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Schools asset management

All councils must produce an asset management plan in accordance with Department for Education (DfE) guidance. The plan consists of three main parts:

  1. Condition - which looks at the state of repair of the school stock.
  2. Sufficiency - whether there are enough or too many school places.
  3. Suitability - whether school facilities are suitable to teach the curriculum.

Ensuring our buildings are fit for purpose is essential to the successful delivery of education and other services to Middlesbrough's children and young people. We use a fair and transparent way of sharing out the resources available for building maintenance and improvements.

The Asset Management team manages the Education Service Capital programme, including the allocation and monitoring of DfE devolved formula capital funds to schools. The team also offers advice and support to schools on any property issues they have.


For more information, contact the Asset Management team by emailing