NHS Property and Estates Review:Written question - 293620

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Asked by Karin Smyth
(Bristol South)
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Asked on: 02 October 2019
Department of Health and Social Care
NHS Property and Estates Review
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To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to Appendix A: Government response to review recommendations of the Government response to the Naylor Review, published in January 2018, what progress has been made on those recommendations accepted by the Government.
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Answered by: Edward Argar
Answered on: 07 October 2019

Sir Robert Naylor’s Review of NHS Property and Estates, published in March 2017, outlined recommendations for how the National Health Service can better utilise NHS property, in the interests of patients, National Health Service staff and taxpayers.

The recommendations were grouped into three themes: improving leadership and capability; national planning and funding; and incentivising local action. The Government Response to the Review, published in January 2018, accepted all 17 recommendations, with a small number ‘in part’ or ‘in principle’ and explained the approach to implementation for each. Subsequently, we have taken a variety of actions.

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