Implications of PF2 for the Priority Schools Building Programme

20 May 2013

Following publication of the details of Private Finance 2 by HM Treasury, both public and private sector participants in the Priority Schools Building Programme are eager to know how the new model will work in practice.

City & Financial are therefore pleased to announce this next conference in their series of events on the PSBP.

We are delighted that the Education Funding Agency has confirmed that it will field three speakers at the conference. Mike Coleman, Divisional Director for Programme Delivery, will give an overview of progress to date and the next steps in the programme. Rachel Stephenson will explain how the new procurement model will work in practice, while Dan Rudley will give a presentation on capital market financing solutions.

The other speakers will address how Private Finance 2 will impact on other aspects of the Priority Schools Building Programme, including value for money and risk allocation; funding competitions and public equity; widening the sources of debt and equity finance; the new contractual arrangements and standardised documentation; construction efficiency and sustainability; and balancing design standardisation with local needs.

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