2019 Programme

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12 March 2020

2019 Programme

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

Park Plaza Victoria, London
12 March 2019

THIS IS THE FINAL PROGRAMME FOR THE 2019 FORUM. TO BE INVOLVED IN THE HSJ STARTEGIC ESTATES FORUM 2020 WITH REGARDS TO SPEAKERS OR CONTENT PLEASE CONTACT LIAM.RICHARDSON

09:00

Registration & Refreshments

10:00

Chair’s Opening Remarks
Alastair McLellan, Editor, HSJ

10:10

Keynote Plenary: What the NHS long-term plan means for the estate

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

10.30

Panel Discussion: How the private sector can support the NHS long-term plan for estates

Leighton Chumbley, Chief Executive Officer, Prime

Richard Darch, Chief Executive, Archus

11:00

Morning Refreshments & Networking

11:15

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 of Strategic Estates Planning Service, NHS Improvement and NHS England

Session B:

Transforming the NHS Estates and Facilities Management Workforce

  • Why there is the need for change to the workforce
  • Gain insight into what the workforce data is starting to tell us
  • How is the work linked to the NHS Long Term Plan and what are the next steps

Fiona Daly, National Sustainability Lead, NHS Improvement

11:55

Session Change

12:00

Session A:

Transform your estate based on lessons from University Hospital Southampton's health campus

  • Learn about the ground-breaking Adanac Park project and how you can reconfigure your estate to work better operationally and financially for patients and staff
  • Find out what can be learnt from this development, that serves the hospital and the wider health community
  • Start to develop your estates roadmap for change and identify how to unlock opportunities of your own

Leighton Chumbley, Chief Executive Officer, Prime

Na'el Clarke, Commercial Director – Commercial Development, University Hospital of Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Crispin Pettifer, Partner, Hempsons

Session B:

Creating a plan to tackles estates efficiency and productivity

  • Find out where data comes from and how to interpret it to inform estates planning
  • Learn how to use benchmarking to deliver efficiencies and set budgets for a sustainable estate
  • Gain insight into how to reduce non-clinical space and understand the benefits of doing so

Adrian Eggleton, EFM Operational Lead, NHS Improvement

12:45

Networking Lunch

14:00

Session A:

Understanding the future of funding for capital transformation

  • Gain insight into the strategic environment for estates and what other parts of the public sector are doing
  • Find out what options are available for private, public and third sector finance, SEPs and other structures
  • Learn what factors to consider when reviewing funding options for your organisation

Phil Lobb, Partner, Deloitte LLP

Vicky Smith, Partner, Deloitte LLP

Session B:

Next steps for improving the primary care estate

  • Receive an update on the primary and community estates delivery toolkit 
  • Find out about the block to the successful transformation of the primary care estate
  • Hear how South Cumbria and Lancashire are approaching the transformation of the primary and community estate

Dr Sue O’Connell, Primary and Community Estates Delivery Project Lead, Department of Health and Social Care

Christine Winstanley, Director, One Partnership

14:40 Session Change
14:45

Public Private Partnerships (PPPs): a trusted route to delivering STP estate plans

  • Learn how PPPs continue to support delivery of STP estate plans and approved capital schemes
  • CHP will share tangible examples from 18 years of integrating care and transforming local services through PPPs
  • Hear how PPPs complement local estate capabilities by bringing together a range of local partners to make best use of space for patients and staff

Mark Grinonneau, Investment Director, Midlands, CHP

Andrew Meakin, Regional Property Director, Midlands, CHP

Julian Humphreys, Programme Manager - Development, CHP

15:25

Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

15:40

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

Mark Day, Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships

16:30

Chair’s Closing Remarks
Alastair McLellan, Editor, HSJ

16.45-17.30

Networking Drinks Reception

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