Private & Social Enterprise Collaboration. 1 st May 2012. Setting the context. All truth passes through three stages, first it is ridiculed, second it is violently opposed, then it is accepted as being self-evident. Arthur Scholpenhaeur. What is the Strategic Investment Board?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Private & SocialEnterprise Collaboration1st May 2012
All truth passes through three stages, first it is ridiculed, second it is violently opposed, then it is accepted as being self-evident.Arthur ScholpenhaeurSetting the context
What is the Strategic Investment Board?Established by Executive to accelerate infrastructure investment.Build support for the reform process.Engage with private/public/voluntary sectors to deliver infrastructure programme.Engage with key stakeholders to ensure that infrastructure programme aligns with social and community issues.
Why private and social collaboration?Devolved administration more emphasis on local spend and local connections.PfG Priority 2: Creating Opportunities. ISNI 111.SIB Business Plan.
How we deliver on privateand social collaborationEnniskillen Acute Hospital.Maze/Long Kesh. Artemis Engaging the local community through Belfast Schools.
Maze/Long Kesh360 acre site of regional significance.Maximise the economic, historical and reconciliation potential.Establish a development corporation, building on previous plan.Development of a Peace building Conflict Resolution Centre.Development of a Agri food Centre of Excellence with the Royal Ulster Agriculture Society.
Social Regeneration underpins the approach and is a core valueSocial Clauses construction & supplies & services.Employability initiatives.Encourage social enterprises.Community fund to support genuine participation.Genuine & meaningful stakeholder engagement.
Artemis - engaging the local community through Belfast schoolsA social enterprise to run five schools.To maximise the community benefit maximising the school estate.Enhance facilities include:Dance studies, 100% larger sports hall, arts facilities, early years units, full-service community rooms/offices, youth centre, electronic villages hall with 60 pc workstations.
BenefitsDelivering on social/environmental performance targets.Supporting and developing extending schools.Researching and responding to community needRenting school facilities to create a hub in the community.Reinvesting all surplus revenue into community focused learning and skills initiatives.