Property Services Team
The Property Services Team undertakes reactive and planned preventative maintenance on the University buildings and manages small non-reactive projects. A section of the team maintains the University grounds. They ensure the campuses and buildings remain places conducive to effective learning and research.
The team can be contacted by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Andrew Davies||Property Services Supervisor||+44 (0)1970 62 email@example.com|
|Paul Evans||Property Services Supervisor (Grounds)||+44 (0)1970 62 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Robin Durrant||Property Services Supervisor||+44 (0)1970 62 2082|
|David Robinson||Maintenance Co-ordinator||+44 (0)1970 62 2076|
|Emyr Jones||Stores Person||+44 (0)1970 62 2909|
Estates Department Maintenance Responsibilities
The Estates Department has an annual budget for the maintenance and repairs of existing building fabric, main services, roads and landscapes. It is not intended to provide for the installation and/or maintenance of specialist departmental machinery and equipment. This document seeks to clarify areas of financial responsibility for building and equipment repair/maintenance works between the Estates Department and individual academic and non-academic departments.
The schedule below gives a guide to areas of responsibility. However, the schedule is not exhaustive. Any disputes or disagreements will be resolved with the Director of Estates, who is responsible for all expenditure from the University’s Estate budget, and relevant Head of Department.
Maintenance and repairs may be carried out by in-house staff or external contractors. Whilst the Estates Department will normally undertake works in-house, on occasions where it is necessary to engage outside contractors to carry out the works which are chargeable to departments, the total cost will be recharged. Any work that is reported but no fault found will result in a recharge for the operatives’ time.
Estates Budget Responsibilities
Departmental Budget Responsibilities