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Lincolnshire Wolds AONB Sustainable Development Fund Louise Niekirk. What is the Sustainable Development Fund?. A delegated fund for the Lincolnshire Wolds A scheme funded by emda A pilot for 12 months starting 1 April 2004

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what is the sustainable development fund
What is the Sustainable Development Fund?
  • A delegated fund for the Lincolnshire Wolds
  • A scheme funded by emda
  • A pilot for 12 months starting 1 April 2004
  • Designed to bring benefit to communities and businesses in the Wolds
process
Process
  • Rural Recovery seminar in Bristol
  • Discussions
  • Agreements
  • Workshops
  • Drafting guidelines, promotional material
  • Submitting bid
the bid
The bid
  • £75,000 as delegated fund
  • £15,316 staff costs
  • £4,506 recruitment, overheads, training
  • £1,950 equipment
  • £4,800 promotion
  • £3,500 office relocation
  • £105,072 total bid
emda targets core outputs
emda targets –core outputs
  • Jobs created
  • Jobs safeguarded
  • Brownfield land
  • Educational and training opportunities
  • Business performance
  • Investment in deprived areas
emda targets supplementary outputs
emda targets – supplementary outputs
  • Community facilities
  • Businesses increasing use of ICT
  • Graduates employed in SME
  • Over 45’s receiving guidance
  • New build/refurbishment for business use
how much money is available
How much money is available?
  • A total of £75,000
  • Up to £10,000 for each project
  • No minimum amount
who can apply
Who can apply?
  • 75% for community groups
  • 75% for voluntary groups and charities
  • 50% for businesses
  • 25% for public bodies
  • Volunteer time can be included as match funding
projects must meet certain criteria
Projects must meet certain criteria
  • All core criteria
  • One aim of the AONB
  • One of emda’s outputs
  • One of the desirable criteria
core criteria
Core criteria
  • Is located in the AONB or directly benefits it
  • Supports sustainable development principles
  • Conserves or enhances local characteristics of culture, wildlife, landscape, land use, community and economy
  • Provide some element of public benefit
  • Be in accordance of applicable legislation
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Aims of the AONB
  • To conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the AONB, including the built environment
  • To promote sustainable forms of social and economic development in the AONB
  • To promote the economic and social well-being of local communities
  • To promote quiet enjoyment of the AONB
  • To raise awareness of the AONB
  • To encourage a reduction in car use and promote alternatives
emda s key outputs
emda’s key outputs
  • To create or sustain jobs
  • To improve or reuse brownfield land
  • To create and fill learning opportunities
  • To create or attract new businesses
  • To provide new community facilities, including access centres
  • To encourage businesses to increase their use of ICT
  • To encourage new social enterprises
  • To refurbish buildings for employment or business
desirable criteria
Desirable criteria
  • Environmental
  • Social
  • Economic
  • Cultural
project ideas
Project ideas
  • Sustainable Tourism
  • Community and cultural
  • Renewable Energy
  • Sustainable management of features
promotion
Promotion
  • Project Officer (Sustainable Development)
  • 22 ½ hours per week – 12 months
  • www.lincswolds.org.uk
  • Wolds News
  • JAC - partners
the way forward
The way forward
  • Raising awareness
  • Promotion
  • Support
  • Looking to April 2005
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