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City of Lincoln Council Corporate Asset Management Plan January 2015

Front cover for City of Lincoln Council Corporate Asset Management Plan January 2015

By NPS Group

This Corporate Asset Management Plan (AMP) identifies the key strategic policy and resource influences affecting the City of Lincoln Council and in response to these sets a broad direction for asset management over the medium term enabling its property portfolio (and associated professional support) to be optimised to meet identified needs. It facilitates rational property decision making based on identified council priorities. The plan has a 5 year time horizon but will be updated periodically to reflect changing circumstances.

The AMP is restricted to consideration of property assets that the council owns or uses (excluding houses) and sets a programme of action for the property portfolio over the medium term. It is a practical tool which helps to define, implement and measure how the council:

  • Makes its investment decisions
  • Maintains and improves its assets
  • Increases the cost effectiveness of its portfolio
  • Ensures the property portfolio is 'fit for purpose'
  • Promotes innovation and development in asset management
  • Listens and responds to property users

This plan was written by NPS Group, funded by English Heritage (now Historic England) as part of a wider initiative to encourage local authorities to include heritage in Asset Management Plans.


Part 1: Strategic Content and Direction
Part 2: Asset Management Practice
Part 3: The Property Portfolio
Part 4: Asset Management in Action
Part 5: Measuring Performance

A: Property Categories & Management Objectives
B: Supporting Property Policies & Procedures
C: 'Health Check' against 'Best Practice' in Asset Management
D: Terms of Reference for Asset Management Group
E: Capital Programme Management Process

Additional Information

  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Pages: 38

If you require an alternative accessible version of this document please contact: Lancaster House Norwich, NR7 0HR United Kingdom

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