1 Funding from LEPs and LEADER for businesses and community groups in the South Downs National Park David Doxford, Sustainable Economy Officer 15 January 2016
2 Agenda Serial Time Topic Person 1 12:00-12:05 Welcome Chair 2 12:05-12:30 Overview of LEPs & LEADER David Doxford 3 12:30-12:40 Enterprise M3 funding Deborah Wyatt 4 12:40-12:50 Sussex LEADER Richard Chalk 5 12:50-13:00 Q&A Chair 6 13:00-14:00 1to1 surgery session, to discuss possible projects, with: Ken Brown of Fieldfare LEADER Richard Chalk & Caitlin Shardlow of Sussex LEADER Deborah Wyatt of Enterprise M3 re LEP funding David Doxford and Mark Rose of SDNPA 7 14:00 Depart
3 Objectives for the session Give attendees an overview of possible funding sources from LEPs and LEADER (in the South Downs National Park) for business and community projects; Provide contacts and resources to learn more; Allow the opportunity to ask questions; Provide space to discuss possible projects/ambitions with funders on a 1 to1 basis. NB: We won t be covering all the other possible funding sources such as lottery, Interreg/LIFE, charitable trusts etc.
4 A quick health warning This is a complex field - each funding stream has it s own rules and regulations regarding who is eligible, what activities/costs are eligible, timescales, payments, match funding etc. Don t assume, ask! Some of these schemes are new and we are still developing the knowledge and processes ourselves. It s a moveable feast many programmes will be revised. So what is true today may not be true next year. That s why we have a surgery session
5 Glossary Acronym Definition Acronym Definition C2C Coast to Capital LEP LAG Local Action Group DEFRA EAFRD Dept. of Environment, Food & Rural Affairs European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development LDS LEP Local Development Strategy Local Enterprise Partnership EM3 Enterprise M3 LEP LGD Local Growth Deal ERDF European Regional Development Fund SEP Strategic Economic Plan ESF European Social Fund SME Small/Medium Enterprise ESIF European Structural & Investment Funds WARR Wealden And Rother Rural
6 What s an SME?
7 Local Enterprise Partnerships
8 Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) What is a LEP? LEPs are partnerships bringing together leaders from the business, public and not-for-profit sectors to provide the vision, knowledge and strategic leadership needed to support private sector growth Set up in 2011 by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and delivering some of the functions previously carried out by the regional development agencies There are 39 local enterprise partnerships across England They set out the priorities for the area in a Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) They also produce a European Structural & Investment Funds (ESIF) Strategy and a Rural Statement.
9 But which bits help me? LEP Local Growth Deal (LGD) ESIF Typically, large scale capital programmes e.g. woodfuel development, broadband, transport Includes grants for SMEs businesses, tourism, food processing, broadband & low carbon / renewables EAFRD ERDF ESF Business support & advice
10 Business support via Growth Hubs Business Support Help line Mon to Fri - 9am to 6pm
12 Enterprise M3 Funding Growing Enterprise Fund Local Growth Deal ERDF, ESF and EAFRD ongoing calls throughout the year.
13 EAFRD Calls
14 EAFRD Calls an example Tourism: Call in mid and north Hampshire and South West Surrey - Enterprise M3 (10RD15TO0001) This call invites applications for investments that create jobs and grow the tourism sector in the rural areas of the Enterprise M3 LEP area.
15 LEADER LEADER is a French acronym (Liaison Entre Actions de Développement de l'economie Rurale); it is an EU initiative for rural development, funded through EAFRD. Open to farmers, foresters, small & micro rural businesses, community groups. Grants of 2.5k to 50k at max 40%-80% intervention rate (depending on the measure used); it is mainly for capital items. Projects must meet one of six Defra priorities: support micro and small businesses and farm diversification boost rural tourism increase farm productivity increase forestry productivity provide rural services provide cultural and heritage activities
16 LEADER and SDNP funding Local Action Group (LAG) Area LEADER Funding Fieldfare (F) Sussex Downs & Coastal Plain (SDCP) Central Sussex (CS) Wealden & Rother Rural (WARR) Total funding Rural East Hants around Winchester, north of Portsmouth & Havant; includes Petersfield Rural parts of Chichester & Arun Districts, rural parts of Hayling Island Rural parts of Horsham, Lewes and Mid-Sussex Districts and Lewes Rural parts of Wealden & Rother Districts 1.6m 1.492m 1.705m 1.472m 6.269m
17 Local Action Groups (LAGs) A LAG is made up of people from the local community and the local public and private sector. Each LAG decides which projects they will fund in their area by producing a Local Development Strategy (LDS). There are four LAGs across the South Downs National Park, each has ~ 1.5m for the current programme which runs Currently a two stage application (outline/full), all money is paid retrospectively, around 5 months from outline application to grant letter. Continuously open until ~March 2020.
18 Fieldfare LAG area
21 Which LAG am I in? Check on MAGIC:
22 Do I live in the National Park?
23 Help on our website
24 Useful contacts & links Organisation Name /Tel Website South Downs National Park Authority David Doxford (LEP/LEADER) Mark Rose (Other funding) gov.uk/care-for/fundingfor-your-project/businessand-economicdevelopment-grants/ Fieldfare LAG Ken Brown Sussex LAGs Richard Chalk ov.uk WARR LAG Don Cranfield uk Enterprise M3 or call uk sussex.co.uk/leadergrants hip.org.uk/index.htm Coast to Capital or call
25 Funding from LEPs and LEADER for businesses and community groups in the South Downs National Park David Doxford, Sustainable Economy Officer This presentation will be
26 Funding Streams for Rural Business Deborah Wyatt Enterprise M3
27 Enterprise M3 - Working to Support Rural Areas Rural Action Group Woodfuel hub project Growing Enterprise Fund Digital Skills in the High Street
28 Types of European Funding available to Enterprise M3 Three types of European funding ESF, ERDF, EAFRD ESF focus on skills/employment and social inclusion ERDF focus on enterprise, innovation and low carbon EAFRD for rural areas only i). building knowledge and skills ii). funding and developing micro and small rural businesses iii). funding small scale renewable investments iv). funding broadband investments (2017 onwards) v). supporting tourism in rural areas.
29 European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) For Enterprise M3, the first call for EAFRD is underway EAFRD allocation k SME business development grants (for 620 small and micro businesses, up to 50 FTE) Rural tourism grants 465 Grants for food/drink processing businesses 465 Total 1550 (35% of total fund)
30 Key points to note Minimum grant of 50k up to 140k maximum Capital funding only, not revenue Maximum intervention rate of 40%, therefore applicants must match fund 60% Use for high economic impact, improving productivity and creating jobs. DEFRA issue specifications, handle all enquiries, review and approve applications and are the Managing Authority for the funding
31 European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) For Enterprise M3, the focus will be in the following areas; Strategic projects designed to have a significant impact on the Enterprise M3 economy and complement work of Local Action Groups/LEADER/other rural funding streams Capital projects that add value to funding new and developing non-agricultural businesses providing the greatest return in terms of job creation and sustainability
32 Further details
33 LEADER grants supporting the rural economy January 2016 Richard Chalk LEADER Programme Manager West Sussex County Council
35 Sussex Downs & Low Weald and Three Harbours & Coastal Plain LEADER Local Action Groups 262,000 population (2001 census) 2.8m awarded 153 projects Average grant 18,729 Total value of projects 9.1m
36 Outputs for the rural economy New jobs created 142 Average grant per job created 10,895 Existing jobs sustained 320 Average grant per job sustained 5,264 Existing businesses supported 125 New business start ups 13
37 Sussex Downs & Low Weald and Three Harbours & Coastal Plain LEADER Projects in the National Park Amount Awarded Projects Average Grant Farming 494, ,480 Forestry 103, ,385 Other small business 126, ,849 Community 200, ,740 Tourism 103, ,746 Total 1,028, ,146
38 Types of projects funded in SDNPA Farming: Processing and adding value, especially dairy and meat. Vineyards winery equipment. Diversification farm shops, tea rooms, open farm visits at lambing time.
39 Types of projects funded in SDNPA Forestry: Mainly equipment firewood processors, log splitters, forestry tractors, harvesters, charcoal retort.
40 Types of projects funded in SDNPA Community: Community village stores Lodsworth, Slindon, Milland. Village hall and other community facility improvements.
41 Types of projects funded in SDNPA Tourism - were all community based, including: Cycle hire, museums, branding and promotion of a market town (Arundel), infrastructure.
42 New LEADER Part of 3.5bn Rural Development Programme. 138m allocated to 80 Local Action Groups in England. To create jobs and growth in rural areas. Much greater focus on the economy - 70% of funding must directly support the rural economy, the remaining 30% also must demonstrate it is contributing to the local rural economy.
43 Projects and funding Opened for applications November Average grant 15,000 to 20,000 (in Sussex). Primarily capital equipment, premises etc. NOT running costs. Maximum support rates: 40% for business, remainder own capital or loan finance. 80% for community (100% in some LEADER areas). Grants paid against confirmed expenditure.
44 Eligibility Farmer or grower. Micro or small enterprise (up to 50 employees, t/o up to 10m). Social enterprise. New business start up. Formally constituted community group. Parish or town council. - Project must be located in LEADER area. - Must meet at least one national and local priority.
45 National Policy LEADER priorities: Increasing farm productivity Support for micro/small businesses and farm diversification Support for rural tourism Provision of rural services Cultural and heritage activity Increasing forestry productivity
46 Increasing farm productivity Grants for: Projects to improve the overall performance and sustainability of an agricultural holding. Investments to support animal health and welfare improvements. Processing, developing and marketing agricultural products adding value. Must be above standard agricultural practice. Usually up to 40% grant rate.
47 Support for micro/small businesses and farm diversification Grants to develop or start small businesses, including social enterprises. Grants for farm diversification projects. Up to 40% grant rate.
48 Support for rural tourism Small businesses, community groups, local authorities, public-private partnerships. Projects that develop high quality visitor products and services, link providers, extend the season, encourage visitors to stay. Grant rate up to 40% for commercial and 80% for non commercial (100% in some LEADER areas).
49 Provision of rural services Small businesses, community groups, public-private partnerships, (local authorities in exceptional circumstances). Projects improving infrastructure and access to services. Must make a contribution towards growing local economy. Grant rate usually up to 80% (100% in some LEADER areas).
50 Cultural and heritage activity Community groups, landowners, (local authorities in exceptional circumstances). Promotion, enhancement and restoration of cultural assets where this promotes growth in the visitor economy and creates a senses of local identity. Grant rate up to 80% (100% in some LEADER areas).
51 Increasing forestry productivity Small and medium sized forestry contractors. Owners of private woodland. Investments in machinery and equipment to help the production, extraction, processing and marketing of timber and non-timber forest products. Grant rate up to 40%.
52 Local Priorities LEADER is local. Local Action Groups make decisions. Each LAG has local strategy for its area approved by Defra. Projects also need to meet local priorities set by LAGs. Details from website, LEADER officers and in Handbook.
53 Process Outline application Checked for eligibility and fit with priorities Feedback Full application Appraisal Project Selection Panel Offer letter (contract) Project monitoring Grant paid on completion
54 Hints and tips Allow time - contact us early. Grants paid in arrears so projects need to think about covering shortterm cash-flow. How much grant does the project really need to proceed? Will need to justify. Assume 3 quotes for all project items. Full applications require evidence that applicants have done their homework and for projects that will have income and expenditure, detailed cash-flow forecasts. Process particularly tests NEED for project and IMPACT, including on competitors need to consider these carefully. Speak to us before you apply - we are here to help.
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