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CIA - Leysdown Rose Tinted

Community Impact Assessment

The initial assessment is a quick and easy screening process.

It should:

Service - Economy and Community Services
Title of Policy, Function Or Service: Leysdown Rose-Tinted
Type of Policy, Function Or Service: Existing

Q1. What Are the Aims of Your Policy, Function or Service?

Leysdown Rose-tinted is an arts led regeneration Vision and delivery plan to support the development of a vision for inspirational economic change at Leysdown, Isle of Sheppey.

Leysdown Rose-tinted has a delivery plan made up of projects. The projects are divided into: Community workshops and Capital projects.

The aims of the Rose-tinted project are:

Q2. Who Is Going To Benefit From This Policy, Function Or Service and How?

The local community in Leysdown made up of residents, school children, traders/ businesses.

Visitors (regular visitors and new) to Leysdown.

Q3. Thinking about each of the groups below, does, or could the policy, function, or service have a negative impact on people who possess the protected characteristics below?

GroupYesNoUnclear
Age   Yes  
Disability   Yes  
Race   Yes  
Sex   Yes  
Sexual Orientation   Yes  
Religion or Belief   Yes  
Gender Reassignment   Yes  
Marriage and Civil Partnerships   Yes  
Pregnancy and Maternity   Yes  
Relationships between Groups   Yes  
Other Socially Excluded Groups   Yes  

Q4. Does, or could, the policy, project or service help to promote equality for on people who possess the protected characteristics?

GroupYesNoUnclear
Age Yes    
Disability Yes    
Race Yes    
Sex Yes    
Sexual Orientation Yes    
Religion or Belief Yes    
Gender Reassignment Yes    
Marriage and Civil Partnerships Yes    
Pregnancy and Maternity Yes    
Relationships between Groups Yes    
Other Socially Excluded Groups Yes    

Q5. Have you undertaken any consultation on this policy, function or service?

Yes - 

Initial Leysdown Rose -tinted Feasibility and Visioning took place with the community between April - September 2009. 

This involved creating:

Stakeholders included:

During July and August 2010 workshops were held with over 400 members of the community to refine and develop ideas and concepts within the Rose-tinted Vision. 

Equality and Diversity
Leysdown Rose tinted focuses upon engagement with the diverse communities that make up the wider demographic. The Visioning process sought to engage and celebrate these groups through public consultation, including work with Access and Diversity Groups, the PCT, and schools to engage those who experience barriers to inclusion. The Vision addresses the economic inequalities experienced by local businesses, particularly due to the seasonal nature of the resort. There are also significant social problems in Leysdown and the project is aimed at bringing people together promoting cohesion, along with developing social responsibility for public space, and new audiences for the arts.

f affected have been formally consulted and where a service has been reduced then consultation has taken place with the community and notice of withdrawal of service (eg where external funding has ceased) has been given in line with compact principles.

Q6. Do you have any feedback data from people with any of the protected characteristics that influences, affects or shapes this policy, function or service?

GroupYesNoUnclear
Age    Yes  
Disability    Yes  
Race    Yes  
Sex    Yes  
Sexual Orientation    Yes  
Religion or Belief    Yes  
Gender Reassignment    Yes  
Marriage and Civil Partnerships    Yes  
Pregnancy and Maternity    Yes  
Relationships between Groups    Yes  
Other Socially Excluded Groups    Yes  

Q7. Using the assessments in questions 3, 4 and 5 should a full assessment be carried out on this policy, project or service?

No.

Q8. How Have You Come To This Decision?

This CIA is linked to others being carried out in ECS relating to service changes in light of budget decisions for 2012/13. They will focus on the impact to service delivery and as such the impact on the wider community. This one focuses on the 5 staff 'at risk' of redundancy, and as such it is not considered the impact is sufficient to carry out a full CIA.

Q9. What Is You Priority For Doing The Full CIA?

Low.

Q10. Who was involved in the CIA, and how?

Louise Francis and Laura Knight Project Managers for Leysdown Rose-tinted.

Name of Lead Officer: Lyn Newton, ECS Manager (Culture and Place)
Date: 11.1.2012
Head of Service Endorsement: Emma Wiggins, Head of ECS
Date: 12.1.2012

CIA Group Approval:

The Community Impact Assessment Group has approved this CIA
Name of Officer
: Sarah Porter
Date: 12.1.2012

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