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Sheffield 2012

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Moor Markets New Market, 8 new shops and public realm Start on site June 2012 Total investment - ÂŁ17.5m In partnership with Scottish Widows

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Upper Moor Public Realm

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University Technical College

Specialising in: •Engineering and Adv Ad •Manufacturing •Creative Digital Indu •600 Learners •120 per year pre-16 •180 per year post-1 •Open Sept 2013

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Sheffield Housing Company • •

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2,300 new homes over 15 years Partnership between Sheffield City Council, Keepmoat Ltd and Great Places Housing Group. Work starts on site this Summer for the first 305 new homes. 400 new jobs and 200 apprenticeships over the 15 years.

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New Learning Zone at Chaucer District Centre

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Manor Fields Park

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Highways PFI • £2 billion investment in Sheffield’s road network • 200 new jobs • Supply chain opportunities • One of the UK’s largest current infrastructure projects • Sheffield will have one of the highest quality road and street lighting networks in Europe

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New Retail Quarter

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Park Hill Fit out of the first 78 units within Phase 1 is underway with completion due in December 2012. There are 26 for social rent with the remainder being for sale on the open market.

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New Smithfields Bridge and river enhancements by SCC and Environment Agency, completed 2012

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Nursery St Pocket Park and flood defences started April 2012 – completion July 2012

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Sheffield Children’s Hospital

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Enterprise Zone • Business Rate Relief sites (53 hectares) • Sites eligible for up to £300m of Enhanced Capital Allowances (92 hectares).

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Enterprise Zone Simplified Planning • First completed Local Development Order (LDO) in the country • Quick and cost-free decisions on development proposals for specific, strategically important sites

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Lower Don Valley Lower Don Valley Flood Protection. Programmed start 2013 for completion end of 2014. Over 250 business premises to be protected. Estimated cost ÂŁ11.5m

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Bus Rapid Transit (North) •

Project provides sustainable access by high quality public transport, to existing and proposed workplaces and homes in brownfield areas in the Lower Don Valley between the centres of Rotherham and Sheffield

Remove cap on redevelopment by increasing the capacity of the local highway network

Scheme Jointly promoted by SYPTE, SCC and RMBC Provides an alternative route for local traffic, resolving the conflicting movements of local and strategic traffic at M1 junction 34 (South)

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Scheme cost = £34.35m Benefit to Cost Ratio = 3.54 4,388 jobs and 900 homes directly linked to scheme Start on site January 2014


20 minute service from Cathedral through to Meadowhall South then straight to Rotherham Central Rail Station and then finally to Parkgate.

Tram Train

Tram Train directly creates 38 jobs and is associated with 2,896 future jobs in the local area.

Funded by the Department for Transport. Partnership between the DfT, SYPTE, Stagecoach, Northern and Network Rail. There is potential for future stops in the Lower Don Valley.

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30MW Biomass Plant & District Energy Network

• Nov 2011 Ground Works commenced 2011

2012 2014

• Q1 / Q2 Piling Works • Q3 / Q4 Structural Works

• Q3 Plant Operational

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General information and benefits to the area... ØBetter compliance with Waste Incineration Directive - regulated and monitored by EA • Waste Wood sourced from70Km radius – diverted from land-fill • Approx 30 FTE jobs once operational; Ø£120m investment; • Up to 30MW power, circa 40,000 homes • Displace approx 80,000 tonnes CO2 p.a. - 20,000 car equivalent ØMaximise opportunity for local business through construction and supply chain (Geo Robson in Darnall £14m)

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Digital Region 80% of South Yorkshire covered by next generation broadband network

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Advanced Manufacturing Park AMRC Factory of the Future

TWI Yorkshire

Nuclear AMRC

AMRC Knowledge Transfer Academy AMRC Composites Centre AMP Technology Centre: 26 companies

Castings Technology International

Rolls Royce Advanced Blade Casting Facility

Development opportunities Pre-planning application

Evolution @ the AMP: 11 companies

Rolls Royce Supplier Rolls Royce Project PoWeR

Under construction Operational facilities

100 acres of developable land within the Enterprise Zone

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Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) – Rolls Royce Investment Rolls Royce Advanced Blade Casting Facility Rolls Royce Project PoWeR

Initial job creation = 360 new jobs

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Advanced Blade Casting – construction to commence Summer 2012 of 14,900 sq m facility for the manufacture of single crystal turbine blades Project PoWeR – outline planning for 21,000 sq m for the manufacture of power vessels for next generation nuclear power stations


Advanced Manufacturing Park – AMRC Campus

Knowledge Transfer Centre

Nuclear AMRC (NAMRC)

Design Prototyping and Structural Testing Centre (DPTC)

Proposed AMI-TC facility

AMRC & Composites Centre

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Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Factory of the Future

Unique collaboration between industry and academia

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Nuclear AMRC (NAMRC)

Recently completed 50,000 sq ft facility containing state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment tailored for nuclear industry applications - including a virtual reality suite for assembly research and training

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AMRC Knowledge Transfer Centre

Recently completed 20,000 sq ft facility dedicated to knowledge transfer of applied research and development into industry

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AMI-TC • dedicated education

facilities of 56,000 sq ft comprising teaching space and workshop facilities • intake of 200 apprentices per year • training led by business to respond to industry needs • funded by industrial partners

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• construction to start 2013


Advanced Manufacturing and Materials

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Creative & Digital Industries


Business, professional & financial services

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New approach to Inward Investment • SCR LEP Team - New Lead Generation • Key Sectors Advanced Manufacturing, Enabling Technologies, Business Services, Logistics • MOU with UKTI • Key Offer includes SCR Enterprise Zone

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Creative Sheffield International Trade 2012

•4 Trade Missions to Chengdu, China •1 Trade Mission to Kawasaki, Japan •1 Trade Mission to Philadelphia & Richmond, USA •2 Trade Missions to Hong Kong to World SME Expo

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Global Manufacturing Festival • Image (Marketing Sheffield)

Brendan Moffett

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MADE • Image (Marketing Sheffield)

Brendan Moffett

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Major Events • Images from major events programme • £ of collective economic impact?

Brendan Moffett

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Olympics • 61 national and international events & training camps • 46,000 additional visitors • £18.9 million estimated economic benefit • 80 Team GB and Paralympics GB athletes training in the city • At least 10 Sheffield Businesses have won direct contracts to supply good/services to the Olympic Delivery Agency Gary Clifton

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Start Up and Growth Support • 2,000 pre starts assisted • 500 starts ups • 700 jobs created • 1,700 existing business supported • 200 microloans awarded • £12m invested in workspace

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First Point for Business Since January 2012: – 30 business events – 250 attendees – 100 business enquiries

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3 Regional Growth Fund – Round • Programme bid for local SMEs • 62 initial proposal received • Circa 40 being worked up to full detail • Seeking £30m RGF, leveraging £108m of private investment • Creating 2,500 jobs • Proposal to be submitted to Government on 13 June 2012

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Enterprise Education

• ‘BiG Challenge’: 5 years, 1500 teams, 6,000 young people. • All Secondary, Independents, post-16 schools involved

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Developing the Social Enterprise Sector •

Circa 250 social enterprises trading in the city; 80 of these with turnover between £250K & £1m Creative Sheffield are redesigning business support for social enterprises to focus on sector growth and jobs Priorities for action include: – Linking social enterprises to contract opportunities is a priority – Assisting Public sector spin-outs – Accessible workspace in neighbourhoods

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Economic Masterplan Generating growth that leads to jobs

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City Deals Skills Transport Funding

Decision expected June 2012

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High Speed Rail •Rebalancing the UK economy by serving regions outside of London and the South East •Increased capacity, faster rail journeys, improved links, job creation •Consultation on ‘Ynetwork’ (London to Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester) to begin late 2013/early 2014

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Short Stay Leisure Tourism • Image of Sheffield and the Peak campaign? • Stat on % increase?

Brendan Moffett

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Brendan Moffett

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South Yorkshire Development Fund (JESSICA) • Access to finance for Commercial Development (office, industrial and associated infrastructure). • Recylable £20m fund (£13m ERDF and £7m GPF). • Procurement of Fund Manager underway. • Fund Launch expected September 2012.


Growing Places Fund £18m recyclable funds. • £7m allocated to JESSICA • £11m allocated to Housing and Transport Fund

Chesterfield Waterside

Bus Rapid Transit (North)

Finningley and Rossington Regeneration Route Scheme (FARRRS)

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Sheffield City Region Investment Fund

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Employment and Skills Task Force

Working together to maximise the resources, influencing and adapting mainstream provision, gap filling and providing ‘wrap around services’. Working towards a coordinated investment plan for the city

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Employability Programme Targets the most vulnerable jobseekers & those furthest from the Labour market • • • • •

5,081 helped into work including: 1829 BME residents 812 lone parents 121 of the most vulnerable adults 158 NEETs

• £21m external funding levered for employment programmes Image

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Opportunity Sheffield • Businesses supported 2789 • Toolkits/training packages delivered 3681 • Employees trained 2030 • Apprenticeships 416 • Vacancies filled (excludes apprenticeships) 580 Eve Waite • Jobs safeguarded e.g. under threat of redundancy 890

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Cutlers’ Made in Sheffield • Cutlers’ company have appointed three champions to work with three schools (Bradfield, Stocksbridge, Yewlands) • Focus is Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths • Cutlers, in association with Work-wise will provide real world projects; students will experience work enhanced curriculum, student achievements recorded in Made In Sheffield passport • Launched by Master Cutler in April; starting in schools in new academic year.

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Business friendly city • An excellent place to do business • Quality and range of business support opportunities • A highly skilled workforce • Strong city offer • All the things that make Sheffield an attractive place to live, work, invest and visit

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Business friendly Council • An organisation businesses can work with • Working closely and positively with the city’s business community • Raise awareness of and improve the services we offer to business • Further improve our reputation with the city’s businesses

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Business Friendly Planning 1. Regular Agents Forum 2. Close working with Developer Forum and Chamber of Commerce 3. Visits to local practices

A Service Charter developed to meet business needs

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Customer satisfaction with the Planning Service * Satisfied Business Applicants 86.5% 44.6% - very satisfied 41.9% - satisfied

Neighbours and Community Groups - 69.2%

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* Surveyed Dec 2011/Jan 2012


Sheffield 2012

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Sheffield 2012  

Creative Sheffield presentation on Sheffield in 2012.