2014 Report details for project: JAKARTA: New Embassy

Project name: JAKARTA: New Embassy - there are 2 reports for this project: 2013, 2014
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Organisation: FCO (D13) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2014 (data is from Sept 2013)
Category: Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: Following the bombing of the Consulate General in Istanbul in 2003 a fundamental security review identified Jakarta as one of the most vulnerable posts in the estate. The FCO decided in 2004 to move to a greenfield site, which we acquired in 2009 at a cost of £7.56m. Both staff and visitors are at significant risk in a country with a proven track record of terrorist attacks on western interests (including Embassies). In October 2010 HMT approved an earlier FCO investment decision to provide new offices at a cost of £29.5m. Mace (FCO Strategic Partner) were appointed in Dec 10 under a Works Instruction (target cost £22.63m) to deliver the new offices. Following a delay in the local permit process work started on site in June 11. Aim: to build safe and secure offices. Forecast proceeds of £11m in FY13/14 ( now anticipated 14/15) upon sale of current Embassy and Residence
DCA (RAG): Amber/Green
DCA text: Since last quarter, no change in RAG status, pending Gate 4 review before Full Business Case submission to HMT. Amber/Green rating due to need to improve benefits tracking.
Start date: 2004-04-01
End date: 2014-09-01
Schedule text: Schedule completed
Baseline: £5.64m
Forecast: £2.44m
Variance: -56.74%
Variance text: Underspend derived from coming in below the target cost which resulted in significant savings being realised at the end of the contract period
Whole Life Cost: £29.45m
WLCost text: Budgeted costs remain as approved by MPA/HMT at full business case stage
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Sourcefile: IPA_2014.csv

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