There are several financial templates that may need to be completed as part of your Full Submission. The number of templates to be completed will depend on the complexity of your project. See the table below for guidance on the documentation required for your total project value.
|Total project cost||Requirements|
|Up to £100,000|
|Over £100,000 and up to £500,000|
|Over £500,000 and up to £1m|
The table below gives a breakdown of the procurement requirements of Your Fund Surrey Large Community Projects. Please speak to the Your Fund Surrey team at email@example.com if you require further guidance.
|Cost of works||Requirements|
|For all works below £9,999||at least one written quote|
|For all works between £10,000 and £99,999||at least three written quotes|
|For all works above £100,000|
you should undertake a competitive tender process to arrive at the costs for your project. We require a report as part of your application including the following:
Please take a look at our procurement guidance for more information.
Environmental features of your project
It is important that projects show that they will encourage sustainable practices and activity, and that they won't have a long term, negative impact on the environment. The Council has committed that the county will be net zero carbon by 2050. Projects will be assessed on whether the environmental impact has been considered in the following key areas:
- In construction (new build and refurbishment)
- In building use (ie ensuring efficient use of energy and water)
- Sustainability considered over project lifecycle and sustainable practices proposed/demonstrated
- Any environmental enhancements (to the site or wider than the site) or innovation
- Has the applicant considered any potential negative impacts, and have they considered how to address?
New build projects will need to ensure that they have the lowest level of impact on the environment and do not contravene with Surrey County Councils policies on becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
Some examples of sustainable measures are:
- Solar PV panels
- Air or ground source heat pumps
- LED lighting
- Recycled, low carbon building materials including wood and recycled concrete
- Bike racks or electric charging points
You can find more information on SCC's Greener Futures plan by reading the Greener Futures Climate Change Strategy document.
Further information on Surrey's Greener Future, visit our Climate change webpage.
If you have any questions on how to make your project more sustainable then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.