Capital and Asset Partnership (CAP) Conference Frequently Asked
- Who is the best
person to contact regarding the CAP work done by Worcestershire or
any of its partner organisations?
should attend this Conference?
- Will it be of interest to Property
- What practical and real examples of CAP
projects will there be?
- Will there be an opportunity to ask questions
and network with those involved in project delivery?
- Is this
event likely to be repeated?
- How much does the
- Q: Who is
the best person to contact regarding the CAP work done by
Worcestershire or any of its partner organisations?
A: Carol Woolliscroft is the Programme Manager for the CAP
Steering Group and can be contacted at email@example.com
or by telephone on 01905 766474.
- Q: Who should attend this
A: The Conference is open to other public sector
organisations who are either considering or implementing
asset rationalisation programmes.
- Q: Will it be of interest to Property
A: No - the workshops will consider the benefits and
challenges of collaborative and partnership working. There
will be examples of how property can be used to contribute to
localism and respond to the individual needs of
communities. These examples will discuss the political
dimension as well as the financial and service user impacts.
What practical and real examples of CAP projects will there
A: Each workshop has been designed to share the current
and ongoing project work being implemented across
Worcestershire. These projects involve multiple public sector
organisations, VSO's as well as some input from the private
sector. Project governance and outputs will be
Will there be an opportunity to ask questions and network with
those involved in project delivery?
A: Many of the Worcestershire Partners including Health,
Fire, Police, Districts, JobCentre Plus, will be available on the
day to share experiences, outcomes as well as advice and guidance
on lessons learned.
- Q: Is this event likely to be repeated?
A: There are no plans to run this event again this
How much does the event cost?
A: The conference is FREE to public sector
organisations. Anyone from the private sector interested in
attending should contact Caroline Grosvenor - 01905 766401 to
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