Dana Skelley, Why Change

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Dana Skelley, Director of Roads, Transport for London
How partnership working and improved collaboration can support lower cost delivery services and better utilisation of resources and skills.

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Dana Skelley, Why Change

  1. 1. The Future of Local Transport Delivery Road Show 2011 Why Change Dana Skelley – Director of Roads TfL
  2. 2. Transforming London Highways Management• Across London around £450m pa spent on highways related activities, via c100 contracts .• Range of different specifications• Range of rates for similar activities varies considerably across the 34 London Authorities• Scope for a better service at a lower cost
  3. 3. How?• Better utilisation of resources and skills – Contractor & Client• Clear links between service levels, cost and risk• Minimum disruption through joint forward planning and improved collaboration on area works• Better and more consistent customer experience• Reduction in interfaces and the use of common specifications• Ceasing the constant state of retendering
  4. 4. Project Partners• LoTAG• London Strategic Procurement Board• Sub Regional Procurement Groups• London Councils (Capital Ambition)• Efficiency and Reform Group (formally OGC)• HTMAAnd we are feeding into the National scheme HMEP
  5. 5. Contract Structure Development Team: TfL (3 FTE) Enfield (1) Haringey (1) Lambeth (1) Linked to NationalJoint funding by London Camden (1)Councils and TfL HEMP DfT Project Sponsor Martin Smith Joint TfL/Borough London Highways Chief Executive LB Project Board Alliance Contract Ealing Newham Lambeth Enfield H&F Best value for money Bromley from Hillingdon available funding TfL
  6. 6. Where we want to be• Partnership thinking and working (“leadership” and “ownership”)• Understanding cost• Orientation towards performance• Promoting positive outcomes• Long term thinking and planning• Looking for wins at all levels – local, borough, sub-regional, pan-London
  7. 7. Common Specification
  8. 8. Where we want to be• Partnership thinking and working (“leadership” and “ownership”)• Understanding cost• Orientation towards performance• Promoting positive outcomes• Long term thinking and planning• Looking for wins at all levels – local, borough, sub-regional, pan-London
  9. 9. Common Specification Benefits• Reduce pallet of materials• Reduced stock holding• Reduced tender costs – both sides• Reduced depots and empty mile running• Reduced vehicles – currently London wide maintenance fleet is estimated at 1500. We could achieve a 10-20% reduction!
  10. 10. Programme• Development of a common specification contract - London Highway Alliance Contract LoHAC• OBCM• e-auctions for commonly used services and goods• Supplier Relationship Development – SRD on existing contracts• Highway Management Systems• Creating the Culture for Delivery
  11. 11. Supplier Relationship Development• Working with existing borough suppliers• Supplier and Clients have scored each other out of 10 against a number of performance attributes• Looking at work load planning• Looking at current inspection regimes• November publication of SRD best practice document
  12. 12. Programme• Development of a common specification contract - London Highway Alliance Contract LoHAC• OBCM• e-auctions for commonly used services and goods• Supplier Relationship Development – SRD on existing contracts• Highway Management Systems• Creating the Culture for Delivery
  13. 13. Questions?

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