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Title: THE NATIONAL FACILITIES STRATEGY


1
THE NATIONAL FACILITIES STRATEGY RIGHT REASONS,
RIGHT FACILITIES, RIGHT PLACES, RIGHT WAY
2
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Background
CCDP 2003 06 10.31m awarded 16m invested in
159 projects CCDP 2006 08 4.75m to be
awarded 17.65m to be invested in 104
projects NSF 2006 08 2.2m to be awarded
11.1m to be invested in 41 projects RFF 2003
to date 2.48m in grants and 7.54m in loans
over 700 awards Total 27.28m awarded to project
costs of nearly 50m
3
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Background
Some other areas of work Legal status
issues Planning support / Section 106 / Planning
Gain matters Other funders FF, RDAs, Coalfield
Regen, ENTRUST, SfSA, etc. Multi Sports / Sports
Village projects Building Schools for the Future
45bn for 3,500 schools over15 years Emergency
support
4
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Facility Planning and
Prioritisation currently
  • Club Facility Audit what are your club needs?
  • High level Key Performance Indicators (15) Club
    Questionnaire
  • Prioritisation by CB and FF Manager
  • Assessment against programme objectives
  • With potentially less funding available we need
    clubs to take a greater role
  • Improve their own planning
  • Identify club facility needs

5
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT National Facility
Strategy
  • Provides the framework for clubs to develop the
    correct facilities
  • Why are facilities important? (The Context) The
    Right Reasons
  • What Facilities are needed? (The Rationale) The
    Right Facilities
  • Where should facilities be located? (The
    Priorities) The Right Places
  • How might the facilities be provided? (The
    Process) The Right Way

6
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Facility Planning The
Rationale The Right Facilities
Understand the relationship between the Activity
and the Facility at a club if we do Y then we
need X The Activity v Facility
Continuum Activity has Playing, Administration,
Funding, Legal, and Social elements
7
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT The Activity v Facility
Continuum
Range of Activity (Y)
A
Range of Facilities (X)
8
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT The Activity v Facility
Continuum
Club A has a good range of rugby activity which
exceeds the level of facilities required to
sustain it. This requires either programming
improvements or investment in its facilities
9
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT The Activity v Facility
Continuum
Range of Activity (Y)
A
B
Range of Facilities (X)
10
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT The Activity v Facility
Continuum
Club A has a good range of rugby activity which
exceeds the level of facilities required to
sustain it. This requires either programming
improvements or investment in its
facilities Club B has a range of facilities that
are over and above its requirements for the
current level of activity it provides. This
requires improvements to its business/rugby
development to ensure the club is sustainable
11
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT The Activity v Facility
Continuum
Range of Activity (Y)
C
A
B
Range of Facilities (X)
12
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT The Activity v Facility
Continuum
Club A has a good range of rugby activity which
exceeds the level of facilities required to
sustain it. This requires either programming
improvements or investment in its
facilities Club B has a range of facilities that
are over and above its requirements for the
current level of activity it provides. This
requires improvements to its business/rugby
development to ensure the club is
sustainable Club C has facilities appropriate to
its level of activity
13
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT The Activity v Facility
Continuum
Range of Activity (Y)
C
A
B
Range of Facilities (X)
14
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Facility Planning The
Model Venues

Range of Activity (Y)
MV 3

MV 2

MV 1
MV 1
MV 2
MV 3



Model Venues
15
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Facility Planning
Prioritisation The Right Places
Will it contribute to Community Rugby Critical
Success Factors? Readiness Factors sustainable
planning security commitment to access
skilled personnel Who is aware of the
project? What is the clubs track record? What is
the strategic significance? Does it meet RFU
facility priorities?
16
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Facility Planning The
Process The Right Way
People and organisations Roles of these
organisations Principles of developing your
project Do
Involve the RFU asap Revisit your WCP Clarity of
S, M, L term vision Identify resources
required Form project team Submit all facility
needs to CB Prioritise your needs
17
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Facility Planning The
Process The Right Way
People and organisations Roles of these
organisations Principles of developing your
project and Dont
Move forward in isolation Make speculative
applications Lose the project in other club
work Engage architects without specs Assume its
a means to an end
18
CLUB FACILITY DEVELOPMENT CB Involvement
How do you support this work as a CB? Who is
involved in the Plan? What does your Facility
Plan look like? How might it be improved? What
further support do you need? Regional Planning
how might your CB contribute?
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