DELIVERY PLAN YEAR 7 (20067) by uee19558

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									                 27/06/2006



FINAL VERSION WITH YORKSHIRE FORWARD




       DELIVERY PLAN
       YEAR 7 (2006/7)



       Building Foundations
        For a Better Future




              Merchants House
             19 Peckover Street
               Little Germany
             Bradford BD1 5BD
              Tel: 01274 435381
                            INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT

      The Accountable Body and Yorkshire Forward have agreed a number of
      strategic measures to ensure that the REGEN 2000/BD3 Regeneration
      Programme will be able to fully spend its lifetime Single Regeneration Budget
      (SRB) allocation of £28.070 million to continue to support regeneration within
      the BD3 area. These measures are new governance arrangements, a staffing
      restructure of the programmes management arrangements, a one-year
      extension and refocusing the REGEN 2000 /BD3 Programme to reflect more
      accurately the economic focus of the Programme. The Accountable Body has
      worked closely with its officers to produce an accurate and realistic Delivery
      Plan to move the Programme into its final phase towards a Forward Strategy
      which will sustain achievement.

Purpose of the Scheme

      The purpose of the Scheme remains as stated in the original bid document.
      This is to regenerate the eastern part of Bradford’s inner city area (a map of
      the regeneration area is given in Appendix 1). The Scheme has planned in a
      one-year extension resulting in an eight year programme of area-based
      economic regeneration initiatives taking the Programme to Year 8
      (2007/2008). The extension will provide sufficient time for the REGEN
      2000/BD3 Programme to meet its financial spend targets, picking up any
      previous year’s under spend; and time for innovative capital projects to
      become firmly embedded within the Programme. Table 1 ‘Projects and
      Impact’ details the key Programme priority - ‘Connecting People to Economic
      Opportunities’ which focuses on wide ranging economic opportunities for
      local people and businesses within the BD3 area. The Table indicates how
      various projects within the Programme link directly to the Regional Economic
      Strategy.
      (Draft RES 2006 – 2007)

2.    Progress on Year 6 (2005/6)

2.1   Progress in 2005/6

      There were a number of key objectives for Year 6:

The first objective required a comprehensive review of governance arrangements
for the Programme; the revised arrangements are described in section 9.
The second objective was to realign the Programme with expectations of both
Yorkshire Forward and the Accountable Body, in partnership with the community;
this called for a full Programme Review and re-evaluation of all projects within the
current Programme, resulting in some projects being curtailed and others being
totally withdrawn from the Programme. To facilitate the process a ‘Project
Prioritisation’ Model was developed. The model builds on the existing Project
Appraisal Process and provides a clear mechanism for identifying ‘new’/additional
projects which demonstrate a clear economic focus and therefore suitable for
inclusion in the Programme (see section 12 for greater detail). Both Accountable
Body officers and Community representatives made contributions to the
prioritisation process. A weighting process was used to arrive at the prioritised
project list, which was then considered by Accountable Body Board.
Having achieved the latter objective, it was important to quickly re-establish and
visibly demonstrate the economic focus of the Programme to our partners. In
particular, it was crucial to win back the confidence of the community by clear
examples of ‘visible progress’; this was confirmed by for example a start on site of
the Myra Shay Community & Sport Facilities project and progressing major housing
improvement schemes such as the REGEN 2000 Match Incentive Phase 2 and the
Environmental Improvement Scheme – Phase I projects. In addition, the Local
Investment Fund Project (I) continued to act as a catalyst for inward investment by
businesses in the area.

      Regenerating the local economy has been and continues to be at the heart of
      the Programme and generating Tier 3 output targets such as maximising the
      numbers of local people from the area obtaining jobs was a main priority;
      projects detailed under section 2.2 were those projects which made a
      significant contribution towards improving employment opportunities for local
      residents. Priorities for the year were integral to the Regional Economic
      Strategy (Draft RES 2006 – 2007) and directly contributed towards improving
      the economic performance of the area, sub-region and the region as a whole.
      These priorities were as follows:

      (i) Connecting People to Economic Opportunities
      (ii)  Defining the Forward Strategy

      Years 2007-2008 will continue this focus and will seek to strengthen the
      Programme’s contribution to Tier 3 Output Targets and progress the Forward
      Strategy. The extension to the scheme is subject to the performance of the
      Programme.

2.2   Connecting People to Economic Opportunities and Economic Performance

      Year 6 priorities maintained a focus on meeting the objectives of the Regional
      Economic Strategy, in essence continuing to improve the economic
      performance with the projects it has approved to date. Table 1 indicates how
      aspects of the Programme link directly to the Regional Economic Strategy
      and below is a summary of those projects delivering clear economic benefits.
      The mechanisms to maximise local people securing employment, both within
      the area or out of the area are now well established and continue to deliver.
      The theme of local people into jobs at a sub-regional level will continue as an
      integral part of the Programme. The Programme will continue to generate
      Tier 3 Output Targets through:

Improving employability
           Removing barriers to employment and                strengthening    equal
           opportunities
           Promoting community economic development
           Supporting the development of local Business

      A commitment to continued business support ensured the area’s increased
business competitiveness with a number of initiatives directly targeted at
local businesses. The Regen 2000 Supporting Business Project 2 and the REGEN
2000 Employment Link project provide the necessary gateway for local businesses
to receive quality advice and support; and for local people to gain key skills and
access jobs.

The following projects are examples which have made significant contributions to
RES objectives by delivering clear economic benefits

(1)   The REGEN 2000 Supporting Business Project 2 (a continuation of the
      Business Support Project) continues to provide quality advice, support and
      grant aid to local businesses based in the BD3 area. Since its establishment
      the Project has provided support to 178 new business start ups and provided
      advice to over 500 businesses.

(2)   The REGEN 2000 Employment Link has assisted over 350 residents to
      obtain jobs, with over 228 people trained and 64 gaining qualifications.

The Customer Focus contact Centre has created over 200 New Jobs since opening
     and assisted 42 residents obtain qualifications.

The Local Investment Fund has created over 2,440 m2 of new business/commercial
      floor space.

Physical attractiveness both residential and commercial has also proven a key
ingredient in attracting investment into the area from new and existing businesses.
Similarly, the synergy effects gained from a range of crime reduction projects (see
Schedule A – Fighting Crime) have also contributed towards improved business
confidence and increased local pride in the area. There has been a significant
reduction in many categories of reported crime and the combined effects have seen
the value of housing continue to increase.

Increased business confidence can be demonstrated by the low number of vacant
business premises; high demand for business support, the Gateways Shop Front
Improvement Scheme and Gateways Improvements stimulating increased inward
investment in the area. 164 commercial premises are currently shown as being
empty in the Regen 2000 area which is 16.5% of all the commercial premises in the
area. The figure equates favourably with the district figure of 15.2%. The
programmes aim is that by 2010 that the Regen 2000 area should have a level of
empty commercial premises no higher than district average. Bradford Chamber also
reports a significant increase in attendance by 50% at their local Business Forums
Additionally over 90 businesses attended their most recent event ‘Grant Information
Day” which resulted in a marked increase in the number of one to one
appointments with business advisors and applications for three security grants, two
start up grants and one business development grant.

The introduction of the Accountable Body Board has had a positive impact on
the delivery of the scheme. This has enabled key capital projects such as the
Myra Shay Sports and Community Project and the Carlton Bolling College
Design and Construction Centre of Excellence to be progressed with greater
expediency without compromise to transparency and accountability. In
addition overall spend targets have been retrieved through a strong
performance in Q3 &4, outputs have been achieved and the Programme
comprehensively reviewed.
    Table 1         Impact on the RES (Draft 2006 - 2015)
                                                                                   REGEN 2000 Strategic
        Priority             Projects and Impact              RES Objectives
                                                                                       Objectives

Connecting People to     Regen 2000 Supporting                   1(A) 1(B)                  1
Economic Opportunities   Business Project 2 (a
                         continuation of Business
                         Support      Project):  This               1 (B)                   1
                         project continued to provide
                         support to businesses for               1(A) 1(B)                  1
                         setting up or developing
                         further in the area.

                         Bradford Enterprise Fund:                  6(B)                    1
                         This provides loans to those
                         businesses     that    would
                         otherwise be unable to gain
                         assistance from elsewhere               1(A) 6(B)                  1
                         and are operating in the
                         REGEN 2000 area.                           2(B)                    1

                         Regen Business Project
                         (completed 31 Dec 05):                  2(B) 2(F)                  1
                         This    provided     financial
                         support to businesses to
                         enable them to trade                    2(D) 2(E)                  1
                         through the internet. Project
                         f financially complete and
                         would contribute to RES.                1(C) 2(D)                  1

                         Connecting         the      City:
                         Enabling works have been            1(A) 1(B) 1(C) 6(E)            1
                         completed         and        the
                         developer       has        taken
                         possession of the site, with
                         90% of the demolition works             2(A) 2(E)
                         completed and on track for                                         1
                         full completion end April.
                         The ‘visible’ evidence of               4(B) 4(E)
                         major regeneration has                                             1
                         contributed to a different,
                         more progressive image of
                         the City in relation to it being
                         more economically attractive
                         to businesses outside the
                         region. Project staff have
                         engaged in discussions with
                         Links 2 Team to undertake
                         pre-recruitment training to
                         link local people into local
                         opportunities which will arise
                         out     of      this       major
                         regeneration initiative.

                         Little    Germany        &
                         Cathedral          Quarter
                         Physical    Enhancement
                         Scheme:      This     has
                         supported a number of
                         developments    in   Little
                         Germany and the Cathedral
                         Quarter.

                         Fastrain (completed 30
                         Sep 05): This project
                         supported businesses in the
                         two corridors to ensure that
                         they     maintained     high
                         standards in Food Hygiene
                         and Health & Safety in order
                         to make businesses more
                         competitive and secure
                         further custom. The project
                         was targeted at the many
food outlets on Leeds Road.

Public          Procurement
Workout        Toolkit    for
Businesses and Social
Enterprises: This project
provides training and advice
to businesses in the REGEN
2000 area, to maximise
opportunities for them to
secure       public    sector
contracts e.g. in the supply
of food for Council events.

Bradford     Chamber       of
Commerce       Membership
Deal (completed 30 Jun
05):     This       connected
businesses       to     wider
economic        opportunities
offered through membership
of    the     Chamber       of
Commerce. Businesses in
the REGEN 2000 area
would be able to network
with a wider range of
businesses     from     other
sectors and other parts of
Bradford.

Local Investment Fund:
Six businesses have already
been funded through this
fund, which sets out to
support businesses which
can     provide   maximum
benefit to the REGEN 2000
area in respect of jobs and
their own investment in the
area.

Gateways       Programme:
This project (now complete)
had a significant impact on
improving the appearance of
both the Leeds Road and
Barkerend Road corridors
into the City. The housing
facelift    Scheme       on
Barkerend Road led to
further    private   sector
investment in the form of
luxury flats, which have
been occupied now at the
old Pollard Middle School
site. This in turn has
encouraged businesses on
Barkerend Road to refurbish
their shop fronts with and
without state aid from
REGEN 2000.

REGEN       2000     Social
Enterprise Agency: This
project (now complete),
supported the development
of Social Enterprises with
the REGEN 2000 area. The
project made a major
contribution to connecting
community groups in the
REGEN 2000 area with
economic opportunities by
assisting social enterprises
to increase capacity and
become more sustainable.
                  Project      is     financially
                  complete        but     would
                  contribute to RES.

                  REGEN 2000 Employment
                  Link: Assisted over 350
                  residents to obtain jobs.

                  .




2.3   Defining the Forward Strategy

      In June 2005 consultants carried out an exercise to identify potential options
      and explore the most appropriate forward strategy for the REGEN 2000/BD3
      Regeneration Programme. The Steering Group will meet in Quarter 1(2006/7)
      of this year to explore further the findings of the report and determine a
      timetable to progress work towards identifying the most appropriate options
      required for the REGEN 2000/BD3 Programme to ensure that the momentum
      for continued economic growth in the area is sustained (See Section 8).
2.4   2005/6 Spend and Outputs

      The Programme has contributed to Tier 3 Output targets as detailed in
      Schedule D and helped improve the economic performance of the area. The
      Programme is on course to exceed its Year 6 spend target of £4.43 million by
      at least £1.2 million.

2.5   Programme Spend Profile

      A greater emphasis will be given towards ensuring that the REGEN
      2000/BD3 Regeneration Programme has a more balanced investment/spend
      allocation to better reflect the overall economic focus of the Programme,
      whilst still supporting other complimentary themes. A full Programme review
      and reprofiling exercise was carried out Year 6 Q4 (2005/6) to ascertain
      individual project performance and predicted performance against remaining
      targets/schedules.      Projects with an economic focus and capable of
      delivering Tier 3 output targets have been given greater priority and where
      opportunities present any unallocated funding has been targeted towards
      economic projects. Schedule D shows a profile to March 2010 which
      demonstrates a more balanced Programme performance through key
      projects which form the foundations of the REGEN 2000/BD3 Programme.

2.6   Project Contingencies

      Twenty five projects at varying stages of development were placed on a
      ‘reserve list’ as part of contingency measures to ensure that the REGEN
      2000/BD3 Programme meets its overall lifetime spend targets. Projects
      placed on the reserve list were over and above the portfolio of projects which
      formed the Year 6 Programme. A Project Prioritisation exercise (See section
      12) was subsequently carried out on the ‘reserve’ projects to ensure that only
      the most suitable projects remained on the reserve list. Projects were only
      deemed suitable if they had an economic focus that would either bolster or
       plug gaps in the existing Programme. Table 2 shows the results of the
       Prioritisation Appraisal Process summarising those projects deemed suitable
       for inclusion in the current Programme under the Economy & Jobs Theme.




       Table 2 Prioritised Projects

                                           Total
                                                      Total Project Cost
Name of Project      Description       SRB Allocation                          Economic
                                                              £
                                             £                                   Outputs
                                                                           Tier 3
              Project provides                                             9Aiii £805k
              shop owners with                                             Other
              grants    towards                                            2D – 380; 5Bi –
              50% of the costs                                             28; 5Bii – 53; 6C
              of      the works                                            – 105;
              relating to shop
              Front
              improvements.
Gateways Shop This is targeted
                                              500,000          950,000
Fronts Scheme support to local
              businesses      to
              encourage them
              to        carryout
              physical
              improvements to
              shops based on
              the          main
              gateways.

Local Investment                              200,000        1,400,000 Tier 3
Fund 2           Project seeks to                                      1Ai – 18;
                 secure        large                                   9Aiii-£1.2m
                 scale       inward
                 investment.
                                                                           Other
                 Businesses have
                 to        provide                                         2Bi– 1200;
                 substantial                                               2Bii – 60;
                 economic                                                  6C – 3;
                 benefits        and
                 outputs in the
                 regeneration
                 area including at
                 least 6 jobs for
                 local people for a
                 grant of up to
                 100,000 Euros.
                 Businesses will
                 receive
                 comprehensive
                 business support
                 from the
                 Chamber        of
                 Commerce
                 business advisor,
                 including in the
                 grant application
                 process as well
                 as on-going post
                 grant support

                                                              Tier 3
New Lane         Bradford              800,000      2,375,474 1Ai – 33; 1Aii –
Incubator Park   Chamber of                                   34;
                 Commerce aims                                1D – 34
                 to build an                                  2Cii – 14
                 incubator and
                                                              6B – 0.92Ha;
                 managed
                 workspace for                                9Aiii - £650K
                 new and
                 innovative Small                             Other
                 and Medium                                   1Aiii – 500
                 Enterprises                                  2A – 17; 2Ci –
                 (SMEs). The                                  34;
                 project will
                                                              2Ciii – 12;
                 provide
                 substantial                                  1Gi – 25;
                 economic outputs                             2Bi – 1814m2;
                 for Regen                                    5Bii – 1;
                 2000/BD3                                     12A – 7




Total                  1,500,000      4,725,474

        The prioritised projects were identified through a process where Accountable
        Body Officers and Community Representatives scored the projects
        individually then ‘weighting’ was applied.




        Community Representatives prioritised Development of Gilpin Street Project.
        However, the project was considered not to support Yorkshire Forward’s
        funding requirement of producing substantial tier 3 outputs. Furthermore this
        large capital project had at the time of prioritisation process, number of
        crucial cost elements outstanding. Accountable Body Board decided that the
     project couldn’t be progressed further until it is fully developed.

     Project list was prioritised to projects which maximised Tier 3 outputs, were
     able to deliver within remaining timescales of the programme and likely to
     secure funding from Yorkshire Forward.

3.   Year 7 (2006/7) Delivery Plan priorities

     The programme is on target to achieve its overall spend targets for Year 6;
     however, target spend for future years remains very challenging. The priority
     to ‘Connect People to Economic Opportunity’ will remain for 2006/7, together
     with a major emphasis on progressing the Forward Strategy (see Section 8),
     which will be designed to bring a positive element of sustainability to existing
     projects where success has been and will continue to be achieved. New
     projects included within the current Programme having an economic focus
     have been prioritised to ensure delivery of Tier 3 outputs; although significant
     additional Tier 3 outputs may not be realised from these projects, during Year
     7 as they are scheduled to be produced in subsequent years.

     Connecting the Cities Project will work closely with the Links 2 Team to
     prepare local residents for opportunities in the construction/ service/ retail
     and other sectors arising out of the major development of the City Centre.
     Project staff have already engaged in discussions with Links 2 Team to
     undertake pre-recruitment training to get local people job ready.

     The New Lane Incubator Park should compliment the Council’s successful
     Local Enterprise Growth initiative LEGI bid. REGEN 2000/BD3 Programme
     provides the LEGI Programme with opportunities to hit the ground running by
     presenting ‘ready to go’ projects focussing on providing affordable business
     premises and support for local entrepreneurs, social enterprises and
     community businesses as well as additional support to standard
     private/commercial enterprises.

4.   How the Year 7 Delivery Plan will contribute to the Economic
     Performance of the REGEN 2000 area, sub-region and region

     The priorities will continue to meet the objectives of the Regional Economic
     Strategy (Draft 2006 – 2015). Year 7 of the Programme will continue to
     improve the economic performance with the projects it has approved to date.
     A Prioritisation Appraisal Model has been developed for use when
     considering any new/additional projects for inclusion in the Programme. The
     model ensures that only those projects with a clear economic focus score
     high enough in the appraisal process to be considered as a priority for
     selection.
     A prioritisation exercise carried out on a large number of projects on the
     ‘Reserve List’ (see section 12), resulted in a further three key economic
     projects being prioritised for approval consideration by Yorkshire Forward.
     The following are examples of key projects which generate Tier 3 outputs and
     contribute towards improving the overall economic performance of the
     Programme and/or tackle future skill needs.
Carlton Bolling College Design and Construction Centre of Excellence
The purpose of this project is to create a centre of excellence for construction
training and architectural and surveying related courses for adults and young
people of 14 to 19 year olds. The project is expected to provide trainees and
fully qualified workers in construction trade. Linkages are being made with
the regeneration work in the city centre so that jobs created are filled with
local people. £1,500,000 SRB funding is approved by the Accountable Body,
Steering Group and Yorkshire Forward.

Gateways Shop Fronts Scheme
The purpose of this project is to provide Shop owners with grants for 50% of
the costs of the works relating to shop Front improvements, including
associated works. This is a targeted support to local businesses to
encourage them to carryout physical improvements to shops based on
gateways. £500K SRB funding is prioritised for this project by the
Accountable Body and Steering Groups. A revised project will be submitted to
YF for appraisal in Q1

Local Investment Fund 2
The purpose of the project is to secure large scales inward investment. The
business has to provide substantial economic benefits and outputs in the
regeneration area including at least 6 jobs for local people for a grant of
100,000 Euros. The business will receive comprehensive business support
from the Chamber of Commerce business advisor, including the grant
application process as well as on-going post grant support. Businesses will
be obliged to comply with both State Aid and SRB rules. £200K SRB funding
is prioritised for this project by the Accountable Body.

New Lane Incubator Park
Bradford Chamber of Commerce aims to build an incubator and managed
workspace for new and innovative Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
The project will provide substantial economic outputs for Regen 2000/BD3
Programme and will have significant impact upon generating new local
businesses and provision of business support to the existing economy. As
part of the project 2.27 hectors of brown-field site will be cleared and brought
back into business related usage. £800K SRB funding is prioritised for this
project by the Accountable Body. This project is now approved by Yorkshire
Forward and has also secured ERDF funding.


Laisterdyke Business College Skills Academy
The purpose of this project is to create a training centre for motor, plumbing,
electrical, child care and hair dressing related courses for adults and young
people of 14 to 19 year old. The project involves private sector partners to
ensure traineeship places and employment opportunities for local people.
£1,500,000 SRB funding is approved by the Accountable Body, Steering
Group and YF.
5.    Community Involvement and Progress against the Active Partners
      Benchmarks

5.1   Community Involvement in Future Strategy

      Sustaining the achievements of the Programme and ensuring that the long
      term economic and social gains continue to benefit the BD3 community post
      SRB is a key requisite of the Forward Strategy. The expectancy is that future
      needs may well change, but preconditioning work including quality
      community capacity building courses have undoubtedly equipped many local
      activists/volunteers with the necessary tools, knowledge, skills and resources
      to tackle new community challenges, helping to sustain the momentum of the
      ‘change process’ into the future post SRB.

      For sustainability to be achieved and the future needs of the community
      addressed requires continued community involvement throughout the
      transition process both pre and post Programme completion. As part of a
      Strategic Review it was determined that community involvement should be
      an integral part of the Forward Strategy development, as it could provide the
      vehicle for sustained community involvement in the Programme at all levels.
      Community representatives on the Steering Group have expressed a real
      interest and urgency in starting work to progress the Forward Strategy and
      will be central to the process. The findings of the Forward Strategy Evaluation
      Report points towards a Parish Council model for the BD3 area, however this
      is a matter which will require a considerable amount of discussion and
      consideration by the Steering Group an with the community before a
      preferred option can be determined.

      A continued commitment towards grass roots Community Capacity Building
      activity will also feed directly into preparing local people to contribute to and
      engage in the Forward Strategy process.

      A review of community involvement is currently being undertaken and will be
      reported on in Q2.


Community Learning Fund

      Community Learning Fund was established to provide financial support to
      local organisations enabling them to start community based activities such as
      education classes for young people, forming specific interest groups and
      setting up organisational bases. 13 applications were approved of which 5
      were supported during Year 6; the remaining 7 organisations will draw their
      funding in year 7 (2006/7). This project has helped to increase the capacity of
      organisations to deliver quality services in the BD3 area, addressed legal
      structure issues, resulting in increasing sustainability of organisations and in
      some instances opportunities for creating employment.
5.3   Active Partners Benchmarks
      The involvement of the local community will continue to be evaluated against
      the benchmarks as set out in Yorkshire Forward’s Active Partners document.
      This evaluation will be done as an ongoing basis and will be embedded
      within the Forward Strategy process. Table 3 gives an update on the Active
      Partners benchmarks with progress against targets.
Table 3        Progress against Active Partners Benchmarks
               (An update on progress against the Active Partners Benchmarks will be carried out
      in Q2)

   Dimension of Community
                                        Benchmarks                              Progress
        Participation

          Influence          The community is recognised as an    Three projects are approved and
                             equal partner at all stages of the   operational which directly aim to
                             process                              maximise the participation of the
                                                                  community as an equal partner, at all
                                                                  stages of the process of regeneration.
                                                                  These are the, R2k Community
                                                                  Regeneration Traineeships Project
                                                                  and the R2k ICT E-Enabling
                                                                  Communities Project. Phase I of the
                                                                  project is approved by YF. A full
                                                                  application for funding for the
                                                                  continuation/expansion of this project
                                                                  has not yet been submitted to
                                                                  Yorkshire Forward. The Active &
                                                                  Equal Partners Project was amongst
                                                                  these projects but funding has since
                                                                  been     withdrawn.   Further    more
                                                                  discussions to take place with
                                                                  community members to establish and
                                                                  enable the means to encourage
                                                                  involvement in the regeneration
                                                                  programme         (Training       and
                                                                  involvement).

          Influence          There is meaningful community         The Accountable Body will, following
                             representation on all decision-making the implementation of the new
                             bodies from initiation.               governance arrangements work with
                                                                   partners to re-establish meaningful
                                                                   community representation in decision
                                                                   making processes.

                                                                  Through the Active & Equal Partners
                                                                  Project, Community Board Directors
                                                                  and Active Partners had access to ICT
                                                                  equipment. They have undertaken
                                                                  some formalised training in the
                                                                  delivery of the Programme. This will
                                                                  help build a skills base beyond the
                                                                  lifetime of the current scheme and will
                                                                  underpin aspects of the Forward
                                                                  Strategy.


          Influence          All community members have the       Steering Group meetings remain open
                             opportunity to participate.          to public. Endeavours will be made to
                                                                  proactively inform public of these
                                                                  meetings.

                                                                  Valuable feedback is received from
                                                                  the community via the Regen 2000
                                                                  magazine. BD3 magazine, in future
                                                                  will be published at regular intervals.
                                                                  Current Regen 2000 website to be
                                                                  updated.

                                                                  There is regular attendance at
                                                                  Neighbourhood Forums by staff and
                                                                  Board members.

                                                                  The      R2K     ICT     E-Enabling
                                                                  Communities     Project   has    put
                                                                  computers in the homes of residents
                                                                  in the area and provided access to
                                                                  affordable broadband. This is to be
                                                                  pursued through establishing e-
                                                      learning foundation in conjunction with
                                                      local ISP provider.


Influence     Communities have access to, and         REGEN 2000 Officers currently
              control over, resources.                service and support community
                                                      members through meetings.

                                                      The Active & Equal Partners Project
                                                      provided much-needed resources to
                                                      Board and Active partners in respect
                                                      of training and development and
                                                      computer equipment and support. The
                                                      Project has established 4 community
                                                      resource centres in the area. Assets
                                                      purchased by REGEN 2000 which will
                                                      provide an asset base option for a
                                                      forward strategy providing a potential
                                                      vehicle for a successor body with a
                                                      community led board after the lifetime
                                                      of the Programme. REGEN 2000 has
                                                      funded the Womenzone Community
                                                      Centre which has provided a major
                                                      resource for women in the REGEN
                                                      2000 area.



Inclusivity   The diversity of local communities        The following Community Interest
              and interests are reflected at all levels Groups have been supported by the
              of the regeneration process.              Programme         through     dedicated
                                                        projects     which     enabled     their
                                                        participation in the regeneration of the
                                                        area:

                                                      Bangladeshi Community Association
                                                      (Bangladeshi Community Capacity
                                                      Building Project)
                                                      Gujerati Community (Apna Ghar
                                                      project)
                                                      Women (Womenzone Community
                                                      Centre project and the Childcare,
                                                      Lifelong Learning and Employability
                                                      Project)
                                                      Sikh Community (Community Fund
                                                      project and the Disabled Access Lift in
                                                      Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara)
                                                      Asian Disability Project (Ilaan Project)
                                                      African-Caribbean Community
                                                      (Bradford Urban Music Project)
                                                      Otley Road Residents (Community
                                                      Works project)
                                                      Arts groups (MAMCE Project)
                                                      Sikh Conference
                                                      Assisi House
                                                      St Clement’s Church through the
                                                      Anchor Project
                                                      Pollard Park Asian Women’s Centre
                                                      Hindu Cultural Society
                                                      Karmand Community Centre


Inclusivity   Equal opportunities policies are in     REGEN       2000/BD3     Programme
              place and implemented.                  adheres to its Accountable Body’s
                                                      (Bradford       Council)      Equal
                                                      Opportunities Policy.

                                                      Recruitment and selection panels
                                                      have had representation from women
                                                      and ethnic minorities.

                                                      The staff of REGEN 2000/BD3
                                                      Programme are reflective of the
                                                      communities served, and also has
                                                      ethnic minority staff at senior
                                                      management levels.
                                                       The     Steering     Group’s     well
                                                       represented by      ethnic    minority
                                                       communities.       The        majority
                                                       representation   being     from   the
                                                       Pakistani/Kashmiri Community in the
                                                       area.

                                                       Policies will be further developed in
                                                       Year 7 for the successor body of the
                                                       REGEN 2000 Programme.

                                                       Staff attends the Departmental Equal
                                                       Opportunities based groups and have
                                                       recently participated in a survey on
                                                       race equality in the work place.


  Inclusivity   Unpaid workers/volunteer activists are Expenses have continued to be
                valued.                                provided to volunteers who attend
                                                       conferences. Volunteers have also
                                                       taken part in the publicity of projects.

                                                       There is a policy in place to ensure
                                                       that community members are visibly
                                                       associated with REGEN 2000/BD3
                                                       articles appearing in either the news
                                                       magazine or the local press.



Communication   A two-way information strategy is      A dedicated Communications Project
                developed and implemented.             was approved in 2002. An evaluation
                                                       was carried out in 2004/5, and based
                                                       on this a further project has been
                                                       developed to continue the work of the
                                                       first project for another year, whilst
                                                       developing a social enterprise to
                                                       continue the production of the
                                                       magazine and other communication
                                                       functions for the final two years of the
                                                       Programme, and subsequently the
                                                       successor body beyond 2008. To note
                                                       the impact of the first Communications
                                                       Project, the following key points from
                                                       the evaluation are quoted below:

                                                       “…There are clear indicators that the
                                                       project has succeeded in its aim of
                                                       “providing a vital mechanism for
                                                       communication with the community”.

                                                       “The need for good community
                                                       communications will not diminish
                                                       during the lifetime of Regen 2000 and
                                                       there is an ongoing requirement to
                                                       maintain and reinforce existing
                                                       communication programmes”.

                                                       “It would be timely to develop a new
                                                       communications       strategy    which
                                                       encompasses and reinforces the
                                                       existing activities and addresses the
                                                       new requirements of reputation-
                                                       building and marketing to investors”.

                                                       “The team have the necessary skills
                                                       and a core of expertise which could
                                                       be translated, perhaps as a social
                                                       enterprise, into a business which
                                                       provides communications services to
                                                       regeneration initiatives within Bradford
                                                       and/or the region, as well as to
                                                       expanding     local     business    and
                                                       community projects”.
                                                    REGEN 2000 has had an interactive
                                                    website in operation over the last two
                                                    years for members of the public, and
                                                    in particular residents of the REGEN
                                                    2000 area, to access information
                                                    about the Programme.


Communication   Programme and project procedures    REGEN 2000 has successfully
                are clear and accessible.           established    its    Communications
                                                    Project.   Publicity guidelines have
                                                    been provided to all Project Managers
                                                    to    ensure    project    activity   is
                                                    appropriately      advertised,      and
                                                    accessed by target groups in the area.
                                                    The guidelines ensure that the
                                                    involvement     of   REGEN         2000,
                                                    Bradford Council and Yorkshire
                                                    Forward are publicised. Also ‘Publicity’
                                                    is an on-going agenda item at the
                                                    regular    meetings     with     Project
                                                    Managers.



  Capacity      Communities are resourced to        A number of projects have now been
                participate.                        approved and are now operational to
                                                    address this benchmark. The Active &
                                                    Equal Partners Project equipped
                                                    Community Board Directors and
                                                    Active Partners with ICT equipment; in
                                                    addition, it has established 4
                                                    community resource centres.           A
                                                    training   programme       for   Board
                                                    Directors and Active Partners has
                                                    commenced.        The R2k ICT E-
                                                    Enabling Communities Project has
                                                    provided residents with access to
                                                    affordable    broadband      and   ICT
                                                    equipment.      The R2k Community
                                                    Fund has provided financial support to
                                                    community/voluntary groups in the
                                                    area to carryout activities aimed to
                                                    encourage         participation      in
                                                    regeneration.

                                                    Expenses for childcare have been
                                                    available throughout the lifetime of the
                                                    Programme.


  Capacity      Understanding, knowledge and skills Tailored Programme of training for has
                are developed to support partnership been    delivered   to    community
                working.                             members working with REGEN
                                                     2000/BD3 Programme and area to
                                                     enhance partnership working.
6.   Local Needs and District Wide Priorities

     The Programme will continue to link with the Community Strategy produced
     by the Council and Bradford Vision (the Local Strategic Partnership for
     Bradford). At a practical level, the Programme will continue to be represented
     in the Area-Based Regeneration Programmes Strategic Partnership and its
     successor body. This will maintain and develop the area’s contribution to
     district-wide priorities and provides a valuable link with Bradford Vision and
     the neighbourhood renewal agenda. Table 4 shows current linkages with the
     Community Strategy.

     Major regeneration work focused on the City centre comes under
     ‘Connecting the Cities’ Project. This project will work closely with the Links 2
     Team to prepare local residents for opportunities in the retail sector arising
     out of the major development of the City Centre. Project staff have already
     engaged in discussions with Links 2 Team to undertake pre-recruitment
     training to get local people job ready.

     The success of the Bradford Local Enterprise Growth Initiative (LEGI) bid
     should provide additional opportunities for innovative educational, enterprise
     and business development for residents across the BD3 area. One clear
     example is the REGEN 2000/BD3 Programmes New Lane Incubator Park
     project, this should provides the LEGI Programme with opportunities to hit
     the ground running by presenting a ‘ready to go’ project focussing on
     providing affordable business premises and support for local entrepreneurs,
     social enterprises and community businesses as well as additional support to
     standard private/commercial enterprises. The other obvious example is that it
     presents an opportunity for grant funding for projects falling in the BD3 area
     which fit the LEGI criteria.



7.   Compliance with ‘Effective Partnerships’, the Race                   Relations
     Amendment Act’, ‘Employment Equalities Regulations’

     The Council has an Equalities Service, and has set up departmental equality
     lead officers to mainstream equality issues throughout the Council. The role
     of the lead officer is to act as a link between the Equalities Service and
     individual departments. They will be the first point of contact for equality
     matters and race relations, and will have responsibility for ensuring a
     responsive advice service. The Department of Regeneration and Housing
     has an Equalities Working Group, which is responsible for an action plan of
     which this programme is a part.
    Table 4 Linkages with the Community Strategy:


                                 SRB Objective and RES (Draft        Key Projects linking to
 Community Strategy priorities
                                    2006-2015) Objectives             Community Strategy

An economically prosperous       SO1, RES Objectives 1,2,3and 6 Regen 2000 Supporting Business
district                                                        Project 2, Local Investment Fund,
                                                                Little Germany & Cathedral
                                                                Quarter Physical Enhancement
                                                                Scheme, Customer Focussed
                                                                Contact      Centre,     Bradford
                                                                Enterprise Fund, REGEN 2000
                                                                Employment Link, Little Germany
                                                                & Cathedral Quarter Physical
                                                                Enhancement              Scheme,
                                                                Connecting the City (Forster
                                                                Square Development),


A district of excellence and     SO3, RES Objective 4           R2k Education Achievement &
learning                                                        Economic            Regeneration
                                                                Programme which includes the
                                                                BD3        Extended       Schools
                                                                Programme, Community Learning
                                                                Fund and Primary School ICT
                                                                Inclusion and Attainment projects,
                                                                R2k Community Regeneration
                                                                Traineeships Project, Carlton
                                                                Bolling College Design and
                                                                Construction       Centre       of
                                                                Excellence, Train 4 Careers, BD3
                                                                Internet Café


Safer communities                SO4, RES Objective 3(C) ii,    Regen CCTV, Reclaiming the
                                                                Greenway, S.P.E.E.D. Securing
                                                                Properties Project 3, Community
                                                                Fire Safety & Arson Reduction
                                                                Project

Health is everybody’s business   SO5, RES Objective 3(C) ii.    R2k Community Sports Project,
                                                                Community Sport, Training and
                                                                Employment Project, Myra Shay
                                                                Community & Sport Facilities,
                                                                Childcare, Lifelong Learning &
                                                                Employability              Project,
                                                                Womenzone Community Centre,
                                                                Speech and Language Therapy
                                                                Positive Action Training Scheme


A good district to live in       All objectives                 All projects.


Culture – living, learning working SO3 and SO6, RES Objective 2 & Communications Project R2k -
and playing                        3                              Phase 2, R2k Community Fund II
                                                                  Project, Eastbrook Hall (under
                                                                  Little Germany & Cathedral
                                                                  Quarter Physical Enhancement
                                                                  Scheme)


Strong communities and a better SO6, RES Objective 3 & 4        R2k Community Fund II Project,
district for all.                                               R2k ICT E-Enabling Communities
Project, Communications Project
R2k - Phase 2.
8.   Forward Strategy

     Sustaining the achievements of the Programme and ensuring that the long
     term economic and social gains continue to benefit the BD3 community post
     SRB is a key requisite of the Forward Strategy.

     The expectancy is that future needs may well change, but preconditioning
     work including quality community capacity building courses have undoubtedly
     equipped many local activists/volunteers with the necessary tools,
     knowledge, skills and resources to tackle new community challenges, helping
     to sustain the momentum of the ‘change process’ into the future post SRB.
     For sustainability to be achieved and the future needs of the community
     addressed requires continued community involvement throughout the
     transition process both pre and post Programme completion.

     Consultants completed a report in Year 6 assessing the need for and
     identifying options available to the REGEN 2000/BD3 Programme in
     establishing a Forward Strategy for the Programme.

     The key issue is, if those tangible assets developed throughout the life of the
     Programme are to be held in trust for the primary use of the BD3 community,
     that a legal entity will need to be established for this purpose.

     The report considers a number of legal structures that could potentially be
     used to hold and manage assets on behalf of the community..

     A timetable will be established during Q1which will ensure that these
     recommendations are fully discussed by the Steering Group, along with the
     other options before any decisions can be taken. Once an option is
     determined upon and accepted then resources will need to be allocated to
     undertake the necessary partner consultations and detailed investigation of
     the implementation process.

     The Forward Strategy, however it is formulated, must focus on ensuring the
     sustainability of projects funded through the programme and ensure the
     maximum impact of the programme on the area.

     Monitoring of a number of key projects, particularly in relation to Tier 3
     outputs will also be an important element of the Forward Strategy. The
     Accountable Body will agree which are the key projects requiring monitoring
     after the end of the programme.


9.   Governance
         Currently the Programme is operating with interim Governance
     arrangements as a result of Yorkshire Forward removing delegated authority
     from the programme in 2005.

     The Accountable Body (Bradford Council) is currently managing the Regen
      2000 programme through an Accountable Body Board made up of senior
      Council officers.

      The Accountable Body is responsible for the day to day management of the
      programme and ensuring that it is delivered in an effective and efficient
      manner.

      Yorkshire Forward approval is required for all project and funding requests to
      the programme.

      A Steering Group has also been set up which comprises three Councillors,
      up to eight community/business representatives, Yorkshire Forward and a
      senior Council Officer (Director level or above) to which all decisions of the
      Accountable Body Board and Yorkshire Forward are reported.

      On return of delegated powers Steering Group will provide strategic guidance
      and make an input into the decisions and potential decisions made by the
      Accountable Body on individual projects and Delivery Plans prior to them
      being submitted to Yorkshire Forward for approval or rejection.

      Yorkshire Forward has indicated that subject to the programmes satisfactory
      performance in 2005 / 2006, they will consider returning some delegated
      powers to the programme.

      The extent and detail of any delegated powers returned to the programme
      will be the subject of discussions between Yorkshire Forward the Accountable
      Body and the Steering Group, hopefully in quarter one of 2006 / 2007.


10.   Management Arrangements
      Bradford Council, as the Accountable Body remains responsible for all the
      management arrangements of the Programme.

      A staffing restructure of the Programme’s management arrangements has
      been carried out with the aim of keeping responsibilities for developing,
      implementing and monitoring projects separate.

      Council Directors and Heads of Service have taken direct responsibility for
      the effective implementation of projects and are members of the Accountable
      Body Board.

      The board receives reports on projects performance and its members are in a
      position to ensure that early action can be taken to resolve any issues
      relating to projects under performance.

      Board members are also in a position to ensure that new projects are
      complementary and in line with District and National policies and priorities.

      The Accountable Body approves all projects prior to them being submitted to
      Yorkshire Forward or being considered by the Steering Group.
      The role of the Steering Group is described in section 9 Governance.



11.   Financial Management

      The Council is responsible for the receipt and transmission of SRB funds on
      a day-to-day basis. Detailed financial management is carried out by
      appropriately qualified Local Authority staff. All the financial activities of the
      Council as Accountable Body are subject to an external audit and certification
      by the Audit Commission. The Accountable Body confirm the accuracy of all
      arithmetic in each year’s Delivery Plan and consistency between schedules
      of all numeric information.

      The financial profile assumes an inflation rate of 3% p.a. The Scheme’s VAT
      status is covered by the Accountable Body, which is VAT registered. The
      Finance Department advise on projects where VAT is an issue before the
      project is approved. Inflation assumptions are made at the project appraisal
      stage and the annual review stage on a project-by-project basis.


12.   Project Appraisal, Monitoring, Review and Evaluation

      As part of a Programme Review the Accountable Body carried out a strategic
      review of all projects (live and in development) and those projects identified
      in Schedule C are considered part of this year’s financial commitment and
      suitable for inclusion in the Programme.

      Table 5 identifies a supplementary list of projects some of which have already
      been ranked through the Priority Appraisal process for consideration for
      inclusion in the REGEN 2000/BD3 Programme.

      A Prioritisation Appraisal Model has been developed as a tool for choosing
      which ‘new’/additional projects are suitable to be included in the Programme,
      building on the existing Project Appraisal Process. Using this tailored
      prioritisation model will ensure that a strategic approach to the control of
      Programme content is adopted and maintained. A Sub-Group of the
      Accountable Body/Steering Group will be established to determine which
      projects ‘qualify’ for any unallocated funding freed up as a result of the
      Programme Review.

      The Prioritisation Appraisal Model provides a transparent selection process
      which is even more critical at this stage in the Programme, for the simple
      reason that the total SRB funding identified for prioritised projects far
      exceeds the Total unallocated SRB funding available.

      The process for monitoring and verification will continue to be overseen by
      the Programmes Management Team together with REGEN 2000/BD3
      Programme monitoring officers providing regular reports to Yorkshire
       Forward, the Accountable Body and the Steering Group.

       Projects delivering activity into Years 7 and 8 (2006 - 2008) will be required to
       provide a final report and complete a self assessment evaluation template.
       The ‘Framework for Project Evaluation’ self assessment tool will help to
       determine individual project performance, measure impact, identify examples
       of good practice and address future aspirations including the issue of
       sustainability.


       Projects for Ranking

       In Q1 of Year 7 as part of ongoing risk management six projects deemed to
       be the most suitable to meet the needs of the Programme, will be identified
       from Table 5 below ( other project may be added to this list for strategic
       reasons) and go onto the final refined ‘Reserve List’. For any project to move
       forward for consideration for inclusion in the current Programme they must be
       subject to a ‘Prioritisation Appraisal Process’. The project prioritisation
       process used to determine the most suitable projects is described at section
       12 and includes amongst other things key criterion to be scored such as
       ‘deliverability’ to ensure that each project is realistic. All remaining projects, in
       particular those without an economic focus, will be informed that there is no
       SRB funding available.

       Projects that remain on the reserve list are not guaranteed a formal offer
       letter will be issued nor are they guaranteed that funding will be offered.


       Table 5 Supplementary Project List

                                              Total Lifetime SRB   Total Lifetime
  Name of Project            Theme                Allocation       Project Cost
                                                        £                 £
                      Health & Social Well-
Apna Ghar                                                245,500            300,000
                      Being
Barkerend      Business
                       Economy & Jobs                    300,000          1,200,000
Centre
Barkerend
Construction          Economy & Jobs                     650,000          1,750,000
Enterprise
Barkerend         Road
                      Economy & Jobs                     200,000            285,000
Public Realm
BCHT Octavia Court
                  Housing                 &
Development  Otley                                       530,000          2,600,000
                  Environment
Road
CCTV     -         The
                      Fighting Crime                      90,000              99,000
Greenway
Community
Communications        Learning & Skills                  180,448            190,798
Striding Forward
Community Rooms        Learning & Skills         628,579    1,071,580
Development           ofHousing            &
                                                1,000,000   1,592,525
Gilpin Street Site      Environment
Environmental
                  Housing                  &
Improvement Scheme                               281,357     295,375
                  Environment
- Phase II
Gateways     ProjectHousing                &
                                                  15,000      15,000
Development Fund Environment
Home           Housing
                       Housing             &
Association    - Otley                            40,000    2,000,000
                       Environment
Road Site
ICT          Business
                     Economy & Jobs              100,000     140,000
Connectivity
Kidsmart               Learning & Skills          25,000      50,500
Madni Elderly Day
                    Building Communities         220,000     350,000
Services - Phase II
Madni Elderly Day
                   Building Communities           24,200      31,100
Services - Phase I
MAMCE - Phase II -
Bradford Centre forBuilding Communities          150,000     350,000
the Arts
Market        TrackingHousing              &
                                                  25,000      25,000
Project               Environment
Moorfield    Centre
                    Building Communities         245,000     449,000
Development Project
Regen 2000 Training
                   Learning & Skills             249,465     349,465
Bursary Project
Street     Lighting    -
                        Fighting Crime           138,000     150,000
CCTV
                       Housing             &
Unadopted Roads                                  235,000     535,000
                       Environment
Total                             5,572,549    13,829,343
13.   Publicity

      Publicity guidelines have now been provided to all Project Managers to
      ensure project activity is appropriately advertised and accessed by target
      groups in the area. The guidelines will ensure that the involvement of the
      programme, Bradford Council and Yorkshire Forward are publicised. In
      addition to this a newsletter will be circulated throughout the area.
      Programme Officers will include within the funding agreement a clear
      condition requiring projects to maximise publicity opportunities and highlight
      key funder’s/sponsors in particularly Yorkshire Forward where SRB has been
      awarded.
            DELIVERY PLAN 2006/7 APPROVAL
    All the data in the schedules has been checked for accuracy and has been
    approved as follows.
Signed on behalf of Accountable Body Board (City of Bradford Metropolitan
District Council)


Signed………………………………………….


Print Name…………………………………….


Position………………………………………..                       Date………………………

Signed on behalf of the REGEN 2000 Steering Group


Signed………………………………………….


Print Name…………………………………….


Position………………………………………..                       Date………………………

Signed on behalf of Yorkshire Forward


Signed………………………………………….


Print Name…………………………………….


Position………………………………………..                       Date………………………
                                               SCHEDULE A
     STRATEGIC                  ORIGINAL                   POSITION AT              POSITION AT END
     OBJECTIVE                  BASELINE                     20.03.06                 OF SCHEME

SO1                  The Broadway and Forster        A bid titled “Connecting the The City Centre
                     Square area of Broadway         City” was approved and        redevelopment will have
ECONOMY & JOBS       City Centre was built in the    works begun.                  been enabled by a site
                     early 1960s. It is not well     Developers have now taken preparation programme.
To encourage         adapted to today’s needs        possession of the site and
sustainable economic and is currently under          90% of the demolition works 60 residents will have
growth and wealth    occupied.                       was completed by end          gained construction industry
                                                     February with full demolition employment and
creation by improving                                of remaining properties on qualifications through the
competitiveness,                                     schedule to complete April City Centre contracts.
enhancing the range                                  2006. Discussions have
                                                     taken place with Links 2 to
of employment                                        develop a model to ensure
opportunities and                                    that local people are pre-
their accessibility to                               trained in advance, to
                                                     improve their chances of
local residents.                                     securing employment in the
                                                     retail outlets of the scheme.
                                                     Team composes of five
                                                     people some of who have
                                                     been seconded to the team
                                                     through Job Centre Plus,
                                                     Jobs@, and Construction
                                                     Partnership. The LIT
                                                     Steering Group membership
                                                     includes Job Centre Plus,
                                                     Learning and Skills Council,
                                                     CITB, Chamber of
                                                     Commerce and the Council.
                                                     Barkerend Construction
                                                     Training centre has been
                                                     established. It will provide
                                                     training and access to
                                                     employment for local
                                                     people. The contract for
                                                     ‘Connecting the City’ goes to
                                                     2010.


                         City Centre employment – a In addition to the above the 50 residents will have
                         survey of retailers will be Customer Focused Contact gained employment as a
                         conducted to assess the     Centre was officially opened result of customised training
                         number of residents working in October 2004. To date the and advice.
                         there. The number is        project has created over 200
                         believed to be very low.    new Jobs and assisted 42
                                                     residents to obtain
                                                     qualifications.

                         Leeds Road is a centre of   The Leeds Road based         30 businesses will have
                         local business, which was   REGEN 2000 Business          benefited from a capital
                         blighted by a road scheme   Shop has proved a success investment programme.
                         in the 1970s.               in ensuring the meeting of Original target 100
                                                     this target. The position to businesses will have
SO1                                                  be reached at the end of the benefited from training and
ECONOMY & JOBS                                       scheme has already been advice, new target 1300
(Cont)                                               exceeded. Since its
                                                     establishment the key
                                                     output performance figures
                                                     are:
                                                     82 businesses have
                                                     benefited from capital
                                                     investment.
                                                     1000 plus businesses have
                                                     benefited from training and
                                                     advice.


                         Little Germany is a         Little Germany capital       20 properties will have been
conservation area including improvements programme isimproved.
55 listed buildings out of a approved and running. 15 60 jobs will have been
total of 85. 40 of the         properties improved to date. created.
buildings are underused and 35 jobs created. Review of
in various states of disrepair.Little Germany PES
                               undertaken to maximise its
                               impact. Work has
                               commenced on Eastbrook
                               Hall redevelopment. 5 jobs
                               in the form of traineeships
                               have been created and
                               taken up by Regen 2000
                               residents. A further resident
                               has gained work with the
                               demolition phase of the
                               Broadway development.
                               (Worth noting that it has
                               proved difficult to retain
                               trainees in the Eastbrook
                               Hall scheme which suggests
                               that it will be a challenging
                               target to get 60 Regen 2000
                               residents employed in the
                               construction of Broadway.
                               As a result there is currently
                               a lot of work with schools
                               such as Carlton Bolling to
                               highlight construction
                               opportunities and encourage
                               young people to take up
                               construction related
                               vocational courses). As
                               people will be identified for
                               construction training through
                               ‘Links 2 – CBMDC’ team on
                               on-going basis. The
                               programme also anticipates
                               supporting ‘Laisterdyke
                               Business and Enterprise
                               College and Skills Centre’
                               project, which would project
                               training opportunities for
                               plumbing, electrical and
                               motor mechanic training.


Adult unemployment is      To date over 350 residents An employment agency will
15.3% and youth            will have been placed in      be functioning under
unemployment is 19.3%      employment as a result of community management.
compared to District       REGEN 2000 Employment 400 residents will have been
averages of 5.8% and 8.5%. Link. Adult unemployment placed in employment.
                           rate is 7.0% compared to      Unemployed will be within 5
                           district rate at 2.9%. This   percentage points of the
                           mean it is within 5% of       District average for both
                           district rate. It is however  adult and youth
                           worth noting that             unemployment.
                           unemployment is still 2.4
                           times the District Average
                           compared to a difference of
                           2.6 times when the Baseline
                           was established so whilst
                           the rate has fallen
                           significantly performance in
                           relation to the District
                           average has been minimal
                           and means that original
                           target was phrased
                           appropriately – thus if the
                           district rate was 1% and
                           Regen 5% the gap would be
                           only 4 percentage points but
                           would be 5 times the District
                           average) –The youth
                           unemployment rate is 16.3%
                           compared to the district rate
                           of 8.4%. Youth
                                                   unemployment now down to
                                                   a difference of 7.9%
                                                   compared to 10.8% at the
                                                   beginning of the
                                                   Programme. This is now
                                                   being dealt with by providing
                                                   skills and education
                                                   (curriculum) based training
                                                   for young people.


                      Leeds Road was blighted by Leeds Road Public Realm A programme of
                      a road scheme in the        Phase 1 works completed in environmental
                      1970’s.                     accordance with the Leeds improvements will have
                      There were 787 road         Road Environmental           been completed on Leeds
                      casualties in the area over Masterplan. This has         Road.
                      the last five years.        helped in securing inward The Leeds Road Barkerend
                                                  investments into the area. Road integrated transport
                                                  Leeds Road Public Realm strategy will have been
                                                  Phase 2/3 works completed implemented.
                                                  Jan 2006 now in              There will be a 40%
                                                  maintenance phase.           reduction in road casualties
                                                  Tree/Shrubs planting works in the area.
                                                  schedule for spring/summer
                                                  2006. Leeds Road Shop
                                                  Fronts – Pilot Scheme
                                                  supported 3 businesses to
                                                  improve frontages.
                                                  Gateways Shop Fronts
                                                  Scheme has been prioritised
                                                  by Accountable body Board
                                                  and Steering group as one
                                                  to the priority project. The
                                                  project now awaits outcome
                                                  of the YF appraisal.

                                                   The Integrated Transport
                                                   Strategy implementation has
                                                   been completed for Leeds
                                                   Road alongside the Leeds
                                                   Road Public Realm Works.
                                                   It has also been completed
                                                   for a portion of Barkerend
                                                   Road towards Otley Road
                                                   and compliments the
                                                   Neighbourhood Road Safety
                                                   Initiative to reduce number
                                                   of deaths caused by
                                                   vehicles.


                      There is 3.47 hectares of    Myra Shay Community &        New and improved
SO 2                  derelict land in the area,   Sports Development has       recreation facilities will be in
ENVIRONMENT &         most of which is used as     now commenced and is a       operation under community
HOMES                 public open space.           major visible sign of        partnership management at
                                                   regeneration progress.       Myra Shay and Seymour
                                                                                Street, providing at least
To make the area an                                To date 9.51hectares of land three new and three
attractive, healthy and                            have been                    improved football/cricket
safe place where                                   improved/reclaimed for open pitches.
                                                   space.                       Original target 2.5 hectares
people want to live,                                                            of land will have been
work and play.                                                                  improved for recreation and
                                                                                open space. New target 18.5
                                                                                   hectares.


                      27% of houses in Bradford At Q3 (2005/6) a total             The number of houses in
                      Moor Ward and 37% of        number of 582 private            serious disrepair will be
                      houses in Bowling Ward are sector properties had been        reduced by 20%. A
                      in serious disrepair. A     improved with 642                neighbourhood housing
                      house condition survey will anticipated by end Q4. The       regeneration trust, including
                      be carried out to gain more Matched Incentive Scheme         Youth Build will be in
                      detailed local information. Phase 2 has commenced            operation and will have
                                                                   improving the appearance ofcompleted a programme of
                                                                   more housing stock in the environmental and housing
                                                                   BD3 area and restoring local improvements. Original
                                                                   pride.                        target at least three housing
                                                                                                 demonstration projects will
                                                                   Youth Build‘s Bradford        have been completed
                                                                   Schools Construction Skills dealing with 600 properties
                                                                   Coordinator has to date (up in decline. New target 1000
                                                                   to 2005/6 Q3) trained 8       plus. 80 new social housing
                                                                   people in construction        units will have been built.
                                                                   training skills with 7 people Three sites will have been
                                                                   going onto Further            developed for new housing
                                                                   Education.                    for sale and 140 units built
                                                                                    d d$–o
                                                                                     4   Aby
                                                                   New affordable housing*"@p
                                                                   Nashayman HA and
                                                                   Hanover HA is well
                                                                   underway on the former Low
                                                                   Rise Flats site near
                                                                   Barkerend Roundabout.




                                     Training needs and NVQ        Skills audit has been carried Original target 360 residents
              SO3                    levels of residents will be   out by R2k Employment         will have attended education
              LEARNING &             surveyed through a skills     Agency. This has been         and training classes in the
              SKILLS                 audit.                        used to inform employment area and gained
                                                                   and education related         qualifications. New target
                                                                   projects to meet skills and 2000.
              To make a step                                       training gaps in the area.
              change in levels of                                  Furthermore, Education
              achievement,                                         Strategy has been
                                                                   developed and programme
              progression and                                      has commenced, so far
              participation in all                                 (1Fi) 223 people have been
              forms of learning                                    trained obtaining jobs and
                                                                   (1C) 1265 trainees qualified,
              leading to                                           Lifetime Target will be well
              employment.                                          over-achieved.


                                     GCSE results at Carlton     Re
                                                                 Regen 2000 Education
                                     Bolling School (only        Achievement and Economic
                                     secondary School at the     Regeneration Feasibility
                                     time in Bd3 area) were 15% Stud∑P i
                                                                      Pp@       Fe
                                     A*-C passes (4% below the
                 R–A
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                                     benchmarked target level)R0 e          A*
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                                     passes.




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                                                    A-C’s stands at 35% against
                                                    a district average of 46%
                                                    and unauthorised School
                                                    Absence rates have
                                                    reduced significantly to
                                                    2.9% compared to a district
                                                    average of 2.8%.

                                                    BD3 4ALL projects (working
                                                    in partnership with schools)
                                                    have shown very high
                                                    demand. Evaluation reports
                                                    for Education project have
                                                    shown joint partnership
                                                    working and positive
                                                    progress which will have
                                                    impact on the attainment
                                                    levels in the long run.


                       Parental involvement in      The BD3 4ALL Extended        The level of parental
                       schools is low and will be   Schools Programme aims to involvement will have
                       surveyed by schools during   raise the standard of        trebled.
                       the Autumn Term 2006.        attainment in particular
                                                    numeracy, literacy and ICT
                                                    skills amongst parents and
                                                    carers, to enable them to be
                                                    more active in their
                                                    children’s education.
                                                    Evaluation report will be
                                                    produced and comparisons
                                                    made with the baseline
                                                    statistics.

                                                    Thornbury Primary School
                                                    opened a community room
                                                    in early 2005 with SRB
                                                    assistance. The school
                                                    offers a wide range of
                                                    courses for parents.
                                                    Request for an evaluation
                                                    report has been instigated.
                                                    Initial reports show that the
                                                    facility is well used by the
                                                    local communities for
                                                    education and training
                                                    related course which should
                                                    improve employments
                                                    prospects in the long run.

                                                    In addition, the R2k ICT E-
                                                    Enabling Communities
                                                    Project has provided 46
                                                    pupils and their families
                                                    from Carlton Bolling and
                                                    Laisterdyke Business &
                                                    Enterprise Colleges access
                                                    to a PC and the internet.
                                                    Adults received training
                                                    through Learn Direct to
                                                    enable them to be more
                                                    involved.


                       There were 350 domestic      3,222 dwellings benefiting      Domestic burglaries will be
SO 4                   burglaries in 1998-9         from security upgrades.         reduced by 33%
FIGHTING CRIME         There were 220 business      19 businesses have              Business burglaries will be
                       burglaries in 1998-0         benefited from security         reduced by 33%
To create an                                        upgrades.
                                                    Over the period 2002 to
environment where                                   2005 Recorded crime has
the risk and fear of                                fallen dramatically in the
crime are greatly                                   BD3 area e.g. 152 domestic
                                                    burglaries reported in
reduced.                                            2004/5, compared with 97
                                              for the 2005/6 financial year
                                              up to Quarter 3
                                              REGEN CCTV project
                                              commenced in 2004/5 Q4
                                              supporting the Crime
                                              Reduction Strategy. This
                                              should provide 8 fixed
                                              CCTV cameras and 4
                                              mobile cameras in the area.
                                              S.P.E.E.D. Securing
                                              Properties Project 3
                                              commenced in Dec 2005,
                                              which aims to target harden
                                              a further 515 dwellings by
                                              the end of 2005/6. This is in
                                              addition to the 2,250
                                              dwellings already improved
                                              through Phases 1 and 2 of
                                              the project.


                 There were 650 thefts from Theft from motor vehicles         Theft from and of cars in the
                 and of cars excluding the  has reduced significantly         residential part of the area
                 City Centre in 1998-9      from                              will be reduced by 33%.
                                            729 (2002) down to 316
                                            (end 2005)
                                            Theft of cars showed a
                                            similar reduction
                                            706 (2002) down to 308
                                            (end 2005)


                 There are no local projects 33 (5Di) Youth crime             Original target 600 people
                 designed to divert young    initiatives to date benefiting   will have been involved in
                 people from crime.          over 4,000 youth (5Dii)          activity to divert them from
                                             Diversionary activities are      crime. New target 4200 plus.
                                             established through Youth
                                              Development, SAZ, and
                                              Education Achievement and
                                              community funds projects.


                 The arrest referral project The Drugs Intervention           Targets will be set for the
                 will survey the baseline level Programme was established reduction in offending rates
                 of drug related crime.         around two years ago and at district wide level by crime
                                                replaced the Arrest and       prevention teams in CBMDC
                                                Referral Scheme. This         in partnership at strategic
                                                district wide initiative      level.
                                                identifies individuals whose
                                                criminal behaviour is driven
                                                by dug dependency. Users
                                                are offered an alternative of
                                                support/treatment instead of
                                                punishment. Figure will be
                                                available from the data
                                                analyst for the scheme later
                                                this year.


                 There are only two           This has been achieved to a 15 neighbourhood
SO 4             neighbourhood watches in     large extent with 14 projects community safety initiatives
FIGHTING CRIME   the area.                    contributing to               will have been set up. This
(Cont)                                        neighbourhood safety.         will help in reduce crime as
                                              These are:                    well as drug use. The
                                              Safe and Sound “Home          projects instigated by Regen
                                              Services”; Customer           2000 will produce evaluation
                                              Focused Contact Centre;       at the end of the project
                                              Neighbourhood Road Safety lifetime which will feed into
                                              Initiative; Community Fire end of the programme report
                                              Safety & Arson Reduction in 2008.
                                              Project; REGEN CCTV;
                                              S.P.E.E.D. Securing
                                              Properties Project 1-3;
                                              Carlton Bolling College
                                              Community Security Project;
                                                         (Duke of Edinburgh) Award
                                                         Centre Refurbishment, Little
                                                         Germany Lighting Scheme
                                                         (under Little Germany &
                                                         Cathedral Quarter Physical
                                                         Enhancement Scheme);
                                                         Reclaiming the Greenway;
                                                         “The Castle” Land at
                                                         Hinchcliffe Street; REGEN
                                                         2000 Open Spaces
                                                         Programme.


                         The BD3 postcode has the        The Drugs Intervention        There are difficulties in
SO 5                     highest level of substance      Programme was established measuring success in this
HEALTH AND               abuse presentations to          around two years ago and field and the initial approach
SOCIAL WELL-             health services recorded in     replaced the Arrest and       will be to increase average
BEING                    the District by the Yorkshire   Referral Scheme. This         duration of treatment per
                         Regional Drugs Database.        district wide initiative      referral. Further targets may
                                                         identifies individuals whose be set in the light of
To promote health                                        criminal behaviour is driven developing good practice
and social well being                                    by drug dependency. Users and the development of an
                                                         are offered an alternative of evidence base nationally.
among selected                                           support/treatment instead of
target groups so that                                    punishment. Figure will be
they can play a full                                     available from the data
                                                         analyst for the scheme later
and fulfilling part in                                   this year. These targets are
the life of the                                          set and monitored at District
community.                                               wide level and will be
                                                         reported in Quarter 2.


                         The level of coronary heart Womenzone Community                 5 projects will be able to
                         disease is estimated at 45% Centre project continues to         continue beyond the end of
                         above the District average. deal with women’s health            the SRB to provide fitness
                         A health needs survey will issues in the area. The              and heart health
                         be carried out to give more Community Sport,                    programmes.
                         accurate local data.        Employment and Training             The gap between the area
                                                     Project, run by Bradford            and the District average will
                                                     Sport Action Zone, is fully         have been reduced by half.
                                                     operational. This project
                                                     provides employment
                                                     opportunities and fitness
                                                     programmes in the area.

                         Asian women are perceived       Womenzone Community         400 women a year will
                         as not accessing health         Centre continues to provide access health education and
                         advice and screening, the       health education and advice advice. There will be a 15%
                         level of difference will be     to Asian Women. Over        increase in cervical smear
                         measured through the            1,000 women have            screening.
                         health needs survey.            accessed health education
                                                         and advice from the centre.
                                                         This equates to over 400
                                                         women a year access the
                                                         centre for health education
                                                         and advice.


                         The only capacity building      The R2k Community Fund
SO 6                     project in the area has         (a project similar to the Key
BUILDING                 funding, which expires in       Fund) has secured
COMMUNITIES              2001.                           additional funding for a
                                                         Phase 2 Project; this will
                                                         provide further opportunities
To enable local                                          for grant funding for
people to work                                           community groups.
towards involving
their neighbours as                                      Projects supported so far       Original target 3 funded
                                                         are being provided              capacity building projects,
participants in all                                                                      new target 145 capacity
                                                         extensive support to ensure
aspects of                                               long term sustainability e.g.   building initiatives.
regeneration,                                            Community Finds Project
                                                         through ERDF support.           60 residents will have
capacity building and                                                                    received training through
other forms of                                       There has been 138            community involvement.
                                                     Community Capacity            There will be a Community
community activity.                                  Building initiatives to date, Chest fund with links to the
                                                     which include some of the Key Fund.
                                                     following: Bangladeshi
                                                     Community Capacity
                                                     Building Project;
                                                     Womenzone Community
                                                     Centre; Disabled Access Lift
                                                     in Guru Gobind Singh
                                                     Gurdwara; Integrity Beatz
                                                     (Urban Music); Community
                                                     Works; MAMCE – Phase 1

                                                     Through these projects over
                                                     377 Individuals have been
                                                     involved in Voluntary Work.


                         Only three funded voluntary Projects are working with     50 residents will be
                         groups in the area are      Bradford Vision and other     members of partnership and
                         resident managed.           statutory organisations to    community led projects
                                                     bend mainstream services      funded by SRB or other
                                                     into this area.               statutory sources.




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               REGEN 2000 Year 5 (2004/5) Delivery Plan – Impact – making a difference for the future



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                     Year 7 (2006/7) Delivery Plan – Sustaining the Impact: Building our Futures


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                     Year 7 (2006/7) Delivery Plan – Sustaining the Impact: Building our Futures



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SRB 6 REGEN 2000                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Schedule B
Funding Profile: 2006/7


                                                        Actual Expenditure                                                                                    Projected Payment


                                                 Total Payment to        Total
Breakdown of Expenditure                          31 March 2005        Payment          1st Period        2nd Period        3rd Period       4th Period        Total Projection   Projection       Projection       Projection            Lifetime
                                                     Year 1 - 5         2005/6         April - June       July - Sept       Oct - Dec        Jan - Mar              2006/7          2007/8           2008/9          2009/10            Scheme Total
Source:                                                  £                 £                 £                 £                 £                £                    £              £                £                £                     £


Yorkshire Forward
SRB Capital                                             8,418,246         3,967,802         1,014,364        1,604,168           1,443,313        853,509            4,915,354       2,976,795                  -                   -      20,278,197
SRB Revenue (Inc. Man. & Admin)                         4,767,614         1,681,530          235,921           246,646            246,646         257,368              986,581         356,078                  -                   -       7,791,803
Amount of Revenue used for SRB Man. & Admin.1             996,930           181,117            56,000           52,000             44,000          46,000              198,000          48,953                  -                   -       1,425,000
Sub-Total: SRB                                         13,185,860         5,649,332         1,250,285        1,850,814           1,689,959      1,110,877            5,901,935       3,332,873                  -                   -      28,070,000


Funding (cash or in kind) from Private Sector and Non-Public Sector
Private Housing - residents cont                          293,950 114,574                    200,000           350,000            250,000          50,000              850,000                 -                -                   -       1,258,524
Other Private                                          14,872,417 10,619,320                 400,000           500,000            506,285         900,000            2,306,285          30,000           30,000            30,000          27,888,022

Sub-Total: Private Sector                              15,166,367        10,733,894          600,000           850,000            756,285         950,000            3,156,285          30,000           30,000            30,000          29,146,546


Other Public Sector
Local Authority2                                       10,185,979        (1,751,816)         250,000           250,000            300,000         350,000            1,150,000       2,203,692          800,000                     -      12,587,855
European Funding                                        7,189,491 176,065                      15,000           15,000             20,000                 -             50,000                 -                -                   -       7,415,556
Lottery Funding                                            92,689 -                                   -                 -                -                -                   -                -                -                   -          92,689
Other Public                                           11,183,181 11,174,213                1,500,000        1,500,000           1,500,000      1,500,000            6,000,000       2,460,782          100,000           100,000          31,018,176
Sub-Total: Other Public Sector                         28,651,340         9,598,462         1,765,000        1,765,000           1,820,000      1,850,000            7,200,000       4,664,474          900,000           100,000          51,114,276


GRAND TOTAL                                            57,003,567        25,981,688         3,615,285        4,465,814           4,266,244      3,910,877           16,258,220       8,027,347          930,000           130,000         108,330,822




Notes:
1. Management & Admin remains 5% of the programmes original SRB allocation of £28.5m in agreement with Yorkshire Forward. In Year 8, majority of Management & Admin expenditure will be met through the Forward Strategy project.
2. Local Authority matched funding for 2005/6 is reduced and transferred to Other Private matched funding.
3. Monitoring for financial years 2008-2010 will be met by the Accountable Body through the Department of Regeneration & Housing.




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SRB 6 REGEN 2000                                                                                                                                                                                           Schedule B - Appendix 1
Funding Profile: 2006/7


                                                                                   Actual Expenditure                                                                                 Projected Payment



Breakdown of Expenditure                       Total Payment   Total Payment   Total Payment   Total Payment    Total Payment     Total Payment     Projection       Projection         Projection       Projection         Lifetime
                                                   2000/1          2001/2          2002/3          2003/4           2004/5            2005/6          2006/7           2007/8             2008/9          2009/10         Scheme Total
Source:                                               £               £               £               £                £                 £              £                £                  £                £                  £


Yorkshire Forward
SRB Capital                                                -          81,439       1,749,889       3,042,773        3,544,145         3,967,802        4,915,354        2,976,795                    -                -        20,278,197
SRB Revenue (Inc. Man. & Admin)                       67,958         407,290         840,601       1,295,194        2,156,571         1,681,530         986,581          356,078                     -                -         7,791,803
Amount of Revenue used for SRB Man. & Admin.          67,958         263,946         236,042         231,327            197,657         181,117         198,000           48,953                     -                -         1,425,000
Sub-Total: SRB                                        67,958         488,729       2,590,490       4,337,967        5,700,716         5,649,332        5,901,935        3,332,873                    -                -        28,070,000


Funding (cash or in kind) from Private Sector and Non-Public Sector
Private Housing - residents cont                           -               -          18,184           2,617            273,149         114,574         850,000                   -                  -                -         1,258,524
Other Private                                              -          42,552       2,557,296       2,931,312        9,341,257        10,619,320        2,306,285          30,000             30,000           30,000           27,888,022
Sub-Total: Private Sector                                  -          42,552       2,575,480       2,933,929        9,614,406        10,733,894        3,156,285          30,000             30,000           30,000           29,146,546


Other Public Sector
Local Authority                                            -          18,148         303,937       4,489,332        5,374,562         (1,751,816)      1,150,000        2,203,692           800,000                   -        12,587,855
European Funding                                           -          30,000          29,318       4,824,499        2,305,674           176,065          50,000                   -                  -                -         7,415,556
Lottery Funding                                            -               -           2,968          56,497             33,224                -                 -                -                  -                -           92,689
Other Public                                               -               -       4,245,951         235,241        6,701,989        11,174,213        6,000,000        2,460,782           100,000          100,000           31,018,176

Sub-Total: Other Public Sector                             -          48,148       4,582,174       9,605,569       14,415,449         9,598,462        7,200,000        4,664,474           900,000          100,000           51,114,276



GRAND TOTAL                                           67,958         579,429       9,748,144      16,877,465       29,730,571        25,981,688       16,258,220        8,027,347           930,000          130,000          108,330,822




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SRB 6 REGEN 2000                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Schedule C
Project Activity Profile: 2006/7

                                                                                                                             Total         Total       Total
                                                                                                    Actual or   Actual or   Lifetime     Annual      Lifetime
                                                                                                   Anticipated Anticipated
                              Name of Project                                       Theme           Approval      End
                                                                                                                              SRB          SRB       Project                             Key activities during 2006/7 & Updates
                                                                                                      Date        Date     Allocation   Allocation     Cost
                                                                                                                               £             £           £
Laisterdyke Business College Skills Academy                                Economy & Jobs          Mar-06      Mar-10       1,500,000                 2,756,000   Project now approved by YF
 Forward Strategy - Year 8 (Programme Management)                          Economy & Jobs          May-06      Mar-08         250,000                   250,000   Project require YF funding approval in addition to DP 2006/7 SRB approval
 New Lane Incubator Park                                                   Economy & Jobs          Mar-06      Mar-10         800,000                 2,375,474   Project now approved by YF and has secured ERDF funding
 Local Investment Fund 2                                                   Economy & Jobs          Mar-06      Mar-08         200,000                 1,400,000   Project require YF funding approval in addition to DP 2006/7 SRB approval
 Gateways Shop Fronts Scheme                                               Economy & Jobs          Mar-06      Mar-08         500,000                   950,000   Reduced SRB Allocation. Project require YF funding approval in addition to DP 2006/7 SRB approval


Total Anticipated Projects                                                                                                  3,250,000            0    7,731,474

 Management & Administration                                                                       01/08/00    31/03/08     1,425,000      198,000    1,425,000
 Little Germany 5 Year Business Plan                                       Economy & Jobs          21/03/01    30/09/01         7,500                    24,500
 Bradford Urban Music Project                                              Economy & Jobs          13/11/01    31/03/03         9,498                    13,544
 Business Support Project                                                  Economy & Jobs          13/11/01    31/03/06       993,433                 3,465,000   Training, Support, Advise, Grant Regime for local businesses, Job creation
 "Safe & Sound" Home Services                                              Learning & Skills       30/10/01    30/06/05       162,232                   203,516   Project closed early, failure to achieve outputs
 Engineering Experience / Scholarship Programme                            Economy & Jobs          09/01/02    31/03/06        62,144                   126,842   Project closed early, failure to achieve outputs
 REGEN 2000 Land Use Study                                                 Economy & Jobs          13/11/01    31/03/03         5,750                    14,000
 REGEN 2000 Social Enterprise Agency                                       Learning & Skills       29/05/02    30/09/05       542,072       15,500      843,076   Formally known as the R2k Community Enterprise Project
 Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter Physical Enhancement Scheme            Economy & Jobs          17/04/02    31/03/06     1,536,068                 9,199,000   Commercial/Residential Capital improvements, Job creation
 R2k Asset Development Project                                             Economy & Jobs          11/12/02    31/03/07       705,000       83,419      714,508
 REGEN 2000 Employment Link                                                Economy & Jobs          17/04/02    31/03/07       604,457       67,693    1,777,000   Formally known as the R2k Community Employment Agency
 Connecting the City (Forster Square Development)                          Economy & Jobs          01/10/03    31/03/09     1,500,000                23,980,000   City Centre Dev. RES 5(d) SRB SO1, SO2, SO3
 Carnival Workshop                                                         Economy & Jobs          15/01/03    31/03/04        15,000                    20,116
 Be There Supply Chain                                                     Economy & Jobs          15/01/03    31/03/04        10,000                    15,116
 Be There Together                                                         Economy & Jobs          15/01/03    31/03/04        15,000                    21,380
 Festival City                                                             Economy & Jobs          15/01/03    31/03/04        25,000                    42,622
 Bradford Construction Training - One Initiative Many Benefits             Economy & Jobs          06/03/03    31/03/04        10,000                    10,000
Bradford Mela                                                              Economy & Jobs          15/01/03    31/03/04        25,000                    39,097
 Leeds Road Public Realm Project                                           Economy & Jobs          03/06/03    31/03/08     1,275,609       51,000    2,008,000
 R2knet                                                                    Economy & Jobs          21/05/03    30/06/04        27,500                    55,000
 Customer Focused Contact Centre                                           Economy & Jobs          13/06/03    31/03/08       325,000       12,159   29,098,435   Training & Employment with CBMDC & Inland Revenue Contact Centre
 REGEN 2000 Economic Strategy and Business Plan                            Economy & Jobs          22/10/03    31/03/07         1,403                     1,403
 Leeds Road Shop Fronts - Pilot Scheme                                     Economy & Jobs          25/02/04    31/03/06        66,059                   152,250
 Bradford Chamber of Commerce Membership Deal                              Economy & Jobs          11/03/04    31/12/05        16,428                    87,410
 Bradford Enterprise Fund                                                  Economy & Jobs          31/03/04    31/03/06        75,965        2,196      140,365
Physical Enhancement Scheme - Phase II (Killinghall Road)                  Housing & Environment   06/07/04    31/03/06       195,223                   432,019   Based on uplift of £103,260
Active & Equal Partners Project                                            Building Communities    04/08/04    31/03/06       151,853                   523,000
 R2k Community Regeneration Traineeships Project                           Learning & Skills       04/08/04    31/03/07       224,510       78,000      583,200
 Local Investment Fund                                                     Economy & Jobs          23/09/04    31/03/07       500,000      272,075    3,067,000
Regen Ebusiness Project                                                    Economy & Jobs          12/10/04    31/03/06        65,500                   170,600
Public Procurement Workout Toolkit for Businesses and Social Enterprises   Economy & Jobs          12/10/04    31/03/06       102,500                   132,250
 Bradford Schools Construction Skills Co-ordinator                         Economy & Jobs          15/12/04    31/03/07        25,000        9,793       50,000
Regen 2000 Supporting Business Project 2                                   Economy & Jobs          16/11/05    31/03/07       398,753      231,730    1,022,000
Landscaping to New Abu Bakar Mosque                                        Housing & Environment   30/10/01    31/03/02        76,000                   129,305
 Housing Condition Survey                                                  Housing & Environment   13/11/01    31/03/02       118,000                   125,649
Litterbins (REGEN 2000)                                                    Housing & Environment   13/11/01    31/03/07        38,300        2,700      221,600   Maintain litterbins on gateways and certain identified streets
 Hubert Street Community Garden & Play Area                                Housing & Environment   13/11/01    31/03/03        37,439                    41,439
 Compact Sweeper (REGEN 2000)                                              Housing & Environment   13/11/01    31/03/06        77,600                   318,400
 REGEN 2000 Open Spaces Programme                                          Housing & Environment   09/01/02    31/03/07       861,000       17,102    2,996,000
Disabled Access Lift in Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara                         Housing & Environment   13/11/01    31/03/03        13,965                    24,723
 Lighting The City                                                         Housing & Environment   17/04/02    31/03/03         5,000                     7,500
Leeds Road Environmental Masterplan                                        Housing & Environment   29/05/02    31/03/03        18,444                    23,444
 Private Sector Housing Renewal (Physical Enhancement Pilot Project)       Housing & Environment   22/05/02    31/03/03       471,868                   506,894
 Healthy At Home                                                           Housing & Environment   26/06/02    31/03/03       236,754                   372,234
Birkland Street Multi Use Games Area                                       Housing & Environment   13/11/01    31/03/03        24,617                    24,617
Development of Gilpin Street Site - Feasibility Study                      Housing & Environment   30/10/02    31/03/06        75,000                    75,000
 Boundary Treatment Pilot Scheme                                           Economy & Jobs          11/12/02    31/12/05         9,424                    30,000

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Schedule C (continued)

                                                                                                                                    Total       Total          Total
                                                                                                          Actual or   Actual or   Lifetime   Annual          Lifetime
                                                                                                         Anticipated Anticipated
                             Name of Project                                        Theme                 Approval      End
                                                                                                                                    SRB        SRB           Project                               Key activities during 2006/7 & Updates
                                                                                                            Date        Date     Allocation Allocation         Cost
                                                                                                                                      £           £              £
 REGEN 2000 Gateway Business and Action Plan                              Economy & Jobs                 22/10/02    31/03/06         109,901                    158,500
 REGEN 2000 Housing Strategy and Business Plan                            Housing & Environment          09/04/03    31/03/07         197,692      75,000        208,140
Regen 2000 Matched Incentive Scheme                                       Housing & Environment          01/10/03    31/03/08          36,228      (8,775)       400,000
 R2k Community Sports Project                                             Housing & Environment          25/02/04    31/03/07          75,807      37,754        122,307
Regen Green Team                                                          Housing & Environment          15/09/04    31/03/07         249,000      55,000        390,000
 REGEN 2000 Matched Incentive Phase 2                                     Housing & Environment          23/09/04    31/03/08       1,444,350   1,003,350      2,844,350   Physical improvements & repairs to targeted properties within the area
 Neighbourhood Road Safety Initiative                                     Housing & Environment          22/11/04    31/03/06          25,000                  1,203,000
Reclaiming the Greenway                                                   Housing & Environment          12/01/05    31/03/07         120,000                    140,000
fsu Bradford Home Safety Project Traineeship                              Housing & Environment          20/12/04    31/03/07          24,600     10,290          49,200
 Environmental Improvement Scheme - Phase I                               Housing & Environment          15/12/04    31/03/06         779,472    739,472         854,398   £70k Uplift approved by YF 4.1.06
 Bradford North Community Clean Ups                                       Housing & Environment          09/09/04    31/03/06           6,000                      6,000
"The Castle" Land at Hinchcliffe Street                                   Housing & Environment          23/02/05    31/03/06         201,062                    217,800
 Myra Shay Community & Sport Facilities                                   Housing & Environment          07/11/05    31/03/08       1,500,751    575,232       2,496,751
 Award Centre Refurbishment                                               Learning & Skills              13/11/01    31/03/06          19,205                    265,148
Carlton Bolling College Community Security Project                        Learning & Skills              03/04/02    31/03/06         250,000                  4,235,891   Improve attainment within the school
 Award Centre Minibus                                                     Building Communities           29/11/02    31/03/04           5,000                     23,500
 Education Achievement and Economic Regeneration Feasibility Study        Learning & Skills              30/10/02    31/03/04          28,613                     36,513
Regen 2000 ICT strategy - information gathering                           Learning & Skills              11/06/03    31/03/04          10,346                     15,279
 MAMCE Project Development Consultant (MAMCE Phase 1)                     Building Communities           02/09/03    31/03/05          35,780                     35,780   Development & implementation of a Music, Arts, Media & Cultural Enterprise
 Introduction to Construction Training Course                             Learning & Skills              14/10/03    31/03/06          25,169                     30,000   Construction training for Year 10 & 11 pupils
 BD3 Internet Café                                                        Learning & Skills              28/01/04    31/03/07         174,948                    626,000   ICT Training and employment assistance
Regen 2000 Youth Forum                                                    Learning & Skills              17/12/03    31/03/05           5,877                      5,877
 Byron Enterprise Centre - Phase 1                                        Learning & Skills              14/01/04    31/03/05          15,213                     15,213
 R2k Education Achievement and Economic Regeneration - Phase I            Learning & Skills              31/03/04    31/03/07         193,676                    240,000
 Community Sport, Employment & Training Project                           Learning & Skills              31/03/04    31/03/07          44,000     12,364         490,149
 R2k Education Achievement and Economic Regeneration - Phase II           Learning & Skills              25/08/04    31/03/07         899,387    248,462       3,260,000
 Train 4 Careers                                                          Learning & Skills              12/10/04    31/03/07         194,890     59,745         474,400
Fastrain                                                                  Learning & Skills              12/10/04    30/09/05          50,000                     65,000
Carlton Bolling College Design and Construction Centre of Excellence      Learning & Skills              04/01/06    31/03/10       1,500,000   1,462,500      3,184,000
Illaan Disability Centre: Project Development                             Health & Social Well-Being     29/05/02    31/03/03          10,000                     10,000
 Fast Tracking Disabled Facilities Grants                                 Health & Social Well-Being     16/12/02    31/03/04          58,146                    293,284
 Childcare, Lifelong Learning and Employability Project                   Health & Social Well-Being     01/10/03    31/03/06         244,380                    530,532   Childcare provision enabling parents to access employment
Apna Ghar                                                                 Health & Social Well-Being     17/12/03    31/12/05           7,965                      7,965
Regen 2000 Substance Misuse Strategy Officer                              Health & Social Well-Being     17/12/03    31/03/06           2,714                      2,714
Speech and Language Therapy Postive Action Training Scheme                Health & Social Well-Being     15/09/04    31/03/07          29,106     14,312         117,415
 Youth Development Project                                                Fighting Crime                 13/11/01    31/03/06         381,500                    616,385   Youth Crime initiatives and personal development
 Community Fire Safety & Arson Reduction Project                          Fighting Crime                 28/11/02    31/03/06         446,000                  3,626,000   Provide fire safety training, raise awareness, address youth crime & arson
 S.P.E.E.D. Securing Properties Project                                   Fighting Crime                 25/02/04    31/03/05         200,000                    295,000
 REGEN CCTV                                                               Fighting Crime                 15/09/04    31/03/07         500,000                    625,600
 S.P.E.E.D. Securing Properties Project 2                                 Fighting Crime                 08/12/04    30/06/05          99,483                    141,000
 S.P.E.E.D. Securing Properties Project 3                                 Fighting Crime                 15/11/05    31/03/06          75,000                    104,876
 Communications Project                                                   Building Communities           13/11/01    31/03/05         214,379                    388,564   Project awarded £39.5k SRB uplift
Womenzone Community Centre                                                Health & Social Well-Being     29/05/02    31/03/06         192,500                  1,039,000   Training, Advice, Counselling
 REGEN 2000 Community Fund                                                Building Communities           17/04/02    30/09/06         278,979                    540,000
 The Bradford Kite Festival                                               Building Communities           06/05/03    31/12/03          23,000                     26,500
 Bangladeshi Community Capacity Building Project                          Building Communities           07/08/02    31/03/06          74,297                    126,076
 Community Works                                                          Building Communities           15/09/04    31/03/07         175,000    117,249       1,121,800
 R2k ICT E-Enabling Communities Project                                   Building Communities           26/08/04    31/03/07         550,200    134,480       1,771,058
 R2k Community Funds II Project                                           Building Communities           08/12/04    31/03/07         250,000    195,798         320,000
 Communications Project R2k - Phase 2                                     Building Communities           23/02/05    31/03/07         150,000     59,676         150,000
Bradford Hindu Cultural Society - Community Centre and Mandir (Phase I)   Building Communities           14/10/05    31/03/07          98,000     68,659         146,000

Total Fully Approved and Contracted Projects                                                                                       25,450,484   5,901,935    118,447,019

Total Existing and Anticipated Projects                                                                                            28,700,484   5,901,935    126,178,493   Require additional funding approval in addition to £5.9m if any anticipated projects are approved by YF


                                                                                                       Percentage Overprogrammed       2.25%

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          SRB 6 REGEN 2000                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Schedule D
          Quantifiable Outputs: 2006/7
          Updated 26/6/06                                             Outputs from Previous Years                                                                 2006/7 Outputs

                                                                                                                      Quarter 1               Quarter 2               Quarter 3               Quarter 4                Total                  Total                Total               Total              Total Lifetime of      Total Lifetime of
                                                                 Actual Totals to 31     Actual Totals for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Scheme - Projected      Scheme - Agreed
                                                                    March 2005               2005/6              (01/04/06 - 30/06/06)   (01/07/06 - 30/09/06)   (01/10/06 - 31/12/06)   (01/01/07 - 31/03/07)         2006/7                 2007/8               2008/9             2009/10                 Outputs                Outputs

Code                        Output Measures                         All         Ethnic     All         Ethnic       All         Ethnic      All         Ethnic      All         Ethnic      All         Ethnic   All         Ethnic     All         Ethnic   All         Ethnic     All         Ethnic      All         Ethnic     All         Ethnic
1A(i)     JOBS CREATED                                                321.3      226.7       248.9       93.5              18        7             20        8             20        8            22         9          80        32           50       18         629       252           0         0      1,329.2      622.2           450         0
1A(ii)    JOBS SAFEGUARDED                                            245.7      173.6           155       31              8         3             9         3             9         3             9         3          35        12            5        2         100        33           0         0        540.7      251.6            0          0
1A(iii)   CONSTRUCTION JOBS (WEEKS)                                 4,433.2        343     8,528.9        260         1,000         80        1,250        100        1,250        100        1,500        120    5,000          400    12,000         960   19,000         1,520          0         0       48,962      3,483       4,000           0
1B        PUPILS' ATTAINMENT                                          1,187        878       2,107      2,020              50       37             20       15             50       38            20        15         140       105          100       75         100        75          100       75        3,734      3,228           900      600
1C        TRAINEES QUALIFIED                                              692      482           624      425              35       25             45       33             45       34            55        41         180       133          150      112         200       150          150      110        1,996      1,412           500      300
1D        RESIDENTS TO EMPLOYMENT BY ASSISTANCE                           301      246           180      146              14       10             15       11             15       11            16        12          60        44           20       15          40        30           40       30            641      511           335      210
1E        TRAINING WEEKS                                            3,772.3          -     3,704.9           -            160        -            180        -            180        -            200        -         720          -         200        -           0          -          0         -        8,397          -       6,000           -
1F(i)     TRAINED OBTAINING JOBS                                          123      107           123      111              5         4             6         5             6         5             7         5          24        19           12        9          12         9           0         0            294      255           165       90
1F(ii)    OF 1F(i) WHO WERE UNEMPLOYED                                     60       58            79       65              0         0             1         0             1         1             2         1           4         2            0        0           0         0           0         0            143      125            0          0
1G(i)     ENTRIES TO SELF EMPLOYMENT                                       49       42             9         5             0         0             1         0             1         1             2         1           4         2            0        0           0         0           0         0             62       49            0          0
1G(ii)    OF 1G(i) WHO WERE UNEMPLOYED                                     1         0             2         2             0         0             0         0             0         0             0         0           0         0            0        0           0         0           0         0              3        2            0          0
1H        ETHNIC MINORITY PUPILS IMPROVING ESOL                            0         0             0         0             0         0             0         0             0         0             0         0           0         0            0        0           0         0           0         0              0        0            0          0
1I        DISADVANTAGED INTO JOBS                                          8         7            22       17              0         0             1         0             1         1             2         1           4         2            0        0           0         0           0         0             34       26            0          0
1J        YOUNG BENEFITTING FROM PSD                                 14,744     11,258       9,030      7,136             700      525            800      600            800      600            900      675    3,200         2,400           0        0           0         0           0         0       26,974     20,794            0          0
1K(i)     EMPLOYERS IN STUDENT HELP                                        12        -             5         -             0         -             0         -             1         -             2         -           3          -           5        -           0          -          0         -             25        -            0          -
1K(ii)    STUDENTS IN 1K(i) PROJECTS                                       12       11             8         6             0         0             0         0             0         0             0         0           0         0          150      112         150       113          150      113            470      355            0          0
1L(i)     TEACHERS IN PLACEMENT                                            0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -            0          -
1L(ii)    TEACHERS IN TARGET AREAS                                         0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -            0          -
2A        NEW BUSINESS START-UPS                                           83       65           102         0             1         0             2         0             2         0             3         0           8         0            0        0           0         0           0         0            193       65           30          0
2B(i)     NEW BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL FLOORSPACE (SQ. METRES)             5,320          -       4,200           -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -   53,279             -          0         -       62,799          -           800         -
2B(ii)    IMPROVED BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL FLOORSPACE (SQ. METRES)        5,791          -       8,217           -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -     14,007.5          -       2,000           -
2C(i)     NEW BUSINESSES                                                   83       65           105         0             1         0             2         0             2         0             3         0           8         0            0        0           0         0           0         0            196       65            0          0
2C(ii)    BUSINESSES SURVIVING OVER 52 WEEKS                               67       54           103         0             3         0             1         0             1         0             2         0           7         0            8        0           0         0           0         0            185       54            0          0
2C(iii)   BUSINESSES SURVIVING OVER 78 WEEKS                               50       36            96         0             7         0             5         0             0         0             0         0          12         0            4        0           6         0           0         0            168       36            0          0
2D        BUSINESSES ADVISED                                          1,100          -           151         -             10        -             12        -             12        -            14         -          48          -          30        -           0          -          0         -        1,329          -           30          -
3A(i)     NEW PRIVATE DWELLINGS                                            37        -             0         -             10        -             0         -             0         -             0         -          10          -           0        -          89          -          0         -            136        -           140         -
3A(ii)    IMPROVED PRIVATE DWELLINGS                                      472        -           272         -            100        -            150        -            150        -            20         -         420          -           0        -           0          -          0         -        1,164          -           600         -
3A(iii)   NEW LA DWELLINGS                                                 0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -            0          -
3A(iv)    IMPROVED LA DWELLINGS                                            0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -            0          -
3A(v)     NEW HA DWELLINGS                                                 0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -           80          -
3A(vi)    IMPROVED HA DWELLINGS                                            0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -            0          -
3B        DWELLINGS IN TMOS                                                0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -            0          -
3C(i)     DWELLINGS: REDUCED COSTS                                        400        -           272         -            100        -            150        -            150        -            20         -         420          -           0        -           0          -          0         -        1,092          -            0          -
3C(ii)    DWELLINGS: REDUCED COSTS- ENERGY EFFICIENCY                     334        -           244         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -            578        -            0          -
3D        DWELLINGS: BACK IN USE                                           0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -             0         -           0          -           0        -           0          -          0         -              0        -            0          -
3E        REDUCED HARD TO LETS                                             0         -            16         -             1         -             2         -             2         -             0         -           5          -           0        -           0          -          0         -             21        -            0          -
5A(i)     ALL COMMUNITY SAFETY BENEFICIARIES                         40,606     29,449      15,799      9,309              40       28             50       35             50       35            50        35         190       133           20       14           0         0           0         0       56,615     38,905           400      300
5A(ii)    OF 5A(i) AGED OVER 60                                       4,935      3,336       1,052        718              7         5             8         5             8         6             9         7          32        23           10        7           0         0           0         0        6,029      4,084            0          0
5A(iii)   OF 5A(i) FEMALE                                            14,187     10,282       4,182      2,734              25       17             30       21             30       21            30        22         115        81           10        7           0         0           0         0       18,494     13,104            0          0


          Indicates Tier 3 Outputs




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Updated 26/6/06                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Schedule D (continued)
                                                                          Outputs from Previous Years                                                                         2006/7 Outputs

                                                                Actual Totals to 31                                               Quarter 1               Quarter 2               Quarter 3               Quarter 4                  Total                 Total                   Total              Total          Total Lifetime of Scheme - Total Lifetime of Scheme
                                                                                             Actual Totals for 2005/6
                                                                   March 2005                                                (01/04/06 - 30/06/06)   (01/07/06 - 30/09/06)   (01/10/06 - 31/12/06)   (01/01/07 - 31/03/07)           2006/7                2007/8                  2008/9            2009/10             Projected Outputs          - Agreed Outputs

Code                       Output Measures                        All           Ethnic            All           Ethnic          All         Ethnic      All         Ethnic      All         Ethnic      All         Ethnic     All         Ethnic    All            Ethnic   All         Ethnic   All       Ethnic         All           Ethnic        All         Ethnic
5B(i)     DWELLINGS: SECURITY UPGRADED                                  2,552            -               929             -             50        -             70        -             70        -             10        -           200        -             0          -           0        -         0        -               3,681            -          600        -
5B(ii)    COMMERCIAL: SECURITY UPGRADED                                    4             -                17             -             2         -              1        -              2        -              1        -             6        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                 27             -           50        -
5C        COMMUNITY SAFETY INITIATIVES                                    47             -                19             -             1         -              0        -              1        -              1        -             3        -             1          -           0        -         0        -                 70             -           15        -
5D(i)     YOUTH CRIME INITIATIVES                                         30             -                 4             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             1          -           0        -         0        -                 35             -           10        -
5D(ii)    YOUTH ON 5D(i)                                                4,296     3,424                  177       174                 0         0              0        0              0        0              0        0             0        0             0          0           0        0         0        0               4,473     3,598             600        0
6A        HECTARES OF LAND FOR OPEN SPACE                                4.11            -               5.40            -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             9          -           0        -         0        -               18.51            -          2.5        -
6B        HECTARES OF LAND FOR DEVELOPMENT                               0.42            -               6.50            -             0         -         0.49          -              0        -              0        -        0.49          -           0.5          -           0        -         0        -                7.91            -          1.5        -
6C        BUILDINGS IMPROVED AND INTO USE                                 13             -                 9             -             0         -              1        -              0        -              1        -             2        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                 24             -           20        -
6D(i)     KM OF ROAD BUILT                                                0.8            -               0.80            -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                 1.6            -            0        -
6D(ii)    KM OF ROAD IMPROVED                                            3.31            -               1.70            -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                5.01            -            0        -
6E        TRAFFIC CALMING SCHEMES                                          0             -                 1             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                  1             -            0        -
6F        WASTE MANAGEMENT/RECYCLING                                       3             -                 9             -             0         -              1        -              0        -              1        -             2        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                 14             -            0        -
7A(i)     HEALTH: LOCAL ACCESS NEW                                       401        397                  466       347                 0         0              0        0              0        0              0        0             0        0             0          0           0        0         0        0                867       744                0        0
7A(ii)    SPORT: LOCAL ACCESS NEW                                   12,000        9,600                    0             0             0         0              0        0              0        0              0        0             0        0             0          0           0        0         0        0           12,000        9,600               0        0
7A(iii)   CULTURE: LOCAL ACCESS NEW                                     6,519     4,765             21,776       15,490                0         0        3,000          0              0                       0               3,000           0             0          0           0        0         0        0           31,295      20,255                0        0
7A(iv)    HEALTH: NEW FACILITIES                                           3             -                 4             -             0         -              1        -              0        -              0        -             1        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                  8             -            5        -
7A(v)     SPORT: NEW FACILITIES                                            3             -                 0             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             5          -           0        -         0        -                  8             -            3        -
7A(vi)    CULTURE: NEW FACILITIES                                          4             -                 4             -             0         -              1        -              0        -              0        -             1        -             1          -           0        -         0        -                 10             -            3        -
7B(i)     HEALTH: LOCAL ACCESS IMPROVED                                  233        229                    0             0             0         0              0        0              0        0              0        0             0        0             0          0           0        0         0        0                233       229                0        0
7B(ii)    SPORT: LOCAL ACCESS IMPROVED                                     0             0                 0             0             0         0              0        0              0        0              0        0             0        0             0          0           0        0         0        0                  0         0                0        0
7B(iii)   CULTURE: LOCAL ACCESS IMPROVED                                 298        284                    0             0             0         0              0        0              0        0              0        0             0        0             0          0           0        0         0        0                298       284                0        0
7B(iv)    HEALTH: IMPROVED FACILITIES                                      1             -                 0             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                  1             -            1        -
7B(v)     SPORT: IMPROVED FACILITIES                                       3             -                 0             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                  3             -            3        -
7B(vi)    CULTURE: IMPROVED FACILITIES                                    14             -                 4             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                 18             -           10        -
8A(i)     VOLUNTARY GROUPS SUPPORTED                                      56          34                  39             0             3         0              4        0              4        0              5        0            16        0             5          0           0        0         0        0                116        34                5        0
8A(ii)    COMMUNITY GROUPS SUPPORTED                                     244        168                   59             0             5         0              6        0              6        0              7        0            24        0             9          0           0        0         0        0                336       168               15       10
8C        RESIDENTS IN VOLUNTARY WORK                                    298        188                  139        111                8         6              9        6              9        7             10        8            36       27           30          23           0        0         0        0                503       349                0        0
8D        EMPLOYERS VOUNTEERING SCHEMES                                    3             -                 2             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                  5             -            0        -
8E        COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE START-UPS                                   1             0                 2             0             0         0              0        0              0        0              0        0             0        0             0          0           0        0         0        0                  3         0                2        0
8F        CAPACITY BUILDING INITIATIVES                                   99          62                  41             0             2         0              3        0              3        0              4        0            12        0             2          0           0        0         0        0                154        62                1        0
9A(i)     ALL SRB (£)                                           13,185,860               -       5,649,332               -   1,250,285           -   1,850,814           -   1,689,959           -   1,110,877           -   5,901,935          -   3,332,873            -           0        -         0        -       28,070,000               -   28,070,000        -
9A(ii)    ALL OTHER PUBLIC (£)                                  28,651,340               -       9,598,462               -   1,765,000           -   1,765,000           -   1,820,000           -   1,850,000           -   7,200,000          -   4,664,474            -   900,000          -   100,000        -        51,114,276              -   17,678,000        -
9A(iii)   ALL PRIVATE/VOLUNTARY/FAITH (£)                       15,166,367               -      10,733,894               -     600,000           -     850,000           -     756,285           -     950,000           -   3,156,285          -     30,000             -    30,000          -    30,000        -       29,146,546               -   19,633,000        -
10A       CHILDCARE PLACES                                                41             -                36             -             0         -             24        -              0        -              0        -            24        -             0          -           0        -         0        -                101             -           60        -
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7A(vii)   NO. OF NEW PLAY FACILITIES                                       1             -                 4             -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             1          -           0        -         0        -                  6             -            3        -
11A       NUMBER OF PEOPLE TRAINED                                       215        181                 1,022      883                 80       60             85       64             85       64             90       67           340      255          300         225           0        0         0        0               1,877     1,544               0        0
11B(i)    NO.OF PEOPLE RECEIVING INFORMATION, GUIDANCE                  6,010     4,510                 4,606     4,257                35       28             40       32             40       32             45       36           160      128           60          48           0        0         0        0           10,836        8,943               0        0
11C       NO. OF PEOPLE ACCESSING THE PROJECT                           4,026     3,069                 3,163     2,486               130       97            140      105            140      105            150      113           560      420             0          0           0        0         0        0               7,749     5,975               0        0
13D       DWELLINGS BENEFITTING FROM FIRE SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS           2,212            -              2,306            -             0         -              0        -              0        -              0        -             0        -             0          -           0        -         0        -               4,518            -            0        -



          Indicates Tier 3 Outputs




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   SRB 6 REGEN 2000                                                                                                                                                                                   Schedule E
   Key Indicators: 2006/7


          Key Indicator                          Quarter 1                                     Quarter 2                                    Quarter 3                                      Quarter 4
                                            (01/04/06 - 30/06/06)                          (01/07/06 - 30/09/06                         (01/10/06 - 31/12/06)                         (01/01/07 - 31/03/07)
1 Management & Administration    Work Commences on Exploring Suitable          YF quarterly claims and monitoring forms     YF quarterly claims and monitoring forms       YF quarterly claims and monitoring forms
                                 Options and timetable for developing the      fully completed and submitted on time.       fully completed and submitted on time.         fully completed and submitted on time.
                                 Forward Strategy. Staffing restructure        Accountable Body Board and Steering Group    Accountable Body Board and Steering Group      Accountable Body Board and Steering Group
                                 completed. YF quarterly claims and            meeting regularily                           meeting regularily                             meeting regularily
                                 monitoring forms fully completed and
                                 submitted on time. Accountable Body Board
                                 and Steering Group meeting regularily

2 Economy and Jobs                                                             Construction phase of Connecting the City                                                   50 apartments of Eastbrook Hall sold
                                                                               (Development of Broadway) commences


3 Housing and Environment                                                      Site completion of Environmental            REGEN 2000 Matched Incentive Phase 2
                                                                               Improvement Scheme - Phase I - 421          completed - having carried over £2m of home
                                                                               properties improved with new front boundary improvements
                                                                               wall and gate

4 Learning and Skills            Laisterdyke Business & Enterprise College                                                  Carlton Bolling College Design and
                                 Skills Centre Commences on Site                                                            Construction Centre of Excellence - Physical
                                                                                                                            build and fit out to be complete by August
                                                                                                                            2006
5 Fighting Crime



6 Health and Social Well Being                                                 Report crime related figure for Regen 2000



7 Building Communities           First phase of grants approved/contracted
                                 under the R2k Community Funds II Project to
                                 community/voluntary organisations

8 SRB Expenditure                £1,250,285 SRB quarter payment to be          £1,850,814 SRB quarter payment to be         £1,689,956 SRB quarter payment to be           £1,110,877 SRB quarter payment to be
                                 made in respect of expenditure defrayed by    made in respect of expenditure defrayed by   made in respect of expenditure defrayed by     made in respect of expenditure defrayed by
                                 30 June 2006 (Cumulative £1,250,285)          30 Sept 2006 (Cumulative £3,101,099)         31 Dec 2006 (Cumulative £4,791,058)            31 Mar 2007 (Cumulative £5,901,935)

9 Private Sector Expenditure     £600,000 Private Sector quarter payment to £850,000 Private Sector quarter payment to £756,285 Private Sector quarter payment to £950,000 Private Sector quarter payment to
                                 be made in respect of expenditure defrayed be made in respect of expenditure defrayed be made in respect of expenditure defrayed be made in respect of expenditure defrayed
                                 by 30 June 2006 (Cumulative £600,000)      by 30 Sept 2006 (Cumulative £1,350,000)    by 31 Dec 2006 (Cumulative £2,206,285)     by 31 Mar 2007 (Cumulative £3,156,285)

10 Other Public Expenditure      £1,765,000 Other Public quarter payment to £1,765,000 Other Public quarter payment to £1,820,000 Other Public quarter payment to £1,850,000 Other Public quarter payment to
                                 be made in respect of expenditure defrayed be made in respect of expenditure defrayed be made in respect of expenditure defrayed be made in respect of expenditure defrayed
                                 by 30 June 2006 (Cumulative £1,765,000) by 30 Sept 2006 (Cumulative £3,530,000)       by 31 Dec 2006 (Cumulative £5,350,000)     by 31 Mar 2007 (Cumulative £7,200,000)




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                                                                          Appendix 1

              Map of the REGEN 2000/BD3 Regeneration
                    Programme Area in Bradford



              Barkerend Road                           Killinghall Road




City Centre




                                        Leeds Road




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