NHS Trusts: Greater London

Department of Health and Social Care written question – answered on 14th January 2019.

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Photo of Mike Gapes Mike Gapes Labour/Co-operative, Ilford South

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what estimate he has made of the amount of capital funding which will be allocated to each NHS trust in London in each year between 2019 and 2022.

Photo of Stephen Hammond Stephen Hammond Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

The Department provides some specific central support in the form of capital loans and public dividend capital. The details of all financial assistance provided by the Department to individual National Health Service trusts and foundation trusts, including capital loans and public dividend capital, under section 40 of the National Health Service Act 2006 are published annually alongside the Department’s Annual Report and Accounts.

The largest centrally allocated capital programme over the period to 2022 is the sustainability and transformation partnerships (STP) capital programme. The following table shows the announced value of capital investment in STP schemes for London NHS trusts. The breakdown of funding in individual years will be determined - once they complete the standard full business case process.

Lead organisation

STP Scheme

Capital from STP Funding to 2022/23 (£000)

Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust

Children and Adolesent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Tier 4. 3 new beds


Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

St Pancras - transformation of mental health and substance misuse services


Central and North West London Foundation Trust

CAMHS Tier 4. Kingswood Hospital. Five additional beds for people with learning difficulties/autistic spectrum disorders


Central and North West London Foundation Trust

CAMHS Tier 4. 12 additional beds


Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Northwick Park Mental Health Wards - Single Bedrooms Reconfiguration


Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Oak Tree Ward - Woodlands Mental Health Wards Reconfiguration, Hillingdon


Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Pond Ward - Park Royal Mental Health Wards Reconfiguration


Croydon Health Services NHS Trust

South West London Acute Providers consolidation of the three procurement functions into a single shared service, purchase to pay system, inventory management, and IT and telephony equipment


Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Patient Centric Supply Chain


Imperial College NHS Trust

The Development of an Endovascular Hybrid Theatre


Kingston NHS Foundation Trust

Patient Flow Transformation Programme


London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

Re-provision of eight compliant theatres


Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Project Oriel - a new eye care, research and education facility


South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust

CAMHS Tier 4. Eight additional beds for people with learning difficulties/autistic spectrum disorders. Beds would open December 2018


South West London and St George’s NHS Mental Health Trust

EMP Enabler - New Care Home


South West London and St George's NHS Mental Health Trust

Barnes Medical Centre development of a healthcare facility to provide mental health outpatient services, an extended range of general practice services, and a range of other community services


London Ambulance Service

Addition of 25 Double Crewed Ambulance vehicles is expected to receive all their £3,849,000 funding in 2018-19.



1Further funding is beyond the period to 2022-23 and contributions will also be from other funding sources. Part of the Camden and Islington funding is in the form of a bridging loan in advance of land disposal receipts.

2All funding for this scheme expected to be provided in 2018-19.

In addition, future funding has been allocated for some large capital schemes to specific London providers and as follows:

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

- there remains around £52.6 million available which was allocated specifically for the introduction of proton beam therapy; and

- there remains around £96.9 million available for the ongoing development of the haematology and short stay surgery, and head and neck services.

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