Gregory says: “I’m delighted to have been appointed to the committee. I have been warned that it is document heavy but the property assets of the City represent one of the most visible aspects of the City’s work. It is vital that they remain in the best condition to ensure they are fit for their operational purposes.”
The Corporate Asset Sub Committee (CASC) is responsible for reviewing the performance and adequacy of all the operational property assets of the City Corporation. It is also responsible for reviewing the overall annual programme of work for repairs and maintenance, the utilisation of resources and for ensuring that a summary list of proposed schemes is submitted annually to the joint meeting of the Resource Allocation Sub-Committee and the Efficiency and Performance Sub-Committee as part of the resource allocation process. It now has additional responsibilities including the asset and facilities management of Guildhall, Mansion House and the Central Criminal Court (pictured below) and has power to act in approving the Corporate Asset Management Plan.