The Capital Programme is produced primarily as an internal working document for elected Members and officers. It identifies agreed capital schemes, showing the total cost of schemes and the projected phasing of those schemes over current and future financial years.
Additional schemes or amendments to existing schemes are incorporated in the Capital Programme following approval by Cabinet, who will have received a breakdown of scheme costs with anticipated phasing of spend, together with the identification of funding sources and estimated revenue costs to the Authority.
The Capital Programme is governed by reference to the Capital Strategy.
There is a regular monitoring process applied to the capital programme schemes involving the responsible officers. This results in financial reports to Cabinet identifying variances and the reasons for those variances.
The Capital Programme reflects the results of the 2012/13 second review of the capital programme for capital spending and resources, which, together with changes to the anticipated programme for 2013/14 to 2015/16, were reported to Cabinet on 22nd November 2012. A Summary and detailed programme in PDF Format, is shown on the attached link, as is the detailed capital programme resource statement.