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Local Investment Plan

The Local Investment Plan process has developed from the "Single Conversation", which was the key business process used by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to determine its investment priorities in relation to housing and regeneration across an area.

The Exe Authorities Local Investment Plan (LIP) area comprises the areas administered by Exeter City Council, East Devon District Council and Teignbridge District Council (excluding Dartmoor National Park).

The original Exe Authorities pdf icon Local Investment Plan [925kb] was produced in January 2011. It identified the following thematic priorities:-

  • housing supply;
  • employment developments and jobs growth;
  • quality places and communities;
  • carbon and climate resilience.

It went on to outline a development programme, taken from the current and emerging development and regeneration plans for the area, especially the Local Development Frameworks. It identified the infrastructure priorities and other requirements for implementing each element of the development programme, consistent with the thematic priorities listed above.

A year on, the pdf icon Local Investment Plan Review February 2012 [879kb] has updated those priorities. While working to a rolling horizon of five years, the document identifies interventions necessary to unlock private sector investment according to when they are likely to be needed, in terms of the following periods:-

  • 2012 - 13, because it was felt necessary to identify early interventions, to take advantage of any sources of funding that might become available at short notice;
  • 2013 - 15, to correspond to the remainder of the Government's Comprehensive Spending Review period;
  • 2015 - 17, to maintain a five year horizon for the LIP.

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