Effective and innovative management of buildings can enable the public sector to deliver better public services - and keep costs down.
The Wales Audit Office, the Chartered Institute of Public Finance Accounts (CIPFA) and Good Practice Wales held a free seminar on Buildings Management. This seminar brought together the most up-to-date practices from across Wales and beyond. Walking away from this seminar, delegates had shared and learnt different approaches to buildings management, enabling them to achieve more with less.
You can watch the presenters discussing their contributions [Opens in new window] to the seminar.
This seminar was aimed at managers and officers responsible for:
- Buildings management;
- Facilities management;
- Asset management and planning; and
- Sustainable development.
The seminar consisted of showcase sessions:
Presentation by West Lothian Council - Paul Kettrick [PDF 681KB Opens in new window]
A Co-ordinated Approach to Assets
Presentation by BIG Lottery - Robert Roffe [PDF 1.19MB Opens in new window]
Community Asset Transfer
And a choice of attending two of the following:
Workshop by Worcestershire County Council - Peter Parkes or Alan Stokes [PDF 579KB Opens in new window]
Sharing and Collaborating - a Pathfinder Partnership
Workshop by Natural Resources Wales - Antony Wallis [PDF 1MB Opens in new window]
Rationalising your Property - experience following a merger
Workshop by Coleg y Cymoedd - Karen Phillips [PDF 1.33MB Opens in new window]
Funding and shared spaces - lessons from further education
Where and When
0900 - 1300
Thursday 12 December 2013
Wales Audit Office, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9LJ.
0900 - 1300
Wednesday 8 January 2014
Glasdir, Plas yn Dre, Llanrwst, Conwy, LL26 0DF