The ERDF Operational Programme is the main document for setting out the strategy and priorities for the use of the fund to support the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. It also contains high level information on how the fund will be delivered, managed and evaluated.
The D2N2 ESIF Strategy outlines the LEPs approach to the distribution of all ESIF funds locally, evidences local need and sets out the D2N2 key areas for intervention.
The D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), Vision 2030, makes the case for a D2N2 Growth Deal to accelerate growth in high value manufacturing and, specifically, the aerospace, automotive and building technology sector.
The Time to Innovate plan has been prepared by D2N2's Universities - Derby, Nottingham and Nottingham Trent - in consultation with D2N2 partners. Its aim is to help local businesses to grow through innovation. A copy of the executive summary is available here
D2N2 has identified eight sectors with the potential to support economic and employment growth in the economy covering both manufacturing and service sector opportunities
Following wide consultation, we have finalised (or are in the process of finalising) Sector Action plans which will inform the ESIF procurement process for each sector.
More information on the D2N2 key sectors can be found by clicking on the links below:
ERDF Summative Assessment Update
ERDF 2014-2020 project summative assessment guidance is published on GOV.UK.
Grant recipients are required to submit a summative assessment before the payment of their final claim. These project-level evaluations will provide valuable evidence to inform the programme’s National Evaluation and provide insight on the effectiveness of delivery and intervention approaches for the delivery bodies, LEPs, the ERDF managing authority and other stakeholders.
The guidance, which sets out grant recipients’ requirements, and appendices, which will help evaluators carry out summative assessments, can be found on the ERDF 2014-2020 evaluation page.
This project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020 in England.