Guidance

Sixth-form college building condition improvement fund

Information and forms relating to the application process for the sixth-form college 2014 to 2015 building condition improvement fund.

Documents

Information: SFC building condition improvement fund

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Application form: SFC building condition improvement fund

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Reconciliation form: SFC building condition improvement fund

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Details

The purpose of the sixth-form college (SFC) Building Condition Improvement Fund (BCIF) 2014 to 2015 academic year is to enable sixth-form colleges to improve the learning and teaching environments of their students by improving the condition of their buildings, IT infrastructure and/or by increasing the size of their buildings.

EFA is no longer accepting applications to this fund.

Those sixth-form colleges that are currently receiving 2013 to 2014 BCIF funding should use the BCIF 2013 to 2014 final payment form which can be found on GOV.UK.

Published 11 March 2014