CLLD ESIF Full Appplication Workshop

30 August 2016

Please see slides below from the recent ESIF Full Application Workshop.

CLLD 16.8.16

Yorkshire Coast CLLD Local Action Group Meeting, 28 July 2016

2 August 2016

The Yorkshire Coast Community Led Local Development Programme for Bridlington and Scarborough held a second Local Action Group meeting on 28 July. 

Local Action Group members from a wide variety of organisations came together, in Hunmanby, to agree priority areas and themes, governance of the Local Action Group and a process for approving the Local Development Strategy. 

Please click on the links below to view more detail: 


Proposed Governance


Next Steps

The Local Development Strategy needs to be submitted by 31 August and a final Local Action Group meeting will be held on 18 August to formally approve the strategy.


Yorkshire Coast Community Led Local Development Programme for Bridlington and Scarborough; Local Action Group

9 June 2016

The Yorkshire Coast Community Led Local Development Programme for Bridlington and Scarborough, through the European Structural Investment Fund 2014-2020, held an initial workshop to look at establishing the Local Action Group (LAG) who will be responsible for developing the Local Development Strategy (LDS) in May.

The strategy needs completing by 31 August and will identify priority areas and themes to focus on if a second stage application is successful. A wide range of partners from both towns was represented all of whom were happy to take part in the LAG and keen to be involved in the programme.

Councillor Jane Evison, cabinet portfolio holder for economic investment and tourism at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “The project is at the stage where local people are encouraged to take the reins and form a local action group (LAG) that designs and oversees the implementation of the local development strategy. The strategy needs to build on the social, environmental and economic strengths or “assets” of the community and Bridlington and Scarborough have a wide range of community assets that have the potential to help people in their neighbourhood benefit significantly through a wide range of activities over the next few years.”

The council’s role is very much aiming to build local networks to reach parts of the community that might not normally be reached. The focus of the programme is on increasing employment, improving business support and growth, improving skills, and access to work experience. Voluntary and community groups could hold the key to reaching those who stand to benefit from the support that will be made available if the grants are forthcoming.

Please click on the links below to view for further information: 

Yorkshire Coast Community Led Local Development Workshop

Yorkshire Coast Community Led Local Development: The Role of the Local Action Group

CLLD September 2015 Presentations and Reports

CLLD Workshop Powerpoint Presentation

North Yorkshire Report

Hull and East Riding Report



Humber ESF Calls

19 May 2016

There are now two calls open for projects that can benefit from funding from the European Social Fund (ESF).  The Calls for projects are open until 13 July 2016.

University of Hull Call for Innovation Partners

13 April 2016

The University of Hull is inviting expressions of interest from organisations wishing to be part of one or two delivery partnerships to provide innovation advice, support and guidance to SMEs in the Humber in anticipation of ESIF innovation and low carbon calls.  Further details are on the the University's website (see link below). The deadline for submitting Expressions of Interest is 29 April 2016.

University’s website

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