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					                                      NEIGHBOURHOOD RENEWAL FUND

                                              (NRF Round 2)
                                 (Accountable Body: Newcastle City Council)
                                      STANDARD APPRAISAL FORM

                                                     YEAR                    2004/5

1.        Project Number:                                               SIF19.R2
2.        Project Title:                                                North Benwell Youth Project
3.        Project Officer:                                              John Derisi

          Organisation:                                                 North Benwell Youth Project
          Address:                                                      79 ,Ellesmere Road
                                                                        North Benwell,
                                                                        Newcastle upon Tyne
          Post Code:                                                    NE4 8TS

          Telephone No/Ext:                                             0191 2983201
          Fax No:                                                       0191 2983202
          E-mail Address:
4.        City Council Contact Officer/                                 Michael Robinson
          Departmental Co-ordinator:
          Address:                                                      Regeneration Directorate,
                                                                        Civic Centre
                                                                        Newcastle upon Tyne
          Telephone No/Ext:                                             0191 1225834

          E-mail Address:                                               mike.robinson@newcastle.gov.uk
5.        Project Location (including map if                            North Benwell
          appropriate):

On behalf of the project, I declare that the details in this appraisal are accurate
(to the best of my knowledge), and will endeavour to abide by all conditions.


Signed __________________________ Date _______________ Position
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      (On behalf of Project)

Signed __________________________ Date _______________ Position
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      (On behalf of Directorate)

Signed __________________________ Date _______________ Position
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      (On behalf of Partnership)

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         (Partnership Accountant)
I agree that the scheme can be completed and the budget defrayed within the timescale
shown in this appraisal.

This Project Appraisal was quality checked by:
Signature _____________________________________________________ Date
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   6.        Strategic Theme Priority:

             This project is seeking support form the Social Inclusion Fund, the aim of which is to support
             schemes which, by linking into the NRF themes, can address disadvantage being
             experienced by particular communities of identity or interest. In this case the community of
             identity is young people from the North Benwell area.

            In relation to the NRF themes this project makes links to both the learning theme, by
             providing learning opportunities for young people, and the community safety theme, by
             providing an increased level of diversionary activities for young people.



   7.        Project Operational Objectives:

                 TTo engage young people from North Benwell and surrounding area in:-


                      the consultation process around the future redevelopment of Farndale Park Play
                       area
                      the design process around the redevelopment of Farndale Park Play Area


   8.        Project Description: (including; purposes and activities; justification of need; methods
             of implementation; management and control systems; and track record of
             organisation).




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             Purpose and Activities

             To engage young people in the consultation and design processes around the
             redevelopment of Farndale Park Play Area. This will include:-

                     visits to similar projects in other parts of the country (e.g. Nottingham or Bradford ,                                  Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                      Hackney and Perth) that have successfully involved young people the consultation
                      and design processes
                     leading on consultation with local people to collect information about their ideas on the
                      redevelopment of Farndale Park
                     to work in partnership in with Home Housing, the City Council’s Parks and
                      Countryside Team, Play and Youth Service and students from Newcastle University’s
                      Architect’s Department ensure the project is completed

             Some consultation to qualify the need for the project has already taken place. 200
             questionnaires were sent out by the youth projects via the BenFest and the results evaluated
             alongside Home Housing and the architectural students from Newcastle University.

             A further leaflet drop of 1,000 will go to households to seeking opinions of the eventual
             design of the park. This will be complemented initially by visits to other similar projects that
             involved young people. This and the ongoing youth work session with the young people will
             lead to four options for the design being presented to a public meeting. Part of the project
             also involves the design and build of a young people’s shelter on the park. This involves a
             community artist and will include consultation with local resident about the siting and design
             of the structure.




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             Purpose and Activities
            To engage young people in the consultation and design processes around the redevelopment
             of Farndale Park Play Area. This will include-:
            visits to similar projects in other parts of the country (e.g. Nottingham or Bradford , Hackney                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                and Perth) that have successfully involved young people the consultation and design
                processes.
            leading on consultation with local people to collect information about their ideas on the
                redevelopment of Farndale Park.
            to work in partnership in with Home Housing, the City Council’s Parks and Countryside
                Team, Play and Youth Service and students from Newcastle University’s Architect’s
                Department ensure the project is completed.

             Some consultation to qualify the need for the project has already taken place. 200
             questionnaires were sent out by the youth projects via the BenFest and the results evaluated
             alongside Home Housing and the architectural students from Newcastle University.

              A further leaflet drop of 1,000 will go to households to seeking opinions of the eventual
              design of the park. This will be complemented initially by visits to other similar projects that
              involved young people . This and the ongoing youth work session with the young people will
             lead to four options for the design being presented to a public meeting

              Part of the project also involves the design and build of a young people’s shelter on the
              park. This involves a community artist and will include consultation with local resident about
             the siting and design of the structure

             Justification of Need

                     Farndale Park is a city council owned play area in the west end of Newcastle which,
             because of its poor condition, is not being well used. Because of this it has become target for
             vandals and attracts under age drinkers, and there is also evidence of it being used for drug
             taking.

                   Concerns about the effect this was having on the neighbourhood were brought to the
             notice of the North Benwell Youth Project about 18 months ago by young people attending
             the project and by parents dropping into the project’s offices.

                   A survey of 200 people carried about at the local BenFest also highlighted the
             problems of Farndale Park as being one of the main issues of concern amongst local people.

                    Links have since been developed about this issue with Home Housing, Bridging
             Newcastle Gateshead, the City Council’s Parks and Countryside Team to look into the
             matter of redeveloping the park into a safer sustainable facility for the area.


             Methods of Implementation

                    The proposal is to engage young people from the North Benwell Youth Project in the
             consultation process by linking in with youngsters from other parts of the country who have
             been involved in similar projects, and members of their local community who have an interest
             in the Park to help determine the type of facilities they would be interested in seeing on
             Farndale Park.

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                    This process will be supported through youth work session held twice weekly at the
             centre. These will in turn be supported up by a series of visits to other youth projects in
             Hackney, Perth and Nottingham or Bradford who have been involved with similar successful
             projects. These projects are the nearest ones which have have been selected as none could
             be found nearer to Newcastle which successfully involvedsuccessfully involved young
             people.

                     Once all the information has been collected and evaluated by the North Benwell
             Youth Project youngProject young people will work alongside Home Housing, Bridging
             Newcastle Gateshead and architectural students from Newcastle University to come up with
             awith rangea range of designs for the park. These will then be presented for consideration
             by the local community at a public meeting.

                     In the longer terms Home Housing is going to explore the various options for raising
             funds to cover the cost of the redevelopment and ongoing maintenance of Farndale Park.



             Utilisation of Resources

             The grant will mainly be used to cover cost of staff and sessional workers working with the
             young people as well as the cost of the visits to other projects. Some funding is also required
             to cover the cost of two digital cameras, some stationery and printing costs A sum of money
             has also been identified to cover the cost of putting at least two young people involved in this
             project through the basic youth work course. The figure below shows the total cost of the
             project whilst the amount being sought from the Social Inclusion Fund represents 90% of the
             total cost. (see below for details and Appendix 1)

   (See below for details and Appendix 1)
                                                                                                                         £
               Cost of sessional youth workers                                                                       35,000
               Cost of visits to other projects                                                                 3,076
                Other activities                                                                                   5,000
              ( i.e. 2 weekend residentials,
                   additional consultation events)
                Equipment costs                                                                                 1,000
                Training for young people                                                                       2,500
                External evaluation                                                                             3,000
                Management fees (10%)                                                                           4,957

                       Total Ccost                                                                            £54,533

                   Management and Control (including who will act as client in respect of
             contract)

             The project will be delivered by the North Benwell Youth Project, a voluntary organisation
             whose staff
               The project will be delivered by the North Benwell Youth Project, a voluntary organisation
               whose staff are employed by and responsible to an elected management committee
             consisting of 8 members of the local community. Workers develop a programme of activities
             for the management committee to approve. Progress on work is reported back to the
             committee on a monthly basis.


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                consisting of 8 members of the local community. Workers develop a programme of
                activities for the management committee to approve. Progress on work is reported back
                to the committee on a monthly basis

             Track Record of Organisation

                    North Benwell Youth Project is a well established youth project which was formed in
             2001
        .      It has been successfully delivering leisure time activities aimed at advancing the
              education of young people for North Benwell and the surrounding area of Elswick.

                    Recent successful work includeswork includes a Drugs Education Programme with
             heroin addicts , a Conflict Group which has recently carried out some evaluation for work
             done by the Children’s Fund in Darlington, a, Girlsa Girls Group which is currently planning
             a young persons newsletter and a Mixed Gender Group which recently contributed to the
             developmentthe development of the new Newcastle Plan.

   9.        Describe the level of cross-partner working and collaboration and how the
             project will complement existing activity:

               The Project is working in partnership with the Home Housing’s Neighbourhood
             Manager, Bridging Newcastle Gateshead, and the City Council’s Parks and
             Countryside Division. Home Housing staff are hoping to identify suitable funds to
             cover the cost of the work required to improve Farndaleimprove Farndale Park.

             Staff from the City Council’s Parks and Countryside Division are involved as the
         site is owned by the city council and they will be expected to cover the ongoing
         maintenance costs. .It is also being supported by architectural students from
         Newcastle University who will be drawing up the necessary plans for the site.
   This project links directly with NCC’s strategy within the Parks and Countryside section in
         relation to upgrading and refurbishing Newcastle’s Park areas.



   10.       Give evidence of community involvement and engagement:

                      In total 36 young people from the North Benwell Youth Project have
             expressed an interest
                in this scheme and will be involved at the core of the project. They will be seeking
             the
                opinions of those members of the local community whose lives are effected by the
             condition
               and use of Farndale Park. The outcome of the consultation will be presented to the
             local
               community at a public meeting which will determine the design proposal s for the
             park.




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   11.       Describe how the project will contribute towards Closing the Gap:

             One of the outcomes of this project will be the provision of an improved leisure
             facility designed by local young people. This will help close the gap between the
             North Benwell area and other areas of the city by providing a facility redeveloped in
             line with the wishes of the local community.

             More importantly however is that the project will engage young people in the
             development of a community facility. Being involved in this process will contribute to
             the development of these young people. It will help develop confidence, improve
             communication skills and team building skills. As the consultation process involves
             other members of the community (e. g. elderly, ethnic minority, families ) will also
             help to develop a more cohesive community




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             More importantly however is that the project will engage young people in the
             development of a community facility. Being involved in this process will contribute to
             the development of these young people. It will help develop confidence, improve
             communication skills and team building skills. As the consultation process involves
             other members of the community (e. g. elderly, ethnic minority, families) will also help
             to develop a more cohesive community.

   12.       How does the project deliver the Key Features of Neighbourhood Renewal                                                            Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

             Fund Programme:
             Supporting the Priorities emerging from the LNRS:

             This project will help the emerging LNRs priorities by:-

             1.        aiming to improve the environment with the eventual provision of improved                                               Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                       play area
             2.        reducing the fear of crime in the long term by providing a diversionary activity
                       for young people to become involved in
             3.        providing learning opportunities for young people by involving them in the
                       consultation and design process of the play area

             Delivering services to disadvantaged communities:

             The project is based in North Benwell which is located in the NRF area. The project
             will engage young people in the various parts of the process to improve an important
             community on facility in their area. This process is seen as important in the long-term
             development of young people in an area that is lacking in sufficient level of
             diversionary activities for young people.

             Facilitating mainstreaming:

             In terms of facilitating NRF mainstreaming this project meets these elements

                      The project focuses on a deprived area of the city.(i.e. North Benwell)                                                 Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

                      It aims to reshape the delivery of a service by asking local people to decide
                       what type of facilities they would like to see on the Farndale Road Play area
                       site
                      The project involves the North Benwell Youth Project with a number of
                       partners. These include Newcastle City Council ,Newcastle University, the
                       Bridging Newcastle Gateshead and Home Housing

             The ongoing maintenance of the redeveloped playground will be picked up by the
             city council.

             Contribute towards the Government Floor Targets:

                      Improves opportunities for young people through learning by being involved in                                           Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                       the process to
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                      develop and design the project
                      Reduce fear of crime by providing diversionary activities for young people




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   12. How does the project deliver the Key Features of Neighbourhood Renewal Fund
          Programme:
          Supporting the Priorities emerging from the LNRS:
   This project will help the emerging LNRs priorities by
   1. aiming to improve the environment with the eventual provision of improved play area                                                      Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

   2.reducing the fear of crime in the long term by providing a diversionary activity for young
   people to become involved in.
   3.providing learning opportunities for young people by involving them in the consultation
   and design process of the play area


   Delivering services to disadvantaged communities:
   The project is based in North Benwell which is located in the NRF area. The project will
   engage young people in the various parts of the process to improve an important
   community on facility in their area. This process is seen as important in the long-term
   development of young people in an area that is lacking in sufficient level of diversionary
   activities for young people.


   Facilitating mainstreaming:
         In terms of facilitating NRF mainstreaming this project meets these elements

     The project focuses on a deprived area of the city.(i.e. North Benwell)                                                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
     It aims to reshape the delivery of a service by asking local people to decide what type of
   facilities they would like to see on the Farndale Road Play area site.
     The project involves the North Benwell Youth Project with a number of partners. These
   include Newcastle City Council ,Newcastle University, the Bridging Newcastle Gateshead
   and Home Housing
     The ongoing maintenance of the redeveloped playground will be picked up by the city
   council.


       Contribute towards the Government Floor Targets:
   Improves opportunities for young people through learning by being involved in the process                                                  Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
      to
         develop and design the project
   Reduce fear of crime by providing diversionary activities for young people                                                                 Formatted: Bullets and Numbering




   13.       Clawback Issues:
                   Is there a risk of clawback of grant?                          Not applicable
             What is being done to minimise risk?
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             Who is responsible for this?

             Not applicable




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14.  Monitoring Information
Outputs                                                                             NRF            NRF            NRF              NRF            TOTAL              NRF             TOTAL
                                                                                   Year 1         Year 1         Year 1           Year 1           FOR              Year 2            FOR
                                                                                    04/5           04/5           04/5             04/5            THE               05/6             ALL
                                                                                    Qtr 1          Qtr 2          Qtr 3            Qtr 4          YEAR                               YEARS

Number of young people                                                                                                                    36                                 36              36
Voluntary organisations supported                                                                                                          1                                  1               1




Basis on which outputs have been calculated:

Based on the number of young people involved in the project design. Outputs will be subject to a meeting of with the NRF Monitoring
Officer and will relate to the floor targets agreed in the Newcastle Plan


Monitoring Arrangements to be put in place by implementing organisation:

Project will be visited at least once during its lifetime and will be expected to submit quarterly monitoring reports (either to the Project
Officer or the NRF the NRF Team) as well as anas an evaluation report onreport on completion.




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  15. Milestones
  Date                              Event
  Year 1 (04/05)

  February 2005                     Appointment of workers
  March 2005                        Consultation process begins
  December 2005                     Report back to PFC board

  Year 2 (05/06)

  March 2006                        Completion of design plans
                                    Public meeting to agree design plans
                                    Evaluation of project completed




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16a. Detailed Breakdown of Project Budget (Total Capital Expenditure)
Itemise main elements below:                                    04/5                                                             05/6                      TOTAL
                                                                 £                                                                £                          £
Feasibility Study/Initial Design Work
Acquisition of Land
Architects/Surveyors/ Engineers Fees
Planning Fees
Building Regulations Fees
Demolition
Building Refurbishment
New Building
Landscaping
Highway Works
Furniture/Fittings (specify):




Equipment (specify):




Other (specify):




TOTAL




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16b. Detailed Breakdown of Project Budget (Total NRF Capital Expenditure)
Itemise main elements below:                                   04/5                                                              05/6                      TOTAL
                                                                 £                                                                £                          £
Feasibility Study/Initial Design Work
Acquisition of Land
Architects/Surveyors/ Engineers Fees
Planning Fees
Building Regulations Fees
Demolition
Building Refurbishment
New Building
Landscaping
Highway Works
Furniture/Fittings (specify):




Equipment (specify):




Other (specify):




TOTAL



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16c. Detailed Breakdown of Project Budget (Total Revenue Expenditure)
Itemise main elements below:                                  04/5                                                               05/6                      TOTAL
                                                               £                                                                  £                          £
Employee Related:
Salaries/Wages (analysed in Table 16e)                       7,000                                                             28,000                       35,000
Other Employee Related
Premises Related:




Transport Related:


Supplies and Services:




Other (specify):
Cost of residential visits to 3 other youth projects (see                                           2,000                       6,076                       8,076
appendix 1)
Equipment costs                                                                                        500                        500                       1,000
Training for young people                                                                                                       2,500                       2,500
External evaluation                                                                                                             3,000                       3,000
Management fees @10%                                                                                  950                       4,007                       4,957

Income (specify):




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TOTAL NET EXPENDITURE                                                                              10.450                      44,083                       54,533




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16d. Detailed Breakdown of Project Budget (Total NRF Revenue Expenditure)
Itemise main elements below:                                  04/5                                                               05/6                      TOTAL
                                                               £                                                                  £                          £
Employee Related:
Salaries/Wages (analysed in Table 16e)                       7,000                                                             24,500                       31,500
Other Employee Related
Premises Related:


Transport Related:


Supplies and Services:




Other (specify):
Cost of residential visits to other project                                                          2000                       5,268                       7,268
Equipment and materials                                                                              500                         400                          900
Training for young people                                                                                                       2,250                       2,250
External evaluation                                                                                                             2,700                       2,700
Management fees @10%                                                                                  950                       3,511                       4,461

Income (specify):



TOTAL NET EXPENDITURE                                                                              10,450                      38,629                       49,079



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16e.     Analysis of Staff Costs
                                                                                                     04/5                        05/6                      TOTAL
                                                                                                      £                           £                          £
JOB:    Sessional Youth Worker
GRADE: £10 per hour(based on JNC qualified rate)                                                    2,000                       7,000                       9,000
FT/PT:
START:
FINISH:
SALARY:
ONCOST (NI/SUPERANN):

JOB:    Sessional Youth Worker
GRADE: £10 per hour(based on JNC qualified rate                                                     2,000                       7,000                       9,000
FT/PT:
START:
FINISH:
SALARY:
ONCOST (NI/SUPERANN):

JOB:    2 No. Sessional Youth Work Assistants                                                       3,000                      14,000                       17,000
GRADE: £10 per hour(based on JNC qualified rate
FT/PT:
START:
FINISH:
SALARY:
ONCOST (NI/SUPERANN):




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17.      Sources of Funding

                                                         04/5                04/5                04/5               04/5                04/5                  05/6                Total
   Funding                                              1st Qtr             2nd Qtr             3rd Qtr            4th Qtr              Total                  £                   £
                                                           £                   £                   £                  £                  £
   NRF                                                                                                             10,450              10,450               38,629               49,079
   NON NRF                                                                                                            0                  0                   5,453                5,453

   Other Funding                                         04/5                04/5                04/5               04/5                04/5                  05/6               Total
                                                        1st Qtr             2nd Qtr             3rd Qtr            4th Qtr              Total                  £                   £
                                                           £                   £                   £                  £                  £
   City Council Capital
   City Council Revenue
   Other PublicSector:
   ERDF
   ESF
   ONE NorthEast
   Nat. Lottery
   Other Public Bodies (specify):



   Private/Voluntary Sector                                                                                                                                  5,453               5,453
   (specify)
   Unsecured funds:

   In kind contributions
   (specify):


   OTHER FUNDING TOTAL                                                                                                 0                   0                 5,453               5,453


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   GRAND TOTAL




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18.      Status of Other Funding


Source                                Descriptio           Claim/Bid            Date for            Secured           Unsecured                            Other Comments
                                      n of Funds           Submitted           Decision             Funding            Funding
                                                                                                                                           Including Timetable for Consideration
                                                             (Y/N)                on                   £                  £
                                                                                                                                                      of Funding Bids
                                                                               Claim/Bid
Newcastle City
Council
Other Public Sector
Funds
Private/Voluntary                                                                                                          5,453          Bids to be made in 2005
Sector Funds




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19.    Capital Building Projects:
Client Officer


Architect


Initial Estimate


Tender Price


Approved Cost


Agreed Start Date


Proposed Completion Date


Phasing/Timescale




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20.      Option Analysis: defined objectives; options considered; reasons for rejecting
         these and reason this option chosen:

         Do nothing: if consultation work does not go ahead the improvements to the play area
         will not happen in the foreseeable future. Young People will also miss out on the
         opportunity to benefit from becoming engaged in the processes required to bring about
         the redevelopment of a local facility. It would also mean that young people would not
         be given the opportunity to develop skills in confidence building, team building and
         improved communication.

             Employ external consultant : The use of an external; consultant would mean that
         local young people would not be sufficiently involved in the process of developing and
         designing a new service in an area lacking in diversionary activities for young people.

            OOption chosen: The preferred option engages young people from a
         disadvantaged neighbourhood in the process of redeveloping a local facility. It engages
         them in youth work and will help them to better understand and appreciate the need to
         be involved in activities and services which effect their local community. 36 young
         people from the North Benwell Youth Project have already indicated their support for
         this scheme by expressing an interest in becoming involved ininvolved in the
         consultation and design work .

21.      Risk Assessment: identified risks and strategies for overcoming them:


                  11.    .Long Term Absence : in the event of long term absence of the sessional
                  workers the
                pproject manager would be able use the grant to replace them with other qualified
                  sstaff as
                 well as being able to cover for some of the work himself. The North Benwell
                  Youth Project
                has access to a pool of suitably qualified workers who would ,at short notice, be
                  able to
                replacement any staff on long term sick

           2.   Difficulty in agreeing design: The project intends to bring forward four designs to
                be
      considered by the local community. If the local community cannot agree on one of the 4
      designs the project manager would arrange for more consultation to take place
      in order to reach a compromise.

         3. If Home Housing cannot find funding via the Bridging Newcastle Gateshead the
               applications will be made tomade to private trusts and foundations.
         4.3.
22.      Value for Money, including unit costs and comparisons with similar work:

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         The main costs are related to sessional work which has been costed out at the JNC
hourly
          rate for qualified youth work staff. This is in line with Newcastle City Council’s
         methods of
          procurement to ensure value for money.

                 With regard to the independent evaluation, estimates will be requested from at
         least three
           consultants which is also .     This is iin line with Newcastle City Council’s methods
         of
            procurement to ensure value for money.

         The project requires two workers to comply with legislative requirements relating to the
         number of and gender mix of the young people involved in the project .The
         employment of two sessional workers represents 30 hours per week worker time
         which is the amount required to deliver the scheme. The workers will be supported by
         North Benwell Youth Project’s manager and by a number of local volunteers.

23.      Forward Plan: Succession Strategy
          Once the consultation and design work has been completed and estimates received
         from contractors Home Housing intended to source funding from the Bridging
         Newcastle Gateshead to enable the work to go ahead. As mentioned earlier in this
         appraisal Newcastle City Council will continue to be responsible for ongoing
         maintenance costs of the play area

24.      Redundancy:    Will staff employed be eligible for redundancy?
                   Who will be liable for redundancy payment?

         No redundancy payments will be involved. Staff will be employed on fixed term
         contracts and on a sessional basis.


25.      List below any single items of equipment purchased at a value of £2,500 or over:

         None

26.      Recommendations, including any conditions:

         Approve an allocation of £49,079 from the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund subject to
         the following conditions.


         General Conditions:


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         (a)       confirmation of all necessary approvals;
         (b)       continuation of the planned level of NRF funding from Central Government;
         (c)       compliance with the NRF grant conditions;
         (d)       production of progress reports as required by the Preparing for Change
                   Partnership Board;
         (e)       provision of information required for the production of Quarterly Grant Claims
                   and Quarterly Monitoring Report (QMRs) required by the Government Officer
                   North East.

         Conditions Specific to the Project:

         (f)                (f)       Subject to Quality Check                                                                         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering


         (g)       A meeting with the NRF Team Monitoring officer agree specific outputs in                                            Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                   section 14 of this appraisal document which will relate to the Newcastle Plan
                   key indicators.




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27.      Date of Interview
                                            18th January 2005

         Interviewer(s):                    Barbara Johnson - – Assistant Neighbourhood Renewal Fund
                                            Co-ordinator
                                            John Pinnock -– Team Accountant



         Interviewee(s):                    John Derisi -– Project Officer
                                            Mike Robinson -– Manager Community and Voluntary Sector
                                            Support Unit -– NCC



28.      Approval Dates:


         Board
                                                                    26th January 2005

         City Council                                               Not Applicable


         City Council (Capital EExpenditure)                        Not Applicable



29 (a) Is this a block project?                                     NoY/N


29 (b) Is this a gap funded project:                                NoY/N


30.      Does the project require annual                            NoY/N
         appraisal?

31.
         Dates expected to report to Partnership:

         March 2006


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32.      Supporting Documents Attached

         Appendix 1 -– Breakdown of costs



                                                                                                                        Appendix 1



North Benwell Youth Project

 All the following costs are based on taking 6 young people and 2 workers to visit projects in
other parts of the country. These costs are based on the basic accommodation, activity and
transport costs.

                                      Hackney London
                                                                                                            £
Train Fares @£34 per person                                                                               272
Day tickets on London Transport                                                                             56
Youth hostel accommodation                                                                                384
Food and refreshment :£20 per day                                                                         320
Activity(say London Eye) £15 per person                                                                   120
                                 Total                                                                   1,152

                                               Perth
                                                                                                           £
Train Fares @ £22per head                                                                                 160
Local transport                                                                                            64
Youth hostel accommodation                                                                                176
Food and refreshment                                                                                      320
Activity                                                                                                  120
                                                                            Total                         840

                                 Nottingham or Bradford

Train fares @£32 per head                                                                                256
Local transport                                                                                             64
Youth hostel accommodation                                                                                288
Food and refreshment                                                                                      320
Activity                                                                                                 120
                                                                            Total                        1,084

Several local visits and activities including residentialincluding
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residential events will be required. This will include transport cost, cost                              5,000
of additional cconsultation, meetings, refreshment etc

                                                                            Total                        £8,067

The value of these visits is that they give young people an informal education in the area of
redevelopment ,thus developing their confidence and knowledge in the areas they wish to
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