The project involves the design, build, finance, maintenance and operation of 47,000sqm of office accommodation, 700 parking spaces and 9,000sqm of public gardens. The building is occupied by the National Centre for Student Registration as well as the regional Tax Office. The 20 year operating concession covers all facilities management services and lifecycle responsibilities.
Part of the Building Schools for the Future programme, the Barnsley BSF project involves an overhaul of the existing secondary school estate in Barnsley into 11 new schools (consisting of 9 advanced learning centres, one special school, and one special school extension) over three phases. Financial close on Phase 1 was achieved on 6 July 2009, for Phase 2 on April 2010 and for Phase 3 on 9 October 2010. Construction was completed in 2011 for all phases.
Investors in the Community (Leeds Schools) Holding Company Ltd, the project company, has contracted with Leeds Combined Secondary Schools to design, build, finance and operate 5 secondary schools and one primary school in Leeds under a 20 year concession which runs until 2033.
Peterborough Progress Health the project company, has contracted with Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Peterborough Primary Care Partnership Trust; and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust, to design, build, finance and operate a 612 bed acute hospital, a 39 bed city care centre and a 102 bed mental health facility under a 32 year concession which runs until 2042.
Komfort B.V., the project company, has contracted with the Dutch Ministry of Defence to design, build, finance and operate a new Û273m million headquarters for the Dutch army in Utrecht, Netherlands under a 25 year concession. The facility is designed to cater for 3,000 full time staff who will be based there.
Healthcare Support (Newcastle) Ltd, the project company, has contracted with Newcastle-upon-tyne Hospitals NHS Trust for the transfer of all acute healthcare services from the Newcastle General Hospital, to new, state-of-the-art facilities at the Royal Victoria Infirmary and the Freeman Hospital. The project comprises the construction of new buildings as well as ongoing maintenance of the new facilities under a 38 year concession which ends in May 2043.