At NHS Property Services, our focus is providing local services in a clear and transparent way, that meet and anticipate your needs.

During a period of tremendous change for the NHS with the emergence of Integrated Care Partnerships (ICSs) and Primary Care Networks (PCNs), as well as the impact of COVID-19 on care provision and estates, different types of spaces are required to deliver care to local communities.

We are committed to working closely with our partners across ICSs and PCNs the North West to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities that exist within your communities. We want to support you with your clinical strategies by not only ensuring your estate needs are met, but to really help you get the most from your estate so you can deliver excellent patient care.

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projects to transform the NHS estate

311,000

patients benefitted

9,300

sqm of improved space

Looking across the North West, here are some examples of the ways we're enabling better care in your area:

  • Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership: work continues on the Victoria Central social prescribing hub which will incorporate Citizens Advice support as well as bookable space for a number of volunteering groups.
  • Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership: reconfiguring Lance Burn Health Centre to increase utilisation and support digitisation programme and looking at additional social prescribing space at Lindley House
  • Lancashire and South Cumbria: works are finalised at Tarleton HC, so we know have a modern fit for purpose Health Centre which will optimise the estate, and we're developing Minerva Health Centre into a social prescribing site in conjunction with Preston North End football club.

If you need assistance with anything, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me directly or contact our Customer Support Centre on 0800 085 3015. I look forward to our continued partnership in 2021/22.

New social prescribing site under development in Manchester

We're redeveloping unused, outdoor space at Offerton Learning Disability Resource Centre in Greater Manchester to create a sensory garden and outdoor gym. The outdoor space will be used by the current tenants, who run a range of services for people with learning disabilities, as well as supporting dementia patients.

We are fully funding the £100k works, which started in early 2021.

We've installed a time lapse camera to capture the progress on site.

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