What we do

NHS Property Services Ltd was set up by the Department of Health to manage all the ex-Primary Care Trust estate not transferred to providers.

Launched in April 2013, whilst it is a Limited company it is an important part of the NHS family. NHS Property Services is 100% owned by the Secretary of State and in turn owns the legal title to 3,500 assets, valued at around £3 billion. The organisation owns sites across England but retains a local focus providing strategic and operational management of NHS estates, property and facilities.



We provide two main types of services to our NHS customers:

  1. Strategic estate and asset management – strategic planning of the estate, acting as a landlord, modernising facilities, buying new facilities and selling facilities that NHS commissioners decide they no longer need
  2. Dedicated provider of support and facilities services, such as health and safety, maintenance, electrical, cleaning and catering

More information on services.

How we work

NHS Property Services Ltd has a small headquarters and regional office in London, as well as regional offices in the North (Manchester), Midlands and East (Cambridge) and the South (Taunton). Each region is divided up into Areas, to advise and liaise on local issues and developments in each area.

Tony Griffiths – Regional Director
NHS Property Services Ltd
1 Lower Marsh

0203 049 4300

Justin Cunningham – Regional Director
NHS Property Services Ltd
3 Piccadilly Place
M1 3BN

0161 625 7166

Midlands and East
Martin Royal – Regional Director
NHS Property Services Ltd
2 – 4 Victoria House
Capital Park
CB21 5XB

01223 597 500

James Wakeham – Regional Director
NHS Property Services Ltd
South West House
Blackbrook Park Avenue

01823 361000

Disposal of properties

One key part of the company’s role is the efficient management and disposal of properties which are no longer required by the NHS for the delivery of services, ensuring that best value is achieved for the NHS.


Community Health Partnerships

Community Health Partnerships

NHS Property Services and its sister company Community Health Partnerships (CHP) have signed a joint Memorandum of Understanding outlining the shared objectives of the two companies and the principles underpinning the working relationship between them.