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The All Party Parliamentary Group for Healthcare Infrastructure is a cross-party forum that seeks to highlight the importance of the physical infrastructure of health and social care and how high-quality health infrastructure is essential to the delivery of high-quality healthcare to patients.

About the Group

The APPG for Healthcare infrastructure is a cross-party group of parliamentarians and is not an official body of the UK Parliament.

Contact the group

Connect provide the Secretariat to the Group on behalf of the Group sponsors. For information on Connect’s clients, please visit the PRCA Register.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about the APPG, please contact us on 0207 592 9592 or email healthinfrappg@connectpa.co.uk

This is not an official website [or Feed] of parliament. It has not been approved by either House. APPGs are informal groups of Parliamentarians with a common interest in particular issues. The views expressed are those of the group.

Officers
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Chair: Chris Green MP

Chris Green is the Conservative MP for Bolton West, and has been an MP continuously since 7 May 2015.

  • Chair: Chris Green MP

  • Vice-Chair: Lord Bethell

  • Vice Chair: Karin Smyth MP

  • Vice-Chair: Lord Naseby

  • Vice-Chair: Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP

  • Officer: Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP

  • Officer: Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP

  • Officer: Nick Fletcher MP

  • Officer Peter Dowd MP

Copies of the minutes from the APPG’s AGM and the approved Income and Expenditure Statement can be found under the ‘Group materials’ section.

For more information about the APPG and its Officers, please consult the latest version of the Register of All-Party Parliamentary Groups published every six weeks by the UK Parliament.

All-Party Parliamentary Group for Healthcare Infrastructure - Report Launch

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The APPG for Healthcare Infrastructure has today, Tuesday 18 October, launched its latest annual report. This first report of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Healthcare Infrastructure is intended to inform and sit alongside the ten-year Capital Strategy being produced by the Department for Health and Social Care and includes 10 recommendations for the Department.

Read Full Report.

For further details and queries, please contact the Secretariat on healthcareinfrastructureappg@connectpa.co.uk.

Meetings

  • Wednesday, 24 November 2021 – Inaugural AGM

  • Tuesday, 18 January 2022 – How the NHS can support communities during COVID-19

  • Tuesday, 15 March 2022 – Refresh of the Health Infrastructure Strategy (HIP)

  • Monday, 16 May 2022 – Evidence session on Short, Medium and Long-Term Needs for NHS Infrastructure

  • Tuesday, 14 June 2022 - Evidence session on Short, Medium and Long-Term Needs for NHS Infrastructure

  • Tuesday, 10 January 2023 - Update on the New Hospital Programme

  • Tuesday, 21 February 2023 - Innovation in Healthcare Infrastructure (and AGM)

  • Tuesday, 12 September 2023 – Capital and estate within the new ICS structure

Upcoming event

APPG for Healthcare Infrastructure: The Future of the Primary Care Estate

Date: Tuesday 12 December

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Venue: Room R, Portcullis House, London (and via Zoom)

This meeting will be a roundtable discussion chaired by the APPG Chair, Chris Green MP. It will consider “The Future of the Primary Care Estate”, exploring what the future of the primary care estate looks like and what actions Government must take to ensure this can be delivered.

To register, please email healthinfrappg@connectpa.co.uk

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Group Sponsors

The work of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Healthcare Infrastructure is supported by the following organisations:

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