Assessment Criteria and Scoring
LOPF is looking to fund activity that will contribute to the outcomes of the overall programme. Each member of the assessment panel will assess each application received individually. The panel will include:
A representative from Leeds Community Healthcare
An older person with lived experience
A member of LOPF staff
A representative from Leeds City Council
Each application will be assessed and scored against the same criteria. A maximum of 100 points can be scored for the quality of the application. The answers to each section will be scored using a range of 0 – 20, 20 being the highest possible score and 0 being the lowest possible score.
Applicants must score a minimum of 60% of the overall quality points available (i.e. 60 points out of 100). The successful applicant(s) will be required to sign a delivery contract with Leeds Older People’s Forum before delivery can commence.
Leeds Older People’s Forum, as the lead partner for this project, reserves the right not to award any contract if they are not satisfied with the quality of the applications received.