Guidance

Condition Improvement Fund: 2018 to 2019 outcome

Information for academies and sixth-form colleges about the outcome of the Condition Inprovement Fund (CIF) 2018 to 2019.

Documents

Condition Improvement Fund 2018 to 2019 Outcome

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Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) 2018 to 2019: Feedback and Appeals Guidance

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Details

Successful applications for CIF 2018 to 2019

ESFA has published the Condition Improvement Fund 2018 to 2019 outcome. This will provide funding of £514 million for 1,556 projects at 1,299 academies and sixth-form colleges.

The funding includes £38 million in specific projects supported by the Healthy Pupils Capital Fund (HPCF) to help improve children and young people’s physical and mental health by increasing and improving access to and use of relevant facilities.

We have sent information about the outcomes to all applicants.

CIF 2018 to 2019 Appeals round

We have now published the list of successful appeals for the CIF 2018 to 2019 round.

If you submitted an appeal and your project appears on this list, we will contact you to confirm what happens next.

If your project does not appear on the list then your appeal has not been successful.

This decision is final, there is no further stage in the appeals process and we are unable to consider any requests to review this decision.

Contact

If you need further advice, please contact us using:

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Published 29 March 2018
Last updated 11 July 2018 + show all updates
  1. Amended to include the list of successful projects following appeal.
  2. CIF appeals
  3. Amended to included launch of CIF 208 to 2019 appeals round and guidance
  4. First published.