After a long wait, we finally have the Independent Review of Education Capital – the James Review – which sets out the 16 recommendations for the reform of the way schools are procured, designed and built.
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Economic turbulence and political uncertainty, pressures on local government finance and new accountabilities for schools are upon us. Sustainable, deliverable, long term collaborations are the only way to achieve the necessary improvements and efficencies across all of our communities Not my words but those of one the sanest commentaries on a more cost effective procurement [...]
This is an absolutely vital time. This major investment in school buildings has made a difference, and we really can’t afford to go back to not spending money consistently on infrastructure. The sheer scale of this investment is hard to absorb for many people, and it’s been ill-served by some of the ‘research’ flying around. [...]