The Naylor review highlighted the funding challenge facing the NHS in delivering the Five Year Forward View. It also identified an opportunity to remedy this: by transforming the health estate.
Actions taken to implement Naylor’s recommendations have included establishing the NHS Property Board and encouraging reinvestment of retained receipts from land sales. But what will be the impact on local Trusts now and in the future?
Join Westminster Briefing one year on from the government backing of the landmark review to assess the current priorities and progress in the landscape of utilising investment in the NHS estate.
Key Issues to be Addressed:
- Progress since the Naylor review
- The NHS Property Board’s role in supporting the delivery of clinical strategies
- Criteria for disposal: identifying property that is no longer needed
- The role of CCGs and STPs
- Challenges and opportunities: the environment, funding and backlog maintenance
- Next steps for public-private partnerships
About the Day:
The morning session will cover government incentives to encourage strategic estate management; examine the work of the centralised NHS Property Board; and receive updates on national planning and funding improvements.
The afternoon session will explore best practice in property utilisation. Hear practical guidance from NHS organisations who are successfully managing surplus assets and establishing public-private partnerships to ensure best value.
We will provide morning refreshments and a networking lunch. Please let us know about any special needs or dietary requirements.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone with an interest in the management of NHS Estates including, but not limited to: Directors of Estates & Facilities; Planning Directors; Finance Directors; Chief Operating Officers; Procurement Teams; Contracting Managers; Facilities Management Firms; Trust Governors; Strategy Managers; Corporate Officers; Energy Managers; Compliance & Risk Managers; Business Managers; Property Managers and Operations Managers.
The event is CPD certified. A certificate is available after the event.
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