The Amber Valley PFI project comprises a concession with Amber Valley Borough Council to design, construct, finance and operate three leisure facilities, being mixed wet and dry leisure facilities, including gymnasiums. The facilities, Alfreton Leisure Centre, Ripley Leisure Centre and William Gregg VC Leisure Centre, have been fully operational since October 2009.
The Caring 4 Croydon PFI project comprises a concession with Eldon Housing Association to design, construct, finance and maintain four social care centres providing a total of 150 residential and nursing places, 40 extra care flats and 128 day care places. The final home was completed in January 2010 and the concession ends in July 2038.
Leeds Independent Living is a PFI housing project for the construction, maintenance and management of new residential accommodation for adults with mental health and learning difficulties on 40 separate sites throughout Leeds, as well as one further site providing respite and day care facilities for children. The Project is located throughout Leeds. The project has been operational since June 2011, when practical completion occurred, and the concession will last for 25 years from this date.
Nottingham Police PFI is an operational PFI project for the provision and on-going maintenance of office accommodation and a forensic garage for the Nottingham Police Authority for a 25 year concession period.
Rotherham Leisure is a PFI project with Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council to design, construct, finance and maintain four leisure facilities, being Aston-Cum-Aughton Leisure Centre, Maltby Service Centre, Rotherham Leisure Centre and Wath Upon Dearne Leisure Centre, with the Maltby facility also including a joint service centre with a GP surgery. The facilities have been fully operational since February 2010, and have a concession that lasts until 2041.
An exposure to the first loss on a portfolio of 20 senior loans with a total value of c. £360 million that have been made to 20 individual PFI projects in the UK primarily in the healthcare and education sectors.
Wolverhampton Leisure is a PFI concession with Wolverhampton City Council to design, construct, finance and maintain Bowman’s Harbour Leisure Centre. The facility has been fully operational since December 2006, has a concession that lasts until November 2036.
Young Herts Accommodation is a PFI concession with Hertfordshire County Council to design, construct, finance and maintain a children’s residential scheme comprising five children’s homes, two adolescent resource centres and the refurbishment of eight family support centres. The project was completed in October 2009 and the concession ends in March 2033.