Hospital Times estates seminar

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The Law Society

113 Chancery Lane

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WC2A 1PL

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A drop in the ocean? - Has the Government answered the capital question?

Hospital Times and Public Policy Projects are pleased to host a special hospital estates seminar with National NHS Estates Advisor to the Department of Health and Social Care, Sir Robert Naylor and Head of Estates and Director and Head of Profession NHS Estates and Facilities at NHS Improvement, Simon Corben.

The new Prime Minister has made a move on capital funding in the NHS, but is the £1.8 billion enough to deliver the improvements that the NHS has been asking for?

What is certain is that the issue of NHS capital has had a boost in profile of late and this event will provide a perfect forum in which leading figures in the sector can provide insight. Delegates will have the opportunity to discuss this issue in more detail with our expert speakers and panellists.

Should you be interested in registering your attendance, please RSVP early to save disappointment. Early bird will end Friday 30th August using the link or for any questions please email Lorraine Holder at lorraine.holder@dorsonwest.com or call 01905 330177.

Commercial partnership opportunities are available as well as speaking/panel events to deliver an education session to our audience. Please email Lorraine Holder at lorraine.holder@dorsonwest.com or call 01905 330177 for more information.

Invitations are strictly by invitation only and non-transferable. A drinks reception will be provided, please indicate whether you have any dietary requirements.

Date: Tuesday, September 24 2019

Time: 1pm to 6pm

Location: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London

Sir Robert Naylor

Robert Naylor was the chief executive at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust from November 2000 - 2016. He led the development of one of the largest building projects in the NHS to create the world-class University College Hospital. In April 2012 the Trust opened the third phase of development, the new University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre.

Robert was awarded a knighthood for services to healthcare by Her Majesty The Queen in the New Year Honours List in 2008. He has been a chairman of a number of national and regional committees and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Greenwich University in 2009.


Simon Corben

After some 16 years in the private sector, advising the NHS and successfully growing and managing a team of property, clinical planning consultants and analysts, Simon has returned to the Public Sector to head up the Estates and Facilities across the NHS. The role at NHS Improvement (NHSI) is one that he relishes, building on the good work that Peter Sellars has done with regard to the Carter Implementation Programme, he is keen to now take the team forward to provide the toolkit and expertise to assist the NHS in the next stage of delivering the improvements as set out in the Five Year Forward View next steps document and the Naylor Report.

Since joining NHSI in May 2017, Simon has recruited and team aligned to the 5 core Initiatives, of Commercial Acumen, Workforce, Operational Efficiency, standardisation and strategy.

An accredited Gateway Reviewer and Project Director, Simon understands the need for commercial, innovative and deliverable solutions. In his role at NHS Improvement he is using his skills and experiences to bring fresh ideas and drive to improve the quality and efficiency of Estates and Facilities Management across the NHS.


Anita Charlesworth

Anita Charlesworth is the Director of Research and Economics at the Health Foundation, and Honorary Professor in the College of Social Sciences at the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) at the University of Birmingham.

Before joining the Health Foundation in May 2014, Anita was Chief Economist at the Nuffield Trust (2010-14) where she led the Trust’s work on health care financing and market mechanisms. Prior to that she had roles as Chief Analyst and Chief Scientific Advisor at DCMS (2007-10), Director of Public Spending at the Treasury (1998-2007), where she led the team working with Sir Derek Wanless on his 2002 reform of NHS funding and worked as an Economic Advisor at DH and for SmithKline Beecham pharmaceuticals. She has worked as a non-executive director in the NHS – for Islington PCT (2007-2011) and The Whittington Hospital (2011-2016). She was specialist advisor to the House of Lords' select committee on the long-term sustainability of the NHS.

Anita has an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York and is a Board of Trustee for Tommy’s, the baby charity and also a Trustee for the Office of Health Economics. She was awarded a CBE in The Queen's 2017 Birthday Honours List for Services to Economics and Health Policy.


Simon Taylor

Simon joined NHS Property Services in 2018 to establish and lead the Portfolio Optimisation function within their Asset Management department. Before joining NHSPS Simon supported the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the 2 property companies with the strategic estate planning programmes, supported Sir Robert Naylor in undertaking his estates review and also to lead the combined DHSC sponsored Strategic Estate Planning team.

Simon has over 30 years’ experience working in the real estate sector, including over 10 years as Head of Property Strategy for Telereal Trillium where he provided estate transformation and delivery services to public and private sector clients.



We will be serving refreshments upon arrival and throughout the sessions.

Please RSVP by Friday 13 September using the link or for any questions please email Managing Director Ben Howlett at ben.howlett@policyprojects.com or call 020 7839 9305.

Invitations are strictly by invitation only and non-transferrable.

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The Law Society

113 Chancery Lane

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WC2A 1PL

United Kingdom

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