Departmental Assets

Health written question – answered on 12th January 2006.

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Photo of Ian Austin Ian Austin Labour, Dudley North 12th January 2006

To ask the Secretary of State for Health if she will make a statement clarifying what the 10 most valuable (a) movable and (b) immovable assets owned by her Department are.

Photo of Liam Byrne Liam Byrne Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health) (Care Services), Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department of Health 12th January 2006

The following table lists the top ten moveable and top ten immoveable fixed assets in the books of the Department of Health.

Description of asset
£
Immoveable fixed assets
Harperbury Hospital, Radlett 76,700,608
Richmond House, London 39,441,362
St. James Hospital, Portsmouth 37,082,361
West Park Hospital, Epsom 34,300,000
Land-Warneford Hospital, Oxford 30,900,000
Runwell Hospital, Wickford 24,459,790
St Ebbas Hospital, Epsom 23,283,855
Wellington House, London 18,677,010
Little Plumstead Hospital, Little Plumstead 14,844,777
Clamp Hill Hospital, Harrow, London 14,500,000
Moveable fixed assets
Electronic Staff Records 2004–05-Country-wide-Asset Under Construction 79,852,333
Software Licences from Microsoft 75,583,418
Local Service Provider North West 57,310,442
Spine Project-the core NHS Care Records Service to ensure highly available and highly resilient live Systems delivered in several phases 44,835,458
Spine Project-the core NHS Care Records Service to ensure highly available and highly resilient live Systems delivered in several phases 21,250,000
Software Licences-Oracle-National Programme For Information Technology 21,197,152
Spine Project-the core NHS Care Records Service to ensure highly available and highly resilient live Systems delivered in several phases 20,887,632
National Software Licences from Microsoft 17,290,037
Picture Archive Communication System (PACS)-Assets Under Construction 10,127,000
Connecting for Health-Electronic Booking-Assets Under Construction 8,000,000

Notes:

1.Immoveable assets are land and buildings and any plant and machinery that form an integral part of the land and buildings (such as central heating and air conditioning systems, for example)

2.Moveable assets are any asset that is not an immoveable asset.

3.The amounts are stated at net current cost adjusted to net current replacement cost as at 31 October 2005.

Source:

Department of Health Fixed Assets Register

I regret the reply I gave to Mike Penning on 24 November 2005, Hansard, column 2272W was incorrect.

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