The current Government Estate Strategy sets out the Government's vision to create an efficient, fit-for-purpose and sustainable estate whose performance matches the best of the private sector. As a Government we are delivering this vision, ensuring that the estate is fit for purpose, is frequently reviewed and aligned to the Estate Strategy, and is managed in an efficient and effective way.
The current landholdings of the Cabinet Office are shown in the table below. This does not include land previously identified as surplus that has now been disposed. The information is correct at time of publication.
Land in Sq m
Cabinet Office – Estates Cabinet Office – Residual Estate
Crown Commercial Service
Non-departmental public bodies
Of the total land the Cabinet Office holds in England, 24,609 sq m is currently declared as surplus. These figures include agencies and non-departmental public bodies.
Note: We have interpreted this question to refer to freehold property only and “land” refers to building area as the Cabinet Office does not hold any land which is not occupied by an office building; measurements are therefore in square meters rather than hectares.