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Prisons: Repairs and Maintenance

Ministry of Justice written question – answered on 28th October 2019.

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Photo of Richard Burgon Richard Burgon Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what the reactive repair in-month completion rate was for each prison in (a) 2010 (b) the latest year for which figures are available.

Photo of Lucy Frazer Lucy Frazer The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice

An error has been identified in the written answer given on 24 October 2019.

The correct answer should have been:

Please see the accompanying document, which details the reactive repairs completed each month. Faults are reported on the facilities management system online, or via a telephone help desk.

Local maintenance teams then create a work order and assign an appropriate tradesperson to complete the work. Following completion, the work order is closed on the facilities management system. Contractor performance is monitored closely.

Work order (Excel SpreadSheet, 191.12 KB)

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Photo of Lucy Frazer Lucy Frazer The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice

Please see the accompanying document, which details the reactive repairs completed each month. Faults are reported on the facilities management system online, or via a telephone help desk.

Local maintenance teams then create a work order and assign an appropriate tradesperson to complete the work. Following completion, the work order is closed on the facilities management system. Contractor performance is monitored closely.

Work order (Excel SpreadSheet, 191.12 KB)

Does this answer the above question?

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No0 people think not

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