2021 Report details for project: A66 Northern Trans-Pennine

Project name A66 Northern Trans-Pennine - there is only one report for this project
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Report year 2021 (data is from March 2021)
Category Infrastructure - see all reports for this category
Description: Dualling of the remaining single-carriageway sections on the A66 between M6 J40 Penrith and A1M Scotch Corner, creating a continuous dual carriageway across the Pennines.
DCA (RAG) Green
DCA text: The Infrastructure Project Authority's Delivery Confidence Assessment rating is Green.This is primarily due to the following factors: The programme and costs have been re-baselined in line with the accelerated timetable approved by HM Treasury. Construction is now scheduled to start in 2024 and take 5 years, with the road therefore opening to traffic in 2029. In March 2021 HM Treasury approved the full accelerated Development Phase budget. The project is currently well within all the elements of the set baseline. Note: There are 10 requirements to achieve acceleration, including a progressive assurance approach which has been discussed and agreed with IPA for Outline Business Case (Project Assurance Review) and Full Business Case (Independent Assurance Review Gate 3)
Start date 2017-07-05
End date 2030-03-31
Schedule text The project end-date is 31 March 2030. This is primarily due to the following factors: The schedule was re-baselined to achieve the accelerated position to commence construction work in 2024 with a construction period of 5 years, as per agreement from HM Treasury. All milestones are currently forecast to be met
Baseline £13.72m
Forecast £13.72m
Variance 0.00%
Variance text: The budget variance is less than or equal to 5%.
Whole Life Cost £1,289.40m
WLCost text: The projects Baseline Whole Life Cost is £1289.40m. This is primarily due to the following factors: The whole life cost is based on the latest funding position a for the 5 year construction length with a start of works in 2024. All figures are based on 2019 base prices undiscounted but including inflation, portfolio risk and non-recoverable VAT.
Sourcefile IPA_2021.csv

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