With the help of a team of building surveyors and engineers, we undertook a 6 facet survey for the Trust in May 2015. A total of
were surveyed and
were produced for the
84 individual properties
occupied by the Trust on a number of sites and locations.
It is envisaged that the information provided in the
produced will enable the Trust to
management of the estate
. The results of the surveys can be used to determine and manage backlog maintenance, along with measuring risk in relation to sub-standard assets, allowing capital investment to be prioritised once the risk associated with sub-standard elements has been assessed.
The ultimate aim of such a property appraisal is to
of the estate at an acceptable standard and identify where opportunities exist for
. The underlying aim is to ensure that the estate, as a resource, is aligned with service objectives so that the Trust can provide the