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Rural Development Programme
for England 2007 - 2013
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Summary stats – 11th May 2010
Report Date: 11/05/2010
emda RDPE Management Report summary
Budget (m)
Committed
£(m)
Balance
EoIs (m)
%
Headroom
£(m)
%
Axis 1
Regional
Livestock
Skills
Forestry MEG
ERDP legacy
£11.68
£11.05
£2.40
£0.50
£2.87
£4.52
£3.00
£1.77
£0.00
£2.87
38.7%
27.1%
73.7%
0.0%
100%
£7.16
£8.05
£0.63
£0.50
£0.00
£27.34
£17.12
£0.17
n/a
n/a
-£20.18
-£9.07
£0.47
£0.50
£0.00
Sub-total
£28.496
£12.153
42.6%
£16.34
£44.62
-£28.28
Axis 3
Regional
LEADER*#
Broadband
Forestry MEG
ERDP legacy
£13.19
£13.23
£4.40
£0.50
£1.80
£5.33
£14.94
£0.00
£0.00
£1.80
40.4%
113.0%
0.0%
0.0%
100%
£7.87
-£1.72
£4.40
£0.50
£0.00
£18.94
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
-£11.07
-£1.72
£4.40
£0.50
£0.00
Sub-total
£33.12
£22.07
66.6%
£11.05
£18.94
-£7.89
Total*
£61.61
£34.22
55.5%
£27.39
£63.57
100%
55.5%
44.5%
143.0%
Programme %
£1.30
£0.28
£0.04
£0.00
£2.87
11.1%
2.5%
1.6%
0.0%
100%
£4.48
15.7%
£2.03
£0.86
£0.00
£0.00
£1.80
15.4%
6.5%
0.0%
0.0%
100%
£4.69
14.2%
-£36.17
£9.17
14.9%
-98.5%
14.9%
*includes £285,000 from AWM in respect of the Peak District LAG
# the committed figure is the indicative total Leader Approach allocation - it does not represent contracted projects
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Spend
£ (m)
%
-382%
-213%
74%
-241%
-13%
Summary stats – 7th April 2011
Report Date:
emda RDPE Management Report summary
Budget (m)
Committed
£(m)
%
Balance
EoIs (m)
Headroom
£(m)
%
Axis 1
Regional
Livestock
Skills
Forestry MEG
ERDP legacy
£11.68
£11.05
£2.40
£0.50
£2.87
£5.86
£5.32
£1.68
£0.00
£2.87
50.2%
48.1%
69.8%
0.0%
100%
£5.82
£5.73
£0.72
£0.50
£0.00
£21.27
£13.42
£0.11
n/a
n/a
-£15.45
-£7.68
£0.61
£0.50
£0.00
Sub-total
£28.50
£15.72
55.1%
£12.78
£34.81
-£22.02
Axis 3
Regional
LEADER*#
Broadband
Forestry MEG
ERDP legacy
£13.19
£13.23
£4.40
£0.50
£1.80
£10.18
£14.24
£0.00
£0.00
£1.80
77.1%
107.7%
0.0%
0.0%
100%
£3.02
-£1.02
£4.40
£0.50
£0.00
£11.73
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
-£8.71
-£1.02
£4.40
£0.50
£0.00
Sub-total
£33.12
£26.22
79.2%
£6.90
£11.73
Total*
£61.61
£41.93
68.1%
£19.68
100%
68.1%
31.9%
Programme %
Spend
£ (m)
%
£3.24
£2.17
£0.40
£0.00
£2.87
27.8%
19.6%
16.6%
0.0%
100%
£8.67
30.4%
£4.98
£3.78
£0.00
£0.00
£1.80
37.8%
28.6%
0.0%
0.0%
100%
-£4.82
£10.56
31.9%
£46.53
-£26.85
£19.23
31.2%
145.7%
-113.7%
31.2%
regional spend % (excl leader)
*includes £285,000 from AWM in respect of the Peak District LAG
# the committed figure is the indicative total Leader Approach allocation - it does not represent contracted projects
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07/04/2011
-365%
-234%
84%
-388%
-8%
33%
Final numbers (almost)
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Livestock Axis 1
Other Axis 1
Skills (including the Lantra programme)
Axis 3 Livestock (direct)
Axis 3 other
Meg
– 8 contracted
– 7 in appraisal
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52
28
3
4
54
Axis 1, 3 and 4 spend – 10/11
Total Spend for Year
2010-11
Axis 1 Regional (Competitiveness)
£2,840,184
Axis 3 Regional (Diversification)
£4,522,303
Dairy sector re-structuring (EERP)
£492,563
LEADER
£4,205,809
Livestock
£2,409,293
Skills
£809,587
TOTALS
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£15,312,677
Case studies - Toft Logs
•Diversification to develop a fire
wood production business in
Bourne, Lincolnshire.
• The grant assisted with the
purchase of timber handling,
processing and delivery equipment
•RDPE grant offer £34,095.60
•Between September 2010 and
January 2011 the business gained
an additional 120 customers and has
been able to process and deliver
more wood than during an entire
season last year.
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Sutton Bridge Crop Research Centre
•
£269,557 RDPE grant for new building
•
6 environment controlled stores to enable potato
storage research and a knowledge transfer area for
training courses and open days.
•
The training opportunities offered during this project will
enable the benefits and latest research data to be
disseminated to and used by the potato sector, region
and UK wide.
•
Over 2,000 people trained by the end of the project
•Opened by Lord Taylor of Holbeach in September 2010,
attended by 200 delegates
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Potted herb packing and finishing centre
•
•
RDPE grant £400,019
Bourne, Lincolnshire
•
New facility to provide temperaturecontrolled conditions for potted herbs,
from harvesting through to despatch.
Aim to improve shelf-life and product
quality, in particular during the summer
months.
Expected to be fully operational by
September 2011
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By 2014 the business is expected to
have increased the number of pots of
herbs packed to 15 million per year
and will create five new full time jobs
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Woldgrain storage
• Extra 18,000t of storage for
harvest ‘10
• Further 9,000t for harvest ’11
• New driers
• Volumetric blending
• State of art controls
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Branston Anaerobic Digestion and Water Recycling
Facility
•£568,000 RDPE grant
•AD plant will turn outgrade potatoes
into electricity achieving a 40%
reduction in mains electricity
consumption
•Water recycling plant will recycle
60% of the water used to wash
potatoes and reduce mains water
consumption
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Leicestershire Quality Meats
•
RDPE grant towards the costs of building
a £2m multi-species abattoir in the Six
Hills area near Melton Mowbray
•
Construction of buildings to house a
processing plant, refrigeration and storage
facilities.
Animal holding areas created to ensure
the health and wellbeing of the livestock.
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Building work scheduled for
completion in May 2011.
Will process cattle, sheep and pigs.
By 2012 will create 24 jobs.
Hodsock Courtyard
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•
•
RDPE Grant £199,479
Near Worksop, Nottinghamshire
Extension of a complex of redundant farm buildings to create 10 fully
contained, short stay self catering units.
Will receive over 2,000
overnight visitors by
December 2011.
Recently awarded
5 star rating by
Visit England
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Forestry Micro-Enterprise Grant
Beneficiary: Jon Colley Forestry
Project cost: £49,000
Capital expenditure on: 2002 Rottne F12 Forwarder
RDPE contribution of 50%
Benefits to the region:
• 1 Micro-enterprise business helped
• 1 FTE in place by 31st January 2012
• Annual turnover increase of 12-15%
• Uplift efficiency improved
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LEADER Performance to 31 March 2011
LAG
Contract
Value (£)
Project Spend
(£)
%
Admin
Spend
%
% of
Admin
Budget
BNED
2,337,996
949,858
40.63
152,944
6.54
49.98
CAZ
2,000,000
605,987
30.30
92,331
4.62
64.93
LAZ
2,500,000
764,918
30.60
96,202
3.85
68.72
N Northants
1,500,000
261,923
17.46
72,604
4.84
33.61
N Notts
1,500,000
615,882
41.06
35,155
2.34
22.68
PEAK RAZ
2,400,000
1,094,804
45.62
129,669
5.40
48.03
Wash Fens
2,004,500
128,600
6.42
55,668
2.78
58.81
14,242,496
4,421,972
31.05
634,573
4.46
47.93
Total
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Lindsey Action Zone –summary to date
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Farm Diversification: 2 projects funded, total RDPE grant £44,500
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Microenterprise: 8 projects funded, total £461k grant (£347k private investment levered in)
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•
includes diversification projects not eligible under the Farm Diversification Measure as they may have
diversified too much already
Eg: Caistor Equestrian Centre (£172k grant aiming to create 9 jobs).
Frog Hall Fisheries development; Composting project at Riby.
Tourism: 5 projects funded, total £426,759 RDPE grant
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•
Creation of Certificated Location caravan site at Hunger Hill, Riby
Creation of All weather training facility for horse and rider at Hallington, Louth.
Further projects in development/ under consideration. Low but steady levels of activity.
Lots of promotion to farmers.
Includes Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival
(This year has engaged with 25 businesses (mainly accommodation - some on farms) who are promoted in
the brochure and offering discounts through the Walking Festival as a marketing tool.
Heritage: 2 projects funded, total RDPE grant £98,439
Includes a small project to establish and promote animal heritage (rare breeds).
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Kenwick Farmhouse Nursery Tea Room expansion
(Lindsey Action Zone)
• Micro-enterprise measure
• Extension to existing tea room
at plant nursery near Louth,
Lincolnshire
• £16,780 RDPE grant (50%)
• 1.8 jobs created
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Peak District LEADER Summary (1)
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Diversification: 7 Projects supported: £302,394 grants awarded in total.
Eg: Watson’s Butchers and Farm Shop, Hope Valley.
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Micro-enterprise: 33 Projects supported under M312 - Grants awarded - £683,500 total
Range of projects supported include Manufacturing, Arts businesses, Community businesses (2 New start
catering businesses operating from Village/Town Halls). A number of businesses have been supported under this
measure which have a direct impact on the farming community however are not classified as M311 or 123:
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Griffiths Mill - Wool processing business employing 3 people in the South of the Peak District
Hope Valley Ice Cream- additional funding has been supplied to the farming family to extend their ice cream offer
into smoothes drinks.
Cantrell Furniture - A young man has opened a new joinery business on his family farm with support for start up
capital costs provided. The new business enables him to be on site at the farm to assist when required.
Two Village shops have been supported through small scale capital costs to assist the long term viability and to
maintain an outlet for local food producers.
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Tourism: 7 Project supported under M313 - Grants awarded £180,000
‘Extending the Season’ is a three year project providing support to food and accommodation businesses across
the LEADER area, benefiting both diversified farming businesses and the wider business community.
2 New Start cycle hire/support businesses have opened in response to the opportunity created through the Peak
District National Park Authority’s Pedal Peak District project.
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Peak District LEADER Summary (2)
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Basic Services for the Rural Economy M321 - Grant Awarded £117,000
A three year project providing support to communities at risk of losing basic
services or developing opportunities to secure additional services to benefit
their communities.
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Heritage: 3 Projects supported under M323 - £23,000
3 Small scale Heritage projects improving the area in three villages
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Training: 4 projects supported under M331 – Total £40,000
A pilot training project was delivered in direct response to demand to assist
farmers to develop diversification projects that may have been eligible under
M311 and the main RDPE programme.
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Watsons Farm Shop, Hope Valley (Diversification)
• opened on Saturday 2nd April 2011
• RDPE grant £44,363 (40%)
• Renovated agricultural store/garage to house relocated
butchers shop, using home grown meat
• Created expanded farm shop also stocking other local
producers’ goods.
• Shop and farm are part of the Peak District
Environmental Quality Mark scheme and support three
farming families.
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Land Skills East Midlands
Performance to Date
March 2011
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Summary of programme outputs
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Number of businesses registered = 1614
Number of beneficiaries = 2550
Number of Principle Drivers = 1590 (62%)
Total number of training events = 4135
Total number of training days (6hrs) = 4660
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Number of Training Events
0
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Out of region
Nottinghamshire
Northamptonshire
Lincolnshire
Leicestershire
Derbyshire
Events by County
2,000
1,500
1,000
500
0
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Out of region
Nottinghamshire
Northamptonshire
Lincolnshire
Leicestershire
Derbyshire
Number of Businesses
Businesses by County
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
New commissioning
• Environmental Sustainability
- 2 proposals accepted subject to confirmation
• Business Improvement
- 4 proposals accepted subject to confirmation
• Upland Farming
- Bids due in 15th April
• http://www.lantra.co.uk/LandSkills-EM
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