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Swyddfa Cylltd Ewropeafdd Cymru

Welsh European Funding Office


Adran Busnes, Menter, Technole1 a Gwyddonfaeth
Department for Business, Enterprise, Technology and Science
Phil Gough
Director of Finance
Finance Department
Swansea University
Singleton Park
Swansea
SA2 BPP
Eich Cyf Your Ref
Ein Cyf- Our Ref 80144
22 July 2011
Llywodraeth Cymru
Welsh Government
Programme Name: West Wales and the Valleys Convergence Operational Programme
ERDF 2007 2013
Project Number (Case ID): 80144
Project Name (Case Name): Institute of Life Science - Phase 2 (ILS2)
Welsh European Funding Office Reference: 80144
Principal contact for the Project in the Welsh European Funding Office:
Mark Williams
Tel: 0300 0628360
MarkL.Willlams@wales.gsl.gov .uk
Dear Mr Gough
Agreement between Swansea University and the Welsh Ministers dated 13 July 2009
(the 'Agreement') -
WEFO reserved the right to unilaterally amend the Agreement at any time in accordance
with paragraph 53 of the Agreement. Please regard this letter as the notice in writing
referred to in paragraph 53 of the Agreement.
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eage 5 - Dellverv Profile
With effect from 25 July 2011 the Agreement shall be shall be amended by deleting the
words:
the Delivery Profile - means version version 1 33 of a document agreed on
7 July 2009 between the Projed Sponsor and WEFO which includes financial
and physical targets relating to the Project.
To be replaced by:
the Delivery Profile - means the revised version of the indicator target profile submitted by
e mail on 6 April 2011 and the revised expenditure profile submitted by e mail on 16 June
2011 both prepared by the project sponsor. The revised profiles have been entered on
WEFO On-line and agreed between the project sponsor and WEFO on 6 July 2011.
Annex 5 Special Conditions CPage 37).
With effect from 25 July 2011 the Agreement shall be shall be amended by deleting the
words:
14. Tender documentation should be submitted to WEFO in advance of stage 1 of the
procurement procedure to obtain the Imaging Equipment i.e. prior to the 'OJEU Notice to
Invitation to Participate in Dialogue'.
15. Before equipment is procured WEFO's Project Inspection and Verification Team will need
to undertake a visit to verify the procurement process of equipment is being conducted within
appropriate procurement regulations.
To be replaced by:
Special Condition 27:
27. Full information on the Imaging Equipment procurement process should be provided for
review prior to the equipment costs being paid. The information should at least include:
- A summary of the overall procurement process followed and rationale for doing so.
- Details of the WAG Health Supplies Framework (including the relevant OJEU notice).
- Relevant tender documentation (including specifications etc).
- Summary of the final selection process and final decision to appoint the successful.
contractor.
- Details of any legal fees associated with the procurement process.
This information should be submitted in one overall summary document with supporting
documentation for ease of reference. Further information may be requested if required.
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ACCEPTANCE OF THE AGREEMENT
European Regional Developmenl Fund
Project Number (Case ID): 80144 .
Welsh European Funding Office Reference: 80144
The Project Sponsor confirms that it wishes to accept the variations contained in this letter
dated 22 July 2011 in respect of the Project upon the terms and conditions set out in the
Agreement, the entirety of which the Project Sponsor confirms it has read and understood.
Where the Project Sponsor Is a local authority
The Project Sponsor's Project contact officer must be advised of the receipt of this
letter and a copy of this letter must be passed to the Project Sponsor's designated
section 151 officer. (Section 151 officers have their derivation from section 151 of the
Local Government Act 1972).
The common seal of ____________ _
Was affixed to this
Jetter in the presence of _____________ a duly authorised officer
(please print)
OR
Name
(please print)
pi,-{'______
Signed
s 1 1 ~ A C)ruvfllt..I rry )
(a duly authorised officer of_::...::..:.:_--------
Date
Except as expressly added to, amended or deleted in this letter, the Agreement shall continue
in full force and effect.
Enclosed with this letter is a duplicate copy. Please could you sign the signatory clause on
the duplicate to confirm that Swansea University agrees to the variations referred to above.
Please return the signed duplicate to WEFO at the above address marked for the attention
of Mark Williams.
Yours sincerely
Geraint Green
Under the authority of the Minister for Business. Enterprise, Technology and Science, one of
the Welsh Ministers.
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Welsh European
. FundingOffice
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OBJECTIVE 1 WEST WALES & THE VALLEYS.
EUROPEAN GRANT APPLICATION - ERDF, EAGGF AND FIFG
Please read the accompanying guidance notes when completing each section of this
form.
You MUST attach a Project Plan to this application.
1. NAME OR PROPOSED NAME OF PROJECT
I Institute of Life Science
2. SUPPORTING PARTNERSHIP NAME (where applicable)
3. PRIORITY AND MEASURE
Identify, from the Single Programming Document and the Programme Complement,
the Priority and the Measure that your project is intended to help deliver.
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Priority Measure
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4. PROJECT COSTS
Grant re uested:
17,009,000 6,000,000
Grant rate:
I 35.3%
5. THE APPLICANT
Organisation name:
I Swansea University
Address (include CountY and Postcode_l:
Singleton Park
Swansea
SA2 BPP
Web site (if you have one):
I www.swan.ac.uk
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6.
7.
Organisation Category Code and Registration Number(s)
This infonnation is necessary to ensure that we can account properly for any grant that
may be awarded to your project. If you think that more than one code might apply,
please consult WEFO.
Code No: ._14 __ __.
All Private Sector applicants and others that have not previously submitted an
application for European Funds: please attach a copy of your most recent and
the two previous years audited accounts and a copy of your Articles of
Association or Memorandum of Agreement. All applicants: please also quote
your registration number(s) below (as appropriate).
CONTACT DETAILS
First Contact: Second Contact:
Name:
I Marc Clement I Sara Morgan
Title/role:
I Professor of Innovation I European Officer
Tele hone number:
01792 295685 01792 295946
Fax number:
I 01192 295520
Email address:
I r.m.clement@swansea.ac.uk I s.g.morgan@swansea.ac.uk
TIMETABLE
Pro_Q_osed start date End date
1 Sl April 2005 31 sr March 2008
8. PREVIOUS ERDF, EAGGF AND FIFG GRANT
Has the project received structural funds before? Yes: D No: 181
If YES, please insert the Programmes and the project reference numbers. These can
be found on the Approval Letters.
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9. LOCATION
Is the project to be delivered at a different location from the Applicant?
Yes: D N o ~
If Yes, please indicate the location or locations by inserting the names of the local
authorities and wards here.
A location map is required for all Capital projects and for any project that will operate in
more than one location.
Project Locations Outside The Objective 1 Programme Area
Will the project operate in areas outside
the Programme Area? Yes: D No: ~
If Yes, please explain here how the project will benefit the Programme area.
10. PURPOSE
Please summarise the purpose of the project here. Explain how it will deliver the aims
of the Priority and Measure. Full details should be included in the Project Plan.
This project would realise an Institute of Life Science in Swansea. The project is a
partnership between, Swansea University, WDA and the Swansea NHS Trust. The
funds applied for would allow the building of a new institute, together with physical
and human resources for its operation.
For the size of the university, Swansea has exceptionally strong physical sciences
and engineering both in scale and quality. This dates back to the era of heavy
industry in the region but the science has not stood still. Four areas of science and
engineering were rated at the highest levels (5 and 5*) in the last UK Research
Assessment Exercise. Such classification indicates staff engaged in innovative
world-class research. This is the second strongest SET (Science Engineering and
Technology) research university that Wales has. Indeed in terms of the value of
current research awards from EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Science Research
Council) Swansea is number one in Wales.
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The Swansea SET research base is now being extended into the life sciences, led
by the new Clinical School established by the Welsh Assembly Government. This
will include major research reorganisation in the Biological Sciences and Chemistry
at Swansea. The Clinical school will accept its first students in September 2004. The
support of the WAG has permitted sufficient funds to allow the school to attract
world-class researchers and clinicians. Already there are 19 professors in post all
with international research reputations. The Welsh Assembly Government has
made it clear that this new Clinical School is not just about increasing the number of
doctors and improving health care in Wales, it is also about using the research to
stimulate the economy of the region. In addition the Clinical School has very positive
research links to the College of Medicine in Cardiff, exemplified by a successful,
recent joint bid to the prestigious UK Biobank project.
The vision is to use this exceptional SET research base at Swansea to create a
'Cambridge style' effect in South West Wales. Through the Technium project and
other initiatives work has already started on driving towards this vision. The Institute
of Life Science adds further momentum to an economy truly in transition.
The Institute of Life Science (ILS) has the following aims:
1. to co-locate a number of life-science related research centres of excellence
in the one high-quality environment,
2. to establish a business support structure with the goal of ensuring that the
project delivers maximum benefits to the knowledge in the region and
Wales as a whole,
3. to construct an 'incubator' for micro-companies within the Institute and
establish a seamless link between that incubator and the wider Technium
network,
4. to ensure that the project becomes self-sustaining within a three year
period and establish the appropriate special purpose vehicle to deliver that
sustainability while protecting the mission.
The Programme details the aims and objectives for Priority 2 which is entitled
DEVELOPING INNOVATION AND THE KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY. The
aim of the priority is to improve competitiveness through the acquisition and use of
knowledge and new technologies. The ILS fully supports this aim.
The complement goes on to define six broad objectives for the priority,
to create a culture of innovation.
Diversity the economic base by growing more technology and knowledge
driven frims and improving their links to the knowledge base.
Increase investment in R&D.
Develop more high-level skills to support innovation and R&D.
Stimulate increased demand for, and adoption of ICTs
Improve environmental performance through the adoption and use of clean
technologies.
The ILS strongly underpins all six of the broad objectives.
The Priority 2 Measure 3 Regional Partnership Legacy Report produced at the end
of 2003 made a number of key observations regarding the future needs of the
measure. The aims of the ILS resonate with many of those observations. Examples
of this s neii are as follows:
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1. The Legacy Report sets a general priority of supporting projects that deliver
the targets of new company setup and new jobs created.
The ILS has this strategy at the very core of its vision. The life science sector is
the most fruitful source of new company formation and new job creation.
2. The Legacy Report states that priority will be given to a project, which
develops a long-term R&D capacity in the region.
The fundamental aim of ILS to achieve exactly this. If it is successful in its aims,
the ILS will build upon the now excellent R&D capability of the Swansea
University in the life science area. The new Clinical School has attracted a large
number of world class researchers to the area. This new resource coupled with
the skills already present will establish a very powerful engine for regeneration in
the life science area. The aim is to create a momentum that will develop long
term R&D capacity in Swansea and the region.
3. The Legacy Report states that priority should be based on projects that
embed a culture of innovation within the knowledge base of the economy
particularly focused upon a clear target group.
The ILS will be established to support the growth of the life science sector in our
region. A key objective will be to establish an infrastructure that supports existing
businesses within that sector leading to enhanced profitability and job creation.
11. DIRECT LINKS WITH OTHER EC STRUCTURAL FUND PROJECTS OR
PROJECTS FUNDED FROM OTHER PUBLIC SECTOR SOURCES
Please record any such links here.
The project has been developed in close collaboration with the WDA, City and
County of Swansea, Swansea NHS Trust, Technium and private sector
organisations, large and small. The Institute of Life Science will contain an early
stage incubator, which will be linked to Technium. Other structural fund projects
affiliated with the Institute of Life Science will include:
Technium 1
Technium 2
Digital Technium
Auto Technium
Sustainable Technologies Technium
BioTechnium
Aquaculture Wales
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12. INVOLVEMENT OF OTHER ORGANISATIONS
Will any organisations other than the Applicant be involved in the delivery of the
project? If so, please state who, what their involvement will be, and/or the intended
procurement arrangements.
WDA - Mike King, Executive Director, member of steering group
Technium - Steve Davies, Director, member of steering group
Swansea Medical School - Julian Hopkin, member of steering group
IBM - David Lewis, member of steering group
In addition to those mentioned, other public and private sector representation will be
appointed to the steering group to oversee delivery of the project.
13. PROJECT OWNERSHIP
Will the project or any of its assets be owned by an organisation OTHER THAN the
Applicant?
Yes: 0 No:
If Yes, please explain why this is necessary and describe the arrangements that will be
made to ensure that the assets will be used for only the purposes stipulated in the
grant offer.
14. ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
Will the project include any activity within or have any other impact on any of the
following?
NATURA 2000 designated site
D
Area of Outstanding Natural
D
Beauty
National Nature Reserve
D
Site of Special Scientific Interest
D
Scheduled Ancient Monument or
D
National Park
D
Listed Building
Any other designated area (please
D
None apply
specify below)
Describe the positive and negative Environmental impacts of the project, or refer to the
relevant section of the Project plan. Remember that if there will be no adverse effects,
or the effects will be positive, you must justify your view. Indicate any authorisations
( eg Environment Agency consents for discharges or emissions) that will be required
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and whether these have been obtained. If your project requires an environmental
impact assessment please supply a copy.
Swansea University has an Environmental Policy, which is already submitted to
WEFO (Digital Technium Ref: 54018). However, a further copy is appended to this
application.
PLANNING PERMISSION
Is Planning Permission required? Yes:
If Yes, have you obtained all the necessary consents: Yes: D
No: D
No:
If Yes, attach a copy of the permission including any conditions and the
relevant plans as approved. Also attach (where relevant) building regulation
approval and ground investigation reports, structural/building surveys, and
asbestos/timber treatment surveys.
If you are waiting for planning permission, please state the planning application
registration number and when you expect to receive it. If you do not know when you
expect to receive it, please say why.
Submission for planning under preparation. An evaluation of alternative sites and
new build versus refurbishment, has been completed.
Grant aid may be withheld until the necessary permissions have been obtained.
Does your application involve a development on the following:
Greenfield site
Brownfield site
Yes: D
Yes: D
No:
No: D
If on a greenfield site please give details of the consideration you gave to brownfield
alternatives:
If your organisation has an Environmental policy please attach a copy.
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15. ICT
All grant-aided projects should make a positive contribution to ICT. Outline how ICT
opportunities have been integrated into the project design and implementation,
mentioning any specific components that show this.
The project is intended to allow both Institute of Life Science tenants and associate
companies exposure to ICT tools that would not be available under normal circumstances.
Business benefits of use of the tools will be a key factor in measuring the success of the
project. A fundamental output of the project will be increasing the competitiveness of
businesses engaged in the project. Increased use of up to date ICT is seen as a unique
opportunity for Welsh businesses to achieve global competitiveness. Traditional issues
related to peripherality, geography etc are overcome by the project due to the procurement
of the Technium VPN which gives consistent telecomm provision to all Technium sites. It is
the intention of the project to involve a diverse range of service providers. This should
include business tools, professional services, public services etc. The aim being to
demonstrate the benefits that ICT can bring to the user.
It is also emphasised that Swansea University has a world-class computing science
department (rated 5 in the last Research Assessment Exercise). It has particular strengths
in visualisation, an important area for life science R&D. The University's ICT Strategic Plan
is appended. However, the following seven points are extracted from its Executive
Summary.
1. The University will not achieve its key strategic aims in research, learning and
teaching and in its Third Mission activities without a quality Information and
Communications Technology infrastructure. The ICT Strategy Committee will ensure
that an institution-wide approach is adopted for ICT provision and initiatives.
2. Research in all subject areas is now very dependent on ICT. In particular, maximising
the potential of the 1 Gigabit capacity connection to Super JANET is essential for the
University to further improve its research activity and status.
3. Making learning and teaching more ICT based will maintain excellence in this area, as
student numbers increase and diversify. The popularity of the Blackboard Virtual
Learning Environment system shows the potential of ICT based learning. The current
favourable student: PC ratio needs to be maintained, as does the recent improvement
in ICT hardware in teaching rooms.
4. The University's ICT skills and infrastructure will increasingly underpin our Third
Mission activities for the local economy and community, particularly in the context of
the Technium initiative.
5. Our ICT infrastructure needs a level of investment which relates to its mission-critical
importance to the University. Our central ICT expenditure should match that of
comparative universities.
6. In view of the mission-critical role of ICT in the University, current information security
and disaster recovery procedures need maintenance and expansion.
7. ICT provision and developments offer opportunities for using collaborative funds
under the Reaching Higher review of Higher Education in Wales.
If your organisation has an ICT strategy please attach a copy.
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16. EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
All grant-aided projects should make a positive contribution to equality of opportunity
for all. Outline how equal opportunities have been integrated into the project design
and implementation, mentioning any specific components that show this.
Swansea University has an Equal Opportunities policy, which is appended to this
application. This policy will prevail throughout the project and all partners and
participating companies will be encouraged to adopt the principles therein. The
project will provide employment opportunities in a highly paid and highly skilled
sector. The project directly addresses the different needs of women, men, ethnic
minorities, Welsh speakers and disabled people. Staff will be recruited and housed in
the Institute of Life Science. All areas will have wheel chair access and lifts available
to all floors. Applicants from women, men, and ethnic minorities will be evaluated
against pre-determined criteria.
If your organisation has an Equality Strategy please attach a copy.
17. ADDED VALUE
We need to know to what extent the project is dependent on grant.
What will you do if ERDF, EAGGF or FIFG grant is refused? Tick one box only.
Go ahead as planned: D
Go ahead as planned, but over a longer D
timescale
Go ahead, but on a reduced scale: IZ!
Will not go ahead at all: D
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18. STATE AID
This is a complex subject, so it is PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT that you read the
guidance notes before you complete this section of the form. The decision on whether
and how state aids regulations might Impact on your project depends on both what you
are delivering and whether there are or could potentially be commercial competitors
for that activity. If you are unsure how State Aid rules apply to your project
please contact the Private Sector Unit at WEFO for advice.
What the project will deliver;
Will the project deliver assistance to organisations
operating in a competitive market?
Yes: D No:
If yes, which of the following methods do you propose to use to comply with the state
aids regulations:
De minimis block exemption Yes:
SME block exemption Yes:
Training aid block exemption Yes:
Employment aid block exemption Yes:
Already approved notified scheme Yes:
If already approved, please supply the following:
Approval Date Date of notification Aid number
to the Commission assigned by the
Commission
Your competitors
Does your organisation undertake economic activities
which may have commercial competitors?
Could the activity for which you are seeking support
have commercial competitors?
Yes:
Yes:
D
No:
D
D
No:
D
D
No:
D
D
No:
D
No:
D
Amount of Aid

D No:
D No:
If so, state aids regulations may constrain the amount of public funding you may
receive. Please seek advice from WEFO.
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19. QUANTIFIABLE TARGETS
This table should be completed to show the calendar year in which the "outputs" and "results" of the project will be delivered. Remember that the
entries in this table relate specifically to the Measure that you specified at Section 5 of this form. If the application is for a regional project please
breakdown the targets by local partnership on a separate sheet.
Note that the definitions you use here should follow the wQrding in the Programme Complement for the chosen Priority and Measure.
Planned Outputs Partnership Area 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total all
Years
Companies receiving 5 35 50 50 50 50 240
Innovation and R&D
advice
Collaborative projects 1 5 8 10 10 10 44
New R&D Centre 1 1
M2 floor space in 5000 5000
Innovation /R&D Centre
0
Planned Results 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total all
Years
Increase in turnover of 1,000,000 3,500,000 5,000,000 10,000,000 17 ,500,000 25,000,000 62,000,000
supported corn panies
Gross new corn panies in 1 5 8 8 8 8 38
high -tech
New patents 1 5 5 8 10 10 39
Gross jobs safeguarded 50 100 150 150 150 600
Gross new jobs in high 17 45 65 110 150 180 567
tech
0
0
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20. PROJECT COSTS
Set out the eligible only costs of the Measure specified at Section 3 of this form, and show in which calendar year the costs will occur. You
should explain the basis for each cost heading in the project plan.
Er .bi C "t I ts
~
e a ~ a cos
2005 2006 2007 Total all
Grand
'000 '000 '000 Years '000
Total
Cash In Kind Cash In Kind Cash In Kind Cash In Kind
Land* 0
Building 0
Ac_g_uisition
Site
0
Investigation
Site 500 500 0
500
PreR_aration
Building & 3,037 7,483 630 11150 0
11150
Construction*
i.....
Equipment 500 500 1000 0
1000
Fees 400 450 850 0
850
0 0
0
Total 3937 0 8433 0 1130 0 13500 0
13500
* Please attach an open market value in accordance with RICS Valuation and Appraisal Manual
** Please attach a site plan, an elemental breakdown of building and construction costs (including fees breakdown).
*** If the eligible costs include any mobile or portable items please give details on a separate sheet.
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Eligible Revenue (current) costs
Cash In Kind Cash In Kind Cash In Kind Cash In Kind Cash In Kind
Salaries 95 369 486 266 1216 0 1216
UWS-
95 369 486 266 0 1216 1216
n ~ a s d
UWS Staff 50 107 115 61.5 0 333.5 333.5
UWS-
50 107 115 61.5 0 333.5 333.5
Overhead
Travel 20 20 40 20 100 0 100
Marketing 15 35 35 15 100 0 100
Admin I Office
10 15 50 30 105 0 105
Costs
..
IT Costs 15 20 30 40 105 0 105
Total 155 195 459 583 641 716 371 389 1626 1883 3509
**** Please attach job descriptions.
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21. ELIGIBLE EXPENDITURE PROFILE
Rev Cap Rev Cap Rev Cap Rev Cap Rev Cap
Building 3937 7933 630 12500 12500
Equipment 500 500 0 1000 1000
Staff 290 952 1202 655 3099 0 3099
Operational Costs 60 90 155 105 410 0 410
Total 350 4437 1042 8433 1357 630 760 0 3509 13500 17009
* ~ v a t e sector capital projects should attach a development appraisal.
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22. PROJECT FUNDING PACKAGE
Set out how the cost of the project will be met. Written confirmation of match funding must be
'd d b h d. d 1 r d b tt h d th r provt e ~ eac tn 1v1 ua orgarnsa ion an must e a ac e to 1s a_QQ11cat1on.
SOURCES OF FUNDS Total cost Eligible cost- Date confirmation of funding
received I to be received
Applicant's own funds, 4,383,000 4,383,000 1
5
T June 2004
if in Public Sector
Other Public Sector 6,500,000 6,500,000 1
51
June 2004
funds:
WDA
3ra organisation
4lfl ~ n i s t i o n
EC Funds (not ERDF,
EAGGF AND FIFG},
1
51
source
2"
0
source
TOTAL OF PUBLIC 10,883,000 10,883,000
FUNDS
Applicant's own funds,
if in private sector
Other private sector
funds:
1 st org_anisation
2
00
organisation
3rtr ol"_g_anisation
TOTAL PRIVATE
SECTOR FUNDS
Voluntary Sector funds:
1
51
source
2rnr source
3ro source
TOTAL VOLUNTARY
SECTOR FUNDS
Contributions in Kind
from Public Sector*
Contributions in Kind
from Private Sector*
Contributions in Kind
from Volunta_!Y Sector*
TOTAL
CONTRIBUTIONS IN
KIND*
Proiect Income 126,000 126,000
. ERDF, EAGGF AND 6,000,000 6,000,000 31:s
1
December 2004
FIFG Funds re_g_uested
TOTAL ALL FUNDING 17,009,000 17,009,000 31::;' December 2004
*If you have included Contributions in Kind, please supply full details on a separate sheet
(land and property contributions need to be based upon a valuation report).
** The grand total of Eligible Costs must equal the grant total in Section 21.
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23. ERDF, EAGGF AND FIFG GRANT RATE
Please show the amount of ERDF, EAGGF or FIFG grant requested as a percentage
of the total eligible costs of the project.
135.3%
24. OTHER GRANTS
Will ERDF, EAGGF or FIFG Grant replace expenditure that already has been or will be
financed from other grant programmes?
Yes: D No: D
If Yes, attach a full explanation as to how this is consistent with the need for ERDF,
EAGGF or FIFG grant.
25. PUBLICITY
Describe the arrangements that you will make to meet the European Community's
publicity requirements.
The applicants are familiar with the European Community's publicity requirements. All
guidance will be adhered to. The application will work with the WDA to maximise
positive publicity for structural funds initiative.
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26. CHECKLIST OF/' TT ACHMENTS
The following is the list of supporting documents mentioned elsewhere in this form.
Please use it to ensure that you enclose all the documents that apply to this application
for grant.
Project Plan - obligatory Yes:

No:
D
Location Map(s) (see section 9) Yes:

No:
D
Last 3 years audited accounts (see Section 4) Yes:
D
No:
D
Submitted previously
Articles of Association or
Memorandum of Agreement (see Section 4) Yes:
D
No:
D
Planning Permission and
any attached conditions (see Section 14) Yes:
D
No:
D
Building regulation approval (see Section 14) Yes:
D
No:
D
Ground investigation, structural/building,
Or asbestos/timber treatment surveys (see Section 14) Yes:
D
No:
D
Architects Plans (see Section 14) Yes:
D
No:
D
Environmental Policy (see Section 14) Yes:
D
No:
D
ICT Strategy (see Section 15) Yes:
D
No:
D
Equal Opportunities Policy (see Section 16) Yes:
D
No:
D
Site Plan (see Section 20) Yes:
D
No:
D
Fees breakdown (see Section 20)
Yes:
D
No:
D
Apportion of Plant and Machinery costs (see Section 20) Yes:
D
No:
D
Elemental Building and Construction costs (see Section 20) Yes:
D
No:
D
Job Descriptions (see Section 20)
Yes:
D
No:
D
Details of Contributions in Kind (see Section 21) Yes:
D
No:
D
Valuation Report (see Section 20 and 21)
Yes:
D
No:
D
Letters confirming match funding (see Section 21)
Yes:
D
No:
D
Development appraisal (see Section 21)
Yes:
D
No:
D
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Form 1W(2003/7)
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Explanation of other Grants (see Section 24)
Other supporting documents - please specify below
Yes: D
Yes: D
No: D
No: 0
If all necessary supporting documents are not attached, the application may not
be accepted.
27. CERTIFICATE
I certify that the entries in this form and the details in the Project plan and any other
attachments enclosed are, to the best of my knowledge and belief, correct and the
grant applied for this minimum required for the project to proceed as described.
I can also confirm that I am not aware of any reason why the project may not proceed
or be delayed other than those reasons declared and the commitments can be made
within the timescales indicated in the single Programme Document to which this project
relates.
I u n d e ~ t n d t ~ t if the application is not complete In all relevant details and every
aspect, mcludrng this section, it may not be accepted.
Si nature
Name BLOCK CAPITALS lease
Professor Richard 8 Davies
Tele hone number:
01792 295153
Fax number:
01792 295655
Email address
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r.b.davies@swansea.ac.uk
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Position in ori anisation
Vice Chancellor
Date
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