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Area allocation

As agencies work through their co-location business cases, they need to identify their expected headcount, occupancy levels and working styles to determine the area required.

Working out area allocation

The area required for each agency will inform space requirements and lease negotiations for the co-location.

Before signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), each participating agency will need to have identified:

  • their expected headcount, occupancy levels and working styles at the start of the co-location – refer to your agency's property plan
    See more on property planning
  • any special space requirements, for example evidence rooms, customer transaction areas or secure work areas.

Formalising the co-location

Area allocations also form the basis of each agency’s share of capital funds and ongoing operational costs.

Funding a co-location

Co-location area allocation tool

Use this template to work out the area allocation and associated operational costs for the co-location agreement.

Making changes to area allocation

Once the co-location agreement is signed, an agreement will need to be negotiated between all participating agencies if:

  • a participating agency needs to increase or reduce their area allocation, or leave the co-location
  • a new agency wants to join the co-location.

Joining an existing co-location

Leaving a co-location