt In Prospectuses

    • 6 Organisations [2 added later, perhaps more...]


Local building blocks
Local building blocks innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Combined Authority, City Deal

  • Whole Place Community Budget Pilot

  • Evergreen Fund (Jessica)

  • NW Fund (Jeremie)

  • G Manchester Transport Fund

  • Low Carbon Hub, Media City, Airport City EZ, Graphene

  • Greater Manchester Strategy (updated)

    • Twin pillars - growth and reform


Facing the future
Facing the future innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Good economy - many positives - but worklessness, low skills

  • Reposition Manchester within global markets

  • Align skills base with new jobs

  • Reduce demand for public services - support residents

  • Address economic inactivity - hand in hand with growth

  • Understand the fundamental shift in the market

    • changing business models

    • social entrepreneurs

  • Essential - successful transition to low carbon economy


Next eu funding for gtr manchester
Next EU funding for Gtr Manchester innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Substantial resources to Financial Instruments (loans)

  • Innovation

  • Strong local control

  • Increased role for the Third Sector

  • Move to a Low Carbon Economy


Six strands
Six Strands innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Competitive Places

  • Science, Innovation and Knowledge Economy

  • Competitive Business

  • Low Carbon

  • Skills, Employment and Inclusion

  • Supporting Reform


Competitive places
Competitive Places innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Evergreen Fund (Jessica - Financial Instrument)

  • Sites and Premises

  • Town Centres - increase long term sustainability

  • Invest in critical infrastructure and resilience


Science innovation knowledge economy
Science, Innovation & Knowledge Economy innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Support assets

  • Grow private sector links

  • Tackle societal challenges

  • Skills

  • Societal challenges

    • future cities

    • smart cities

    • health

    • social innovation


Competitive business
Competitive Business innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Starting and growing SMEs

  • Internationalisation

  • Access to finance

  • Technology developments

  • Leadership, management & mentoring skills

  • Business Growth Hubs

  • Business incubators

  • Support physical and economic regeneration of deprived communities

  • SMEs and Social Enterprises


Low carbon
Low Carbon innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Investment vehicle (Financial Instrument)

  • Infrastructure including energy and waste

  • Whole building energy efficiency/generation

  • Grow SMEs in the sector

  • All SMEs increase energy/resource efficiency

  • Skills

  • Tackle this gross market failure


Skills employment inclusion
Skills, Employment & Inclusion innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Young People

  • Long term unemployed, inactive

  • Employer led workforce development

  • Support providers

    • widen participation from local disadvantaged communities

    • increase role of third sector providers

  • Aid development of innovative funding models to support communities and social entrepreneurs

    • Manchester Third Sector significant delivery role

  • Social Innovation Driver


Supporting reform
Supporting Reform innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Employment and skills offer - builds on Public Service Reform

  • Additional support - to those affected by Universal Credit and Welfare Reform

  • Additional support for those with health related barriers (in and out of work)

  • Tackle barriers to work holistically

    • journey to economic independence

  • Redesign public services, collaboratively invest

  • Cashable recyclable savings

  • Supportive pathway for parents, support victims domestic abuse


Social innovation driver
Social Innovation Driver innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • ERDF & ESF - drive Social Innovation, and develop Social Enterprises

  • Capacity Building within communities

    • more independent and sustainable third sector

  • Local Impact Fund and associated support

  • Extension of Community Grants

  • But

    • this is instead of Community-Led Local Development

    • LIF is very small (too small to include in the budget)


Next steps
Next Steps innovation, competitiveness of SMEs

  • Response from BIS after 6th November

  • Consultations in November and December

  • Work up the details

    • Good practice

    • Costings and detailed working

    • Negotiate Opt Ins, local control, and match

    • Governance


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