NHS Property 2018

Tuesday 20th November

One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

NHS Property 2018 will support, explain and promote the role that property will play in making real NHS England’s bold statement made earlier this year –

Event Information

NHS Property 2018, Tuesday 20th November
One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

NHS Property 2018 will support, explain and promote the role that property will play in making real NHS England’s bold statement made earlier this year –

“Our aim is to use the next several years to make the biggest national move to integrated care of any major western country”

Seven years on from the inaugural NHS Property conference, NHS Property 2018 has therefore never been more relevant, timely and essential for healthcare property professionals.

New funding models such as RHICS from Community Health Partnerships, the launch of sessional space by NHS Property Services, the changing nature of healthcare delivery as addressed by NHS England and the evolution of some STPs into Integrated Care Systems will all have significant impact on the development of NHS property strategy and operation.

Aligning Strategic Estate Planning with service and patient needs in a time of serious financial constraints is of course of central and continuing importance to all senior NHS property professionals as they strive to implement the recommendations contained in the Nolan report.

NHS Property 2018 will once again provide senior property professionals with a vital forum for discussion, learning and networking as they hear high-level presentations by both public and private sector experts from a range of prestigious, highly respected organisations. They will also have the opportunity to mix with and question these experts during seminar sessions and in the exhibition area during refreshment and lunch breaks, whilst networking with their public sector property peers.

Conference Agenda

Tuesday 20th November, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

09:30 – 10:45 Plenary session

Conference Chair: Dave Sweeney, Executive Implementation Lead, Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership

John Westwood, Director of Asset Management, NHS Property Services
Helping the NHS transform, enabling excellent patient care
Maximising the efficiency and effectiveness of the NHS estate for the benefit of patients poses both opportunities and challenges to the NHS as a whole. In this session, NHS Property Services will share how through the estate, the NHS can realise value, reinvest and improve customer and patient service experience whilst supporting delivery of the Five Year Forward View.

Mark Day, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships
Mark will share CHP’s insights from the NHS Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) programme and how PPPs have supported the transformation and integration of care in the community. Working with the NHS and private sector, CHP has generated investment in health infrastructure worth over 2.5 billion, with a focus on communities of high health need.

Natasha Kerrigan, Strategic Estates Planning Director, NHS Improvement
How STP Strategies can enable service and asset transformation for the benefit of patients

Howard Williams, Partner, Montagu Evans

10:45 Refreshments and networking

11:15 The future face of GPs and Primary Care: and the importance of estate re-alignment to drive wholesale transformation
Peter will share his observations of the Primary Care sector, his thoughts on the GP of the future and how a properly planned primary care estate should act as a catalyst for wider health estate transformation. Peter will cover:

  • A brief review of the Five Year Forward Plan: pressing challenges and the urgent need for practical solutions (including fiscal reality)
  • A look at the latest stats from NHS Digital on the changing face of primary care
  • Considering how the primary care estate needs to change in response
  • Maximising the benefits of re-aligning the primary care estate
  • The implications of this on the wider healthcare estate

Laura Stamboulieh, Senior Director, Strategic Advisory, GVA
Peter Woodley, Director, Strategic Advisory, GVA

11:45 Homes for keyworkers – key considerations for NHS Trusts in delivering the Naylor Review’s recommendations

The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care announced in autumn 2017 that eligible NHS staff would be offered a first right of refusal on affordable homes built on surplus land disposed by NHS estate owners, with an ambition to benefit up to 3,000 workers. The commitment was further underlined as part of the Government response to the Naylor review published in January 2018.

We will provide an overview of the policy, provide some top tips in terms of how to work with Local Authorities and discuss the various methods of disposal there are available to NHS Trusts to secure homes for NHS Key Workers.  We will also overlay our discussion with the market interest in delivering this type of accommodation and set out some of the pitfalls and hurdles that you may come across along the way.

Paul Burley, Partner, Montagu Evans

12:15 Q&A

12:30 Lunch and networking

13:15 Making the most of your assets
Whether you are charging or paying them, service charges are key in protecting your revenue stream. The new RICS professional statement “Service charges in commercial property” comes into effect on 1 April 2019. We will discuss the new Code and how this affects you. We will also look at the role service charges play in protecting your organisation’s finances, how an asset management system can help and what to do if you think you have been either paying or charging an incorrect amount.

George Taylor, Associate, DAC Beachcroft
Andrea Proudlock, Legal Director, DAC Beachcroft
Stephen Slemmings, Head of Corporate Asset Management, Knight Frank
Ronan Gallagher, Head of PAM Accounts,
Knight Frank

13:45 Driving best value from built assets – increasing utilisation, finding efficiencies and delivering better health outcomes
Community Health Partnerships is recognised as a Centre of Excellence on promary and community healthcare estate. In 2013 CHP became Head Tenant of over 300 LIFT buildings, starting the organisation’s transformation from its core investment focus to effective property management. CHP will share best practice from its ongoing work to drive estate efficiencies through innovation, increasing utilisation of a special class asset and effective contract management.
Mark Day, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships

Andrew Meakin, Regional Property Director, Community Health Partnerships

14:15 Q&A

14:30 Refreshments and networking

14:50 NHS Property Panel – Future GP Practice
A panel debate chaired by NHS Property Services which will include a short presentation from an architect on what they envision the future GP practice will look like. This will be followed by a discussion on both the ideas behind the design and other key themes which are going to impact on the GP estate. Some of these themes include:

-Many GP practices need urgent upgrading, with four in ten GPs considering their practice not fit for purpose. Why is this and what needs to be done to change it?
-The increasing internet-connectivity of patients and advances in artificial intelligence technology mean it is increasingly easy to speak to your doctor without having to visit a surgery, which may lead to a reduction in space needed for consultations.
– The increasing tendency for GPs to opt for non-medical referral, or social prescribing, typically provided by community or charitable organisations; the role of the GP surgery may therefore evolve in its provision of healthcare for the local community, instead offering its space for activities as diverse as creative arts, cookery and sports.
– The need to take the strain off overwhelmed A&E units, with non-urgent care moving to GP surgeries.

Chair: Adrian Powell, Head of Property Development, NHS Property Services
Julie Whetton, Head of Property Management, NHS Property Services
Oliver Salway, Director, Softroom, the winner of the Archiboo competition
Helen Buckingham, Director of Strategy and Operations, Nuffield Trust

15:30 Local Government’s role in health estates transformation – panel presented by ACES, the Association of Chief Estates Surveyors and Property Managers in the public sector
Through case studies the panel will consider how local authorities can assist in delivering change to the health economy.

Chair, Graeme Haigh, President of ACES and Senior Property Manager, Isle of Wight Council
David Baughan, National Property and Programme Manager, Public Health England
– Estates Strategy, ACES Award for Excellence Winner
Chris Rhodes, Head of Asset Management, London Borough of Sutton – The London Cancer Hub
Farida Ahmed, Strategic Estates Adviser North West, Community Health Partnerships – NHS, Manchester example

16:00 Q&A and Chair’s closing remarks

16:20 Conference close

 

Please note agenda, speakers and times are subject to change

Speakers

Tuesday 20th November, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

Dave Sweeney

Plenary speakers
Conference Chair: Dave Sweeney, Executive Implementation Lead, Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership

John Westwood, Director of Asset Management, NHS Property Services

Mark Day, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Community Health Partnerships

Natasha Kerrigan, Strategic Estates Planning Director, NHS Improvement

Howard Williams, Partner, Montagu Evans

Howard specialises in providing development consultancy and agency advice for a Public Sector client base.

Howard’s strengths focuses on helping his clients through complex development scenarios from project inception through to cash in the bank. The aim of his work is often to help make cost savings on aged estate and using his client’s real estate as a business enabler to streamline their operational strategies to help fund new fit for purpose buildings. At the same time he is also involved in helping his clients to enhance the value of disused real estate to secure best value for the Public Purse. Howard therefore is often involved with the development of estate strategies and identifying opportunities which are then prepared and taken to the market. This also means that Howard is often involved with the development of Outline and Full Business Cases which go to the Treasury to justify the rationale on how a project can be delivered.

In addition to the bigger picture strategy work, he is also very focussed on the detail as this where in development scenarios value can be gained. Howard is adept at providing advice on S106 negotiations as well as issues relating restrictive covenants and defects in title which impact on the value of real estate.

Work session speakers

Farida Ahmed, Strategic Estates Adviser North West, NHS Improvement

Anne Batanero

Anne Batanero, Partner, DAC Beachcroft

Anne Batanero advises public sector clients, primarily NHS bodies, on a range of property matters.  She brings to her public sector clients her experience of commercial property work for commercial clients, ranging from major development work to the acquisition and disposal of properties for national retail chains.

Anne and her team were heavily involved in the NHS surplus property PPP and the NHS Agenda for Change Transforming Community Services programme and Anne has spent time on secondment at NHS England managing the rationalisation of the NHS learning disability grant funding portfolio.

Her team is currently busy rolling out asset management and service charge framework efficiency programmes in a number of teaching hospitals across England and exploring innovative structures to harness the value in the estate to support the delivery of health services.

David Baughan, National Property and Programme Manager, Public Health England

Helen Buckingham, Director of Strategy and Operations, Nuffield Trust

Paul Burley

Paul Burley, Partner, Montagu Evans

Paul has a strong track record of working with clients to secure planning permissions for site development. He advises on a wide range of development projects including large, complex mixed-use schemes, and the promotion of significant housing developments through the local plan process.  He has a particular interest in public inquiries in relation to major planning applications, CPOs, TWAOs and local development plans.

Paul has advised Barts Health NHS Trust on its Whitechapel Development Programme, helping to ensure that the Trust’s interests are maintained in relation to the land and that the best value of the assets are realised either through disposal or longer-term development with an income stream while respecting the historic nature of the buildings. He leads the team giving advice to South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust in relation to a major estate reconfigurations involving Springfield, Tolworth, Barnes and Richmond Royal Hospitals, including the construction of two new hospitals funded through land sales and development. Other work includes a project for the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust at Chase Farm Hospital to bring about the transformation of this London Borough of Enfield site.

Ronan Gallagher, Head of PAM Accounts, Knight Frank

Graeme Haigh, President of ACES and Senior Property Manager, Isle of Wight Council

Adrian Powell, Head of Property Development. NHS Property Services

Andrea Proudlock, Legal Director, DAC Beachcroft

Andrea is a real estate lawyer in our Newcastle office. She specialises in public sector real estate work and leads our real estate offering to NHS Trusts across the North of England.

Andrea’s recent experience includes:

  • Advising on the development of outsourcing products to the NHS in order to drive efficiencies savings and help her clients stay ahead of the curve;
  • The development of clinical services within private sector retail space;
  • Advising on one of the first leases of Urgent Care Space to a private provider.

Andrea has a keen commercial understanding of the major drivers within real estate in the Health sector.

Andrea regularly writes articles and gives talks on real estate issues within the NHS and wider public sector.

Andrea joined DAC Beachcroft in May 2012.

Chris Rhodes, Head of Asset Management, London Borough of Sutton

Oliver Salway, Director, Softroom

Stephen Slemmings, Head of Corporate Asset Managment, Knight Frank

Laura Stamboulieh, Senior Director, Strategic Advisory, GVA

George Taylor, Associate, DAC Beachcroft

Julie Whetton, Head of Property Management, NHS Property Services

Peter Woodley

Peter Woodley BSc Hons MRICS, Director, Public Sector Advisory, GVA

Peter is a Director within GVA’s Public Sector Strategic Advisory team. He has over 35 years’ experience working within property, including 22 years within the public sector – both as an advisor and also as a senior officer within local government.

Peter has a long track record within the health sector and has been involved in a range of innovative health and well-being projects, the earliest of which comprised the Epsom Library & Lifestyle Centre, in Surrey. He was a leading advocate for the Minehead “New Horizons” Centre, trying to bring together a new hospital, education and leisure facilities to promote healthy lifestyles and was one of the driving forces behind bringing together West Somerset District Council, Somerset County Council and the Somerset PCT to deliver the component parts. He also developed a range of Sure Start Centres across West Somerset around this time, linking Children Centres with other multi-disciplinary services, including mid-wifery, GP’s, health visitors and Dental Services, as part of the government’s drive to delivery better opportunities for families.

More recently, Peter has been heavily involved in the One Public Estate initiative and with Plymouth City Council, he helped to secure several millions of pounds in revenue and capital funding across a range of Health & Well-Being. He has developed an excellent insight into the NHS Transformation Agenda and having worked closely with Primary, Secondary & Community Care, Social Services & Social Commissioning, NHSE, NHSi and CHP, has provided input into the development of STP’s and other strategic planning for health care and delivery across the UK.

His 35 years in property has enabled the development of a broad range of disciplines, including construction and development, planning, economic development, agency, asset management, business planning and investment.

Peter’s recent and past track record of client and partner relationships includes:

  • Plymouth City Council
  • Devon CCG
  • NHS Property Services
  • NHS England
  • Livewell South West
  • Community Health Partnerships
  • West Somerset District Council
  • Former Somerset PCT
  • South Somerset District Council
  • Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust
  • Beacon Medical Group
  • Pathfields Medical Practice
  • Bedford Borough Council
  • Bedfordshire CCG
  • Plympton Hub CVS & Home Start
  • Barnardo’s

Exhibitors and Supporters

Title Sponsors

General Sponsors

Sponsor Faithful Gould Logo
GVA

Hotels

Venue Information

Set in a magnificent Grade II listed, four-domed, Edwardian building the conference centre is very close to the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and St James’s Park.

How to Reach Us

By London Underground
Both Westminster (Exit 6) on the District, Circle and Jubilee lines, and St James’s Park on the District and Circle lines, are just 5 minutes walk away. For more information, visit the Transport for London website.

Walking Directions from Westminster Tube (exit 6)
When you arrive at the top of the stairs you will be on Whitehall. Turn around (as if you were to walk back down the stairs) you are now facing Parliament Square. Walk around to the right onto Great George Street until you come to two sets of traffic lights. Cross over both and continue walking straight down Great George Street for about 1 minute. One Great George Street is the last building on the corner of Great George Street and Storey’s Gate. The building is also the home of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

Disabled Parking
The nearest Blue Badge disabled parking bay is located on Matthew Parker Street (drive down Storey’s Gate to the west of the venue and take the second right). Alternatively, a little further away, there are bays on Old Queen Street and Queen Anne’s Gate. These Blue Badge bays offer free parking for up to 4 hours between 08.30 and 18.30 Mon-Fri and unlimited parking at any other time. Please see Westminster Council‘s website for further information.

By River
A River Bus Service runs every 20 minutes during peak time from Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal; the nearest pier to us is the London Eye.

By Car
The nearest car parks provided by Q-Park are located in Abingdon Street and on the south side of Trafalgar Square. Limited meter parking is also available in and around adjacent streets.

By Bicycle
The nearest TFL bike hire docking station is 0.4miles away on Abby Orchard Street. Click on the Cycle for Hire website and type in our post code SW1P 3AA. If your bike folds our cloak room can hold approximately 5 bikes at one time.

By Rail
London’s mainline stations at Waterloo, Victoria and Charing Cross are minutes away by foot or by Underground. For further information visit the National Rail website.

By Bus
Numerous bus routes pass within a 1-2 minute walk of One Great George Street. Bus routes stopping near Parliament Square include: 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 87, 88, 148, 159, 211 and 453. For further information visit the Transport for London website.

GPS co-ordinates
Main entrance – 51 30.0822 N and 0 07.7500 W and Princes Mews – 51 30.0420 N and 0 07.7185 W

Congestion Charge
One Great George Street lies within the charging area. For more information, including charges, visit the Transport for London website.

Hotels

There are many hotels near the venue to suit a range of budgets:
http://www.onegreatgeorgestreet.com/about-us/corporate-hotels/

Event Timetable

Tuesday 20th November, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

08:30 – 09:30 Registration, refreshments and networking

09:30 – 10:45 Plenary and Q&A

10:45 – 11:15 Refreshments and networking

11:15 – 11:45 Work session

11:45 – 12:15 Work session

12:15 – 12:30 Q&A

12:30 – 13:15 Lunch and networking

13:15 – 13:45 Work session

13:45 – 14:15 Session presented by Community Health Partnerships

14:15 – 14:30 Q&A

14:30 – 14:50 Refreshments and networking

14:50 – 15:30 Session presented by NHS Property Services

15:30 – 16:00 Session presented by ACES

16:00 – 16:20 Q&A and Chair’s closing remarks

Please note times, agenda and speakers may be subject to change

Venue & Travel

One Great George Street

Westminster London SW1P 3AA

One Great George Street

Venue Information

Set in a magnificent Grade II listed, four-domed, Edwardian building the conference centre is very close to the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and St James’s Park.

How to Reach Us

By London Underground
Both Westminster (Exit 6) on the District, Circle and Jubilee lines, and St James’s Park on the District and Circle lines, are just 5 minutes walk away. For more information, visit the Transport for London website.

Walking Directions from Westminster Tube (exit 6)
When you arrive at the top of the stairs you will be on Whitehall. Turn around (as if you were to walk back down the stairs) you are now facing Parliament Square. Walk around to the right onto Great George Street until you come to two sets of traffic lights. Cross over both and continue walking straight down Great George Street for about 1 minute. One Great George Street is the last building on the corner of Great George Street and Storey’s Gate. The building is also the home of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

Disabled Parking
The nearest Blue Badge disabled parking bay is located on Matthew Parker Street (drive down Storey’s Gate to the west of the venue and take the second right). Alternatively, a little further away, there are bays on Old Queen Street and Queen Anne’s Gate. These Blue Badge bays offer free parking for up to 4 hours between 08.30 and 18.30 Mon-Fri and unlimited parking at any other time. Please see Westminster Council‘s website for further information.

By River
A River Bus Service runs every 20 minutes during peak time from Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal; the nearest pier to us is the London Eye.

By Car
The nearest car parks provided by Q-Park are located in Abingdon Street and on the south side of Trafalgar Square. Limited meter parking is also available in and around adjacent streets.

By Bicycle
The nearest TFL bike hire docking station is 0.4miles away on Abby Orchard Street. Click on the Cycle for Hire website and type in our post code SW1P 3AA. If your bike folds our cloak room can hold approximately 5 bikes at one time.

By Rail
London’s mainline stations at Waterloo, Victoria and Charing Cross are minutes away by foot or by Underground. For further information visit the National Rail website.

By Bus
Numerous bus routes pass within a 1-2 minute walk of One Great George Street. Bus routes stopping near Parliament Square include: 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 87, 88, 148, 159, 211 and 453. For further information visit the Transport for London website.

GPS co-ordinates
Main entrance – 51 30.0822 N and 0 07.7500 W and Princes Mews – 51 30.0420 N and 0 07.7185 W

Congestion Charge
One Great George Street lies within the charging area. For more information, including charges, visit the Transport for London website.

Hotels

There are many hotels near the venue to suit a range of budgets:
http://www.onegreatgeorgestreet.com/about-us/corporate-hotels/

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