Infrastructure Investment Plan 2011 - Progress Report for 2012
The IIP 2011 - Progress Report for 2012 outlines the sector-by-sector progress that has been made since the publication of the updated Infrastructure Investment Plan in December 2011. The report also provides a progress update on individual plans and programmes over £20 million being taken forward this Spending Review period (April 2012-March 2015).
In addition, two separate updated investment pipelines through to 2030 are also provided below. The first one gives details of major investment programmes and the other outlines the pipeline of investment in major capital projects over £20 million, including additional information on schools and health projects being delivered through the hub initiative. These will be updated on a regular basis within our website.
Infrastructure Investment Plan 2011 - Updated Programme Pipeline (January 2013)
The IIP 2011 - Updated Programme Pipeline (January 2013) updates the programme information provided as part of Annex C of the Infrastructure Investment Plan published in December 2011.
Infrastructure Investment Plan 2011 – Updated Project Pipeline (as of 3 September 2013 *)
The IIP 2011 - Project Pipeline provides details relating to those projects as included in Annex C of the Infrastructure Investment Plan 2011. Details relate to those projects with a capital value of £20m or more which are ongoing or which are in preparation. Details also include those school projects which are being delivered through the Scottish Government's "Schools for the Future Programme” and health projects with a value over £5m that are being taken forward through the Scotland-wide 'hub' initiative.
* The Forth Replacement Crossing’s capital value was revised down following the 2014-15 Draft Budget statement on 11 September 2013.
Notes relating to the Updated Project Pipeline:
1. This project pipeline updates the project details included in Annex C of the Infrastructure Investment Plan 2011 (the programme pipeline is published separately). It relates to those projects with a capital value of £20m or more. The pipeline also includes school projects which are being delivered through the Scottish Government's "Schools for the Future Programme” and health projects with a value over £5m that are being taken forward through the Scotland-wide 'hub' initiative. The "Schools for the Future Programme" and the 'hub' initiative are two of the major investment programmes over £20m included in the Infrastructure Investment Plan.
2. For revenue funded projects through NPD, hub and Network Rail’s Regulatory Asset Base (RAB), the ‘Capital Value’ relates only to the initial capital expenditure incurred by the private sector, or Network Rail, to create the revenue-financed asset and excludes any subsequent lifecycle costs within the contract, and any other associated capital funded costs, such as capital enabling works out with the contract. The ‘Total Capital Investment’ relates to revenue funded projects only and is the overall total ‘capital investment’ cost of the project: i.e. the construction cost (‘Capital Value’) and any associated capital funded costs such as land acquisition and enabling works (e.g. demolition and utilities diversions.
3. Local authorities are the public sector procurement bodies for all schools within the ‘Schools for the Future programme’, supported by Scottish Futures Trust. DG Learning & Justice relates to the area within the Scottish Government which has responsibility for the schools investment programme.
4. Local authority investments identified and delivered under the terms of Single Outcome Agreements are excluded.
5. Contracting and procurement processes vary for those projects being delivered by way of Network Rail, the hub initiative or Framework Agreements. Consequently these projects have ‘n/a’ (not applicable) for ‘Project Advertised to Market’.
6. Those projects which do not have an Outline Business Case approved (or equivalent) have been marked as ‘In Preparation’ (Estimated delivery dates for these projects are provided where known).
7. Cost estimates for individual projects may rise or fall for a number of reasons, including: changes to the scope of the project; incurring unanticipated or additional costs for preparatory works; costs arising from unavoidable delay to projects; and increases in input costs and construction prices. Timescale estimates for individual projects may be lengthened or shortened for a number of reasons, including: changes to the scope of the projects; unanticipated or unavoidable delays to construction; unanticipated or unavoidable delays in the procurement process; and the impact of considerations around affordability for the procuring authority.
8. For further information on any project within this pipeline, please contact the relevant area at the e-mail address provided in ‘Contact For Public Enquiries’.
9. For businesses wishing to find out more information about the hub initiative and supply chains, please click on the following link which will take you to the Scottish Futures Trust’s website: http://www.scottishfuturestrust.org.uk/our-work/hub/hub-delivery/
10. For businesses wishing to find out more information on contract opportunities in Scotland, please click on the following link which will take you to the Public Contracts Scotland portal: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/
11. The following projects within the previously published pipeline in February 2013 are now operational and are subsequently no longer included.
- Westerhailes Healthy Living Centre (NHS Lothian - Joint venture with City of Edinburgh Council)
- New Alexandria Medical Centre (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde)
- Lasswade High School (Midlothian Council)
- Eastwood High School (East Renfrewshire Council)
- Auchmuty High School (Fife Council)
- Dumbarton Academy (West Dunbartonshire Council)
- Riverside Primary School (Stirling Council)
Infrastructure Investment Plan 2011
The 2011 Infrastructure Investment Plan which set out priorities for investment and long term strategy for the development of public infrastructure in Scotland was published on 6 December 2011.
Infrastructure Investment Plan 2008
The 2008 Infrastructure Investment Plan which set out intentions for enhancing the fabric of Scotland was published on 27 March 2008.