The Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) is a public corporation of the Scottish Government, established in September 2008 to improve public infrastructure investment. It is run by a board of seven members appointed by Scottish ministers, headed by non-executive chairman Sir Angus Grossart.
SFT operates at arm's length from the Government but works closely with the public and private sectors to deliver value-for-money on all public sector infrastructure investment across the country, with the aim of saving £100–£150 million each year through a wide range of activities.
During 2009-10, SFT saved the Scottish taxpayer £111 million, which increased to £129 million in 2010–11.
In 2011-2012, SFT helped deliver £131 million of net benefits and savings to infrastructure investment which were independently validated by Grant Thornton LLP and academics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.And in 2012/13, the benefits figure reached £132 million, bringing SFT's cumulative benefits to over £500 million.
There are a team of over 50 professionals at SFT, who have the responsibility of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of infrastructure investment in Scotland.〔(【引用サイトリンク】title=About us: people )〕
Healthcare projects that have been achieved through the SFT include the £15m Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village which opened in 2013 and the new £150m Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences in Edinburgh which is due to open in 2017.
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