Faced with ever-widening funding gaps, ‘commercialism’ is a word that has become common place in the public sector, with many organisations adopting commercial strategies. But what does it really mean in the context of property asset management?
12 June 2019Starts: 10:00Ends: 15:30
Mercure Darlington Kings Hotel9-12 PriestgateDarlingtonDurhamDL1 1NW[See map]
£375.00 excl VAT
£250.00 excl VAT
For many, ‘commercialism’ is simply about bringing in new or increased income, often through trading or charging for non-statutory services. There is far more to being ‘commercial’ than that, and alongside improving and generating new income streams should we think about ‘commercialism’ in terms of being more ‘commercial’ about everything that we do?
In that context being ‘commercial’ is about taking a more business-like approach to managing the property estate and to the way the property estate is managed in order to minimise costs.
With the use of case studies this event will explore how a more commercial approach can be adopted in all that you do and the efficiencies and other wider benefits it can bring.
Our aim is to equip you with all of the tools you need to take a more commercial approach to managing your property estate and property service.
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Chris is a long standing member of the RICS Public Sector Valuation Group and has contributed actively to revisions to and development of RICS Professional Standards (the ‘Red Book’). He is recognised as one of the UK’s leading experts on local authority asset valuation, having acted as joint author on relevant CIPFA publications and also jointly devised and delivered the CIPFA Certificate in Local Authority Asset Valuation.
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.
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.
Tim joined CIPFA in October 2017 from Savills where he specialized in property and asset management. He is a professionally qualified chartered surveyor and leads the Property Advisory Team delivering network activity and consultancy to multiple public sector clients.