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The Penwith IAP covered a total of 20 parishes in the Penwith District. The IAP set out how the area aimed to use Objective One funding to improve the economy and quality of life. The IAP sought to attract about £7.2 million from Objective One throughout the area during its three year lifetime. The IAP did not control or hold any money for projects, but provided a local framework for supporting project applications. The IAP was led by The Towards Prosperity for Penwith Partnership Board with cira 12 members including representatives from the public, private and voluntary sectors from within the area. The approval of the Board was required for each project to ensure it meets the wider aims of the IAP before a bid is submitted to GOSW. Three facilitators and one administrator were employed to support the IAP who were all based at Penwith District Council Offices, Penzance. The IAP also shared with South Kerrier IAP a Programme Manager, Finance Manager and Programme Administrator. The facilitators provide technical advice and project development support for Objective One applications, they helped to find matched funds for eligible projects and work with groups and project applicants to develop their capacity to raise funds and manage their projects. All of the IAP staff were employed by Rural Economic Partnership Ltd – a not for profit organisation wholly owned by Cornwall Enterprise. REP offices were based in pool and also employ staff for the South Kerrier and Carrick IAPs.
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