Understanding and managing a property portfolio
In order to bring a sense of order and control around the built environment, organisations with property assets will need to decide how things are managed; how to keep on top of compliance and risk, what assets to keep and what to dispose of, and how it’s going to manage its assets going forward.
In order to understand where you are with managing your property, here are some starter questions:
- How does your organisation view its property portfolio, purely in terms of bricks and mortar?
- Does your organisation’s built assets support your core business?
- Would a greater understanding of your estate give your organisation valuable business opportunities?
- Would transforming the structure and culture of your estates and facilities team provide greater assurance and opportunities for innovation?
ESG has a wealth of experience and expertise in terms of organisational development, portfolio management and facilities services.
View the different areas in which we can support your business and estate strategy below.
Supporting these key services is an innovative diagnostic process used to analyse and assess essential data, getting to the core of the issues impeding performance and those that present both moderate and serious risk. See our Diagnostics page here.
Titles and deeds, land interests
Clarity around freehold titles, leases including break clauses and end dates, potential neighbour disputes and new opportunities.
Identifying, quantifying, minimising or removing risk and producing a risk matrix analysis within a portfolio.
Condition survey backlog maintenance
Understanding what state your buildings are in and creating a plan to upgrade or dispose.
Ensuring every space is optimally used, saving money on wasted space and meeting your needs.
Supporting policy management through effective maintaining of policies and procedures and effective communication.
Helping organisations manage their energy requirements, carbon footprint and waste efficiently with innovative solutions.
Creating metrics that give a clear indication of all statutory compliance affecting your portfolio.
Capital planning inc. disposals
Assessing, advising and helping to implement a process that ensures the best investments are made.
Planned preventive maintenance
Creating a programme, schedule and implementation plan, for essential and non essential maintenance.
Assessing the existing structure and teams, producing skills gap analysis and managing team transformation.
Examining the processes that respond to failed, or damaged equipment that impact on service delivery.
Assessing how the budget is allocated, governed and aligned with demand, to give best value.
Assessing contracts and financial commitments with suppliers to ensure compliance and cost effectiveness.
Quality audit system
Clarifying how the quality system is used to add value to managing the estate.