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Consultants to assess the state of school buildings

Consultants to assess the state of school buildings

CAPITA, Aecom, Faithful+Gould and Rider Levett Bucknall have been appointed by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) to carry out a national programme of school condition data collection assessments.

The programme will be one of the largest and most innovative projects of its type in Europe.

About 22,000 schools will be included in the Condition Data Collection (CDC) programme over the next three years. This will build on the EFA’s Property Data Survey Programme (PDSP), which provided, for the first time, a consistent measure of condition and data on the size, condition, age and composition of the school estate in England.

Capita has been appointed to collect condition data on around 5,500 schools, having surveyed 5,000 schools as part of the PDSP across Yorkshire & the Humber, the South West and the North East of England.

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