Applicants who are successful at this EoI stage will be invited to complete a full stage proposal. To make you aware of future requirements, the 13 questions below are those required to be completed at this later stage. These questions may be subject to change for the full stage competition.
Question 1. Applicant location
You must state the name and full registered address of your organisation, all partners and any new organisations that have joined your consortium since the EoI stage.
Question 2. EDI: Consortium considerations
How have you incorporated equality, diversity and inclusion into your project delivery and project outcomes?
Question 3. Previous Application
Enter your previous EoI application number as your answer.
You must upload your previous EoI application as an appendix to support your answer.
Question 4. Challenge and ambition
What is the existing agricultural challenge you are addressing, and specifically which emissions are you looking to reduce?
Describe what you expect to achieve from your solution and the overall impact it could have in supporting the UK transition to net zero.
Question 5. Approach and innovation
What novel approach will you take, and what additional research will you need to support your project?
You can submit one appendix to support your answer. It can include diagrams and charts.
Question 6. Team and resources
Who is in the project team and what are their roles?
You can submit one appendix to support your answer. This can include a short summary of the main people and organisations working on the project to support your answer.
Question 7: Project impact
How will your project impact be measured?
You can submit your expected deliverables during the project as an appendix.
Question 8. Outputs and exploitation
How will you exploit and disseminate your project results?
Provide a brief summary of your consortium exploitation plan.
You must submit an exploitation plan as an appendix to support your answer.
Your exploitation plan can be updated during the project, subject to agreement by UKRI.
Question 9: Benefits Realisation
What benefits is your project expected to deliver to external parties and over what timescale?
Distinguish between benefits you expect to deliver to those both inside and outside your project consortium, which may include benefits to farmers, growers, foresters and the wider agrifood industry, the UK economy and others.
You must download the logic model template and guidance document. Once completed, submit as one appendix to support your answer.
Question 10. Project management
How will you manage the project effectively?
You must submit a project plan or Gantt chart as an appendix to support your answer.
Question 11. Risks
What are the main risks for your project?
You must submit a risk register as an appendix to support your answer.
Question 12. Costs and value for money
How much will the project cost and how does it represent value for money for the team and the taxpayer?
Question 13. Added Value
How will this public funding help you to accelerate or enhance your approach to developing your project and add value to the UK? What impact would this award have on the organisations involved?