NHS: Buildings

Department of Health written question – answered on 9th February 2017.

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Photo of Philip Dunne Philip Dunne The Minister of State, Department of Health

The number and proportion of NHS Property Services’ properties that are classified as vacant is shown in the following table. The Company classifies buildings as vacant when 90% or more of the building’s area is unused.

Category

Number of Properties

% of Total

Vacant (90% or Greater)

217

6.90%

Non-vacant (Less than 90%)

2,927

93.10%

Total

3,144

100.00%

For this response the following assumptions have been made:

- ‘Property’ refers to a physical building or structure rather than a site or legal holding;

- Only those buildings which have been verified as live interests through recent validation exercise have been included; and

- Properties such as car parks or land parcels which have no internal area and are not expected to have tenants will be classed as non-vacant.

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