What would you like to know about FAM?

What are your top three questions you would like to know about MOD’s Future Accommodation Model? Send in your questions to the team at the… More information

Future Accommodation Model decisions so far

FAM is designing how the MOD will provide you with living accommodation over the next 50+ years. Here’s a summary of what decisions have been made so far… More information

Future Accommodation Model – Guidance now available online

The Future Accommodation Model (FAM) is still under development and no firm decisions have yet been made on its adoption. In the meantime, there is a wealth of new, useful information about the FAM concept online… More information

Future Accommodation Model(FAM)

Like you, we wait to hear about the final shape of FAM. Work is ongoing in consultation with the single Services, and we are told that a number of options remain on the table. However, we are aware that the latest thinking on FAM is that it will… More information

Service personnel want greater choice on where they get to live

fam1Service personnel want greater choice in deciding where they live, according to a survey on what the Future Accommodation Model for the Armed Forces should look like… More information

Future Accommodation Model debate in Parliament at Westminster Hall

famMP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, Ann-Marie Trevelyan, was successful in her application for a Westminster Hall debate in Parliament on the MOD’s Future Accommodation Model (FAM) yesterday (19th October 2016) which lasted 30 minutes. You can find out what was said online through Parliament TV… More information

The 2016 Future Accommodation Model survey report is now online

famThe 2016 Future Accommodation Model survey report for the partners of service personnel is now online. 1585 partners and spouses completed this RAF FF survey, thank you again to all who took the time to provide the evidence. You can see the results either as a pdf or a page-turning version of the report. More information

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