On 24 May 2012 the Secretary of State announced which schools will have their condition needs addressed through the Priority School Building programme (PSBP). The full written ministerial statement provided to parliament can be accessed in the news section of this website.
A list of schools that have been successful can be found on this page.
The Priority School Building programme (PSBP) was launched in July 2011 and is to be centrally-procured by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) on behalf of the Department for Education.
The draft Project Agreement is being released for consultation. The Project Agreement is available on this page and a version showing the changes made from the BSF standard form of December 2007 can be also be accessed. The accompanying explanatory table of changes made is provided to assist your review. Please note that the draft Project Agreement is subject to further review and amendment by HM Treasury.
Please send any consultation responses by 5.00pm on 22 November 2012 to the email address on this page. Where possible, please provide responses in a tabular format and clearly identify the clauses and provisions to which each comment relates. Please note that, while we will consider all consultation responses, we may not reply to all consultees on all issues.
PSBP legal consultation enquiries
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Education Secretary Michael Gove has today made a statement in relation to school funding and the Priority School Building programme.
Information about contracts advertised by the Department and its executive agencies, plus details of how and where suppliers find more information about the list of current contracts available.
Information about school building design requirements, including the facilities output specification.
Information about the requirements set out in the services output specification, including facilities management.
How the EFA developed a set of standardised drawings and specifications for education facilities.