PTN Step-by-Step Approach to Developing a Maintenance Strategy - Stirling

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Event summary

With many local authorities struggling to afford comprehensive condition surveys of their estate, this event will explore what key data needs are required to effectively manage your buildings.


16 May 2019
Starts: 10:00
Ends: 16:30


Stirling Highland Hotel
Spittal Street
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Standard price

£375.00 excl VAT

Network Member Price

£325.00 excl VAT

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About this event

How is it possible to develop an effective maintenance strategy with continually reducing budgets and with the expectation that buildings and their component parts will have an everlasting life at the same time as being 'fit for purpose'?

We will explore what a risk-based approach to maintenance might look like along with the implications of taking a purely reactive approach. We will look at what the current thinking is in this area and how you can reduce your authority’s risk and at the same time develop an effective strategy.


  • Asset management
  • / Professional development
  • / Property

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Speaker - David Bentley, Head of Asset Management, CIPFA

David Bentley

David is a professionally qualified quantity surveyor with over 35 years’ experience in the public and private sectors. He has been with CIPFA since 1998 and in this time has become known as one of the leading UK experts on property and asset management within the public sector.

Speaker - Jane Lowrie MRICS

Jane Lowrie

Jane is a chartered surveyor with over 35 years’ experience in the property industry. For the past fifteen years, she has focused on the development and implementation of strategic asset management within the public sector. Jane worked for CIPFA as a Property Advisor for over seven years and is now working as a CIPFA Associate delivering professional training and consultancy work to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness in the way public sector land and buildings are managed. During 2017/18, she worked for the ESFA providing technical advice on the Capital Efficiency and Capability Programme, in particular in the development of the Good Estate Management for Schools guidance.