We were delighted to host Lord Mawson and his colleagues last month and it was great to showcase the work we do in Leeds through a visit to our flagship building – Reginald Centre.
Durham and Tees Community Ventures are very proud to be part of the project to inject £1.9 million of funding into the Stokesley Health Centre in Middlesbrough.
The NHS LIFT Council celebrates it’s 20 year anniversary. As the management services provider of 9 LIFT Companies, we are really proud to have reached this milestone and we are looking forward to future exciting opportunities for the LIFT estate.
Durham and Tees Community Ventures has recently completed a commission to assist North Tees and Hartlepool Solutions (NTH) with their ERIC Returns completion for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust.
Leeds CCG have recently been awarded funding under the NHS Estates and Technology Transformation Fund (ETTF) to allow the completion of 19 Primary Care Network Estates Profiles, one for each PCN in the city, and have commissioned Community Ventures Leeds to undertake this work.
EMS Community Ventures (ECV) was very proud to reach the finals at the Partnership Awards in December 2020.
The latest NHS ERIC Return is reporting a substantial increase in Trusts’ backlog maintenance data, with the cost to eradicate backlog increasing from £6.4 billion in 2018-19 to £9.1 billion in 2019-20.
Community Ventures was very proud to co-host a webinar with partners Planning House and Bevan Brittan on Wednesday 9th September. The Webinar, entitled ‘Recent and Proposed Changes in Town Planning’, considered planning for the future, proposed changes to the current planning system, the effects of Covid-19 on planning and what’s next for planning, as well as a detailed overview on the Planning White Paper.
Community Ventures are jointly hosting a free webinar on Recent and Proposed Changes in Town Planning
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.