NHS Property 2019

Wednesday 27th November 2019

One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

Event Information

Wednesday 27th November, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

The phrase ‘the only constant is change’ could have been invented for the NHS Estate.  This constant change is typified by the importance placed upon the role of Strategic Estates Planning, the implementation of the recommendations of the Naylor Review and the increasing integration of estates and technology planning to reflect the many technology driven innovations in health and social care.

NHS Property 2019 will cover a broad yet tailored spectrum of subject matter, each topic being key to the objectives and interests of the circa 150 senior property professionals that this well established conference always attracts.

Delegate places are free of charge for all property professionals employed within the NHS and wider public sector.  Places will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis and must be booked in advance.  Don’t miss out on your place BOOK HERE

Conference Agenda

Wednesday 27th November 2019, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

09:30 – 10:45 Plenary and Q&A

Conference Chair, Nicola Theron, London Director for Strategic Planning, NHS Improvement and Director of Estates, North Central London STP

Optimising and future-proofing the NHS estate – how we can work together to better understand and make best use of our properties, realise their latent value through capital recycling, and implement technology to achieve new efficiencies? – John Westwood, Director of Asset Management, NHS Property Services

Mental Health and the NHS estate: putting it right – The recent Mental Health Act Review found that the NHS’s mental health estate was in large part inadequate and outdated. When people are at their most vulnerable, many get treated in some of the poorest places in the system. How can we change that and what do we need our mental health estate to be like to be fit for the twenty-first century? Andy Bell, Deputy CEO, Centre for Mental Health

The opportunity technology provides for our buildings to deliver better health – How can we realise the potential benefits of technology across the health estate now and into the future? – Malcolm Twite, Chief Commercial Officer, Community Health Partnerships

A case for addressing the underfunding of lifecycle replacement and maintenance across the Government estate – Avison Young have recently completed a strategic study for the Cabinet Office supporting a case to address the underfunding of lifecycle replacement and maintenance across the entire government estate. Following extensive cross-Whitehall departmental engagement and forecasting of maintenance and lifecycle costs across various departmental portfolios, Avison Young found that over 50% of the funding requirement relates to the heath estate. With one of the highest levels of operational risk sitting within the health estate, the study has led to the development of some essential products and tools for use by a range of estate portfolio managers – from individual NHS Trusts to large Government departments. – Saurabh Das, Director, Strategic Advisory, Avison Young

10:45 – 11:15 Refreshments and networking

11:15 – 12:30 – Presentations and Q&A

Senior Living as a site disposal option – focus on ageing population and the similarities between asset class – Howard Williams, Partner, Development & Valuation Consultancy, Montagu Evans

Delivering Estate Transformation – with no capital! Conjuring up a planLaura Stamboulieh is a senior advisor to the public sector working with health organisations and multi-sector partnerships. With national statistics showing a fall in NHS estate disposals, and in the light of restrictions on public and private capital, Laura will question ‘where the incentive is to transform the estate and how it can be achieved’ and will consider whether a range of components parts drawn together into a ‘holistic transformation plan’ is the answer. Collaboration will feature in the discussion, including the interaction between STP and One Public Estate (OPE) partnerships, and how well these are placed to optimise outcomes. – Laura Stamboulieh, Senior Director, Strategic Advisory, Avison Young

12:30 – 13:15 Lunch and networking

13:15 – 14:30 – Presentations and Q&A

New Structures for new challenges – Delivering the Long Term PlanNHS Capital remains constrained but some Trusts are nevertheless moving forward with innovative proposals to create value and deliver improvements to their estate including partnering with private sector partners.  We will look at case studies to examine the success stories and also highlight some of the prevailing obstacles to entering into successful partnerships.  DAC Beachcroft and Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Transforming the NHS, one Property qualification at a timeTim Bennett Dean, School of the Built Environment, University College of Estate Management

14:30 – 14:50 Refreshments and networking

14:50 – 16:15 Presentations, Q&A and Chair’s closing remarks
How can your Estate/Property be an enabler to a successful Primary Care Network (PCN)? The estate in a Primary Care Network will play an integral role in delivering your clinical vision and achieving a successful and sustainable PCN – Sam McCumiskey, Health Director, gbpartnerships

Exploring redevelopment opportunities across the NHS estate – 
Much of the primary care estate is in poor condition, with many sites requiring significant and costly refurbishment or reconfiguration to remain safe and suitable for modern patient care. In addition to this, many sites have further potential for increased occupation, both of health services and other uses such as housing.  Hear how NHS Property Services identifies opportunities to increase the value of NHSPS assets and realise latent potential from the estate, working with developers to provide quality environments for clinical services, releasing surplus land for housing, and generating capital receipts for reinvestment in the NHS. – Adrian Powell, Head of Property Development, NHS Property Services

16:15 Conference close

Please note agenda will be updated regularly, speakers, subject matter and timings may be subject to change

Speakers

Wednesday 27th November 2019, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

Nicola Theron

Conference Chair: Nicola Theron, London Director for Strategic Improvement, NHS Improvement and Director of Estates, North Central London STP

Nicola has worked extensively in both the public and private sectors within the property arena, focused on the value property can offer as being a facilitator of change.

As Chief Executive of South London Health Partnerships, she spent 10 years working the public/private sector arena, leading the development of health centres with ongoing responsibility for their ongoing management, to support the objectives of both the public and private sector objectives.

Nicola joined Community Health Partnerships (CHP) in 2014, and is now responsible for the Strategic Estates Planning team in London. This team is supporting the NHS and wider public sector to develop and implement Strategic Transformation Plans and Local Estate Strategies that will drive system improvements, support service transformation and release capital from buildings that are no longer fit for purpose.

She has recently joined Polka Theatre for Children, Wimbledon as a Non Executive Director.

Plenary speaker: John Westwood, Director of Asset Management, NHS Property Services

John Westwood brings to the role of Director of Asset Management more than 25 years’ experience in corporate real estate. He has worked across a number of organisations within the pharmaceutical, technology and financial services sectors.

John joined NHS Property Services from Devonshire Investors International (Fidelity). Before this he held senior roles at Pfizer, Citigroup, BT and DTZ. In these organisations John gained a strong track record of successfully delivering major asset programmes. His experience includes the divestment and acquisition of commercial and R&D real estate, cost reduction consolidation strategies, process development and improvement programmes, and workplace transformation initiatives across the globe.

John’s contribution to NHS Property Services is key as we help our NHS customers to optimise their individual properties and their wider estate through efficient portfolio management.

Plenary speaker: Malcolm Twite, Chief Commercial Officer, Community Health Partnerships

Malcolm has more than 25 years’ experience in corporate real estate, asset management and estate management, working across diverse property portfolios.

Prior to joining CHP, Malcolm held the position of Head of Group Property at the Department for Transport, having worked on high-profile areas across the DfT Group, such as HS2, Highways England and the DVLA, as well as in cross-cutting government initiatives.

A Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS), Malcolm was also previously Head of Corporate Real Estate at Network Rail.

He is also a Non Executive Director of the Shepherds Bush Housing Group.

Andy Bell

Plenary speaker: Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health

Andy Bell has been with the Centre for Mental Health since 2002. Previously working for the King’s Fund, he began as Director of Communications, becoming Deputy Chief Executive in 2009.

He is a member of the Mental Health Policy Group and was chair of the Mental Health Alliance between 2006 and 2008. Andy has carried out research on the implementation of national mental health policies and on local mental health needs assessments. He writes a regular blog on mental health policy for the Huffington Post.

Saurabh Das

Plenary speaker: Saurabh Das, Director, Strategic Advisory, Avison Young

Saurabh is a Director in the Strategic Business Advisory team at Avison Young, advising a wide range of heath trusts, blue light services and government bodies. He is a senior public sector finance and business professional with 20 years’ experience of delivering at pace for ministers, CEOs and FDs.

Previously, as Finance and Commercial Lead at the Department of Health, he supported the shareholder function that oversaw strategy for NHS Property Services and Community Health Partnerships.

Prior to joining Avison Young, Saurabh was the Deputy Finance Director of the Government Property Agency where he led financial and commercial due diligence programmes and he worked as an accountant and business consultant at PwC on infrastructure and real estate.

Speaker: Tim Bennett – Dean, School of the Built Environment, University College of Estate Management

Speaker: Sam McCumiskey, Health Director, gbpartnerships

Adrian Powell

Speaker: Adrian Powell, Head of Property Development, NHS Property Services

Adrian leads NHS Property Services (NHSPS) in-house multidisciplinary Property Development and Town Planning teams. They work to deliver quality new healthcare environments, realise latent potential value and release land for new homes from the NHSPS estate. Adrian has built a reputation over 30 years in real estate capital markets, development, asset management and occupier services, delivering several of the largest urban regeneration and retail projects.

Speaker: Paul Prince, Head of Commercial, Consulting and Advisory, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Speaker: Andrea Proudlock, Legal Director – Real Estate DAC Beachcroft

Speaker: Laura Stamboulieh, Senior Director, Strategic Advisory, Avison Young

Laura is a Senior Director in the Strategic Public Sector Property Advisory team at Avison Young working across all sectors, including the multi-faceted ‘NHS family’. She is a Chartered Surveyor with 25 years’ experience of supporting clients to make the right property-related decisions based on evidence gathering, lateral thought and a robust business case.

Laura is a self-confessed ‘joiner of dots’ which enables her to strategize with her clients. Her immediate focus is to understand their organisational and service priorities, which allows bespoke property-based solutions to be defined. Her work requires effective engagement throughout an organisation from board to clinicians, and from finance to estates.

Laura is Avison Young’s, One Public Estate lead. She has been actively involved in the programme for six years, during which time she has worked with many partnerships across the country to identify collaborative opportunities. Her work has led to the successful award of capacity funding and Land Release Funding.

Speaker: Louise Watson-Jones, Legal Director – Commercial, DAC Beachcroft

Howard Williams

Speaker: Howard Williams, Partner, Development & Valuation Consultancy, 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.

Title Sponsor

Exhibitors and Supporters

Honeywell
Sponsor NPS Group May2016
Univ College of Estate Management

Event Timetable

Wednesday 27th November, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

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

09:30 – 10:45 Plenary session

10:45 – 11:15 Refreshments and networking

11:15 – 11:45 Senior Living as a site disposal option

11:45 – 12:15 Delivering Estate Transformation – with no capital! Conjuring up a plan

12:15 – 12:30 Q&A

12:30 – 13:15 Lunch and networking

13:15 – 13:45 New Structures for new challenges – Delivering the Long Term Plan

13:45 – 14:15 Transforming the NHS, one Property qualification at a time

14:15-14:30 Q&A

14:30 – 14:50 Refreshments and networking

14:50 – 15:20 How can your Estate/Property be an enabler to a successful Primary Care Network (PCN)?

15:20 – 15:50 Exploring redevelopment opportunities across the NHS estate

15:50 – 16:15 Q&A and Chair’s closing remarks

16:15 – Conference Close

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

Venue, Travel & Hotels

One Great George Street

Westminster London SW1P 3AA

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.

One Great George Street

Venue Tel: 020 7665 2323

E-mail: info@onegreatgeorgestreet.com

Website: http://www.onegreatgeorgestreet.com/

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/

Contact Us

Delegate Enquiries (Including Bookings)

Georgia Richardson – Conference Manager
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Exhibition & Sponsorship Enquiries

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Steve Mallinson – Conference Director
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Conference Logistics & Presentation & Print Enquiries

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Address

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