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Funding and Devolution Workshop: Transport and Health Summit 2017, Bristol, 24 February

22 February 2017

 

Transport and Health Summit 2017, Bristol, 24 February, 12 am

Funding and Devolution Workshop: Agenda 

Objectives of Workshop

  1. Network and meet others outside their own day-to-day networks: expect ideas to be shared through chatting (need to make allowance for this).

  1. Share challenges faced and pick up good ideas from others: ‘more formal’ sharing of experiences and learning good ideas, what works where, etc.

  1. Rapid learning from expert panel: up-front rapid presentations by key players

Key questions for the workshop

  1. Have we managed to secure mainstream funding for smarter choices within Local Authorities, or are we still dependent on handouts from others?

  1. For those who have Devolution Deals, are you securing revenue for smarter choices through your Deal?

  1. If you have neither revenue funding from Devolution Deals nor DfT Access Fund, how do you now secure funding for smarter choices?

  1. How do we learn from the What Works evaluation of LSTF? How do we apply the lessons learned to new programmes, for both those who secured Access Fund and those who are using other sources of funding?

Speakers and panel

  1. Jonathan  Foster Clark, Atkins: chairing, introducing panel, drawing together common threads

  2. Brth Hiblin, Transport for Quality of Life: What Works report (evaluation of LSTF) 

  3. Liz O'Driscoll, Exeter City Futures CIC: new delivery models

  4. Jon Harris, Harris Ethical: new delivery models

  5. Chris Rusholm, Living Streets: Blackpool's successful Access bid – making the case
  6. Phil Jones, PJA: Social Impact Bonds case study

Format of Workshop

  1. Intro and panel presentations 30 minutes

    1. Intro and welcome

    2. Five panel members: 4 min max each

    3. Divide into groups

    4. Workshop discussions 30-40 minutes

    5. Feedback 10 minutes

Wrapping up 5-10 minutes

    1. Panel response to issues raised

    2. Conclusions and next steps



 
 
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