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Community Health Partnerships appoints 4 corporate property managers

05 April 2013

Community Health Partnerships (CHP) has appointed a team of four Corporate Property Managers as part of the organisation's changing national role

From 1 April, CHP took over PCTs’ responsibilities in the Local Initiative Finance Trust (LIFT) programme and for the LIFT estate, which includes the role of Head Tenant for
the NHS LIFT buildings across England. As a result a new Property Management team has been formed led by Neil McElduff, Director lead for Property.

The Corporate Property Managers are the first appointments to this new Property team andeach will cover one offour regional areas, holding overall responsibility for Property Management Services within that region and working as partof their respective CHP Regional Team.

The appointments are as follows:
• Lesley McGregor Region: North (East)
Lesley joins CHP from international facilities management (FM) company OCS, and brings with her over 10 years’ experience in senior FM roles.
• Gavin Hindley Region: London
Gavin is a Chartered Surveyor and has spent a number of years working in Estates & Facilities Management and has extensive experience of LIFT. He joins CHP from Community Solutions, a market leading company specialising in the development and strategic management of estate.
Ann-Marie Grant Region: North (West)
Ann-Marie has worked within the NHS since 1993 most recently as Head of Estates Development for the North Essex Cluster of PCTs. Ann-Marie brings with her a wide range of estates, facilities, PFI and LIFT experience.
• Riana Relihan Region: Midlands
Riana joins CHP from Oxfordshire PCT where she has worked in various roles since 2002, most recently as Project Director and Head of Capital & Estates. Riana has 10 years’ senior management experience, including LIFT and 3PD.

Neil McElduff commented on the appointments: “This is a very exciting time for CHP. The changing NHS landscape means these new appointments will be instrumental in driving improvements in the management of estates through better use and contract management, reducing costs and contributing to wider Quality, Innovation, Prevention and Productivity (QIPP) savings.”


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