24 January 2019 | Seminar | Central London
This seminar will be an opportunity to discuss the key issues for NHS estates; looking at the future for funding, planning and policy.
It will discuss the next steps for promoting efficiencies in the management of NHS estates in light of the Prime Minister’s call in her speech on the future of the NHS for better use of capital investment to modernise buildings.
Delegates will also assess further priorities for utilising investment in the estate, as the Government announces funding of £760m to transform NHS buildings - as well as the potential role of private finance, public-private partnerships and the Estates and Technology Transformation Fund (ETTF).
Further sessions consider the progress of implementing the Government response to the Naylor Review on NHS property and estates, which supported the development of local estate plans and looked to set out a strategic approach to key areas of the review by setting up the NHS Property Board, as well as providing additional funding and reassuring NHS organisations that retained receipts from land sales can be reinvested in the NHS estate.
There will also be discussion on the outcomes of initiatives, such as the Homes for Nurses scheme, which aimed to give 3,000 NHS workers first refusal on affordable housing generated through the sale of surplus NHS land and the next steps for future collaborations between local authorities, housing associations and the NHS.
Event venue: Central London
Organiser: Westminster Forum Projects