Estates Services is responsible for the upkeep of the fabric of buildings – including walls, roofs and windows – across the functional estate and for the electrical and mechanical systems within buildings
Our teams of surveyors, engineers and building inspectors is responsible for routine and planned work, carrying out condition surveys and regular inspections on a wide range of properties including listed buildings, laboratories and state of the art facilities. Reactive work, including emergency repairs, is managed through the Helpdesk.
The Direct Labour Organisation, our in-house team of tradesmen, carries out much of the work itself. All work is supervised by the Building Services team – including electrical and mechanical services – and the Conservation & Buildings team. We also employ specialist contractors where appropriate and in line with preferred supplier agreements.
Our remit is governed by the Estates Standing Orders which allocates responsibility for building work between Estates Services and occupying departments.
Repairs and maintenance programme
To view our proposed planned work programme for all University functional estate buildings, University staff can download our Repairs and Maintenance document below.
Please note the plan shows the reduced expenditure for 2020 to 2021 in response to the Covid crisis; this will revert to a normal three year plan for 2021 to 2022.
- To request a repair to your building or to report a fault go to the Helpdesk.
- For a building or refurbishment project, contact Linda Ranford, Capital Projects Administrator at email@example.com.
- To undertake work that falls under departmental responsibility visit Estates Standing Orders using the University’s preferred supplier framework