2019 Report details for project: Prison Estate Transformation Programme (PETP)

Project name: Prison Estate Transformation Programme (PETP) - there are 3 reports for this project: 2017, 2018, 2019
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Organisation: MOJ (D18) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2019 (data is from Sept 2018)
Category: Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: The PETP will change the way the prison population is managed. It will create reception prisons which will service the courts and manage those on remand. The training estate for sentenced prisoners will be improved and expanded so that the supply of places meets demand. For prisoners nearing the end of their sentence or on short custodial sentences there will be enhanced resettlement prisons. These changes will be delivered through the reconfiguration of the existing custodial estate, the construction (the majority of which is on a new for old basis) of new prisons and a smaller houseblock unit within an existing prison, as well as closing and disposing of some prison places which are no longer deemed fit for purpose. The programme's capital value is in excess of £10m and will likely have a steel element within it.
DCA (RAG): Amber/Red
DCA text: Focus has been on completing all actions arising from the most recent reviews including a review of the programme's governance and approvals arrangements and strengthening the commercial delivery and assurance capability.
Start date: 2016-04-01
End date: 2026-05-07
Schedule text: The programme remains on schedule in line with agreed business case and budgetary approvals
Baseline: £67.81m
Forecast: £67.81m
Variance: 0.00%
Variance text: Budget variance less than 5%
Whole Life Cost: £30,165.85m
WLCost text: The programme's whole life costs are in line with previously agreed profiles
Sourcefile: None

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