Strategic Investment Board Limited (SIB) supports the public sector in the delivery of infrastructure projects. A small Asset Management Unit works with the Executive to implement their Asset Management Strategy. We also provide strategic advice to Ministers on the development and roll-out of the Executive’s infrastructure Investment Strategy (ISNI).
Depending on the requirement, SIB also provides expertise on project and programme management, procurement law, corporate finance and regulation, community regeneration, strategic marketing communications and strategic planning.
Derry~Londonderry has made history by becoming the first ever UK City of Culture. The winning bid brought together the creative energy of both public and private sector agencies to build upon the outstanding physical, social and cultural achievements in the city with a focus on celebrating and debating the uniqueness of Northern Ireland. This is the start of a new chapter in the city’s journey from plantation to peace, and its legacy will last for generations.
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Work has commenced on one of DE’s most ambitious projects – Lisanelly Shared Education Campus, on 140 acres of former army barrack lands in Omagh. Phase 1 will include the construction of a new Arvalee School and Resource Centre, catering for 110 pupils with special needs. Overall the campus will cater for some 3,700 pupils. When completed the site will be the largest single investment in post primary education facilities ever made here, with construction costs estimated to be in excess of £120million.
The Titanic Belfast® is an unmissable visit in any tour of Northern Ireland. It is located in the heart of Belfast, on the slipways where RMS Titanic was built. Titanic Belfast is one of five signature projects in Northern Ireland which is firmly based on the Titanic and Maritime Belfast Heritage theme. SIB have supported this project since its inception.
An innovative strategic partnership has been set up between Belfast Education Library Board (BELB) and AmeyFMP to create modern, sustainable schools that will not only serve the student body, but also meet the needs of the local community both during and after school hours. The partnership has successfully speeded up the delivery of over £300m investment in schools in Belfast, and has secured significant savings in time and cost for the BELB.