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2020 Entries Open
Departments were asked to provide project / programme level responses to the questions set out below in a spreadsheet template, using the following guidance.
Sector / sub-sector / sub-group
Drop-down list for sector (eg Education / Energy/Transport) and if applicable, specify further using the ‘sub-sector’ and ‘sub-group’.
Number of Projects in Programme
If entry is a single project, this will be 1. If entry is a programme the number of projects covered by the programme will be entered.
Description of project.
An English region; a devolved nation within the UK; UK-wide; or overseas.
Town / City
Private, Public, or Public/Private. This refers to the ultimate ownership of the asset, not the origins of the funding nor the status of the delivery body. If ownership is complex, the most appropriate response is selected.
Economically regulated investment
Yes / no (generally relevant to infrastructure only)
Public / private / combination
Earliest Construction Start Date
Eg Proposed / planned / confirmed etc
Current forecast date in service
When the asset will become available to the user.
Is the programme/project on track to meet planned dates for construction / service: yes / no / unknown etc.
Total capex cost all funding (£m)
This includes land / property acquisition, client, consultant & contractor costs, contingency, VAT.
Total capex cost publicly funded, if different (£m)
Total public investment / support (where relevant). Focus on CDEL unless alternate measure more appropriate (e.g. CDEL+RDEL). Other information, e.g. PFI credits are provided separately if available.
Total 2014 to 2016
2016 to 2020 Estimated (£m)
Beyond 2020 Estimated (£m)
Status of the cost information that has been reported, eg Pre-project / Concept / Pre-procurement / Bid price.
Basis of costs
State whether cost values are Nominal or Real
Of projected spend.
Planned Procurement Route
Eg Framework , PFI. If complex, details given in the “notes” column.
Expiry Date for Existing Frameworks
Public Source for further details
Where the supply chain can obtain further information about the project / programme.
Web address for further information on programme / project
List the source(s) of the information that has been provided.
Including description where response to earlier question is other.
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