Westminster Health Forum

Next steps for developing NHS estates

Morning, Tuesday, 9th May 2017

Sixty One Whitehall, London SW1A 2ET


Providing an opportunity to assess progress on upgrading primary care infrastructure as outlined in the General Practice Forward View, including plans to invest £900m in practices and enable NHS England to fund up to 100 percent of the costs for premises developments, delegates at this conference will discuss priorities for developing NHS estates, including for a national estates strategy proposed by NHS England and the Department of Health in theNHS Business Plan 2016/17.

Further sessions will focus on the impact of Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) on NHS estates, the influence of the Carter Review on estate management and procurement - as well as opportunities for devolving responsibility of estates and asset use.






Supported by

Kajima Partnerships

Keynote Speaker

Cliff Jones

Head of Construction Procurement Team and Lead, Procure 21+/22


Baroness Redfern

Councillor and Leader, North Lincolnshire Council and Member, Long-Term Sustainability of the NHS Committee


Kirk Taylor

Head of Development, Kajima Partnerships

Dimitrios Gontzes

Consultant, Optimity Advisors

Mark Paget Skelin

Partner, Capsticks

Dr Marc Rowland

Chair, Lewisham Clinical Commissioning Group; Chair, London Clinical Commissioning Council and GP and Partner, The Jenner Practice

Paul Fenton

National Chair, Health Estates and Facilities Management Association and Associate Director of Estates, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

James Bawn

Local Area Director, South, Community Health Partnerships

Nicholas Lyes

Roads Policy Spokesman and Public Affairs Lead, RAC

Dr Gavin Ralston

Premises Lead, GPC England Executive, British Medical Association