Doncaster NDC Succession Strategy

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Criterion 4 appendix: DONCASTER NDC ASSET REGISTER AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
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BUILDINGS


Name and
address of
building

Who
currently
owns
the
building
?

Who will
own the
building
after
succession?
Who will
manage it?

What is
the sale
value on
transfer /
purch
ase
of the
asset?

Is there a plan
setting out
proposed

management
of the asset?


What are the
likely liabilities
of the asset?

What are the
income and
expenditure needs
of the asset?

How will community
engagement be
sustained in the
building?

How wi
ll
community
involvement in
managing the
building be
sustained?

20, 22 and
24 Christ
Church
Road,
Doncaster
DN1 2QL

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£750,000

To be managed
as part of the
social housing
portfolio by
Head of Assets

NDC funded
refurb will reduce
early liabilities.
Maintenance
contracts needed
for energy, lift,
health and safety
etc.


Initial expenditure to
refurbish as social let
units (NDC) £500k

Marketing costs
(DCDT)

Rents to meet
management and
maintenance costs


The asset will provide
social

housing
accommodation.
Tenants will form part
of regular feedback,
consultation and
direct participation,
for DCDT

Community
leadership on the
board of DCDT.
Mutual model of
tenant participation

Church
View
Creative
Enterprise
Centre,
Grey Friars
Road,

Doncaster
DN1 1RE

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£2,100,000

Business
planning under
way to identify
market and
phasing of
development.

Management
plan will come
from this work

Large building
with ongoing
maintenance
issues such as
windows lifts,
heating.

Eco op
tions on
building should
reduce financial
liabilities

Project to be phased.
Initial refurbishment
and set up costs c.
£3M (NDC) for let
units and communal
space.

Significant
maintenance

costs to
meet from rents.

Major contribution to
core costs require
go
od occupancy
levels.

Lettable space within
the building marketed
as community
learning and cultural
celebration.
Opportunities for
local business start
up, employment
support and training
in the building.
Services in the
building may benefit
and engage w
ith local
community (eg art
projects)


Community
leadership on the
board of DCDT


User reps will be
involved in local
management and
development
decisions.

Highfield
House,


9
-
13
Highfield
Road,
Doncaster
Doncaste
r
Borough
Council

Subject to
comp
letion of
asset transfer
from LA,
DCDT will
own and
Purchase
price
£90,000

Business
planning under
way to identify
market for
offices.

Management
Older building
with annual
maintenance
issues.

DDA compliance
restricts
use of
Initial refurb to let as
offices

Annual maintenance
and management
costs to be met from
rents


anticipate
The asset will provide
office
accom
modation for
VCS and smaller
SME lets and
potential base for key
Community
leadership on the
board of DCDT


User / tenant
involvement.


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Name and
address of
building

Who
currently
owns
the
building
?

Who will
own the
building
after
succession?
Who will
manage it?

What is
the sale
value on
transfer /
purch
ase
of the
asset?

Is there a plan
setting out
proposed

management
of the asset?


What are the
likely liabilities
of the asset?

What are the
income and
expenditure needs
of the asset?

How will community
engagement be
sustained in the
building?

How wi
ll
community
involvement in
managing the
building be
sustained?

DN1 2LA

manage

plan will come
from this work

building unless lift
installed. Other
internal work
would be
required.


surplus in region of
£3,500 pa



community partner:
Nether Hall CIC

153 Carr
House
Road,
Doncaster
DN1 2BD

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£165,000


NDC funded
refurb will reduce
early liabilities.
Maintenance
contracts needed
for energy, lift,
health and safety
etc.

Refurb underway at
cost of £175K (NDC)

Full costs of
operating the building
and management
contribution to be
recovered from rents
and service charg
es.

Estimate net profit at
about £4,600 in year
one rising to £5,600
by year five of
operation


The asset will provide
accommodation for
key community
partner VCS tenant
providing services to
and engagement with
the community.

LSP’s Work Skills
and Enterp
rise
programme (City
Strategy) also
planning to house a
Community
Opportunities Shop at
the premises.


Community
leadership on the
board of DCDT


NDC area resident
-
led VCS company,
with core purpose
community
engagement.

4
Greenfield
Lane,
Doncaster
DN4 0P
T

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£370,000


Up keep of
statutory
requirements for
multiple
occupation
dwellings.

To be converted into
six one bed flats.

Refurb’ costs covered
(NDC).

Annual maintenance
and management
contribution from
rents.

Estimate net profit at

c. £6,000 in year one
rising to £7,500 by
The asset will provide
social housing
accommodation.
Tenants will form part
of regular feedback
and consultation for

DCDT

Community
leadership on the
board of DCDT and
tenant participation


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Name and
address of
building

Who
currently
owns
the
building
?

Who will
own the
building
after
succession?
Who will
manage it?

What is
the sale
value on
transfer /
purch
ase
of the
asset?

Is there a plan
setting out
proposed

management
of the asset?


What are the
likely liabilities
of the asset?

What are the
income and
expenditure needs
of the asset?

How will community
engagement be
sustained in the
building?

How wi
ll
community
involvement in
managing the
building be
sustained?

year five of operation.

Sinking fund for
major repairs at
approx £3,000 pa
factored into rents.


Former
Hexthorpe
House pub,
68 Urban
Road,
Doncaster

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£155,000


Cleared site with
small
maintenance
cost.

Site will need capital
investment.

Business plan not

in
place yet.

No income but no
expenditure at this
stage.


A vacant site with no
agreed strategy.
Community
engagement ongoing
with adjacent VCS
organisations.


Community
leadership on the
board of DCDT

20 Lawn
Road,
Doncaster
DN1 2JF

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase

price
£172,000

All nine social
housing assets
to be managed
as part of the
social housing
portfolio by
Head of Assets
via a tenant
participation
‘mutual model’;
within the
context of a
sustainable
housing
demonstration
project

Upkeep of
property which
wil
l be met by
annual sinking
fund and tenant
management
plan.


All nine social
housing assets need
refurbishment
(estimated at
£300,000


NDC)

Annual maintenance
and management
contribution from
rents.

Estimate net profit at
about £3,000 in year
one rising t
o £7,500
by year five of
operation.

Sinking fund for
major repairs at
£4,000 pa factored
into rents.

All nine assets will
provide social
housing
accommodation.
Tenants will form part
of regular feedback
and consultation for
DCDT

Community
leadership on the

board of DCDT will
continue to manage
the social housing
portfolio, via tenant
participation ‘mutual
model’

19
Crimpsall
Road,
Doncaster
DN4 0BQ

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£50,000

69
Hexthorpe
Road,
Doncaster

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£67,500

77
Hexthorpe
Road,
Doncaster
DN4 0BE


DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£57,000


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Name and
address of
building

Who
currently
owns
the
building
?

Who will
own the
building
after
succession?
Who will
manage it?

What is
the sale
value on
transfer /
purch
ase
of the
asset?

Is there a plan
setting out
proposed

management
of the asset?


What are the
likely liabilities
of the asset?

What are the
income and
expenditure needs
of the asset?

How will community
engagement be
sustained in the
building?

How wi
ll
community
involvement in
managing the
building be
sustained?

76
Somerset
Road,
Doncaster
DN1 2BL

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£65,000

11
Prospect
Place,
Doncaster
DN1 3PQ

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£66,797

46 Childers
Street,
Doncaster
DN4 5
DA

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£61,000

28 Windle
Road,
Doncaster
DN4 0HG

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£70,000

17 Jarrett
Street,
Doncaster

DCDT

DCDT

Purchase
price
£68,000


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