Property

Health written question – answered on 22nd April 2013.

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Photo of Jeremy Lefroy Jeremy Lefroy Conservative, Stafford

To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many sites owned by the NHS and his Department have no clinical function; and what the location and book value is of each such site.

Photo of Daniel Poulter Daniel Poulter The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health

The information requested is not collected centrally in relation to NHS sites.

There are 29 sites on the Department's asset register owned by the Department of Health with no clinical function. Their locations and current values are as follows:

    Land (£) Buildings (£)
1 Richmond House 47,500,000 29,500,000
2 Wellington House 20,000,000 22,500,000
3 Land at Bridlington Road, Driffield 20,000
4 Land at Broadgates, Beverley 15,000
5 Land at Hellingly 550,000
6 Land at Harps Close Meadow, Sudbury 1,100,000
7 Land at Michingan Way, Totton 487,500
8 Warneford Meadow, Oxford 486,500
9 Land at Bucknall Hospital, Bucknall 75,000
10 Land at Bob Dunn Way, Dartford 850,000
11 Land at Alexandra Hospital, Redditch 1,000,000
12 Land at Lea Castle Hospital, Kidderminster 520,000
13 Part Little Plumstead Hospital, Norwich 2,575,000
14 Former Meacham Clinic, Milton Keynes 380,000
15 Part Kingsley Green, Radlett 12,483,250
16 Melbourne House, Derby 200,000 198,500
17 Land at Princess Royal Hospital, Telford 200,000
18 Land at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shrewsbury 1,950,000
19 Warwick Cottage, Melton Mowbray 49,000 26,000
20 Land at Elmfield Way. London 1,670,000
21 Land at former Napsbury Hospital, Napsbury 75,000
22 Land at Rooley Avenue, Bradford 2,750,000
23 Land at Marshalls Cross Road, St Helens 400,000
24 Land at Brierton, Hartlepool 3,000
25 Land at Wharfedale 2,000
26 Land at St Mary's Park Approach, Leeds 2,510
27 Land at Darklands Road, Swadlicote 10,000
28 Land at Mickleover, Derby 10,000
29 Land at Wigginton Road, Tamworth 5,000
  Total 95,368,760 52,224,500

Richmond House and Wellington House are used to deliver the Department's operations. The other sites are owned by the Department and a disposal strategy is in place for each of them. Some of these sites have buildings, but as they are non-operational and the value lies in the land for asset value purposes, so there is only an asset value for the land. Work is ongoing in the Department to rationalise the estates portfolio as part of the Government drive to create efficiency savings.

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