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Guidance - archived

Property Appraisal Manual (SHTN 00-01 ARCHIVED)

Published on 01 August 2020

From: Health Facilities Scotland

(Archived) Scottish Health Technical Note 00-01 provides guidance on the methodology to be used to ensure a standard and consistent approach.

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It is essential that the land and property assets of the NHS Estate in Scotland positively contribute to the delivery of healthcare services. In order to develop a Property Asset Management Strategy (PAMS) or Regional Asset Management Strategy (RAMS), it is necessary to carry out an appraisal of the existing land and property as a baseline assessment of the current NHS Estate. This manual and its appendices provide guidance on the methodology to be used to ensure a standard and consistent approach is adopted across all Boards.

  • SHTN 00-01 – Estates Asset Management: Property Appraisal Manual
  • Appendix 1 – Index of appendices
  • Appendix 2 – Building Engineering Elements and Sub-Elements
  • Appendix 3 – Guidance on Updating Cost Data
  • Appendix 4 – Schedule of Rates – Fabric and Engineering
  • Appendix 5 – Schedule of Rates – Statutory Items
  • Appendix 6 – GP Schedule of Rates – Statutory – Fabric Items
  • Appendix 7 – GP Schedule of Rates – Statutory – Engineering Items
  • Appendix 8 – Example Pro-forma Check Sheet
  • Appendix 9 – Generic Risk Assessment
  • Appendix 10 – Proforma Data Collection Sheets
  • Appendix 11 – Statutory Compliance Bespoke Question Set Headings – GP Premises

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