This section of guidance outlines what we mean by 'collaborative application', as well as highlighting some of the things you should consider when submitting a collaborative proposal.
Please also refer to the guidance on assessment, where further information is provided on the type of collaboration which would score highly, and so improve your chances of receiving funding for your proposal.
Collaborative applications should:
- Add value to the proposal (not collaboration for the sake of collaboration)
- Deliver as much as possible, relative to the scale of opportunity
- Offer an integrated approach
Although you may be participating in a collaborative application you are expected to submit an individual proposal online, as are all other parties involved.
Your individual proposal relates to the work to be undertaken on your land rather than the entire work covered by the collaboration.