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Lancashire Rural Pathfinder. Lancashire Rural Pathfinder Conference. Friday 4 th February 2005. Rural Pathfinder Conference. Programme 9.00 Registration and Coffee 9.30 Welcome to Lancashire Hazel Harding, Leader LCC 9.35 Lancashire Perspective Prof. John Moverley, LRP and RDB

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rural pathfinder conference
Rural Pathfinder Conference

Programme

9.00 Registration and Coffee

9.30 Welcome to Lancashire Hazel Harding, Leader LCC

9.35 Lancashire Perspective Prof. John Moverley, LRP and RDB

9.45 Rural Delivery Review Martin Wood Rural Partnership GONW

10.05 Defra Funding Review Tim Allen, Defra

10.25 Lancashire Pathfinder Andy Ashcroft, Rural Policy, LCC

10.45 Coffee

11.00 Pathfinder Project Plan Rob Hindle, Rural Innovation

11.20 Questions Chair Cllr Hazel Harding, Leader LCC

12.00 Lunch

1.00 Workshop Session 1

1.40 Workshop Session 2

2.20 Tea

2.30 Feedback from workshops

3.15 Plenary

3.30 Close

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Rural Pathfinder Conference

Welcome to Lancashire

Hazel Harding, Leader of the County Council

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Rural Pathfinder Conference

Lancashire Perspective

Professor John Moverley

Lancashire Rural Partnership &

Lancashire Rural Board

government office north west
Government Office North West

Rural Delivery Review

Martin Wood,

Head of Rural Partnership, GONW

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DEFRA

DEFRA Funding Review

Tim Allen,

Rural Funding Review, DEFRA

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Lancashire Rural Pathfinder

Lancashire Pathfinder

Andy Ashcroft, Group Head,

Rural Policy Lancashire County Council

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Rural Strategy 2004

“Local authorities have a vital role as community leaders in joining up and delivering quality services. I therefore intend to look at innovative mechanisms for devolving delivery even closer to rural communities. Over the course of this year we will set up a pathfinder in each region to explore more joined-up and flexible approaches at local level in rural areas, including to join up services and funding at the point of delivery.”

(The Rt Hon Margaret Beckett, announcing the Rural Strategy on 21 July 2004)

devolution
Devolution

Why Carry out Pathfinders?

  • Local government partners at local level-the voluntary and community sector, social enterprises – have the skills and knowledge to better target local needs.
  • Local delivery needs to be driven locally, with best practice mainstreamed and innovation in delivery developed and owned locally to maximise impact.

What are we talking about?

  • Building on the best mechanisms to devolve delivery as close as possible to rural communities.

What will happen?

  • A sub-regional pathfinder will be set up to explore and test opportunities for more joined up, flexible and effective approaches to rural delivery at a local level.
  • They will be linked to second generation Local PSA targets.
pathfinder objectives
Pathfinder Objectives

Overall, Defra is seeking, with partners, to identify:

  • how to make delivery more effective (that is, that delivery activities and outcomes match agreed policies and resources match need);
  • how to make delivery more efficient (that is, that proportionately more resources are available to delivery); and
  • how to ensure that delivery is customer-focused (that is, the needs of customers are met rather than those of the delivery organisations).
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Lancashire Pathfinder

Lancashire’s Pathfinder has identified and agreed with DEFRA three key ‘deliverables’:

  • Developing a model to ensure consistent and robust rural proofing of service delivery throughout the county linking to LPSA2 (thus rural proofing LPSA2)
  • Identifying and testing the adaptability of rural programmes to address local needs and opportunities (programme bending)
  • Exploring how customers engage with rural support mechanisms & testing ways of simplifying access
pathfinder task group
Pathfinder Task Group

Lancashire County Council will lead:

  • GONW
  • Lancashire Rural Futures
  • Lancashire Rural Partnership
  • East Lancashire Partnership
  • Lancashire West Partnership
  • NWDA
  • Community Futures
  • Countryside Agency
  • Pendle Borough Council
  • Ribble Valley LSP
  • Rural Development Service
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Pathfinder Objectives & Legacy
  • Support the objectives of Ambition Lancashire and LRRAP
  • Demonstrate the value offered from return on investment in rural areas to wider City Region
  • Secure ‘rurally proofed’ 2nd generation LPSAs
  • Demonstrate how local ownership in targeting challenges, designing and implemening solutions offers the optimal platform for sustainable development of rural areas
outcomes of the pathfinder
Outcomes of the Pathfinder
  • Clearer targeting to address rural social and economic disadvantage through prioritisation of available resources and better, more joined-up rural delivery;
  • Greater alignment and co-ordination of socio-economic, rural community and natural environment activity and funding to make service delivery more efficient and simpler for customers and ensure sustainable outcomes;
  • Well defined and accountable roles for delivery that are understood by sponsors and customers;
  • Clearer linkage to wider public sector investment in rural areas (e.g. education, infrastructure) with opportunities to maximise impact through co-ordination and more joined-up working between public agencies and the voluntary and community sectors;
  • Strengthening of community strategies and other sub-regional plans to provide the direction and local ownership necessary to influence the spending plans of key agencies;
  • Support in the development of rural-specific (sectoral or geographic) or rural-proofed targets that could be incorporated into Local Public Service Agreements (LPSAs);
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Scope of the Pathfinder

Community/Social enterprise

Post office services

Affordable housing

Co-location and co-delivery

Market Towns

Business support

Countryside access

Rural Proofing & Access to Services

Special landscapes and areas

IT/rural broadband

Sustainable development

Rural transport

Land management

Planning

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Lancashire Rural Pathfinder

Pathfinder

Project Plan

Rob Hindle

Rural Innovation

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Pathfinder Conference

Questions

Hazel Harding,

Leader of the County Council

workshops 1
Workshops 1

Housing: Rupert Swarbrick

Ribble Valley, LSP

Facilitating Enterprise: John Welbank

Lancashire Rural Futures

Market Towns: John Halton

Pendle Borough Council

Rural Proofing/

Access to Services: Denise Partington

Community Futures

Transport: Nick Briggs

East Lancashire Partnership

Value of Environment: Paul Green

English Nature

workshop 2
Workshop 2

Housing: Rupert Swarbrick

Ribble Valley, LSP

Facilitating Enterprise: John Welbank

Lancashire Rural Futures

Market Towns: John Halton

Pendle Borough Council

Rural Proofing/

Access to Services: Denise Partington

Community Futures

Transport: Nick Briggs

East Lancashire Partnership

Value of Environment: Paul Green

English Nature

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