Essentials of the CIPFA Infratructure Code

Capital accounting has always proved to be challenging for practitioners even more so when it relates to infrastructure assets. There is going to be a programmed change to the way that these will be valued going forward from 2012\13. Instead of being valued at depreciated historic cost they will be valued at a version of current cost and this will have a profound effect on local authority balance sheets. Infrastructure assets will dwarf other entries in local authority balance sheets. This half day course will focus on

  • An analysis of what is defined as infrastructure expenditure
  • The classification of infrastructure assets
  • Asset valuation methods
  • Developing information to support infrastructure asset management
  • Component and asset life issues



   London-9 May 2012 £175

   Leeds-8 May 2012 £175


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