2015 Report details for project: Estates Programme

Project name: Estates Programme - there is only one report for this project
Google search: Google search on project name (opens in new window) opens in new window
Organisation: DWP (D10) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2015 (data is from Sept 2014)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: The Department established the Estates Programme in 2010 to support the efficiency challenge in SR10 and SR13. In February 2014, the Programme’s scope was extended to include work to replace the 20 year contract for DWP buildings, which expires in March 2018.
DCA (RAG): Amber/Green
DCA text: A revised business case has been developed which outlines the potential reduction in estates demand and the associated people impacts. The Programme has also taken steps to ensure its work is aligned with other transformation programmes, during a period of unprecedented welfare reform. Regional teams have been put in place and are responsible for exploring the potential future estates blueprint in each of 7 regions across the country.
Start date: 2012-02-16
End date: 2018-03-31
Schedule text: The Programme is on course to deliver its plans within timescales and budget. There are a number of complex issues that remain to be resolved and the Programme has a significant delivery challenge.
Baseline: £23.57m
Forecast: £18.72m
Variance: -21.00%
Variance text: A number of offices that were planned for closure in 2014-15 will now close in 2015-16.
Whole Life Cost: £173.31m
WLCost text: The whole life costs represent the business case funding requirements to deliver a new Estates Commercial vehicle beyond 31 March 2018. Following a Cabinet Office request the Estates Programme Business case has been updated (May 2014) to reflect the Department’s total Estates Strategy up to 31 March 2028.
Notes1:
Notes2:
Sourcefile: IPA_2015.csv

Home Selection Search All Reports All Projects (+dates) All Projects (+costs) All Organisations All Years All Categories


Acknowledgement: GMPP data has been re-used under the Open Government Licence.