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Estate Rationalisation

Our professional advice teams help departments to achieve economies of scale. Savings accrue when OGC and departments work together to deliver cross-departmental workspace strategies based on the exploitation of government's collective bargaining strength.

By putting forward a comprehensive range of options and facilitating discussion, we can ensure that departments take strategic decisions in the full knowledge of the wider financial impact.

Collaborative Opportunities include:

  • identifying, promoting and brokering opportunities for interdepartmental estate rationalisation and co-location;
  • co-ordinating market opportunities through property events;
  • developing opportunities for and promoting strategic co-operation between central government organisations;
  • maintaining an up-to-date database of all central civil government property and future accommodation requirements (e-PIMS™).

 

Civil Estate Co-ordination Protocol

The Civil Estate Co-ordination Protocol (CECP) (PDF) sets out how Government bodies will co-ordinate their activity in acquiring, managing, rationalising and disposing of workspace on the Civil Estate.

 

Mandatory Requirements

At the last review of Managing Public Money the opportunity was taken by Treasury to strengthen the requirements previously contained in DAO letters.

 

Civil Estate Occupancy Agreement (CEOA)

The CEOA sets out general arrangements for shared occupations by Crown bodies Its purpose is to act as framework agreement which Crown bodies sharing occupation should adopt to establish arrangements between Holders and Occupiers.

The new agreement is split into three tenure specific volumes, each with their own appendices.

 

Volume 1: Short leasehold properties
CEOA Volume 1 (PDF)
Volume 1 appendices (Word)

 

Volume 2: Freehold/ Feuhold & long leasehold properties
CEOA Volume 2 (PDF)
Volume 2 appendices (Word)

 

Volume 3: PFI/PPP properties
CEOA Volume 3 (PDF)
Volume 3 appendices (Word)

 

For further information please contact:

Malcolm Sutherland
Head of Government Estate Rationalisation
020 7271 2787
malcolm.sutherland@ogc.gsi.gov.uk

David Pickersgill
Deputy Head of Government Estate Rationalisation, Leeds
0113 203 3844
david.pickersgill@ogc.gsi.gov.uk