No, and I'm not sure from a timing perspective, but when we go back to some of the comments we made about a long-term vision and plan, and a portfolio plan, and when we think about about how money is devolved in a Westminster model with 26 custodians, we tend to get into a project-by-project review as money becomes available and we look at what's in the worst shape.
If we were to be able to look at assets from a portfolio perspective—particularly heritage assets as a separate asset class—and if we were to have a long-term vision and plan for the national heritage class, etc., then we could look at funding models that would support looking after them differently.
What's interesting in the science example I used earlier is that science departments manage their own special-purpose laboratory space. As soon as they start working together and thinking from a portfolio perspective, they start recognizing that they have like assets, and maybe there are opportunities for people who work in the assets to do things together and collaborate together. So there are business opportunities as well.