Not much, other that waves are scrapped and LA's can join when ready. If - like us you were in one of the last waves, think again.
also the money is being brought forward:6.21 The Government remains committed to delivering educational transformation
through the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme, where PFI is expected to
contribute around one third of the total investment over the course of the 2007 CSR period.
Following the consultation last year on the future delivery of BSF, the Government has decided
to move from the “wave” based model used to date, so that local authorities who are currently
discussing new BSF projects with Partnerships for Schools can join the programme on a rolling
basis, in line with available resources and only if Partnership for Schools assesses that they are
other things such as 'broadband Britain', 2mb/s by 20126.14 Over £800 million will be brought forward from 2010-11 into 2009-10 in the priority
schools capital programmes. More than 100 local authorities can now invest in their priority
capital programmes one year earlier; and all head teachers in England are recieving an advance
of their devolved formula capital to invest in smaller projects as they see fit, from building new
classrooms or science laboratories to fitting out new gyms or improving ICT facilities.