Australian Government Property Data Collection

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Australian Government Property Data Collection
Attachment A: Data Specifications - Property File September 2013
All italicised words are defined terms, the definitions of which are provided in the PRODAC
dictionary or in the data element specifications.
Scope
Where an agency leases or owns 500 m2 or more of usable office area within a building, the
agency must submit data for each property within the building, unless the property is located
overseas or is an Exempt Military or Intelligence Property. This includes office properties,
special purpose properties and other types of property located in Australia or Australia’s
external territories.
The data for each property must be contained within a Property File as described below and data
must be collected and collated in accordance with the specifications set out in this document.
Property File
The Property File is made up of two data sets – Building and Lease. Each agency is to report the
following data elements for the reporting period for every property that falls within the scope.
Building data set elements
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E02: Building identifier
E03: Street number or building name
E04: Street name
E05: Suburb
E06: State or Territory
E07: Postcode
E21: Owner
E15: Heritage status
E16: Building grade
E17: Agency comments
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Lease data set elements
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E02: Building identifier (as reported in Building data set)
E01: Lease identifier
E18: Lease type
E22: Lease Status
E13: Lease start date
E14: Lease end date
E08: Net Lettable Area
E09: Leased-out Area
E10: Total non-office area
 Non-office area C – Basement or inadequate amenity
 Non-office area D – Police station or laboratory or hospital etc
 Non-office area E – Specifically for operation activity
 Non-office area F – Public facility
 Non-office area G – Judicial chambers and court rooms
 Non-office area H – Areas specifically for the Governor-General, Prime Minister,
Parliamentarians etc
 Non-office area I – Emergency and crisis coordination areas
 Non-office area J – Exempt area
 Non-office area K – Door swing
E11: Workpoints
E12: Occupied workpoints
E19: Green Lease Schedule type
E20: Last market review
E17: Agency comments
The Property File contains a record of the non-office area in each category for every property.
Derived Elements
Agencies are not required to provide data on the following list of elements. These derived
elements are calculated by Finance using the data collected from agencies.
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D01: Controlled area
D02: Usable office area
D03: Ratio of usable office area
D04: Fit-out density
D05: Occupational density
D06: Workpoint vacancy
D07: Lease remaining
D08: Lease length
D09: Regional status
D10: Property size
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Dictionary
The following definitions apply for the purposes of the Australian Government Property Data
Collection (PRODAC). Each data element and derived element is also a defined term and the
definitions are contained in the data specifications for the appropriate element.
Agency means a prescribed agency under the Financial Management and Accountability Act
1997 (FMA Act).
Agency code is a concise and recognisable code assigned by each agency, which uniquely
identifies the agency’s properties. The agency code is an acronym (e.g. PMC) or key word (e.g.
Treasury).
Building
Includes: Any building leased or owned by the agency with 500m2 or more of Usable Office
Area.
Notes:
If an agency has two or more leases in a building, the same building is reported for all
leases.
If an agency leases one or more buildings under a single lease, or leases an area of
land that contains buildings under a single lease, the same lease is reported for
multiple buildings. Costs data elements are apportioned for each building in scope.
Lease
Includes:
Any lease, sublease or other arrangement (such as heads of agreement, exchange of
letters, memorandum of understanding, contract, licence or agreement) under
which an agency may occupy part or all of a building that is not owned by the
agency.
Excludes: Arrangements to hire venues on a short term basis.
Leased-out means an area that placed in the control of another agency or entity under any type
of arrangement (such as a heads of agreement, exchange of letters, memorandum of
understanding, contract, licence or agreement) and which has been established in accordance
with section 44 of the FMA Act.
Nominal data collection date for the occupancy file is 30 September in the collection year, as
appropriate.
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Non-office area is an area within the controlled area of the property, which falls into one of the
following categories in the ‘include’ column.
Category C – Basement or inadequate amenity
Include
Exclude
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All areas and facilities in a basement
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All areas and facilities which do not
provide adequate amenity for use as
office space due to the absence of
natural light or other physical
constraints.
All areas used to support office activities such
as meeting rooms, breakout areas, conference
rooms, non-public reception areas, equipment
rooms, space used to store office items,
computer rooms and data centres unless they
are located in a basement or area of
inadequate amenity
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All vacant areas previously used for office
activities.
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All areas which are being refurbished or
refitted for office activities.
Category D – Police station, laboratory, hospital etc
Include
Exclude
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A police station, laboratory, hospital,
quarantine area, public hearing room
or workshop.
An area specifically used to repair and
maintain office items.
Category E – Specifically for operational activity
Include
Exclude
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All areas used to undertake an
operational activity.
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Rooms or areas specifically used to
detain, examine, interview, observe,
assess or counsel members of the
public.
Any general meeting rooms or offices that
may be used for meetings with members of
the public or stakeholders on an ad hoc basis.
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Areas used to store office items or any form of
paper-based media, including files, archived
files, books or other documents.
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All areas used to store equipment and
items, other than office items, that are
needed for operational activities.
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Additional facilities that have been
fitted out by the agency (that is, not
part of the base building) such as
bathrooms, showers, kitchenettes
specifically to support operational
activities.
Additional facilities that have been fitted out
by the agency (that is, not part of the base
building) such as bathrooms, showers,
kitchenettes, unless they are specifically to
support operational activities.
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All areas used for office activities, including
where the office activities enable operational
activities.
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Category F – Public facility
Include
Exclude
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All areas which are freely accessible to
the public, such as public libraries,
public galleries, public cafeterias,
public reception areas, public waiting
areas and public retail areas.
Libraries, galleries, cafeterias and
gymnasiums where access is fully or partially
restricted to staff and contractors within the
agency.
Category G – Judicial chambers and court rooms
Include
Exclude
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Judicial chambers and the secure zone
around judicial chambers, court rooms
and hearing rooms.
Offices provided for tribunal members,
commissioners, ombudsmen or similar
officers.
Category H – Areas specifically for the Governor-General, Prime Minister,
Parliamentarians etc
Include
Exclude
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All areas specifically provided for the
use of the Governor-General,
Commonwealth Parliamentarians,
former Governors-General, former
Prime Ministers and former members
of the judiciary.
Areas provided for departmental secretaries,
agency chief executives, senior executives,
contractors, consultants and uniformed or
sworn personnel, to undertake office
activities.
Category I – Emergency and crisis coordination areas
Include
Exclude
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An area designed and used specifically
for coordinating responses to
emergency or crisis situations.
Call centres, unless designed and used
specifically for directing responses to
emergency or crisis situations.
Category J – Exempt Area
Include
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Exclude
An area specifically designated by the
Department of Finance and
Deregulation as an exempt area.
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Category K – Door Swing
Include
Exclude
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All door-swing areas where the door
provides access to a non-office area or
to an area that is not in the Net Lettable
Area.
Notes:
All areas that are unusable or difficult to use
because of the location, lay-out or design of
non-office areas.
An area can only be included in non-office area if it is in the Net Lettable Area
and the controlled area for the property. For example, areas such as base
building stairs, accessways, base building toilets and plant rooms must not be
included in non-office area because they are not in the Net Lettable Area.
If there is uncertainty about whether an area is an office area or non-office
area, it must be treated as an office area.
Office items includes all paper, paper-based products, files, books, brochures, paper forms,
paper handling products, document holders, binding equipment, binding supplies, laminating
equipment, laminating supplies, paper shredders, paper recycling containers, stationery,
photocopiers, printers, printer supplies, paper scanners, facsimile machines, telephones,
telephone accessories, projection devices, chairs, desks, tables, computer hardware, computer
software and computer networking hardware.
Office activity is all office support work and office work.
Office support work is any activity that supports or enables office work.
Includes:
Recreational, social, well-being and corporate activities.
Maintenance and repair of office items.
Office work is an activity undertaken at desk, counter, office or meeting room, where office items
are the main equipment used to undertake the activity.
Includes:
General interactions with parliamentary staff, the public or other stakeholders.
Distribution, processing, storage or archiving of any paper-based product.
Operational activity is any activity other than office activity undertaken by an agency that is
directly related to the functions of the agency.
PCA means the Property Council of Australia.
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Property
Include:
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Part or all of a building that an agency is occupying or has the right to occupy
under a lease on the nominal data collection date.
Part or all of a building that is owned by an agency on the nominal data
collection date.
The property includes any area leased-out to another agency or other entity.
If an agency has two or more leases in a given building, each lease is a
separate property.
If an agency leases one or more buildings under a single lease, or leases an
area of land that contains buildings under a single lease, each building is a
separate property.
If an agency leases land that does not contain any buildings, the land is not a
property.
If an agency leases space from another agency, the lessee agency must still
report the property covered by the lease if it falls within the scope.
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Data element specifications
The following data elements are reported for the reporting period for each building.
Building identifier (E02)
Definition:
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A unique code which identifies each building that an agency owns or leases
as a lessee. This code contains the prefix “B-”, the agency code, followed by a
hyphen, and a unique building number, eg B-DNT-01.
Notes:
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If an agency has more than one lease in a building, each lease is to have the
same building identifier.
Format:
[B-][Agency code-][agency assigned building number]
Street number or building name (E03)
Definition:
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The street number or name of the property or building.
Notes:
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If the property is a unit, use the format “10B/131”.
If the property spans more than one street number, use the format
“12-14”.
If the property does not have a street number or a building name and is
located on a corner, report “corner” for this element and put both street
names in E04: Street name.
Do not include information about the level of the building on which the
property is located.
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Format:
[street number] or [building name]
Street name (E04)
Definition:
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The street on which the property is located.
Notes:
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Record the street type, i.e. street, road, lane, square etc, without
abbreviation.
If the property is reported as being on a corner, report both street names for
this element using the format “Street and Street”.
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Format:
[name of street][street type]
Suburb (E05)
Definition:
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The suburb in which the property is located.
Notes:
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Report the suburb where the property is physically located.
Do not report the suburb where mail is sent for the property.
Format:
Upper case: [suburb]
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State or Territory (E06)
Definition:
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The State or Territory in which the property is located.
Notes:
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Report the State or Territory where the property is physically located.
Do not report the State or Territory where mail is sent for the property.
Format:
Code
ACT
NSW
NT
QLD
SA
TAS
VIC
WA
Meaning
Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Northern Territory
Queensland
South Australia
Tasmania
Victoria
Western Australia
Postcode (E07)
Definition:
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Postcode in which the property is located.
Notes:
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Report the postcode where the property is physically located.
Do not report the postcode where mail is sent for the property.
Format:
[nnnn]
Owner (E21)
Definition:
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The ownership of the property.
Notes:
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Report the current ownership that applies for the reporting period.
Format:
Code
Commonwealth
State Government
Private
Meaning
The Commonwealth owns the property
State or Territory owns the property
Non-government
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Heritage status (E15)
Definition:
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The outcome of the heritage assessment done under section 341ZB of the
Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).
Include:
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A property is only reported as ‘heritage’ if the heritage assessment required
under section 341ZB or the EPBC Act indicates that the property is located in,
or includes, a place with identified heritage values.
References:
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Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
Format:
Code
Meaning
Heritage
The property is located in, or includes, a place with
identified heritage value.
NH
The property is not located in, and does not include, a
place with identified heritage value.
Unknown
A heritage assessment has yet to be undertaken for the
place in which the property is located.
Building grade (E16)
Definition:
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The current grade of the building in which the property is located, in
accordance with the PCA: A Guide to Office Building Quality.
Notes:
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Where building grade information in accordance with the PCA guidance is
not reliable or easily available, report ‘unknown’ for this element.
References:
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PCA: A Guide to Office Building Quality, most current version
Format:
Code
EB Premium
EB Grade A
EB Grade B
EB Grade C
EB Grade D
New Premium
New Grade A
New Grade B
Unknown
Meaning
Premium grade for existing buildings
Grade A for existing buildings
Grade B for existing buildings
Grade C for existing buildings
Grade D for existing buildings
Premium grade for new buildings
Grade A for new buildings
Grade B for new buildings
Building grade not known or unreliable
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Agency comments – building (E17)
Definition:
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Any comments the agency would like to make about the property. Agencies
are encouraged to provide comments for any changes to data elements other
than E11 Workpoints and E12 Occupied workpoints. Comments on these
elements are only requested if the value changes substantially.
Notes:
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Any information the agency considers relevant about the property. This may
include information about refits, whether the property has been affected by
machinery of government changes, plans to vacate or sublease the property,
reasons for an unusual fit-out density or occupational density. This element
may be left blank.
Format:
[Text]
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The following data elements are reported for the reporting period for each lease.
Lease identifier (E01)
Definition:
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A unique code which identifies each lease that an agency holds as a lessee.
This code contains the prefix “L” followed by a hyphen, the agency code,
followed by a hyphen and a unique lease number eg L-DNT-01.
Notes:
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If an agency has more than one lease in a building, each lease is to have a
unique lease identifier.
If an agency has more than one building under a single lease, each building is
to have the same lease identifier.
If an agency owns the property, report “owned” for this element.
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Format:
[L-][Agency code-][agency assigned building number]
The building identifier (E02) is reported for each lease.
Lease type (E18)
Definition:
- The type of lease under which the agency is occupying or has the right to
occupy the building.
Notes:
- The type of lease is to be determined from the terms and conditions
contained in the current lease as they relate to the coding below.
- If the lease has expired, and is in a holdover period, the agency is to report the
lease type that applied under previous (expired) lease.
- Classification into lease type is based on what the agency is obliged by the
lease to pay, irrespective of whether the agency meets the costs directly or
through reimbursement to the lessor.
Format:
Code
Fully gross
Gross
Net
Triple net
Owned
Nil
Meaning
Agency is obliged to pay only rent to the lessor.
Agency is obliged to pay rent and increases to statutory
charges to the lessor.
Agency is obliged to pay some but not all of the
following: rates, water and sewerage, utilities, taxes,
insurance and base building repair and maintenance.
Agency is obliged to pay all of the following: rates,
water and sewerage, utilities, taxes, insurance, base
building repair and maintenance.
The building is owned by the agency.
Agency does not pay any rent or outgoings to the lessor
and there is no formal agreement in place requiring
the agency to do so.
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Lease status (E22)
Definition:
The status of the current obligation to lease the property.
Notes:
 The lease status is reported as a separate element rather than within E13 and
E14 for the lease start and end date.
 If the property is being occupied on a holdover basis, report ‘expired’ for this
element.
 If the property is currently being occupied under a heads of agreement, report
‘pending’ for this element.
Format:
Code
Active
Owned
Expired
Pending
Meaning
The lease is executed and the term of the lease has not finished.
The building or property is owned by the Agency.
The lease has expired.
The property is occupied under a heads of agreement.
Lease start date (E13)
Definition:
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The date when the current obligation to lease the property began.
Notes:
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If the property is currently leased under an options clause, the lease start
date is when the current option began.
If the property is being occupied on a holdover basis, report ‘expired’ for the
lease status.
If the property is currently being occupied under a heads of agreement,
report ‘pending’ for the lease status.
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References:
The lease.
Format:
Code
Meaning
[ddmmmyyyy]
Start date of current lease obligation.
Lease end date (E14)
Definition:
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The date when the current obligation to lease the property ends.
Notes:
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If an agency has exercised an options clause, the lease end date is the date the
exercised option ends.
Exclude:
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Options periods that have not be exercised.
References:
The lease.
Format:
Code
Meaning
[ddmmmyyyy]
End date of current lease obligation
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Net Lettable Area (E08)
Definition:
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For leased property, the total Net Lettable Area (NLA) covered by the lease
measured in accordance with the PCA: Method of Measurement for Lettable
Area.
For owned property, the total NLA of the building measured in accordance
with the PCA: Method of Measurement for Lettable Area.
Include:
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The total NLA in the lease if it is considered accurate.
The sum of all types of NLA including office NLA, storage NLA, cafe NLA and
other types of NLA, except car parks.
Exclude:
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Car parks.
Notes:
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If the lease does not have an area figure or the lease contains a GLA figure,
determine the total NLA in accordance with the PCA: Method of Measurement
for Lettable Area.
If the agency considers that the NLA recorded in the lease is inaccurate,
report the NLA determined by a surveyor, architect or similarly qualified
professional.
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References:
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Format:
Square metres [nn,nnn.nn]
PCA: Method of Measurement for Lettable Area, most recent version;
The lease or other relevant documents
Surveyor’s report.
Leased-out area (E09)
Definition:
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Total area within the reported NLA of the property which is leased-out to
another agency or another entity, measured in accordance with the PCA:
Method of Measurement of Lettable Area.
Include:
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NLA of the leased-out area as indicated in the sub-lease, MOU, licence or
similar arrangement.
Exclude:
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Arrangements where the agency to provides workpoints for staff of another
agency or entity where control of the space is not relinquished.
Areas that are shared with the sublessee.
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Notes:
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This element is used to work out the area that the agency does not retain full
control of due to sub-letting space.
If the sub-lease, MOU, licence or similar arrangement does not have a figure,
determine the leased-out area in accordance with the PCA: Method of
Measurement of Lettable Area.
If the agency considers that the area in the sub-lease, MOU, licence or similar
arrangement is inaccurate, report the leased-out area determined by a
surveyor, architect or similarly qualified professional.
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References:
Format:
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PCA: Method of Measurement for Lettable Area, most recent version;
Sub-lease or other relevant documents.
Surveyor’s report.
Square metres [nnnnnn.nn]
Total non-office area (E10)
Definition:
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Total of all areas within the reported NLA that meet the definition of nonoffice area and are not leased-out.
Notes:
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Measurements of the non-office area can be taken from the physical space or
the floor plans, whichever is considered by the agency to be the most
reliable.
The non-office area in each category must be recorded on the non-office
sheet for each property.
Area reported as non-office area needs to fit a category of PRODAC defined
non-office area at the point in time of data collection. Area expected to be a
non-office area but not used as such must not be included in this element.
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Format:
Square metres [nnnnnn.nn]
Format:
Non-office area
 Non-office area C – Basement or
inadequate amenity
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Non-office area D – Police station or
laboratory or hospital etc
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Non-office area E – Specifically for
operation activity
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Non-office area F – Public facility
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Non-office area G – Judicial chambers
and court rooms
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Non-office area H – Areas specifically for
the Governor-General, Prime Minister,
Parliamentarians etc
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Non-office area I – Emergency and crisis
coordination areas
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Non-office area J – Exempt area
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Non-office area K – Door swing
Square metres
Total of area within the
reported NLA that meats
the definition for each
category of non-office
area.
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Workpoints (E11)
Definition:
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Include:
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Exclude:
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Notes:
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Format:
Total number of workpoints within the usable office area of the property at
the time of the walk-through.
A workpoint is a desk, enclosed office or a counter where it would be
reasonable to expect a person to carry out office work on an ongoing basis.
All workpoints irrespective of whether they are used by uniformed or sworn
personnel, contractors, consultants, secondees or employees of another
agency.
All workpoints irrespective of whether they are shared, used on a
part-time basis or used as hot-desks.
Workpoints located within the non-office area or the leased-out area of the
property.
Places in training and meeting rooms.
Desks provided exclusively for short-term access to specialist networks or
resources, such as CabNet, other secure networks or library terminals, and
which are smaller than the typical workstation.
If an office is fitted-out for two or more people, then the office is to be
counted as containing two or more workpoints as appropriate.
If a counter is the primary location for office work for two or more people,
then the counter is to be counted as containing two or more workpoints as
appropriate.
A training or meeting room converted into an office is to be treated as an
office.
The walk-through and count of workpoints must be undertaken within one
week either side of 30 March and 30 September each year.
Workpoints [nnnnn]
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Occupied workpoints (E12)
Definition:
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Include:
Exclude:
Total number of occupied workpoints within the usable office area of the
property at the time of the walk-through.
An occupied workpoint is a workpoint that has all essential equipment to do
office work, shows signs of life and could reasonably be assumed to be a place
where office work is regularly undertaken.
Essential equipment is a functional computer, powered monitor, keyboard,
mouse, a functional telephone and a chair. If an agency intentionally provides
workpoints without computers (e.g. for staff who use a laptop or do not
require a computer), essential equipment only includes a working telephone
and a chair.
Signs of life are items on or around the workpoint which indicate that it could
not be reallocated to another person. Such items may include a name plate,
folders, stationery and papers, photographs and other personal items, or a
person working at the workpoint during the count.
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All occupied workpoints irrespective of whether they are occupied by
uniformed or sworn personnel, contractors, consultants, secondees or
employees of another agency.
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All occupied workpoints irrespective of whether they are shared, used on a
part-time basis or used as hot-desks.
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Occupied workpoints located within the non-office area or the leased-out
area of the property.
Workpoints that are being used for storage. These are indicated by the
presence of a sufficient amount of items such as boxes, books, files, rubbish
etc on and around the workpoint.
All workpoints which are obviously in the process of being packed away or
vacated.
All workpoints where there is a reasonable doubt that they are used to
undertake office work on a regular basis.
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Note:
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Format:
Occupied workpoints [nnnnn]
The walk-through and count of occupied workpoints must be undertaken
within one week either side of 30 March and 30 September each year.
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Green Lease Schedule type (E19)
Definition:
Notes:
Format:
- Type of agreement between the agency and lessor that sets out each party’s
role in the achievement of energy efficiency objectives.
- Only code a property as a type of GLS if it is a current Green Lease Schedule,
as defined in the Green Lease Schedules Guidance Notes - Energy Efficiency in
Government Operations (EEGO Policy).
Code
GLS A
GLS B
GLS C
GLS D
Other
Nil
Meaning
Green Lease Schedule, type A1 or A2
Green Lease Schedule, type B1 or B2
Green Lease Schedule, type C1 or C2
Green Lease Schedule, type D1 or D2
Another form of energy efficiency agreement currently
in place
No energy efficiency agreement currently in place
Last market review (E20)
Definition:
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The date the last agreed market review for the lease took effect.
Include:

Last market review the agency agreed to if it has taken effect, irrespective
of whether the review resulted in a change to the rent.
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Market reviews that the agency has not agreed to.
Market reviews that have not taken effect.
Instances where the opportunity to review to market was forfeited.
CPI and fixed rent escalators
Notes:
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If there is no provision for a market review in the lease, or if the lease is
new and there was no market review undertaken yet, the agency is to
report the lease start date.
Format:
Code
Meaning
[ddmmmyyyy]
Date that the last agreed market review for the lease
took effect.
Owned
The building is owned by the agency
Exclude:
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Agency comments – lease (E17)
Definition:
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Any comments the agency would like to make about the property. Agencies
are encouraged to provide comments for any changes to data elements other
than E11 Workpoints and E12 Occupied workpoints. Comments on these
elements are only requested if the value changes substantially.
Notes:
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Any information the agency considers relevant about the property. This may
include information about refits, whether the property has been affected by
machinery of government changes, plans to vacate or sublease the property,
reasons for an unusual fit-out density or occupational density. This element
may be left blank.
Format:
[Text]
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Derived Elements and Performance Indicators
The following data elements are derived elements and performance indicators. Agencies are not
required to provide data on these elements. These derived elements are calculated using the
data submitted by agencies.
D01: Controlled area
Derivation:
For each property:
Net Lettable Area minus leased-out area.
Formula:
D01 = E08 – E09
Format:
Square metres [nnnnnn]
D02: Usable office area
Derivation:
For each property:
Controlled area minus total non-office area.
Formula:
D02 = D01 – E10
Format:
Square metres [nnnnnn]
D03: Ratio of usable office area
Derivation:
For each property:
Usable office area divided by controlled area.
Formula:
D03 = D02 ÷ D01
Notes:
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Format:
A ratio of 1.00 indicates that all of the agency’s controlled area is usable office
area.
A ratio of 0.80 indicates that 80 per cent of the agency’s controlled area is
usable office area.
Ratio expressed as a decimal [n.nn]
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D04: Fit-out density
Derivation:
For each property:
Usable office area divided by workpoints.
Formula:
D04 = D02 ÷ E11
Notes:
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Format:
This element is used to work out the average amount of space per workpoint
in the usable office area of each property.
The space in this indicator includes the average space provided for the
workpoints and the average ancillary space provided in support of the
workpoints.
Square metres per workpoint (m2/WP) [nn.n]
D05: Occupational density
Derivation:
For each property:
Usable office area divided by occupied workpoints.
Formula:
D05 = D02 ÷ E12
Notes:
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Format:
This element is used to work out the average amount of space per occupied
workpoint within the usable office area of each property.
The space in this indicator includes the average space provided for the
occupied workpoints and the average ancillary space provided in support of
the occupied workpoints.
Square metres per occupied workpoint (m2/OWP) [nn.n]
D06: Workpoint vacancy
Derivation:
For each property:
(Workpoints minus occupied workpoints) divided by workpoints
multiplied by 100.
Formula:
D05 = (E11 – E12) ÷ E11 × 100
Format:
Percentage [nn.n]
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D07: Lease remaining
Derivation:
For each lease:
lease end date minus [nominal data collection date].
Formula:
D07 = E14 – [nominal data collection date]
Format:
Years [yy.yy]
D08: Lease length
Derivation:
For each lease:
Lease end date minus lease start date.
Formula:
D08 = E14 – E13
Format:
Years [yy.yy]
D09: Regional status
Derivation:
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The postcode (E07) of each property is matched to the remoteness structure
of the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Australian Standard Geographical
Classification (ASGC).
Notes:
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Each property is classified as ‘major city’, ‘inner regional’, ‘outer regional’,
‘remote’ or ‘very remote’.
Where a property’s postcode is not available in the ASGC remoteness
classification, it will be manually matched by Finance to the most
appropriate available postcode based on proximity.
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Reference:
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Format:
[regional status]
Australian Bureau of Statistics (2006) 1216.0 Australian Standard
Geographical Classification.
D10: Property size
Derivation:
Each property is allocated to a size category based on the controlled area of the
property as follows:
D01: Controlled area
500 m2 to 999 m2
1,000 m2 to 4,999 m2
5,000 m2 to 14,999 m2
15,000 m2 or more
Notes:
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Format:
[Property size]
D10: Property size
small
medium
large
very large
Properties are grouped into size categories to simplify reporting and
analysis.
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