Strategic Estates

BMA House, London
20 March 2018

Strategic Estates

The reports by Sir Robert Naylor and Lord Carter have made clear that service transformation and back-office efficiencies will not be achieved whilst the NHS estate is unfit for purpose.

There is currently not enough capital investment to deliver these objectives and a robust capital strategy, based on the requirements of the 44 Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs), is needed.

Sir Robert Naylor, in his report, estimates that £20bn is required to fund STP plans, clear backlog maintenance and deliver the Five Year Forward View. The potential value that could be unlocked from the NHS estate is estimated to be £5.5bn.

The HSJ Strategic Estates Forum has been created to provide clarity and insight on strategic estates issues such as:

  • What is the delivery vehicle for Naylor? Sir Robert’s report was published in March 2017 and there has still not been a formal response to his proposals, such as the 2-for-1 offer or the proposed creation of an NHS Property Board.
  • Gain clarity from the Treasury, Department of Health and NHS Improvement on how these plans will be implemented.
  • How can you unlock the benefits of public-private partnerships? There are many ways in which the NHS can partner with the private sector and new initiatives such as Project Phoenix are now emerging. Understand the legal and financial implications from Strategic Estates Partnerships and what opportunities your organisation can access.
  • How are STPs building effective relationships to achieve progress?

Gain insight in plenary sessions from Sir Robert Naylor, Lord Carter, NHS Property Services, NHS Improvement, NHS England, Treasury and Department of Health so you have clarity from the centre on the national policies that will affect you
Explore through private 1-2-1 meetings, seated networking lunch and practical case studies how to establish public-private partnerships, the opportunities that Project Phoenix can offer and hear first-hand the projects that are up and running
Learn from the leading organisations who are at the forefront of developing estates plans for their local health economy. Gain a full understanding of their approach and how you can implement their ideas in your area


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