2014 Report details for project: Broadmoor Redevelopment Programme

Project name: Broadmoor Redevelopment Programme - there are 3 reports for this project: 2013, 2014, 2015
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Organisation: DOH (D12) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2014 (data is from Sept 2013)
Category: Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: Redevelop Broadmoor High Secure Hospital to replace Victorian accommodation which presents high levels of inherent risk to the safety of patients and staff and has been declared by regulators, including the Care Quality Commission (CQC), as 'not fit for modern mental health services'. The new hospital will provide a total of 234 beds (210 commissioned, 24 decant) in 10 new wards and 6 existing wards in an adjacent unit built in 2003. It will also provide two support buildings: an entrance building to control all access/egress for the site and a central building to house all off-ward activities and administration. The programme includes the realignment of the site boundaries and the sale of surplus land/buildings to support programme funding.
DCA (RAG): No DCA
DCA text: Once, the main contractor had been selected for appointment the final part of the Gate 3 review was carried out on 4th/5th March 2013 by two of the same reviewers that conducted the Gate 2A review in September 2012. The Delivery Confidence assessment was GREEN and key findings were: ‘A thorough tender evaluation process has now concluded and the Trust are to be commended on the evaluation process that has led to a firm recommendation for the selection of a main contractor. The Trust has every confidence that the preferred contractor will deliver the new hospital on time and within budget utilising a collaborative approach as well as innovative design solutions.’ ‘All stakeholders remain supportive and the Project Team are planning the next phases on the basis that the necessary approvals will be forthcoming. The Governance structure has been reviewed and further resources are being recruited. All major issues/challenges that could impact upon the Project appear to have been identified. We feel that this remains an extremely well run project and successful delivery appears highly likely subject to DH/HM Treasury approval.’
Start date: 2010-03-01
End date: 2018-11-01
Schedule text: The FBC submitted to the Department in January 2013 contained a programme which anticipated DH/HMT approval of the FBC in April 2013. However, changes in the NHS structure, the Trust’s Foundation Trust application process and a DH review of capital commitments, have delayed the FBC approval process. At this point, the FBC has not yet been approved.
Baseline: £16.07m
Forecast: £16.07m
Variance: 0.00%
Variance text: There is no variance at this point, although the approval of the FBC later than previously programmed may impact on this total in due course.
Whole Life Cost: £287.43m
WLCost text: The forecast WLC will reduce from the total in the FBC submitted in January 2013 (£286m) because the tender which was provisionally accepted by the Trust in March 2013 is significantly lower than expected. There will be, however, some additional costs arising from the approval process for the FBC taking longer than previously planned.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2014.csv

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