Research and analysis

Review of the Fire Transformation Fund projects: two years on, progress at April 2017 second edition

This report provides a review of the progress of projects two years after receiving Fire Transformation Fund (FTF) grant funding in April 2015.

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Review of the Fire Transformation Fund projects: two years on, progress at April 2017 second edition

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The report covers; the proportion of the FTF spent at the two-year point, the issues or barriers and lessons learned for possible future funding schemes and a description of some completed projects in more detailed case studies.

As at the 24 month point, the total amount spent across all 37 projects was around £40.8 million, 10 projects had completed and the remaining incomplete projects had made varying levels of progress. In total, the projects anticipate saving £303.5 million across a ten year period.

Published 5 July 2018
Last updated 6 July 2018 + show all updates
  1. Following the publication of ‘Review of the Fire Transformation Fund projects: two years on’, a few typographical corrections have been identified in Appendix A for Staffordshire-2, Warwickshire and the Total. None of the figures, or findings, in the body of the report are affected. As a result, and in line with our published revisions policy, columns ‘Original savings (£)’ and ‘Updated savings (£)’ in Appendix have been updated with corrected figures for these three rows.
  2. Details text changed from 'the projects anticipate saving £90.6 million' to 'the projects anticipate saving £303.5 million'.
  3. First published.