NHS Property Services

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NHS Property Services is a limited company owned by the Department of Health (DoH) in the United Kingdom that took over the ownership of around 3,600 National Health Service (NHS) facilities in April 2013.

Following the Health and Social Care Act 2012, strategic health authorities (SHAs) and primary care trusts (PCTs) in England were abolished and replaced with GP led commissioning consortia in April 2013. All properties owned by the SHAs and PCTs not passed to the commissioning groups were transferred to NHS Property Services. The company now manages, maintains and develops the properties on behalf of the DoH.[1]

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