London Estates Board (1)

Meeting: 
MQT on 2017-08-10
Session date: 
August 10, 2017
Reference: 
2017/3013
Question By: 
Siân Berry
Organisation: 
City Hall Greens
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

The Assembly's Budget and Performance Committee received a letter from your Deputy Mayor for Housing and Residential Development on 25 May 2017. It stated that the aim of the London Estates Board is to "improve the way surplus and underused NHS assets are identified and released. It will provide a single forum for estate discussions in London and ensure early involvement of London government partners." Who or what organisations sit on this board and when will more information about its work be published online?

Answer

Answer for London Estates Board (1)

Answer for London Estates Board (1)

Answered By: 
The Mayor

The London Estates Board (LEB) is currently working within its first phase of operation ('advisory phase'). The Board is a forum of partner organisations which is hosted by the GLA.

The membership is based on the partnership principles that underpin London's health and care devolution programme. This means bringing together health and local government partners from within London with the relevant national bodies. 

The Board has representation from the five London STP areas, health and care devolution pilots and NHS Trusts. London-wide partners include the GLA, London CCGs, London Councils, Public Health England, NHS England and NHS Improvement. National partners include NHS Property Services, Community Health Partnerships, HM Treasury, Department of Health, NHS England, NHS Improvement & the One Public Estate programme. This Board's functions are emerging from the London Health and Care Devolution work so more information will be published when the London devolution agreement is finalised.