CIPFA Property – leverage the value of your public estate

CIPFA Property is a trusted partner to public finance and property professionals in their delivery of efficient asset management.

We understand that managing public sector property estates effectively delivers value for money, enhances public services and creates wider economic, environmental and social outcomes for local communities. 

With a long track record of delivering first-class services - and the heritage of a wider organisation stretching back over 130 years - we provide effective asset management to the public sector and beyond.  

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Surveys

Our survey team offer a high quality, responsive and tailored service. To date we have carried out over 100,000 surveys for police, fire, health, local authorities and also the private sector. 

NEW: Drone surveys now available.

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Software solutions

AssetManager.NET is a fully web-enabled asset management software solution for the public sector ensuring your asset register and property database are compatible at all times.

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Consultancy

Practical advice and support training to maximise your property assets from our expert team. Improve the overall performance of your property portfolio that can help to deliver significant savings.

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Professional networks

Get key and timely advice, events and training on the key issues affecting public sector asset management and planning as they evolve from The Strategic Assets Network and Highways Planning network.

Training

The Property Training Network (formerly CPAS) offers essential skills and keeps you up to date with the latest developments. 

NEW: E-learning Practical Understanding of Asset Management and the accredited Certificate in Asset Valuation.

Benchmarking

Our varied benchmarking services help you drive improvements and offer value for money within property services. Our Scotland Benchmarking Group is one of the success stories of local authorities working together to achieve a common goal.