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BRADFORD TRIDENT INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY Looking to the future... Bradford Trident’s eighth year delivering New Deal for Communities A NNU A L R E POR T 2 0 07 -2 0 0 8 Looking to the future... Park Lane We’re in it for West Bowling the long run... Marshfields Aerial view of the Bradford Trident area. Welcome to Bradford Trident's eighth annual report. Chair of our Board of Directors As New Deal for Communities funding comes Cllr Ian Greenwood says: to an end this report celebrates the The aim of Bradford Trident ‘Eight years ago we were awarded £50 million New Deal for achievements of Bradford Trident and looks is to bring the West Communities funding for the to the future role it will play in our Bowling, Park Lane and Trident area. Our Delivery Plan community. said what we would do and how Marshfields areas up to we would do it. When I look back The original Delivery Plan 2000 - 2010 has now it is immensely gratifying formed the basis for our work over the last the district average in to see that almost all our targets the programme areas of have been met or surpassed. eight years and huge strides have been made Over those eight years there have in all our theme areas. Educational standards education, community been exciting and inspiring, as have soared, crime is down, many homes well as daunting and challenging, have been improved, public parks and spaces safety, housing, health moments. The hard work, commitment and dedication of are cleaner and well equipped, community and employment. my fellow board members, the facilities have been built and improved, staff and all our partner residents report being happier and healthier organisations, as well as countless residents, has resulted and many businesses are booming. By using in massive positive changes. the Neighbourhood Management approach Bradford Trident is a regional partner of: The key to our success has been we are continuing to work closely with local empowering communities to people to maintain and further the gains have a real and meaningful say in what happens in their that have been achieved. Bradford Trident is a member of: neighbourhoods. Our Board has Looking to the future careful use of our elected Community Directors and in addition we have a wide range assets will mean we will be able to deliver of community forums where ongoing improvements to the quality of life people can actively engage in for our communities for many years to come. the creation and delivery of It is time now to start developing a Photos in this report by kind permission of projects and services. Tim Smith, Steve Tanner, Harry Archer and Bradford Trident is no flash in Neighbourhood Plan for 2010 - 2020. This Andrew Rainbow. Post-it and stamp statistics report is the start of that process so that taken from Ipsos MORI Survey 2006. the pan - we’re in it for the long run. As the local community the proposed Neighbourhood Parish Council anchor organisation Bradford can be well informed of resident’s priorities. Bradford Trident is based at: Trident will continue to work with partners to maintain the Read on for a review of all our work Park Lane Centre gains made. We will use our and an outline of future plans. Further Park Lane, Bradford, BD5 0LN resources to attract further investment, public and private, details are available on request or from Tel: 01274 431441 to ensure that all our www.bradfordtrident.co.uk. You can also Fax: 01274 742134 communities have the best keep an eye on our progress by reading BD5 www.bradfordtrident.co.uk possible opportunities in life. firstname.lastname@example.org I hope you enjoy reading about magazine or looking at www.BD5online.com. our work so far and about our A large print version of this report is plans for the future.’ available on request. PAGE 2 Looking to the future... For further information please Neighbourhood Management contact Mark Fielding on 432590 Current Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Management is Management projects: becoming the cornerstone of Bradford Neighbourhood Wardens, Neighbourhood Officer, Trident’s work as the NDC programme Neighbourhood Worker, moves towards completion and we BD5 magazine, BD5online.com, Neighbourhood Action Groups, begin a new chapter in the bradfordtrident.co.uk, NRF Safer Cleaner Greener, development of our organisation. Women's Forum, Youth Forum, A8 Forum, Faith Forum, Summer Celebration. ‘Thanks to the Neighbourhood Wardens and the Green Team the area is a lot cleaner than it used to be.’ Local resident and Mayfield Centre Worker Mohammed Siddique. Already our Neighbourhood Management Team is massive impact has been made on ONLY 12% strengthening the structures that will allow for the fly-tipping and graffiti, anti-social OF PEOPLE continued involvement of residents in the delivery and behaviour and dog fouling. The E B E L IE VM , ongoing improvement of services to the area. This wardens also make home visits to S VA N D A LI involvement may be by election to the Board of reassure victims of crime and are a GRAFFITI AND Directors or it may be through engagement in source of advice and support for DAMAGE ARE Neighbourhood Action Planning groups or through residents, helping people to access A SERIOUS participation in one of our themed forums. services and facilities. PROBLEM IN THE AREA This process also involves agencies in direct participation. Using some of the resources generated COMPARED TO They take an active role on our board, in our by income from our assets we will 24% IN 2002 Neighbourhood Action Groups and in our forums. continue this work which in turn will Through this approach stronger relationships and help bring additional resources into the area and partnerships are built between residents and agencies continue to improve the quality of life for residents which results in improved service delivery, higher levels and give value for money to service providers. of resident satisfaction and greater value for money. The success of our Neighbourhood Wardens reflects Director Cllr Sher Khan says, ‘Our wide ranging this approach. Our four-strong team regularly liaise programmes are crucial to community cohesion with schools, environmental services and neighbourhood in the area.’ groups. They have worked hard on a daily basis to develop relationships that have helped address a wide variety of issues relating to community safety and the Pictures: clockwise from top left; Neighbourhood physical environment. Since the inception of the project Wardens, Green Team and the Park Lane Centre. PAGE 3 Neighbourhood Management Education s, better New Deal for ‘New school building tastic Communities projects equ ipment and fan rison completed in the results. T here is no compa sed to be h how schools u Local resident Education theme Salma Mir. since 2000: wit round here.’ School Community Extensions Primary School Residentials Learning Mentors Excellence Challenge Primary Project Excellence Challenge Business Links TILE Project Homework Clubs Then... Before New Deal for Communities only 24% of pupils were passing Summer School 5 or more GCSE’s with grades between A* and C. Pupils didn’t expect Higher Education much and few went on to university or college. There was little parental involvement and few opportunities existed for parents to learn at Bursaries school as well. Networks between schools and local organisations were ICT Centres under-developed and buildings needed repair. Levels of educational achievement were very poor at the start of the programme but have IT Support. now outstripped national and local improvement. Over 200 Pictures: left; children putting a time residents rom benefited f capsule under the School Community Community Director Sarah Hinton says, ‘We are Room Extension at bankfoot Primary t the Studen School, middle; pupils from St. very proud of our huge achievements in eme. Stephen’s C of E Primary School, education. More and more of our children are Bursary Sch right; the ICT Suite in use at Newby Primary School. getting a head start in life.’ For further information please contact Chas Stansfield on 437714 A good education opens the door to opportunity. Bradford Trident has worked hard with schools and partners to help improve standards. Results in the area now regularly surpass the district average whereas in the past we often lagged behind. Now... The future... KEY S TAGE Thanks to successful partnerships and the hard work of all involved the percentage of children passing 5 Bradford Trident is delivering the Extended Schools Programme for 100% MOR 4 STUD or more GCSE’s grades A*-C has more than doubled schools and children’s centres in E E 5+ A* NTS WITH -C GC and is now above the district average. In addition the area until at least 2009. The SINC S E 200 E'S to the upgrading of buildings and equipment from project organises courses for 1 core education funding, Trident has added to adults and a range of out of school provision with a range of activities and facilities. activities, including sports and arts, for Each of our eight primary schools has been provided schoolchildren during holidays. In addition it provides with a community room extension that can be used additional curriculum sports activity. We will also be to work with the wider community in educational continuing to support inter-school initiatives courses and social events. Learning Mentors now including the very successful Headteacher’s Network help pupils to higher levels of achievement, pupils and also be supporting Homework Clubs and the Aim regularly go on residential trips and parents are Higher Primary Support Project. encouraged to actively support their children’s learning. Homework Clubs, Student Bursaries and the development of inter-school networks further support the positive change that has been made. PAGES 4 - 5 Education Economic Improvement ys ident has alwa New Deal for ‘Tr of a great friend Communities projects completed in the been area.’ Economic Improvement Local businessman and resident Amjad Ali. bu sinesses in the theme since 2000: New Deal for Business 1 & 2, Chamber Fees, Business Forum, Development Loan Fund, New Enterprise Fund, Jobs @, Community Enterprise Development, Business Facelifts, Trident e-business, At Work, Wage Subsidy 1 & 2, Douglas Mills Feasibility, Impact Trainee Support, Youthbuild Trust, Work Skills, ILM Development, Touch IT, Then... Green Team ILM, I.A.G. Project, In December 1999 there was 12.5% unemployment in the area. In Sports Action Zone, 2002 only 30% of people were in paid work. The average household Job Start Bursaries, income in 2000 was £265. All these lagged well behind the district Opportunity Centre, average indicating deep and systemic poverty. Benefit dependency Youth Build 1, 2 & 3, was also high and that was coupled with a low economic activity rate IT Skills for Employment, of 42%. This was compounded by little targeted effort being made Training and Skills Study, to address the problems. Training Awards 1 & 2, Urban Regeneration Team, Adult Construction Skills, Accent FAB Training, Sports Employment. 101 busi Business Director Vipin Joshi says, ‘We can’t start nes s tackle deprivation without improving household since J ups incomes. The best way to do that is to support anuary skills development, entrepreneurs and business. Pictures: left to right; At Work, New Enterprise, Youthbuild Trust, 2000 This in turn will provide a skilled workforce At Work, and The Grid. earning money in local jobs.’ For further information please contact Zubare Khan on 437651 Helping people into employment and supporting the development of local businesses have been emphasised in our work to improve the economic viability of the area. Training and the attraction and retention of employees have been at the centre of our initiatives. Now... The future... As with national experience getting people into work Through the Opportunities Centre on Manchester has been the most challenging part of our programme. Road and our work with The Grid, which supports Even so considerable progress has been made. new business development through the LEGI Unemployment is down to 8.5% and the number of programme, we will continue to support residents people in paid work has risen to 41%. The average and businesses. We will also maintain our popular household income is up 132% to £350 per week. Business Forum which keeps local businesses in All these close the gap on district averages. touch with each other and with developing Initiatives such as Job Start Bursaries and the Wage opportunities, and seek partnerships with relevant Subsidy Project helped both residents and employers public and private sector agencies to attract with the difficult first few months of starting or investment to the area. creating new jobs. The Training Awards project gave I PATION PARTIC G grants of up to £1,000 helping residents take up NIN IN TRAI UP BY training opportunities. Businesses benefited through the Enterprise Loan Fund. Trident E-business helped 50% to increase the number of businesses trading electronically. Intermediate labour market projects, like the Green Team, also helped local people back 2002 SINCE into employment and benefited the Trident area by providing a rapid response cleansing service. YouthBuild provides training and employment opportunities within the construction industry. PAGES 6 - 7 Economic Improvement Crime Reduction New Deal for ‘Havin g more police on ple rol has given peo Communities projects completed in the pat he onfidence in t Local resident Crime Reduction Nageena Khan. c community.’ theme since 2000: Secure by Design 1 & 2, Business Target Hardening, Community Police Team, Community Watch 1, 2, 3 & 4, Crimestoppers 1 & 2, Vehicle Crime Prevention, Burglar Alarms, Alleygating, CCTV, Improved Street Lighting, Arrest Referral 1, 2 & 3, Drug Interactors, Personal Safety 1 & 2, Crim Then... Home-School Mediation 1, 2 & 3, es 1,00 per High rates of burglary, car crime, and anti- Youth Inclusion 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5, social behaviour all contributed to a high Domestic Violence 1, 2 & 3, dow 0 level of fear of crime. Added to this was Intensive Supervision and n by the lack of uniformed presence in the area Surveillance 1, 2, & 3, Prince’s Trust Volunteer 42% and the absence of a co-ordinated multi- agency approach. Scheme. LE VEHIC ‘We need to remain vigilant to CRIME ensure we don’t go back to the CUT BY NCE bad old days of high crime and HALF SI Pictures: left; members of the Trident Police Team, middle; Inspector Zahid Khan, right; Safety First Mini Bus. the fear that breeds,’ says Community Director Akhtar Khan. 2001 For further information please contact Umar Hayat on 434904 In 2000 Trident was one of the high crime areas in the district with annual crime rates of 105 per 1,000 population. Using a variety of innovative approaches and by pioneering the concept of Neighbourhood Policing crime has plummeted in the area and is now at or below the district average of 60 per 1,000. Now... The future... Bradford Trident committed £1.5 million to the Neighbourhood Policing remains at the core of crime provision of four Community Police Officers to work prevention in the Bradford Trident area. We are exclusively in the area. This had an effect on crime continuing and developing our Anti-crime Partnership figures straight away. These officers are now and will be working closely with residents to keep supplemented by PCSO's. Hundreds of homes have the improvements made in the last few years. We had security improved through the Secure by Design will maintain our direct links with senior police project, CCTV cameras have been installed and projects officers through our board, working groups and like the Trident Intensive Supervision Surveillance forums. Programme have tackled problems caused by persistent young offenders. Now these measures are in place more emphasis is being put on engaging communities to help police with information gathering in order to make even greater inroads into ED crime. Community Watch and Crimestoppers, for example, are active partnerships with local people, IMPROV N D A DOOR local business and the police. Now 30% more people OW W I N DS TO feel safer on the streets at night compared to 2002. Only 4% of the population feel burnt out cars are LOCK a problem compared to 20% in 2002. 00 10M E S HO PAGES 8 - 9 Crime Reduction Health and Environment New Deal for Communities projects ‘The whole area looks completed in the so much better han it did.’ Local resident Ivy Pell. Health and Environment theme since 2000: t Environment: Parkside Park, Environmental Awareness, Major Routes and Traffic Improvement, Masterplanning, Architectural Lighting 1 & 2, Living Street Phases 1 & 2, Environmental Improvement Early Wins, Open Space Development, Radwell Drive Play Area, Ashton House Play Area, Springmill Street Play Area, Springmill Street Civic Area, Trinity Road Football, Chichester House Play Area, West Bowling Open Spaces, 21% Then... Woodroyd Garden, Burnett Street Civic Area, Almost all public spaces were derelict and badly OPLE Oaks Fold Improvement. maintained. Playgrounds were dilapidated. Key OF PELITTER T H I N K ERIOUS routes through the area were visually unattractive IS A S Health: Shree Prajapati, and major routes were affected by speeding traffic BLEM P R OARED TO Healthy Living, Sports for Life, COMP 2002 and lack of pedestrian facility. Rates of all major IN health indicators were bad. Coupled with this people’s 40% Nutrition Project, Health Trainers, Dance for Health 1, 2 & 3, Minibus, self esteem and their perception of their own health Childcare Development, Aromatherapy, being good were both low. Mayfield Childcare, Health Planning, Children’s Development Worker, Dental Health Project, ly Now on eople Home Safety Project, Speech & Language Therapy, p Older People Support, 25% of- below smoke istrict Occupational Therapy, Community Director and Vice Chair the d of 28% Bradford Day Shelter Social Care, Community Health Improvement 1 & 2, Zamurrad Khan says, ‘Keeping our Health and Social Care Co-ordinator. average neighbourhoods clean and tidy is an Pictures: left to right; Oral Health Project, important contribution to the quality Traffic calming, public art on the Living Street, Woodroyd Centre. of life of our residents.’ For further information please contact Judith Atkinson on 434680 Being able to enjoy well maintained open spaces and having newly equipped play areas makes our neighbourhoods better places to live in. Linked to this our programme of targeted health initiatives, aimed at reducing chronic diseases and increasing exercise, have improved the quality of life for residents. Now... Work on the Living Street to the west of Manchester Health matters have been addressed with a wide Road has transformed pedestrian and cycling routes variety of initiatives. The Healthy Living Team has through the area. It runs from Neal Street to St worked to involve residents in activities like swimming Stephen's Road. The soon to be constructed Manchester classes and walking for health. It also improved access Road bridge will connect the two halves of the route. to services that many people were unaware of. Other The bridge is supported by the Big Lottery through key health projects include the Community Health Sustrans and will link it to a District-wide network Initiatives Fund, the Family Support Project, the stretching to the Kirklees Greenway. New playgrounds Dental Health Project and the Home Safety Project. and multi-use games areas can be seen at a number Now 44% of people consider their health to be good of venues including Springmill Street and Ashton compared to 39% in 2002. and 66% of people report House. Improvements to public spaces, like those at being happy all or most of the time. Star Street and Clipstone Street, have made the area look smarter as have new parks - particularly Parkside The future... Park and Springmill Street. Hundreds of new lighting columns add security and safety and these have been The new Health Inequalities Project will ensure better enhanced by the Architectural Lighting Project which access to health services. We will also be working to highlights buildings of interest located at important create more opportunities for people to engage in physical exercise and to improve diet. At the same gateways or routes within the New Deal area. To help time we will make sure parks and open spaces are maintain these gains the Green Team works to keep properly maintained. The new Trident Park on Park the area tidy. Lane will open and we will seek more funds to make the area look better still. PAGES 10 - 11 Health and Environment Housing and Development g on New Deal for ‘T he new housin the es Communities projects Park Lane mak look completed in the neighbourhood ds more d better and a e area.’ Local resident Housing & Development Satnam Singh. variety to th theme since 2000: Facelift Pilot, Facelift 1, 2 ,3, 4 & 5, Obsolete Flats Demolition 1, 2 & 3, Bridging the Gap 1 & 2, Private Housing Condition Survey, Univeral Matched Incentive Pilot, Universal Matched Incentive, Healthier Hearts Plus, Environmental Enforcement, Manchester Road Windows, BD5 @ Home, Private Sector Housing Loans Pilot, Then... Private Sector Housing Loans, Social housing was run down and poorly 6OM4 6 ES Private Sector Housing Market maintained whilst at the same time private Research 1 & 2, housing stock was in decline with house prices Development Partner Selection, well below the district average. Many were Park Lane Preparation Phase, H PROVE D BY in a poor state of repair. There was no IM FT West Bowling Urban Village. FACELI T strategic plan for the area which PROJEC compoundedby residents. being experienced other problems Community Director Greg Lucas says, ‘All in all Pictures: first three left to right; Demolition and it means a better quality of life for residents in new build at Park Lane, far right; A completed Facelift terrace. both private and public housing.’ For further information please contact Wayne Noteman on 432562 Improving and adding to the existing housing stock has been at the centre of the Bradford Trident housing strategy. Working with partners in the public and private sectors unfit flats have been demolished, new homes built and existing houses and flats improved and upgraded. rices erty p Now... Prop % p 1820 Hundreds of privately owned houses have already Poor standards of benefited from the Facelift Plus, Warm, Dry & Safe and Home Improve schemes with many more set to management and property repair in the privately rented u ce 200 sin trict follow. Bulldozers have seen the back of old flats preparing the way for redevelopment. Development sector was addressed by the Private Sector Housing st dis 3% again of 9 e partners Haslam Homes are building more new Enforcement Team which averag homes for sale or rent on the Hutson Street site. worked proactively with Linked to this Bradford Community Housing Trust landlords to drive up standards. has invested £27m upgrading the tower blocks in the Park Lane area. @ Home in BD5, the one stop The future... housing shop, offered a wide range of help and advice in addition to undertaking liaison work with Using our earned income we will continue to improve residents whose property was being improved. The homes through the Facelift Plus project. We will also Homeloans Scheme helps residents fund their be working with partners to further the development Matched Incentive and Facelift contributions. The of sites such as Reyner House and Dunoon House. We Housing for Healthier Hearts and Occupational will also continue to work with all our social housing Therapy schemes improved conditions for those partners to ensure standards are maintained and living with chronic illness and disability by installing that opportunities for further improvement are appropriate facilities and helping residents claim secured. grants for items such as insulation and ventilation. PAGE 12 - 13 Housing and Development Youth and Community Involvement more New Deal for ‘There are so manyities mun Communities projects places for com here were completed in the to use than te good r – and they a Local resident Youth and Community Balaal Hussain. Involvement theme quality too.’ since 2000: Youth Forum, Youth Support Fund, Bradford Festival, Sport for Life, Saturday Film Club, Project 5, Trident Arts Project, Bradford South Carnival, Space Stage and Seating, Reading the City, Trident Fund, Trident Football, Key Fund, Urban Regeneration Team, Youth Incentives Scheme, Asylum Seekers/Refugees Project, Then... Racial Disadvantage Research, Youth ent Back in 2000 there was a desperate lack loym Faith Communities Pilot Project, of provision for young people and a very Unemp 1el0.t7e%2st.5i%t Community Initiatives Fund, poor infrastructure of community facilities. The Community Facilities Fund In addition there was also a lack of effort di r c to empower people. There were few structures b o w h benefited 16 local community in place to enable residents, and especially - e of 1 buildings and paid for the young people, to be involved in decision making. averag building of the Mayfield, Woodroyd and Park Lane Centres. YO U T H FORPMMT VELO DE U EN TOMAUMT:Y C E M NI Y R ON Community Director Jamshed Khan says, ‘Our Pictures: left; Trident Arts Project, middle H A RDMWINNER A S three; Mayfield Centre before, during and AW programme has not just been about buildings after, far right; Summer celebration. it has been about empowering people too.’ For further information please contact Umar Hayat on 434904 Community organisations have been supported in both the development of buildings and in their capacity to be more effective in what they do. In particular Bradford Trident has been keen to work with young people through youth empowerment programmes such as the award winning Youth Forum Development Team. Now... Hundreds of applications for funding were made and the Action for Youth project which offered through the Community Initiatives Fund. Phase 2 accredited training opportunities for young people. of the Trident Fund allocated £12,000 each to 16 Neighbourhood centres are an important part of this organisations and the Community Facilities Fund theme. We have opened the Mayfield Centre, has helped community groups keep their buildings Woodroyd Centre and Park Lane Centre. We have in good condition and bring them up to modern invested in many other centres - Chichester House, safety and accessibility standards. Sport and the arts the Italian Centre and the West End Centre at St are also contained within this area with support Oswald's Church to name just a few. being given to Bradford Trident Football, the Sports for Life Project and extensive support for arts activity through links with Bradford Festival, local artists and The future... the ever popular Summer Celebration. There's Our commitment to working with young people will extensive support for youth development too. The be supported through the continuation of youth Youth Forum offers young people the opportunity empowerment projects and at the same time we will to directly engage in the decision making processes be supporting centres as part of our overall of Trident. In addition through the Youth Support Neighbourhood Management programme. Small Fund up to £1,000 can be granted to youth based grants for activities will still be available and we will activities in the area. Other projects included the work in partnership with others to attract new Youth Incentives Scheme which encouraged funding and projects to the area. community work and promoted community cohesion PAGES 14 - 15 Youth and Community Involvement The future of Bradford Trident We will continue to communicate to residents Bradford Trident will continue it’s work through the BD5 magazine, beyond 2010 and the end of NDC events, our web sites and word of mouth networks. It is through funding. In future years we will use this work that Bradford Trident our assets and further fundraising to maintains an inclusive voice for all. It ensures transparent, deliver more improvements in the area. accountable and legitimate processes are undertaken with funding arrangements and that The organisation the community is best able to Bradford Trident is a company limited by guarantee and a registered negotiate service level charity. This will not change. What will change is the way people are agreements with organisations selected to serve on the board. At present there are plans to create a like Bradford Council. We will Neighbourhood Parish Council for the area. When this happens then also make sure our work fits with elected Neighbourhood Parish Councillors will be co-opted to the the neighbourhood renewal board as Community Directors. As part of its long term strategy strategies of the local council Bradford Trident has invested in property and this is managed by its and central government. trading arm Bradford Trident Trading. The profits generated are gifted to Bradford Trident and will be used for community benefit. As described earlier in this report we will continue to deliver projects like Facelift Plus, Maintaining the gains Extended Schools, Health Bradford Trident is determined to maintain the gains that have been Inequalities, LEGI and Youth made in the area. As well as using its own resources to keep buildings Inclusion projects for the like the Woodroyd Centre in good condition. It will also do it by ensuring it is up to date with council and government policies so that continued improvement of all it can best take advantage of new funding that comes along. Through theme areas. Our work helping Bradford Trident Trading it will sell its services to others and use the to develop the area is also not surplus to promote new projects in the area. It will work in partnership complete. New developments with outside agencies to make sure our communities get the best and along Manchester Road will that where possible initiatives we take become 'mainstreamed' so that include a new retail building they become a lasting part of services and facilities in the area. adjacent to Pakington Street and a new project at Dunoon House. Neighbourhood Management There will also be extensive redevelopment of the Reyner Good and effective Neighbourhood Management is a key part of our work. Our staff team, which includes the Neighbourhood Wardens, will House site at the bottom of Park maintain the involvement of residents and organisations through Road. Any profits from these Forums and Neighbourhood Action Groups in the on-going improvement developments are used to of the area. continue the regeneration of the area. PAGES 16 Looking to the future... It’s time to start putting together a Neighbourhood Plan for BRADFORD TRIDENT INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY 2010-2020. Please fill in this questionnaire to help Bradford Trident find out what is important to you! Pop it in the post - it’s Freepost - no stamp is needed! SECTION A Crime Reduction Please circle the number that matches how you feel about the following Seeing uniformed services on the streets. 1 2 3 4 5 statements. 1 = strongly agree, 2 = agree, 3 = neither agree or disagree, Offenders should be helped to change their ways. 1 2 3 4 5 4 = disagree, 5 = strongly disagree Not enough is being done to catch criminals. 1 2 3 4 5 Youth and Community Involvement Education Community Centres should be self financing. 1 2 3 4 5 A good education is important for all children. 1 2 3 4 5 Providing activities for young people is important. 1 2 3 4 5 Courses for adults should be available in the area. 1 2 3 4 5 Forums and Action Groups are important 1 2 3 4 5 ways for resident’s views to be heard. Economic Improvement Health and Environment People need help to improve their skills. 1 2 3 4 5 Business should get support. 1 2 3 4 5 Fly-tipping and litter is a problem around here. 1 2 3 4 5 People must do some training if they are 1 2 3 4 5 People need to know more about health issues. 1 2 3 4 5 getting benefits. There should be more pedestrian and cycle routes. 1 2 3 4 5 There should be more recycling. 1 2 3 4 5 Housing and Development Bradford Trident should continue to assist 1 2 3 4 5 owner occupiers to improve their properties. More should be done to make sure 1 2 3 4 5 rented accommodation is of good standard. SECTION B Choose the three things that would most improve your quality of life. Please number them 1-3 with 1 being most important. Lower crime Better educational opportunities Better healthcare More police Less litter More parks and open space Better public transport More shops More community events Better job opportunities Improved housing Other, please state: How do you find out what is happening in your neighbourhood? Please tick all that apply. T&A BD5 Magazine Regional Television BD5online.com Place of worship Talking to friends and neighbours FREEPOST RRXR-XXZY-XAAZ Neighbourhood Forums and Action Groups Bradford Trident Other, please state: Park Lane Neighbourhood Centre SECTION C Please let us know something about you. Park Lane Your age? 0-18 19-25 26-35 36-50 51-65 66+ Bradford Your gender? Man Woman BD5 0LN Would you describe yourself as: White Pakistani Indian African African Caribbean Slovakian Slovenian Czech Polish Other European, please state: Other, please state: I live in: Marshfield West Bowling Park Lane Little Horton Parkside Yes! I would like to be kept up to date with Trident activities. You can contact me. Name: Address: Mobile: E-mail: Section C is optional and won’t be used by anyone but Bradford Trident. BRADFORD TRIDENT INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY Our Board and Advisors Many thanks to the directors and advisors who served on the Bradford Trident Board during 2007-2008. Community Directors are elected by residents whilst the others are appointed by the agencies shown. Community Directors: Government Office Advisors: West Bowling: Greg Lucas, Jahnzaib Sarwar (Vice Chair until Nov ‘07), Helen Gibson - Government Office for Yorkshire and the Humber Zamurrad Khan (Vice Chair from Nov ‘07), Sarah Hinton, Zahira Hussian. Paul Lattimer - Government Office for Yorkshire and the Humber Park Lane: Munawar Khan, Nawaz Khan, Akhtar Khan, Jamshed Khan. Bradford Council Advisor: Marshfields: Jaroslav Gorol, Khalid Mahmood, Isa Khan Dave Moss - Head of Service, Programmes Management Council Directors: Janet Hulse - Objective 2, Programme Manager Councillor Ian Greenwood (Chair), Councillor Sher Khan, Bradford Trident Trading: Councillor Mohammed Jamil Bradford Trident Trading Ltd was formed on 6 January 2005 and is a Faith Directors: wholly owned subsidiary of Bradford Trident which is a charity. Sister Julie McGing - Christian Faiths, The trading company was formed to allow Trident to transact commercial Mohammed Khan - Muslim Association activities which a charity could not undertake. Examples are the Voluntary Sector Director: development of the former Reyner House site and the site at Park Lane. Ali Jan Haider - Attock Community Association The independent directors of Bradford Trident Trading are: Business Directors David Wilkinson - Interim Chair, Nick Chamberlain, Ian Hayfield, Vipin Joshi – Sector Foods, Omar Khan – OK’s Restaurant, Ray Tate and Jennifer Rowe. Those nominated by Bradford Trident are Nick Baggio – Ivy Guest House Vipin Joshi -Vice Chair, Cllr Ian Greenwood, Jamshed Khan, Zamurrad RSL Director: Khan, Ali Jan Haider and Jahnzaib Sarwar. Will Jennings - Accent Group, Health Authority Director, Health Director: Anita Simms - Bradford City Primary Care Trust Police Director: Sarah Brown - West Yorkshire Police Learning and Skills Council Director: Paul Johnson Pictures: left; Springmill Street Park before and after, right; Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott MP talking with local young people on a Advisors: David Wilkinson - Special Advisor visit to the area. PAGES 19 Our Board and Advisors Facts and figures Here are some of the Trident’s activities have improved the area % saying a great deal/fair amount improvements that have 80 70 happened since 2000. 60 50 40 YES, agree 30 20 Our main aim has been to ‘close the gap’, the 10 statistical gaps between the Trident area and 0 the rest of the district and to make the area 2002 2004 2006 MORI Survey years a better place in which to live. Education Health Pupils passing 5 or more GCSE’s with grades A*-C: Percentage of people smoking: 2001 – 24.1% 2007 - Trident; 25% District; 28% 2007 – 54% Crime Economic Improvement Crimes per 1000 population per annum: Percentage of unemployment: 2000 - Trident; 105 District; 61 2000 - Trident; 13% District; 5% 2007 - Trident; 61 District; 64 2007 - Trident; 6% District; 2.5% Residents Perceptions Housing and Development The seven tables on this page show the Residential Property Price Index: progress made in the Bradford Trident area. 2000 - Trident; 100 District; 100 2007 - Trident; 282 District; 193 “Is there a lot of tension between different NDC Aggregate NDC Aggregate Fear of crime - safety walking alone after dark Can influence decisions that affect your area ethnic groups/religions in this area?” 60 30 60 NO, disagree % feeling a bit/very unsafe 50 25 50 % saying YES 40 20 40 % 30 15 30 Bradford Trident Bradford Trident YES, agree 20 10 20 10 5 10 0 0 0 2002 2004 2006 2002 2004 2006 2002 2004 2006 MORI Survey years MORI Survey years MORI Survey years NDC Aggregate NDC Aggregate NDC Aggregate % believe it is a serious problem Litter and rubbish Vandalism and graffiti Quality/lack of parks and open spaces % believe it is a serious problem 40 35 30 Serious problem in the area 35 30 25 30 25 20 25 20 20 15 Bradford Trident Bradford Trident Bradford Trident 15 15 10 10 10 5 5 5 0 0 0 2002 2004 2006 2002 2004 2006 2002 2004 2006 MORI Survey years MORI Survey years MORI Survey years Spending the money This is how Bradford Trident spent its funding during 2007-2008, what it plans to spend 2008-2009 and what will have been spent in total in each theme area by the end of the NDC programme. ACTUAL SPEND 2007 - 2008 SPEND 2007 - 2008 £ 1 Jobs and Business 415,300 7) Management 1) Jobs and Business and Administration 2 Crime and Community Safety 213,400 7 1 2) Crime and 3 Housing and Development 772,600 Community Safety 6) Programme 2 4 Health and Environment 298,600 Wide 6 5 Youth, Education and Community 1,150,000 6 Programme Wide 297,000 3 3) Housing and Development 7 Management and Administration 529,100 5 4 Total spend 3,676,000 5) Youth, Education and Community 4) Health and Environment PLANNED SPEND 2008 - 2009 PLANNED SPEND 2008 - 2009 £ 7) Management 1) Jobs and 1 Jobs and Business 65,100 2) Crime and and Administration Business Community Safety 2 Crime and Community Safety 29,200 1 2 7 3) Housing and 3 Housing and Development 56,600 6) Programme 3 Development Wide 6 4 Health and Environment 103,100 4 4) Health and Environment 5 Youth, Education and Community 771,200 6 Programme Wide 54,100 7 Management and Administration 159,700 Total spend 1,239,000 5) Youth, Education 5 and Community PROJECTED SPEND 2000 - 2010 TOTAL SPEND 2000 - 2010 £ 1 Jobs and Business 6,531,600 7) Management 1) Jobs and Business and Administration 2 Crime and Community Safety 4,140,300 7 1 2) Crime and 3 Housing and Development 11,924,600 Community Safety 6) Programme 6 4 Health and Environment 4,799,900 Wide 2 5 Youth, Education and Community 16,040,800 6 Programme Wide 5,032,600 3) Housing and 3 Development 7 Management and Administration 5,116,200 5 Total spend 53,586,000 5) Youth, Education 4 and Community 4) Health and Environment The budgets have been approved by the Bradford Trident Board of The company became VAT registered on 1 January 2001 - Registered Directors and a management accounting system is in place to Number 865 4414 11. Bradford Trident Limited became a registered ensure effective monitoring of projects and full accountability for charity on 11 January 2005 - Number 1107561. public funding. For more details on the financing of Bradford Trident’s work through Our company limited by guarantee– Bradford Trident Limited – New Deal for Communities, contact Company Secretary David Mosley Registered Number 4084653 was incorporated on 5 October 2000. on 437439. PAGES 20 - 21 Facts and figures & Spending the money Looking to the future... Pictures: left; xxxx xx xxxxxx xxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxx, middle; xxxx xx xxxxxx xxx xxxxx xxxx, right; xxxx xx xxxxxx xxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxx. 2 0 07-2 0 0 8 This report outlines the work of Bradford Trident, your local regeneration partnership. Please ring 01274 431441 for a detailed interpretation.
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