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08 Feb 2011
The Midlands Highway Alliance, one of EM IEP's flagship collaborative working projects, has announced savings of £16.75 million in it's recently published annual report.
During 2009/10, the Midlands Highway Alliance (MHA) continued to make ground-breaking progress in the procurement and delivery of highways maintenance, professional services and capital works across the greater Midlands region.
The MHA now comprises 13 local authorities and the Highways Agency. So far, savings of £16.75 million have been identified for MHA members by 2013. This will be a staggering 6720% return on investment on the original £227,000 East Midlands Improvement Partnership's pump-prime funding.
The medium schemes frameworks (MWF3, MWF4 and MSF1) collectively continue to be the largest contributors to the return on investment and efficiency total. Members that use these frameworks avoid individual scheme procurement costs and therefore can benefit from savings of up to £100,000 per scheme.
Find out more in the Midlands Highway Alliance Annual Report 2009-10 available at: