How we're working with you to transform spaces across England

Our Healthy Places programme helps you and your patients get more from your estate.

From building new community diagnostic centres to delivering social prescribing sites – we completed 70 projects with customers last year, benefitting an estimated 1.1 million patients.

Read our 2023/2024 Healthy Places review to learn more about the progress we made with you last year.

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How to work safely in high heat

It’s important to know how to reduce your risk for heat stress and overheating in the workplace. 

As the weather gets warmer, there is a likelihood you’ll feel hot at work, especially if you’re wearing PPE to protect against COVID-19 or working from home with no air conditioning.

Learn how to spot the signs of heat stress and keep yourself and colleagues safe with our guide. 

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Advice on preparing for hot weather and summer

Reminder: How you report facilities management issues is changing

From 9th July, you'll no longer be able to use the online form on our website to log non-urgent facilities management issues.

Instead, you can use Connect, our online portal to log non-urgent FM issues, track the status of your jobs as well raise queries and see other jobs for your site. 

Contact our Customer Service Centre with your name, email address and customer account so we can help you register.

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Don't waste your waste

It’s important that you learn what happens to your waste before you decide how to throw it away.

  • By placing your notepad paper into a recycling bin instead of general waste, you can give it a second life as tissue paper.
  • By recycling your empty water bottle, you're helping it transform into a cosy fleece jacket.
  • By recycling your plastic containers, you're helping them become part of playground equipment for children.

Our waste page includes guidance and tips to help you recycle correctly so your waste doesn’t go to waste.  

View our waste page