Asset Management Plan
Dorset County Council's Asset Management Plan 2015-2018 sets out the County Council's strategic property aims with targets to address the challenging financial climate in Dorset. In addition, the County Council is progressing a baseline property portfolio approach which seeks to transform its current estate, reconfiguring it to significantly reduce its floor area and re-focus its purpose.
The Asset Management Plan is based on a three year cycle to reflect the changes in the organisation and the Forward Together initiatives currently under way promoting flexible working alongside smarter computing. The County Council recognises that the land and buildings from which it delivers services have a key role in delivering the necessary change and influencing how the council provides services and organises itself now and in the future.
Dorset County Council continues to work with all public sector bodies in Dorset to deliver a common vision and where feasible, to share assets. Dorset's Joint Asset Management Programme fits well with the government's 'One Public Sector Estate' philosophy with a special focus this year working with community groups, the third sector and voluntary groups.
The Asset Management Plan contains 10 performance indicators. Progress against each indicator is summarised in the Progress against Asset Management Plan KPIs June 2018. The document also sets out the County Council's capital spending priorities. Details of the total capital performance for each capital project is available in the Capital Programme - Cabinet December 2017. This document is updated on a quarterly basis.
Previously issued documents are also available:
Progress against Asset Management Plan KPIs December 2017.
Progress against Asset Management Plan KPIs September 2017 and Capital Programme - Cabinet September 2017.
Progress against Asset Management plan KPIs - June 2017 and Capital Programme - Cabinet June 2017.
For any questions relating to the Asset Management Plan, or programme against key indicators please contact Peter Scarlett, Estate and Assets Service Manager.