2019 Report details for project: Army Basing Programme

Project name Army Basing Programme - there are 7 reports for this project: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
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Organisation MOD (D17) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year 2019 (data is from September 2018)
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Description: To enable delivery of the Army 2020 force structure, including support to Service Personnel and their families and the provision of required accommodation and infrastructure in the UK, achieving the policy commitment to withdraw the Army from Germany by 2020.
DCA (RAG) Amber
DCA text: The IPA conducted an Assurance of Action Plan review for Army Basing Programme (ABP) in Jan 2018. On 19 Jan 2018, this review returned ABP to a position of AMBER from its previous confidence rating of AMBER/RED. This was due to heightened confidence in the delivery of Salisbury Plain Training Area Service Families Accommodation as the Main Gate Business Case approval was given in Nov 2017 and contract agreed. Twelve recommendations were made and worked through by ABP, some of which began looking towards the critical Summer 2019 Moves window, the transition of personnel from Germany (and UK) to new locations in the UK by 2020. A further Gate 0 IPA review was held in Feb 2019, focusing on assessing confidence in this transition plan. ABP were given a confidence rating of AMBER/GREEN on 14 Feb 2019, reflecting the maturing position of the ABP. This rating has been well received, but ABP are not complacent and continue with detailed preparation, including essential EU-exit contingency and mitigation planning.
Start date 2013-05-22
End date 2021-11-26
Schedule text The Programme is achievable against a 2020 target and continues to make good progress on the critical path activities. The Programme has exceeded the SDSR10 targets to return 50% of Service Personnel from Germany by 2015 and must return Service Personnel and their families to the UK in summer 2019 to achieve the 2020 target.
Baseline £630.32m
Forecast £499.58m
Variance -21.00%
Variance text: Variance due to the re-scheduling of work due to contractor's revised estimate of delivery and in line withagreed schedule and projects moving to Defence Estate Optimisation Programme (including Kendrew, Upavon, Leuchars and Dreghorn).
Whole Life Cost £2,059.26m
WLCost text: The whole life forecast has been extended beyond the end of the programme mandate (31 Mar 2021) as some projects (Kendrew, Upavon, Leuchars and Dreghorn) were delayed as ARMY refined its requirements at those locations due to impact by Defence Estate Optimisation Programme (DEOP). Capital expenditure for these projects beyond Mar 2021 will be transferred into the Army’s Infrastructure Programme (AIP).
Sourcefile IPA_2019.csv

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