The South East Cornwall IAP concentrated on the Caradon District, and operated under the name of Caradon Integrated Area Plan.
Like all aspects of Objective One, the main focus of the IAP was economic and the strategy concentrated on business support, diversification for agriculture, horticulture and community enterprise. The programme had a substantial commitment to skills and training and to fostering social inclusion. There were also many elements of the plan which link into tourism, heritage and the environment.
Caradon IAP was operated by a team of three people, who provided a facilitation, advice and project development service, which was free to the client. The IAP worked with all sectors including food and craft, small businesses, training and skills, farmers and horticulturists, tourism, and community groups.
Caradon IAP was part of Caradon District Council and was directed by the local community through a Local Development Group (LDG). Representing the interests of the local community, the LDG decided whether specific projects are suitable for inclusion within the local strategy and recommend any changes, which may be necessary. All community groups with an active interest in regeneration and based in the Caradon District, had a right to one voting seat on the LDG.
Please note that the Bodmin Moor and Camelford IAP no longer exists and was integrated into the new North Cornwall IAP and the new Caradon IAP. The original aims and objectives of the Bodmin Moor and Camelford IAP can be found for information purposes by clicking here.