Components of a good property plan
A property plan should provide:
- a future view of property requirements. The horizon of the plan will be relevant for each agency’s investments, programmes and projects, but should be at least five years or aligned to the longest lease term the agency has.
- an explanation of how the agency’s outcomes, workforce requirements and service delivery strategies are informing and shaping the property requirements.
- a list of proposed actions over the short to medium-term that will support and contribute to the long-term changes required.
An agency’s property plan content will also depend on other strategic planning, if applicable.