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    • Total Place - Kent Bold, brave transformational change David Lewis Director of Property, Kent County Council Asset Management
    • The Kent pilot
      • Starting out…
      • Mapping the assets
      • Establishing Governance arrangements
      • Deep Dive – Swale
      • The potential for savings
      • Key barriers and possible solutions
      • Moving forwards
    • Starting Out …
      • Total Place not the beginning of our journey
      • Partnership working already well established in Kent
      • Building on solid foundations
    • Mapping the Assets
      • how many do we have, where are they etc ?
      • Created a simple, visual and compelling picture of Kent’s public sector assets
      • Used as an illustration of the ‘as is’ to enable engagement with all partners – including central government
    • Map of Public Sector Assets in Kent
    • Mapping the Assets
      • More than £5bn (book value) of property assets within Kent
      • Running costs in the region of £300m pa
      • High concentrations of public sector assets within close proximity of each other especially in urban areas
    • Mapping the Assets
      • Next step to add relevant details i.e. attributes (leasehold/freehold, size etc)
      • Issues encountered:
        • Consistency – “apples v oranges”
        • Availability / format of data
        • Scope - What is ‘in’ and what is ‘out’
        • and more…
    • Mapping the Assets
      • How to deal with data gaps ?
      • Defining requirements for data currency and accuracy ?
      • What system could we use to share information amongst partners ?
    • Mapping the Assets
      • Don’t worry - there is a way through the complexity !
      • Kent have been working with OGC and partner professionals to identify solutions
      • Kent has developed a simple system for collating, sharing and updating data amongst partners
      • Data gathering is ongoing, but we are nearing a complete picture
    • Establishing Governance
      • Fundamentally important to success
      • Achieving engagement relatively easy - need a way to progress the agenda formally
      • Strategic Board formed with independent chair, reporting into pre-existing partnership structure (Kent Partnership)
      • Practioners working group formed to facilitate detailed discussion between professionals
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    • Deep Dive - Swale
      • Swale District chosen as reasonably representative urban/rural mix
      • Workshops with local partners to discuss options for change
      • Identification of ‘ideal’ blueprint (should all barriers be lifted)
      • Potential for capital receipts and revenue running cost savings used as indication of Kent-wide potential
    • Potential for Savings
      • The deep dive indicates the potential for capital receipts across Kent could be in the region of £720m - £780m
      • Associated revenue savings could be in the region of £40m per annum
      • BUT only achievable if barriers are lifted …
    • Key Barriers
      • Both cultural and technical
      • Fundamental to success
      • Some locally resolvable, others need wider engagement
    • Key Barriers
      • Politics large and small
      • Quality/availability of data
      • Control over assets
      • Lack of incentive for some
      • Silo (vertical) approach to expenditure
      • No real method for benefit sharing
      • Treasury Green Book
      • Alignment between service strategies and asset savings imperative
    • Potential Solutions
      • Place based (horizontal) expenditure controls
      • Revision of Green Book to match
      • Use of property holding vehicles to secure change ?
      • Consider statutory powers to cut through barriers (eg related to national agencies)
      • Harness property expertise to deliver rationalisation and ongoing management
    • Moving Forwards
      • Kent Partnership fully behind the ongoing concept of shared asset management
      • Further engagement with Government on potential solutions (including the potential for property holding vehicles)
      • Understanding and alignment of partners service delivery strategies to inform the ‘blueprint’
      • Further refinements to Governance model
      • Joint development of local business cases and implementation of solutions
    • Total Place - Kent Bold, brave transformational change David Lewis Director of Property, Kent County Council