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Posted by: John Brace | August 29, 2013

EXCLUSIVE: 36 More Pages of North West Regional Development Agency’s Contract With Wirral Council for Business Grants Program


Continuing from yesterdays’ blog post of the first ninety pages of the North West Development Agency’s contract with Wirral Council, here are the next thirty-five pages. As European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) money was involved, these are the standard conditions of the European Regional Development Fund grant.

Page 91 – Cover Page (Standard Conditions of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Grant)
Page 92 – Contents Page (1)
Page 93 – Contents Page (2)
Page 94 – This states various facts about the European Funding
Page 95 – This starts the agreement with a list of definitions
Page 96 – This continues the definitions
Page 97 – This continues the definitions
Page 98 – This continues the definitions
Page 99 – This continues the definitions
Page 100 – This continues the definitions
Page 101 – This continues the definitions and starts a section on interpretation
Page 102 – This continues the section on interpretation and starts one on eligible expenditure
Page 103 – This continues the section on eligible expenditure, has one on the application and starts a section on grant claims
Page 104 – This continues the section on grant claims
Page 105 – This continues the section on grant claims
Page 106 – This has sections on the expenditure profile, has a section on decommitment of ERDF resources and starts a section on provisions related to the fixed assets and major assets
Page 107 – This continues the section on provisions related to fixed assets and major assets
Page 108 – This continues the section on provisions related to fixed assets and major assets and starts a section on material changes to the project and starts a section on legislation
Page 109 – This continues the section on legislation, has a section on publicity and starts a section on events of default and rights reserved for breach of the funding agreement
Page 110 – This continues the section on events of default and rights reserved for breach of the funding agreement
Page 111 – This continues the section on events of default and rights reserved for breach of the funding agreement and starts one on assignment or charging of the funding agreement
Page 112 – This continues the section on assignment or charging of the funding agreement and starts one on monitoring progress, tendering and notification
Page 113 – This continues the section on monitoring progress, tendering and notification
Page 114 – This continues the section on monitoring progress, tendering and notification and starts one on audit requirements
Page 115 – This continues the section on audit requirements
Page 116 – This continues the section on audit requirements
Page 117 – This continues the section on audit requirements
Page 118 – This continues the section on audit requirements and starts one on freedom of information
Page 119 – This continues the section on freedom of information and starts one on data protection
Page 120 – This continues the section on data protection
Page 121 – This continues the section on data protection and starts one on security requirements
Page 122 – This has a section on grant recipient warranties and starts a section on notices
Page 123 – This continues the section on notices and has sections on value added tax, good faith and cooperation, insurance, Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1998 and jurisdiction
Page 124 – This has a section entitled miscellaneous
Page 125 – This ends the miscellaneous section
Page 126 – This is the cover page for Annexure A

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  1. page 109 specifically section (k) appears to be relevant in this case leading to the necessity of a partial up to full refiund involving a maximum of some £1.2m . That is why WBC dilly-dallied on the investigation; why the oifficers criticised the service provider but went no further; why A4e criticised the service provider but went no further; whty the whistleblowers were shelved for so long

    The veil is lifted!!!

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  2. For those reading this comment thread here’s a link to page 109 and section (k) (page 110).

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  3. […] Complicating the matter further, Wirral Council was also in receipt of money from the (since abolished) North West Development Agency in the form of grants. This was for the ISUS (intensive startup side of things). The first ninety pages of the contract with the North West Development Agency is here and a further thirty-six pages here. […]

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