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Quarterly Partners Meeting HCA South East Midlands 5 Dec 2012; Corby BC Quarterly Partners Meeting HCA South East Midlands 5 Dec 2012; Corby BC

Agenda § Welcome & Introductions – Margaret Allen § Midlands Performance Update – Charlotte Agenda § Welcome & Introductions – Margaret Allen § Midlands Performance Update – Charlotte Hill § Delivery Context; Forward Look – Margaret Allen § Q&As § Spotlight: New Homes for Luton – Alan Thompson; Luton Borough Council – Mohammed Haque; Catalyst Housing Group – Andy Baker; Wates Living Space § Spotlight: Northamptonshire Enterprise Zone – Steve Boyes; Northampton Borough Council § Networking and mince pie

Midlands Performance Charlotte Hill; Head of Programme, Performance and Strategy, HCA Midlands Midlands Performance Charlotte Hill; Head of Programme, Performance and Strategy, HCA Midlands

Key Messages § Excellent response to request for profiling start on site § 2012 Key Messages § Excellent response to request for profiling start on site § 2012 -13 delivery is essential § Bring forward spend from next year if possible

Overall programme performance spend Housing Target 2012/13 Forecast 2012/13 Actual @ 30/11/2012 % of Overall programme performance spend Housing Target 2012/13 Forecast 2012/13 Actual @ 30/11/2012 % of Target £ 167. 8 m £ 179. 9 m £ 72. 8 m 43% Land £ 26. 8 m £ 21. 0 m £ 9 m 34% Decent Homes £ 37. 7 m £ 25. 2 m 67% £ 232. 3 m £ 238. 6 m £ 107 m 46% £ 10. 9 m £ 38. 7 m £ 16. 5 m 151% Receipts

Housing programmes SPEND Target 2012/13 SPEND! Forecast 2012/13 Actual @ 30/11/2012 Actual % of Housing programmes SPEND Target 2012/13 SPEND! Forecast 2012/13 Actual @ 30/11/2012 Actual % of Target NAHP £ 34. 03 m £ 42. 82 m £ 22. 47 m 66% AHP £ 75. 82 m £ 65. 69 m £ 14. 86 m 19% Mortgage Rescue £ 20. 10 m £ 20. 85 m £ 8. 29 m 41% First. Buy £ 27. 00 m £ 41. 9 m £ 19. 79 m 73% Kickstart £ 10. 84 m £ 8. 6 m £ 7. 34 m 67%

Housing programme outputs Target 2012/13 Forecast 2012/13 Actual 30/11/2012 % of Target STARTS Rent Housing programme outputs Target 2012/13 Forecast 2012/13 Actual 30/11/2012 % of Target STARTS Rent 3, 653 4, 676 881 24% LCHO 1, 108 1, 220 193 17% COMPLETIONS Rent 3, 046 3, 455 1, 212 39% 939 936 313 33% First Buy 1, 661 2, 617 1, 229 73% Mortgage Rescue 238 357 148 62% LCHO

The remaining programme Thriving communities, affordable homes The remaining programme Thriving communities, affordable homes

The remaining programme SPEND 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 2014 -15 Actual Forecast The remaining programme SPEND 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 2014 -15 Actual Forecast NAHP £ 110. 2 m £ 42. 8 m £ 22. 5 m £ 9. 3 m £ 2. 2 m AHP £ 37. 4 m £ 65. 6 m £ 14. 9 m £ 94 m £ 92 m STARTS 2011 -12 2013 -14 2014 -15 2012 -13 Actual NAHP COMPLETIONS Forecast Actual Forecast 233 189 17 11 - 2, 072 5, 707 1, 057 6, 178 1, 106 2013 -14 2014 -15 2011 -12 2012 -13 Actual NAHP Forecast Actual Forecast 4, 480 1, 848 951 435 88 568 2, 543 574 4, 673 8, 615

Other programmes spend Target 2012/13 Accelerated Land Economic Assets Property & Regeneration Decent Homes Other programmes spend Target 2012/13 Accelerated Land Economic Assets Property & Regeneration Decent Homes Forecast 2012/13 Actual @ 30/11/2012 % of Target £ 4. 2 m £ 3. 2 m £ 0. 8 m 19% £ 9. 5 m £ 7. 8 m £ 3. 8 m 40% £ 13. 1 m £ 10. 0 m £ 4. 4 m 34% £ 37. 7 m £ 25. 2 m 67%

Other programmes outputs Target 2012/13 Employment 2 floor space 76, 992 M Brownfield land Other programmes outputs Target 2012/13 Employment 2 floor space 76, 992 M Brownfield land reclaimed Private Sector Investment Jobs Potential 19. 2 Ha Forecast 2012/13 Actual @ 30/11/2012 % of Target 120, 192 M 2 104, 690 M 2 136% 39. 2 Ha 36. 4 Ha 190% £ 446. 6 m £ 347. 6 m 5, 779 5, 236

Delivery Context Margaret Allen Delivery Context Margaret Allen

Some successes in Qtr 3 Some successes in Qtr 3

Delivery context – Programmes § New programmes launched: § Care & Support Specialist Housing Delivery context – Programmes § New programmes launched: § Care & Support Specialist Housing Fund (£ 240 m) – HCA managing for Do. H § Additional £ 300 m Empty Homes – bidding details to follow § GBB – projects now on site § First community led scheme allocations made § First. Buy – bids being progressed

Delivery Context – Policy § HCA land § MK transfer confirmed § updated disposal Delivery Context – Policy § HCA land § MK transfer confirmed § updated disposal schedule to be published in coming weeks § City Deals § land receipts to be ring-fenced for re-investment within LEP area (Gtr B’ham & Solihull) § 2 nd wave city deal contenders announced (inc. Black Country; Cov & Warks; Leics; Milton Keynes; Stoke & Staffs) § Growth Pilots § SEMLEP

What could this afternoon bring? What could this afternoon bring?

2013/14 – Joining the dots……. . Housing Regeneration Economic Development Growth Our role is 2013/14 – Joining the dots……. . Housing Regeneration Economic Development Growth Our role is in § Land – provision, assembly, & use § Investment – housing & regen - appraisal & funding § Economic development – remediation, marketing § Enabling – planning, project management, delivery

In the Spotlight: New Homes for Luton Initiative Alan Thompson – Luton Borough Council In the Spotlight: New Homes for Luton Initiative Alan Thompson – Luton Borough Council Mohammed Haque – Catalyst Housing Group Andy Baker – Wates Living Space

New Homes for Luton Housing Partnership Joint Venture New Homes for Luton Housing Partnership Joint Venture

A compelling reason for New Homes for Luton • Luton Borough is a land-locked A compelling reason for New Homes for Luton • Luton Borough is a land-locked unitary authority with London challenges with • Viability on private sites – constant challenges on provision & S 106 • There is an acute shortage of affordable housing in Luton (450 units each year) very limited development land available • 5000+ on the housing register • 1100+ waiting for a transfer • 700+ homeless households , mainly families (average stay in temp accommodation 2 yrs) • Increased use of B&B due to shortage of private sector homes • A growing need for supported housing & disabled units

Strong Leadership and political support • Procured through the BSF OJEU • Single point Strong Leadership and political support • Procured through the BSF OJEU • Single point accountability from Authority • Pro-active project sponsor (Head of Housing) • Housing portfolio holder and Council leader supportive • Dedicated delivery team • Free land in exchange for higher affordable delivery

A Clear set of objectives • The delivery of 450 new affordable homes across A Clear set of objectives • The delivery of 450 new affordable homes across 16 sites in Luton • To optimise the quantum of family affordable homes within phase 1 • Each phase to include a proportion of sites which would not ordinarily be deemed developable as an individual site • Continually revise the design proposals to realise additional family homes on the sites • To recycle any surplus funds from phase 1 sites or any subsequent phase to increase the quantum of affordable dwellings within the project • To optimise the use of previously developed land, sites with unsuitable or redundant former uses or land that could be used more efficiently within the Borough to achieve the project objectives

A Clear set of objectives • Throughout the project, achieve environmental improvements for the A Clear set of objectives • Throughout the project, achieve environmental improvements for the community of Luton Borough • Provide 1 modern apprenticeship for the people of Luton per £ 1 m of build cost • Provide 30 Building Futures places, giving employment opportunities for the long term unemployed of Luton • Initiate a local labour in construction scheme on each site • Mentoring and outplacement opportunities for Authority staff and local students • Provide a sustainability training programme and workshops for Luton residents of new properties delivered under the project

Joint Venture Structure Joint Venture Structure

The expertise of all Partners Working Together The expertise of all Partners Working Together

Standardised business processes Stage 0 - Brief Stage 1 - Feasibility Stage 2 - Standardised business processes Stage 0 - Brief Stage 1 - Feasibility Stage 2 - Pre-development Viability Gateway • Stage 1 – Feasibility • Stage 2 – Pre-development Stage 3 - Construction Stage 4 - Completion Final Viability • Each phase is divided into 5 stages • Stages 0 – Luton BC Brief Viability Gateway • NHFL Programme is divided into 3 phases • Stage 3 – Construction • Stage 4 - Completion

What added value is being provided? Social Outputs from NHFL Value Created 74 x What added value is being provided? Social Outputs from NHFL Value Created 74 x days devoted to training initiatives £ 37, 500 73 x Apprenticeships £ 1, 606, 000 80 x weeks work experience £ 40, 000 10 x Graduate Training Placements £ 120, 000 8 x presentations and 586 x hours of 121's on sustainability £ 66, 600 6 x Floats at Luton carnival £ 6, 000 £ 750 in sponsorship money for local sports teams £ 3, 750 30 x Building Futures Placements £ 75, 000 Community website / blog £ 9000 Career & Work Experience Fairs £ 5000 5 x Wates Community Day £ 17, 500 3 x Community Planting Days £ 1, 500 Catalyst £ 1000 per affordable dwelling in community chest £ 586, 000 TOTAL = £ 2, 573, 850

Phase 1 • 152 homes completed on 3 sites: 92 affordable and 60 sale Phase 1 • 152 homes completed on 3 sites: 92 affordable and 60 sale • £ 2. 3 M of HCA grant under 08/11 NAHP • Completed May 2012

Phase 2 • • • 3 sites – Roebuck Close, Bradley Road and Ickley Phase 2 • • • 3 sites – Roebuck Close, Bradley Road and Ickley Close 209 Homes – 109 affordable, 100 sale Reduced 2011/15 AHP funding of £ 1. 6 M Design and construction improves from lessons learnt on phase 1 Challenges to deliver – village green application, back gates compensation, loss of open space, grant regime changes • Roebuck Close

 • Bradley Road • Ickley Close Phase 2 • Bradley Road • Ickley Close Phase 2

Contacts • • Catalyst – Mohammed Haque, mohammed. haque@chg. org. uk Wates – Andy Contacts • • Catalyst – Mohammed Haque, mohammed. [email protected] org. uk Wates – Andy Baker, andrew. [email protected] co. uk Luton – Alan Thompson, alan. [email protected] gov. uk LLCP – Gavin Miller, gavin. [email protected] co. uk

Questions Questions

In the Spotlight: Northamptonshire Waterside Enterprise Zone Steve Boyes - Director of Regeneration, Enterprise In the Spotlight: Northamptonshire Waterside Enterprise Zone Steve Boyes - Director of Regeneration, Enterprise and Planning; Northampton Borough Council

Northampton Waterside Zone Northampton Enterprise Zone 5 December 2012 Alive with Opportunity Northampton Waterside Zone Northampton Enterprise Zone 5 December 2012 Alive with Opportunity

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Northampton • Population of 210, 000 • Famous for Shoes/ Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Northampton • Population of 210, 000 • Famous for Shoes/ Logistics • Growth Area • Silverstone – F 1 • High Performance Engineering Northampton

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone The Partners • • • Northampton Borough Council Home and Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone The Partners • • • Northampton Borough Council Home and Communities Agency West Northamptonshire Development Corporation Northamptonshire County Council Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership Business Innovation and Skills Department of Communities and Local Government University of Northampton Environment Agency

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Map showing overlap of SEMLEP & NEP Outline of SEMLEP Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Map showing overlap of SEMLEP & NEP Outline of SEMLEP Outline of NEP

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone The Journey • Second round Enterprise Zone • South East Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone The Journey • Second round Enterprise Zone • South East Midlands LEP Competition • National Competition (strongest bid) • Awarded August 2011

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Focus of the Enterprise Zone: - High Performance Technology - Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Focus of the Enterprise Zone: - High Performance Technology - Sustainable Construction - Digital and Creative In conjunction with: - Financial - Leisure - Business Services

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Map of the EZ with key developments already underway Carlsberg Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Map of the EZ with key developments already underway Carlsberg Bottling Plant £ 20 m c£ 7 m (GPF) £ 7 m £ 30 m

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone HCA Land Carlsberg Bottling Plant £ 20 m c£ 7 Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone HCA Land Carlsberg Bottling Plant £ 20 m c£ 7 m (GPF) £ 7 m £ 30 m

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Sixfields • Brownfield Land • 7 sites • Gross developable Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Sixfields • Brownfield Land • 7 sites • Gross developable land approximately 46 ha • Excellent access to the M 1 • Northampton Town Football Club Stadium is located within this area • £ 7 m Growing Places Fund allocated

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Castle Railway Station • 28, 000 m 2 commercial office Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Castle Railway Station • 28, 000 m 2 commercial office development • £ 20 m funding secured for the first phase • Construction work is expected to start in 2013

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone St Peters Waterside • 11, 000 m 2 of high Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone St Peters Waterside • 11, 000 m 2 of high quality mixed use development • Outline Masterplan in place • Strategic land acquisition programme well advanced

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Avon Nunn Mills • Avon European Head Quarters is located Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Avon Nunn Mills • Avon European Head Quarters is located on this site and has c. 600 employees • The old building has been demolished to create a significant development site of 21 Ha • Provides the opportunity for education led mixed-use development • A Compulsory Purchase Order has been undertaken by West Northamptonshire Development Corporation to assemble land in several ownerships

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Branding and Marketing of the Enterprise Zone • Works in Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Branding and Marketing of the Enterprise Zone • Works in conjunction with the existing Northampton Alive Branding • New website completed www. northamptonez. co. uk • Marketing Strategy Completed

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Success to Date • Railway Station £ 20 m • Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Success to Date • Railway Station £ 20 m • Innovation Centre £ 7 m • Student Accommodation £ 30 m • Carlsberg bottling plant £ 20 m • University Campus poss c. £ 300 m

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Next 3 months: • Develop a 3 year Delivery Plan Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Next 3 months: • Develop a 3 year Delivery Plan • Growing Places Fund • Skills - Strategy • Agree Marketing Strategy

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 1) Capital Allowance • Benefit is less Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 1) Capital Allowance • Benefit is less than previous Enterprise Zones • Consideration how competitive the UKs Enterprise Zones are compared to other assisted area across Europe

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 2) EZ Infrastructure Investment • Spend now, Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 2) EZ Infrastructure Investment • Spend now, gain later • Business rate uplift £ 50 m (without) v £ 150 m (with) over 25 years • Loans underwritten by central government

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 3) Developer Finance • Bank based loans Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 3) Developer Finance • Bank based loans for commercial investors • Use governments infrastructure bond • Favourable long term loan

Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 4) Growing Places Fund - Another round Northampton Waterside Enterprise Zone Asks for Government 4) Growing Places Fund - Another round directed towards EZs would be good 5) Business Rates Relief - extend the current business rates window in Enterprise Zones for another 5 years.

HCA Branding Changes / 2013 Partner Meetings Johanne Thomas; HCA HCA Branding Changes / 2013 Partner Meetings Johanne Thomas; HCA

HCA Branding Changes § Single logo, based on a HM Government brand identity § HCA Branding Changes § Single logo, based on a HM Government brand identity § Move to a single citizen facing website for all Government departments and their ALBs § Changes formally incorporated in Civil Service Reform Plan – applying to all Government departments and their ALBs § DCLG early adopter § Timescales § Single brand - April 2013 § Single web domain – April 2014 § Business as usual at the moment but be alert in the New Year

Partner Meetings 2013 § This year was a first for roaming meetings and Spotlights Partner Meetings 2013 § This year was a first for roaming meetings and Spotlights § What works, what doesn’t? § Evaluation based on your feedback – 5 Quick Questions – – Overall feedback questions 1 -3 Venue Frequency Other idea! § Other communication channels to watch out for in 2013 – Midlands enews – Twitter – Linked. In Please give us your feedback!!! www. homesandcommunities. co. uk