CORP ASSET 1: Proportion of operational buildings that are suitable for their current use
Summary definition

The indicator looks at the extent to which buildings are suitable for their use and the delivery of services. It uses the School Estate Management Plan (SEMP) core facts criteria. These categories are defined as follows:

A: Good - Performing as intended and operating efficiently
B: Satisfactory - Performing as intended but showing minor deterioration
C: Poor - Showing major defects and/or not operating as intended
D: Bad - Life expired and/or serious risk of imminent failure

Being 'suitable for its current use' means assessed as being in Category A or B.

Why do we measure this?

This indicator is deemed important in terms of good asset management practice.

It ensures that buildings meet statutory requirements, including health and safety requirements, and the operational requirements of the service occupying the building.

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