Is there a single point of contact for Churn requests?
Are costs and churn volumes provided to the BBC on a quarterly basis?
Is there coordination with the BBC Key Supplier for Technology Services to clarify scope of IT
Are space plans, which comply with all appropriate regulations and meet the requirements of the users, acceptable to the BBC and produced for every churn event?
Are space plans signed off in conjunction with IT and electrical coordinators, and is landlord or building control consent obtained before each churn event?
Are building occupancy requirements and space needs for planning identified on a quarterly basis, to include a consultation with appropriate BBC Departments?
Is information relating to space use and spare capacity for Tier 1 sites updated on a quarterly basis?
Is there evidence of working with users, occupants, internal departments and stakeholders on ways of maximising efficiency of space available?
Is there evidence of consultation with BBC representatives to identify user requests within 2 business days of churn requests?
Is a churn programme produced and signed off in conjunction with BBC, including costs, within 10 business days of request being received?
Are Moves Packs completed and issued to users within 15 business days of request?
Are deliveries of furniture, equipment and/or any physical adaptation works (moving IT equipment, Radio frequency or power points, user paint schemes, branding) completed in line with the specification?
Are desk wiring systems and portable electrical equipment retested in line with British Standards or international equivalent following churn move?
Are additional furniture items, equipment etc deemed necessary delivered?
Is the Health & Safety file updated upon completion of the churn activity?
Is an up to date telephone list provided to switchboard within 1 business day following churn activity?
Are all final space plans stored in the Drawing Office within 5 business days of the completion of the churn activity?