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Case Study Urbanisation and Games Development. Derry City Council. Ben Corr Barry O’Hagan. Sports Development. Who ? • People • Clubs. Sports Development. What ? • Facilities • Opportunities/Challenges. How ? • Coaches

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case study urbanisation and games development

Case StudyUrbanisation and Games Development

Derry City Council

Ben Corr Barry O’Hagan

sports development

Sports Development

Who ?

• People

• Clubs

Sports Development

What ?

• Facilities

• Opportunities/Challenges

How ?

• Coaches

• Programmes

strategic context

Strategic Context

  • National : GAA ‘Strategic Review’

P7 – The Club

P12 – Other Urban Areas

  • Provincial : ‘Building On Progress, 2002-2006’

‘Particular clubs in particular Urban areas’

questions

Questions

• Q1 : Was Derry such an area ?

• Q2 : How could the challenges and opportunities be met ?

• Q3 : What could the role of the Council be, if any ?

• Q4 : Next Steps ?

first steps

First Steps

•MeetingJohn O’Reilly - President of Ulster Council

Danny Murphy - Provincial Director

•Discussion Paper- Issues/Generic Factors

- Implications

- Proposed Solution

• dedicated post

• specific role

• partnership approach

- £ Opportunity

- Moving Forward

• 3 Options a) UC

b) UC/DCC

c) DCC

- Management

• UC and County Board

funding

Funding

  • SCNI : ‘Invest in Sport’
  • Ulster Council (GAA)
  • Derry City Council
urban gaelic games project

Urban Gaelic Games Project

3 Key Objectives :

  • Participation : School, Club, Community

Underage Strategic Plan

  • Build Capacity : Human Infrastructure

Physical Infrastructure

  • Planning : Club Development Plan

City Development Plan

district development officer

District Development Officer

Contract : 3 years (2nd and 3rd year subject to achieving targets)

Management : Line Management - Derry City Council

Strategic -Project Management Group

- Ulster Council GAA

- Derry City Council

Recruitment : - Derry City Council

- Public Advert

- Shortlisting/Interview

• Ulster Council GAA

• County Board

process

Process

YEAR 1

Stage 1 : Recruitment

Stage 2 : Audit of Clubs

Stage 3 : Identify/Agree Priorities

Programme

Targets

Stage 4 : Deliver and Review

work programme

Work Programme

  • Gaelic Games Programme to promote participation within clubs, schools and Community (utilising the Underage Strategic Plan)
  • Assist clubs with development of human and physical infrastructure
  • CityStrategic Plan (and assist clubs with individual business plans)
  • Work in conjunction with City Games Promotion Officer (Kevin Kelly) and County Games Promotion Officer (Richard Ferris) to promote Coach Education, within the designated clubs and schools
role and function of post

Role and Function of Post

  • Ulster Council Strategy, 2002-2006
  • Underage Strategic Plan
  • GAA Strategic Review

The priority for the post is within the designated Urban area of Derry City Council and will include the following six clubs:

  • Na Magha
  • Steelstown
  • Piarsaigh Doire Trasna
  • Doire Colmcille
  • Sean Dolan’s
  • Ardmore
baseline

Baseline

Audit

Baseline

Baseline to inform:

Demonstrate evidence of need:

• Work Programme

• Club Development Plans

• City Plan

• LSP

• SCNI

• DSD

• DCC

• GAA

why audit

Why Audit ?

Where do we

want to be ?

LONG TERM VISION

How do we

get there?

SPORTS DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Where are

we now ?

AUDIT

audit objective

Audit Objective

The main objective of the Audit is to

provide an overview of

existing structures and facilities.

It should be factually based,

concise and wholly objective

terms of reference

Terms of Reference

  • Resources and Facilities
  • Membership and Participation
  • Coaching Structure and Coaching Opportunities
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Junior Development
  • Club / School Links
  • Playing Opportunities
  • Administration
  • Financial Position
urbanisation

Urbanisation

  • Urban Renewal
  • Neighbourhood Renewal
  • Department for Social Development
  • 32 Designated Neighbourhood Renewal Areas
neighbourhood renewal

Neighbourhood Renewal

What is Neighbourhood Renewal ?

An area based approach to tackle endemic social deprivation by targeting the most deprived communities

Strategic Objectives

Community

Economic

Social

Physical

Renewal

neighbourhood renewal and gaa clubs

Neighbourhood Renewal and GAA Clubs

Has an urban based GAA club got a contribution to play in;

Q1 : Develop and strengthen community infrastructure to improve the capacity of communities ?

Q2 : Promote volunteering and active citizenship in the most deprived communities ?

Q3 : Improve the health of people living in the most deprived neighbourhoods ?

Q4 : Develop or improve community sports facilities ?

neighbourhood renewal19

Neighbourhood Renewal

‘Consideration should be given to bringing the GAA facilities into broader community use’

GAA Strategic Review – Enhancing Community Identity (12.9, p187)

  • Does your club serve, or could it serve a Neighbourhood Renewal Area ?
    • Talk to your local council
    • Speak the language
workshop

Workshop

Saturday 13th November (9.15 am)

'Implementing an Urban Plan for GAA’

‘Tools that build success’

Derry City Council

Ben Corr Barry O’Hagan