£200 million has been spent by HM Government as Port Infrastructure Fund. While much of this went towards the creation of Border Control Posts (BCPs), other facilities were also built (e.g. Border Force, site infrastructure enhancements).
£13.02 million has been spent by Defra on the Sevington BCP, including costs for construction and fixture & fittings, in financial year (FY) 2021/22 & FY 2022/23 to August.
£22.09 million has been spent by Defra on the Dover sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) BCP which covers FY 2021/22 & FY 2022/23 construction to the end of August.
No construction work has yet begun on BCPs in Wales. The Welsh Government is awaiting finalisation of the Target Operating Model before committing to construction contracts.
A total of £15.3 million capital, £16.4 million resource and £1.7 million depreciation has been expended to the end of August 2022 on the provision of the infrastructure, IT systems and personnel for the work necessary to carry out the required SPS checks at Northern Ireland's Points of Entry as a result of the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol.