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2 Making Assets Count (Part of Cambridgeshire’s Total Place work) Denis Payne 30 th May 2012

3 What’s it all about? Joined up management of the whole Public Sector property estate in Cambridgeshire leading to: oSignificant savings by combining and sharing property oRationalising the combined estate oMaximising the investment potential

4 Targets & benefits  Benefits: oMore efficient estate oIn the right locations oImproved service for customers oCarbon Reduction Commitment costs reduced oRequired maintenance backlogs reduced oCompliance with Equality Act and Health & Safety oProviding opportunities for development  Targets: o20% rationalisation o20% disposals o20% revenue savings o20-30% reduction in carbon

5 Cambridgeshire CC Portfolio Assets supporting service delivery include: Schools Park & Ride Sites Office Accommodation Total asset value £920 million 14,000 hectare Farms Estate Libraries

6 Police stations Swimming pools Business starter units Offices Partner Portfolios Total asset value £275 million Fire stations

7 What’s happened Mapping the public realm oMapped all the public sector property assets on to one GIS hosted by County Council. oIncludes County, District Councils, Fire, Police, PCT and government civil estate oAccessible via internet for partners oMajority of sites now mapped oPublished on County Council’s website oDelivered to national demonstrator

8 Partner Internet view

9 Public Internet view my.cambridgeshire.gov.uk

10 Ely

11 Ely – Add County

12 Ely – Add East Cambridgeshire

13 Ely – Add Government Offices

14 Ely – Add Police

15 What next – business view  Public Sector Asset Management Strategy bit.ly/IvFbq8bit.ly/IvFbq8  Spend on buildings OR frontline delivery (staff) - the status quo is not an option  This is the time for good asset management

16 What next – technical view  Demand mapping - population et al  Data standards – attributes (numbers – 35/11/? etc)  Polygons (rather than point data)  Automatic data upload/update (part of a general data sharing solution?)  Data distribution (WMS/WFS)

17 Automatic data upload/update Corporate GIS server FTP server Username & password Control iShareMaps Scheduled copy Runs daily Studio task Copy or translate (daily) Ad hoc FTP transfer from partners Regular Studio task updating all available property data

18 Questions? Denis Payne


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