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2 Embracing Change Public Sector Land Embracing Change Public Sector Land Peter Schofield Director General, Neighbourhoods, DCLG

3 Why does the Government Estate matter? Source of funding Untapped opportunities Drives growth Boosts housing supply

4 What is DCLG doing to meet the challenges? Reducing our footprint Flexible working Cross-Government programme to release surplus land with capacity for 100,000 homes New Land Release Programme Local authorities

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6 Waltham Forest Manning Street redeveloped garage site

7 Working Together One Public Estate programme Local and Central government working together Involving local partners Delivering homes, growth and local priorities

8 What are the opportunities at local level? Understanding housing and business need Cross-boundary, cross-services Transparency Private sector opportunities Joined up teams: estates, housing, planning, economic development

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11 Government Property Unit Creating an efficient, fit-for-purpose and sustainable estate 2013 ACES Excellence in Property Management Award London Estate Rationalisation Team Presentation: September 2014

12 Estate rationalisation... success so far Government exited over 2M sq m, reducing the office estate by more than 16% (May 2010 – Sept 2013) Savings on annual running costs of over £600 million per annum. (May 2010 – April 2014) Over £1.4billion has been received in proceeds since May 2010 from the sale of nearly 800 parcels of land and buildings. This is the equivalent to the space in all the buildings below

13 Modernisation Rationalisation Growth … Released September 2014 …

14 Victoria Street, SW1 14 UNCLASSIFIED

15 21 Bloomsbury Street, WC2 15 UNCLASSIFIED

16 Organisations needing office space 16 UNCLASSIFIED

17 A 95%Solution is not a Solution 17 UNCLASSIFIED VACANT

18 A 100% Solution 18 UNCLASSIFIED

19 Credible and Experienced Team 19 UNCLASSIFIED

20 Shared Facilities 20 UNCLASSIFIED Break Out and Waiting Space Meeting Rooms (SE/UKS/ACE) Meeting Rooms (All) Showers Cycle Parking Disabled Drop-Off Storage

21 Branding 21 UNCLASSIFIED Building Circulation Reception and Waiting Shared Lower Ground Floor Space

22 Shared Services 22 UNCLASSIFIED Building Management –Rent –Service Charge etc.  Facilities Management  Meeting Room Booking  Catering  Reception  Security  Cleaning  Maintenance

23 What happened and Challenges 23 UNCLASSIFIED What happened –Fortnightly Client Meetings –Tenant Coordination Meetings –Building Visits –Post Move Care –Coordinated Branding Exercise –Multiple Fit-out Project Coordination Meetings Challenges –Multiple Fit-Outs –Multiple Tenant Requirements –Wayleaves –Working in Occupied Premises –Sharing the base building M&E Services and plant space

24 Benefits Realisation 24 UNCLASSIFIED Staff in eleven buildings coming to a single location Seven Organisations co-locating and sharing services: One FM Management Shared costs in fitout / occupancy / continuity Eight properties of 110,000 sq ft / 11,000 m 2 released back to the open market Savings of £60 million over ten years

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26 Association of Chief Estates Surveyors Award for Excellence in Property Management November UNCLASSIFIED

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29 An Introduction to HS2 and Regeneration Jamie Kerr Head of Regeneration Company Development HS2 Ltd

30 Addressing the capacity crunch In 2011/12 passengers made around 1.5 billion journeys, almost doubled since 1994/ million long distance journeys were made in 2011/12, more than doubled since 1994/95 By mid 2020s, key routes will be severely crowded HS2 provides high frequency and high capacity services Up to 18 trains per hour, each carrying up to 1,100 passengers Capacity freed up on existing network More freight trains using the space freed up on the existing rail network

31 The vision for HS2: the catalyst for high speed Britain A 21 st century high speed rail backbone, integrated with existing network Direct, high capacity, rail links between our major cities Foundation for future growth and prosperity Investment in infrastructure that will deliver a lasting dividend

32 Transforming the UK’s geography Better connections to/from London Poor inter-regional connectivity seen as growth constraint HS2 is not just a new train line, it’s a new national network New trains will continue into current network

33 Better commuter services Milton Keynes Up to 12 trains an hour to London Euston Up to 1/3 reduction in average journey times Northampton Up to six trains an hour to London Euston Reduction in average journey times Berkhamsted Up to eight trains an hour to London Euston Up to 1/3 reduction in average journey times Better local services, including on the Kensington Olympia route

34 Key facts: Phase One Connection between London and the West Midlands allowing through trains to run onto the West Coast Main Line to serve cities further north and Scotland A new interchange station at Old Oak Common in West London linking with Crossrail, the Heathrow Express, the Great Western Main Line and other public transport Stations in Central Birmingham and near Birmingham Airport 140 miles (225km) route length Remodelling of Euston station Route crosses 24 local authorities – 50% in tunnel or cutting

35 Key facts: Phase Two The high speed lines will be extended further north, to Manchester on the western leg and to Leeds on the eastern leg The western leg will serve Manchester Airport and Manchester Piccadilly The eastern leg will serve stations in the East Midlands, South Yorkshire and Leeds Link to the West Coast Main Line at Crewe for services to Liverpool Link to the West Coast Main Line near Wigan for services to Scotland Link to the East Coast Main Line for York and Newcastle Phase Two adds another 211 miles (365km) of new railway onto Phase One  Leeds 116 miles  Manchester 95 miles

36 High speed rail and regeneration HS1 has seen regeneration at Stratford and Kings Cross worth £10bn, plus wider economic benefits of £3.8bn Lille has developed a major commercial centre around its new station Crossrail is already affecting investment decisions, and could help create additional residential and commercial value of up to £5.5bn between 2012 and 2021 HS2 are working in collaboration with the Core Cities, London Boroughs and the GLA and other stakeholders to maximise the regeneration opportunities

37 Growth Taskforce Proposal for a Regeneration Company HS2 and London and Continental Railways to respond to proposal Offering expertise and capacity on commercial and investment opportunities Ensuring integration of HS2 stations into surrounding areas and wider transport network Identifying sources of investment

38 Local Delivery Bodies 4 stations on phase stations on phase 2 Growth Strategies to be produced for each station area No ‘one size fits all’ solution Birmingham Curzon  14,000 jobs  600,000 m2 new business space  2,000 new homes  £1.3 billion economic uplift Birmingham Interchange  10,000 jobs  Green Belt

39 Timeline – the story so far DateMilestone 2009 HS2 Ltd established 2010 Phase One command paper and HS2 report 2011 Consultation on high speed rail and Phase One route 2012 Government decision to proceed with high speed rail and decision on preferred route for Phase One Property compensation consultation Phase Two station and route options submitted to Sec of State Jan 2013 Publication of the Government’s initial route, stations and depot preferences for Phase Two Launch of the consultation on Exceptional Hardship Scheme for Phase Two Spring 2013 Informal Engagement activities including preparation for public consultation for Phase Two Paving Bill and Consultation on draft Environmental Statement including design refinements for Phase One 2013 Consultation on preferred route, stations and depots for Phase Two launches Safeguarding Consultation for Phase One Nov 2013 Hybrid Bill for Phase One submitted to Parliament April 2014 Successful Second Reading of Hybrid Bill for Phase One

40 Timeline – next steps DateMilestone 2015 Commence engineering design, environmental impact assessment and preparation of Hybrid Bill for Phase Two Target date for Royal Assent to Hybrid Bill for Phase One, containing legal powers to construct Phase One Next Parliament Deposit Hybrid Bill for Phase Two 2016/2017 Construction on Phase One commences 2026 Phase One opens to passengers 2033 Phase Two opens to passengers

41 In conclusion HS2 is not just about high speed – It’s much more important than that.

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