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How is it being delivered

How and who is doing this?

Part of the Enquiry by Design process looked at the way in which the masterplan would be governed and delivered. Once the masterplan had been developed and approved by the City of Lincoln Council in 2007 on behalf of all its partners, the Lincoln Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) was asked to take ownership of the Vision. ‘Linking-Lincoln’ is a 25 year vision for the development of the City.

The Lincoln LSP then set up two groups to deliver the CCMP.

Lincoln Vision Group

This small CCMP Trust/Board are the keepers of the vision and advise on the quality, suitability and sustainability of individual development proposals before they reach a planning application stage. They advise the Overview & Scrutiny Committee on the progress of the CCMP and on whether the principles and assumptions underlying the CCMP are being implemented and remain valid. This group meets quarterly.

Project Managing the CCMP

The Implementation Team are a team of officers from partner organisations and agencies i.e. City of Lincoln Council, Lincoln BIG, Lincolnshire County Council, Investors in Lincoln etc, who project manage the development sites through to completion and ensure that the developers either public or private, stay on track. They meet every six to eight weeks to monitor the progress of the various projects, and organise workshops to test redevelopment proposals against the CCMP principles.

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