Posted on: 14th November 2018

One Partnership are excited to announce they are working with Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria.

One Partnership have been commissioned as lead supply chain and delivery partner for the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria Local Asset Review: Creating Healthy Places programme.

 The Local Asset Review: Creating Healthy Places is a place-based review of public sector assets and how the public sector use these effectively and efficiently to improve the health and wellbeing of their populations whilst supporting the delivery of local  Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) plans. It is focused on what infrastructure is required in communities to deliver public services and to keep people well and will embrace the principles of ‘one public estate’ and of NHS England’s Healthy New Towns: Putting Health into Place.

 The Local Asset Review will support the development of a local vision and framework where the future infrastructure for health, wellbeing and community is based on people and places, rather than buildings.

 This programme is being funded through NHS England’s Estates Transformation and Technology Fund (ETTF).

 The One Partnership team are delighted to be leading on this project and will be working with a team of specialist partners including The Northern Edge, AA Projects, Cushman and Wakefield, Eric Wright Health and Care and IBI to effectively deliver the requirements of Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria.



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