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Access Alliance Programme – An Introduction. Forum No. 1 Markham Vale 19 March 2009. The Challenge. The Challenge. Background. 2-Year Initial Programme 2-Year Extension to Nov. 2010 Funded by Alliance SSP Develop Sustainable Transport Schemes

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access alliance programme an introduction

Access Alliance Programme – An Introduction

Forum No. 1

Markham Vale

19 March 2009

background
Background
  • 2-Year Initial Programme
  • 2-Year Extension to Nov. 2010
  • Funded by Alliance SSP
  • Develop Sustainable Transport Schemes
  • Assist people in North Notts & North Derbyshire to access jobs and services
  • Aimed in particular at young people and those without access to private transport
  • Complementary with LTA Accessibility Strategies
aap actions
AAP Actions
  • Assessing Need
  • Consultation
  • Capacity Building
  • Mentoring & Advice Service
  • Dissemination / Knowledge Transfer
  • Letting of Projects
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Ensuring viability
aap1 projects funded overview
AAP1 Projects Funded: Overview
  • 26 projects funded
  • Range of projects:
    • Big bus
    • CT
    • Information
    • Training
    • Greenways
    • Minibuses
    • W2W
    • Studies
projects funded examples
Projects Funded: Examples
  • Moving Forward Bus
  • Bassetlaw Share a Ride
  • Multimedia Transport
  • Independent Travel Training
  • CAST NEET & Pre-NEET Support
  • Portland / North Notts College Minibuses
economic outputs
Economic Outputs
  • A series of economic outputs
    • Job creation / retention (12) (17)
    • People assisted to access jobs (200) (247)
    • Skills development (100) (596)
    • Business assistance (16) (67)
    • Sustainable transport scheme development
      • (minimum of 20 schemes) (26)
    • Matched funding levered (125K) (380K)
other benefits
Other Benefits
  • Social inclusion
  • Economic inclusion
  • Environmental
  • Capacity building
  • Refocusing of CVS
  • Mainstreaming
  • Partnership working
  • Cross-boundary working
stakeholder views
Stakeholder Views
  • Delivering access to employment & training
  • Importance of the capacity building and training programme
  • Partnership working
  • Projects which would not have happened
  • Projects considerably enhanced
  • Projects brought forward / prioritised
external evaluation
External Evaluation
  • Likely to meet / exceed all outputs
  • Delivering social and environmental benefits
  • Importance of the monitoring process
  • Well received by stakeholders
  • Continuation funding desired
  • “clear target- oriented application process leads to projects with high degree of confidence of delivering economic benefits”
aap phase 2 target groups

AAP Phase 2: Target Groups

Residents of the Alliance area

Those without access to private transport

14-19 year olds

NEETs

Lone parents

Over 45 returners to work

Long term unemployed

Incapacity Benefit claimants

Job Centre Plus clients

People with mobility / learning difficulties

Other hard to reach groups

aap phase 2

AAP Phase 2

Extend / expand work areas from Phase 1

Extend Phase 1 geographically

Build upon AATS Study

New investment options

Ensuring viability of schemes

Knowledge Transfer

suggested future projects

Suggested Future Projects

Pool cars

Shift-time taxi bus

Workwise website

Bus service enhancements

Taxi-bus subsidised service replacement

Transport studies / business cases

Cycle lockers & showers etc

Mobile Jobcentre Plus

Community Transport services / enhancements

suggested future themes

Suggested Future Themes

CT capacity building

Training

Minibus purchase

Business park / employment site transport initiatives

Greenways

Greater linkage with business community

suggested future locations

Suggested Future Locations

Manton

Ashfield

Dronfield

Eckington

Killamarsh

aap future vision

AAP Future Vision

Business Community engagement

Community engagement

Outreach & upskilling

Local service champions

Growth Zones linkage

Synergy e.g. Making the Connection

Replication

Viability

Knowledge Transfer

aap2 how to apply for funding

AAP2 How to Apply for Funding

Delegated Grant Fund

Priority Projects

Funding Rounds

Call for tenders

Application Forms

Guidance Notes

aap2 how to get advice

AAP2 How to get Advice

www.accessalliance.co.uk

email outline project ideas for comment

download forms and guidelines

ensure you meet all criteria

ensure you can deliver and evidence outputs

ensure you can monitor and evaluate project

summary

Summary

Partnership working

Replication

Upskilling

Viability

Promoting inclusion

Raising productivity

Opportunities for North Notts & North Derbyshire