Park Plaza Victoria, London
12 March 2019


HSJ Strategic Estates Forum - 2019 Agenda
Transform the estate to make efficiencies and improve clinical outcomes

Park Plaza Victoria, London
12 March 2019


Registration & Refreshments


Chair’s Opening Remarks
Alastair McLellan, Editor, HSJ


Keynote Plenary: Making Progress on delivering the Naylor Review


Keynote Plenary: What the NHS 10-year plan means for the estate

Simon Corben, Director and Head of Profession, NHS Estates and Facilities, NHS Improvement


Morning Refreshments & Networking


Session A:

Delivering a system wide estates plan through the STPs

  • Gain insight from STPs who are leading the way with their estates strategy
  • Get feedback on the workbook process from NHS Improvement and learn what good looks like
  • Find out how to make improvements to how your STP plans and build stronger relationships

Natasha Kerrigan, Director Strategic Estates Planning, NHS Improvement

Session B:

Making progress on capital developments

  • Learn how organisations have approached their major capital bids
  • Find out the successes and pitfalls they encountered
  • Hear from Procure22 and how designs are being standardised

Kieran McDaid, Director of Capital Estates and Major Projects, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Sir Robert Naylor, National Advisor, NHS Property and Estates


Session Change


Session A:

Initiating successful joint-ventures through SEPs (Strategic Estates Partnerships)

  • Hear case studies from trusts who have gone through the SEP process
  • Understand the typical approach taken in working with a partner
  • Find out how the private sector is supporting system wide estates plans through the SEP process

Session reserved for Deloitte

Session B:

Creating a plan to reduce backlog maintenance

  • Learn the incremental steps successful trusts are taking to eliminate their backlog maintenance
  • Understand what support is available to help reduce the backlog maintenance burden
  • How to make the case for funding to the centre to tackle your maintenance challenge

Adrian Eggleton, EFM Operational Lead, NHS Improvement


Networking Lunch


Session A:

Accessing funding for capital programmes

  • Get clarity from CHP on how to access RHICs (Regional Health Infrastructure Companies)
  • Learn what other routes are available to access funding
  • Gain insight from the centre on how different funding vehicles are viewed by the treasury

Session reserved for Community Health Partnerships

Session B:

Next steps for improving the primary care estate

  • Receive an update on the findings from the review of the primary care estate
  • Hear how primary care is adopting innovative solutions to modernise the estate
  • Find out how to get the primary care agenda properly represented in STP plans

Sue O'Connell, Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships

14:50 Session Change

Session A:

Utilising the estate to deliver efficiencies and generate revenues

  • How to interpret data to make the right call on your estates utilisation plan
  • Find out what efficiency savings are possible beyond standard savings
  • Understand the opportunities afforded through revenue generation schemes

Fiona Daly, National Sustainability Lead, NHS Improvement

Adrian Eggleton, EFM Operational Lead, NHS Improvement

Session B:

Uncovering opportunities through the Estates and Technology Transformation Fund (ETTF)

  • Learn how the application of technology is reducing estates running cost and delivering STP plans
  • Find out how to access the fund and what its requirements are
  • Hear successful case studies from organisations who have won funding and delivered their objectives

Jo Fox, Senior Programme Lead - ETIF, NHS England


Afternoon Refreshments & Networking


Panel Discussion: Prioritising the next steps for optimising the NHS estate

Oliver Clarke, Senior Policy Adviser, Her Majesty's Treasury

Simon Corben, Director and Head of Profession, NHS Estates and Facilities, NHS Improvement

Ian Stone, Deputy Director - Capital and Land Strategy, Department of Health and Social Care

Sue O’Connell, Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships


Chair’s Closing Remarks
Alastair McLellan, Editor, HSJ


Networking Drinks Reception

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