Emma Bolton, our Area Director for Leeds and the North East and Louise English, who works for North Tees and Hartlepool Solutions (the Estates and Facilities provider to North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust) consider how the physical healthcare environment can continue to provide a safe, fit-for-purpose setting for high quality care as services start to be recommissioned, and planned care recommences, in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
At Community Ventures, we are well placed to offer you advice as you make plans to ‘Reset’ following the peak of the pandemic. We have staff embedded within NHS Trusts who are actively undertaking ‘Covid Secure’ risk assessments, and have membership on a number of networking groups who meet to share ideas and learning. We are advising a number of clients on their Estates Strategies, and are looking at how these will need to respond to the way in which Covid-19 has changed the clinical and healthcare administrative environment.
In these uncertain times you will be able to continue working with Community Ventures with minimal interruption. We thought that it was important to make you aware of our policies and the steps we have already taken to protect our people and our partners/clients whilst ensuring that we can continue to provide an excellent service.
Community Ventures are proud to have shared in the success of Thornaby Town Under 9’s 2018/19 season and there were celebrations at their end of season awards ceremony over the weekend.
Community Ventures Management (CVM) Ltd is delighted to announce the commencement of a further management services contract for Bradford and Airedale Local Improvement Finance Trusts (LIFT) effective from 1st December 2018.
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Community Ventures is involved with nine of the forty nine LIFT companies that operate nationally. We are constantly seeking to explain how this strategic partnership, of which 40% is owned through CHP by the the Department of Health, can help to improve and develop local health and social care estate.
Community Ventures, in partnership with Currie & Brown have been successful, following a competitive tender process, in securing a contract award on the NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative’s Framework Agreement for Estates and Building Consultancy Services 2018-2022.
This year’s Building Better Healthcare Awards were held on the 31st October and Community Ventures submitted their Victoria Road Health Centre in the category of Best Internal Environment – Refurbishment.
October 2018 sees the Community Ventures Group celebrate its 10th year of operation, having started out in 2008 as a management company to support one LIFT Company in Leeds, ten years on, the Group of Companies now manages 9 LIFT Companies across Yorkshire, the North East and the East Midlands, having experienced growth across geographical reach and expertise within the team.