ICS Budget Directory


Confirmed budgets allocated to England's Integrated Care Systems

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You are reading the Stotles ICS Budget Directory. The aim of this directory is to help public sector suppliers identify the most prosperous target accounts and funded opportunities this fiscal year.

39 of England’s 42 Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) have published Capital Resource Plans, revealing funding sources, capital allocations and confirmed projects for 2023/2024. This budget directory centralises and consolidates this data to provide a single source of truth on funding allocated to ICSs.

ICS Budgets in 2023/2024

Published annually by Integrated Care Board's (ICBs), Capital Resource Plans reveal a "Capital Departmental Expenditure Limit" (CDEL) for their ICS. CDEL's are essentially a combined total budget for the fiscal year.

To help you understand the funding available, we have ranked ICSs by their CDELs below.

Click through on any ICS to access detailed budget summaries for their region, including: funding sources, capital allocations and upcoming projects.

This information was obtained from individual ICS Capital Resource Plans, publicly available on each ICB's public domain.

As of 22/08/2023, the following ICSs have not published publicly accessible capital resource plans and have not been included in this report:  Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West ICS, Gloucestershire ICS and Greater Manchester ICS.

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Demystifying Capital Resource Plans

The table above provides a summary of ICS budgets sourced from Capital Resource Plans.

To help the reader understand how these budgets are typically to authorities within ICSs, this section provides explanatory notes on North West London's capital breakdown as an example case.

Spotlight on North West London ICS

With a CDEL of £343m, North West London (NWL) boasts the largest budget of London's 5 ICSs in 2023/2024.

Responsible for equitably distributing capital to the 9 Trusts across their ICS, North West London's Capital Resource Plan reveals how the ICB will allocate funding in the 2023/24 fiscal year.

Understanding NWL's Capital Resource Plan

Below is a summary table of North West London's Capital Resource Plan, showing assumed funding sources and allocations for trusts across the ICS.

For simplicity, the figures are rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access the full capital breakdown, please read the official publication here.

Authority Operational Capital National Programes Upgrades and
New Hospital Programme
Other Total CDEL (Budget)
North West London ICB £4.3m 0 0 0 £4.3m
Central North West London FT £14.5m £0.6m 0 £1.5m £16.5m
Central London Community Healthcare Trust £10.3m 0 0 0 £10.3m
Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust £33.5m £46.1m 0 £2.6m £82.2m
Imperial College Healthcare Trust £63.9m £12.6m 0 0 £76.5m
London Ambulance Service £27.0m £0.6m 0 £1.2m £28.8m
London North West University Healthcare Trust £28.9m £25.4m 0 £1.0m £55.4m
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Trust £21.3m £1.0m £26.2m 0 £48.4m
West London Mental Health Trust £20.0m 0 0 £1.2m £21.1m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £223.5m £86.3m £26.2m £7.5m £343.5m

North West London ICS has a total CDEL of £343.5m, including £223.5m of Operational Capital, £86.3m from National Programme funding and £26.2m from New Hospital Programme & upgrades.

These funding sources are evident in the bottom row of the table and are explained below.

Operational Capital:

NHS trusts use this budget to support ‘business as usual’ schemes, such as backlog maintenance, equipment replacement and IT expenditure. NHS England provide ICB's a capital allocation at the start of the financial year. ICB's are then responsible for distributing it to member trusts based on the needs of their population.

Suppliers working in Medical Technology and IT & Software can target authorities based on these budgets allocations.

National Programmes:

National Programme funding is held centrally by NHS England, directed towards trusts priority projects like Targeted Investment Fund, Frontline Digitisation, Diagnostics and Mental Health, among others.

To obtain national programme funding, NHS authorities submit a business case for an upcoming project. If successful, NHS England will confirm a capital allocation. As this budget is designated for specific projects , suppliers should use Capital Resource Plans to qualify the business case before engaging authorities over this budget.

Upgrades and National Hospital Programmes (NHP):

Upgrades and NHP funding is held centrally by NHS England and is allocated to trusts undertaking national strategic projects in building or construction, specifically new hospitals and hospital upgrades.

Suppliers working in construction can target authorities based on these budget allocations.

Other:

Other funding includes technical accounting adjustments such as PFI residual interest and the Impact of IFRS 16. In some cases, funding that falls into "Other" may also include small donations, or peppercorn leases.

This is not a specific "budget" to engage over and primarily relates to adjustments based on the previous years spending, and the appreciation/depreciation of held assets.

Total Capital Departmental Expenditure Limit (CDEL):

A CDEL is essentially a total system budget. It is the sum of operational capital, national programme funding, upgrades and NHP and other technical accounting metrics. The final column of the table shows a total CDEL for each member trust, which sums to the total ICS CDEL.

To help you visualise this funding, we have provided an infographic of the capital allocation in North West London below.

Procurement opportunities in North West London

As well as confirming funding sources and allocations, Capital Resource Plans also reveals major projects that have received funding for the upcoming year. This section provides further detail on projects funding has been allocated for, and highlights confirmed procurement opportunities that suppliers can pre-engage over.

Below, we've highlighted major ongoing projects and upcoming business cases for 2023/2024 within NWL ICS, confirmed within the Capital Resource Plan.

Ongoing Schemes

Details of ongoing projects started in previous fiscal years.

  • Urgent & Emergency Care (UEC) for the ICS held at CWFT (£26m).
  • Front Line Digitisation at THH (£1m) and LAS (£0.7m);
  • Community Diagnostics Centre LNWHT (£19.2m) and Imperial (£12.2m);
  • Diagnostics Digital Capacity Imperial (£0.4m,)
  • Endoscopy LNWHT (£6.2m);
  • Targeted Investment Fund (TIF) - Ambulatory Diagnostics Centre and Treatment
  • Centre Redevelopment (£20.1m) CWFT.
  • Mental Health UEC - Discharge lounges CNWL (£0.5m)

Upcoming Business Cases

Details of key business cases the ICB plan to submit in 2023/2024.

  • WLMH: Full Business Case (FBC) for Broadmoor. Relates to 2024/25.
  • THH – New Hospital Programme (Outline Business Case stage).

While this does not capture all the upcoming procurement opportunities in the region, it does provides a strong indicator of the most important strategic projects for NWL ICS. To access a full view of contract opportunities as they emerge from NWL ICS, click the banner below to sign up for Stotles for free.

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ICS Budget Summaries

Now we have demonstrated how to understand NHS financial data, the remainder of this directory provides budget summaries and confirmed procurement projects for each ICS, based on information provided in publicly available Capital Resource Plans.

The ICSs are listed in alphabetical order and can be scrolled through from this point forward. Alternatively, if you are interested in a particular ICS, use the contents bar on the left-hand-side to jump directly to their budget summary. 

Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a summary version of Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access the most detailed capital breakdown, read the full plan here.

Operational Capital Upgrades and NHP National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire ICB
£1.6m 0 0 £0.5m £2.1m
Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £13.6m £22.2m £34.4m £2.3m £72.4m
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust £13.9m £6.7m £13.7m £7.6m £41.8m
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust £15.9m 0 £17.2m £5.5m £38.6m
Total CDEL (Budget) £43.3m £28.8m £65.4m £15.9m £154.9m



Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire ICS has a total CDEL of £154.9m, including £43.3m of Operational capital, £28.8m in NHP & upgrades and £65.4m in National Programme funding.

The Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes:

  • Royal United Hospitals Bath Cancer Centre: NHP redevelopment)
  • Sulis Elective Orthopaedic Centre: Elective recovery programme
  • Great Western Hospitals: Expand and reconfigure UEC front door
  • Sulis Hospital: Build Community Diagnostics Centre
  • EPR: frontline digitisation programme will commence in 2024/2025
  • BSW, BNSSG and Gloucester: Build LDA facility to cover North side of Southwest.

Business Cases for 2023/2024

  • Orthopaedic Centre (Business case in final stage)
  • Community Diagnostic Centre (Business case in final stage)
  • Electronic Patient Records (Business case in final stage)
  • LDA Hub (Business case preparing for submission)
  • ICB will continue to submit plans for approval of spend on GP IT

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a summary version of Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes' Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access the most detailed capital breakdown, read the full plan here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
NHS Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Integrated Care Board £1.7m 0 0 £0m £1.7m
Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £27.4m £56.4m £7.2m £0.2m £91.2m
Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £16.7m £1.2m £4.5m £0m £22.4m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £45.8m £57.6m £11.7m £0.2m £115.2m



Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS has a total CDEL of £115.2m, including £45.8m of Operational Capital, £11.7m in National Programme funding and £57.6m in NHP & upgrades.

The Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes:

  • Community Diagnostics Centres (£6.1m)
  • Acute Services Block (£52m)
  • Electronic Patient Record (£5m)
  • Primary Care Hub (£4m)

Business Cases for 2023/2024

  • The Full Business Case for the development of the North Bedford Hub was submitted to NHS England at the end of September 2022.
  • Community Diagnostic Centre business cases for Bedford, Milton Keynes, and, later, Luton.
  • Integrated Care Board: GP IT (£1.7m)

Birmingham and Solihull ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a summary version of Birmingham and Solihull ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the full plan here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care Board £2.6m 0 0 £0m £2.6m
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust £7.0m 0 0 £0.6m £7.6m
Birmingham Community Healthcare £6.4m 0 0 £2.3m £8.7m
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust £20.9m 0 £20.4m £9.9m £51.1m
Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
£3.9m 0 0 £0m £3.9m
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
£37.1m 0 £31.4m £34.5m £103.0m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £77.8m 0 £51.8m £47.4m £177.1m


Birmingham and Solihull ICS has a total CDEL of £177.1m, including £77.8m of Operational Capital and £51.8m in National Programme funding.

The Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

Key schemes which commenced in 2022/23 and which will continue into and be completed in 2023/24, include

  • Solihull Elective Hub and Paediatric Hub, both funded through the Targeted Investment Fund

Upcoming Business Cases

  • Mental Health Capacity bid
  • Frontline Digitisation bids for Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS FT and Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS FT
  • Heartlands Hospital Maternity Unit Refurbishment (including Neonatal facility)
  • Heartlands Hospital Emergency Village development
  • Birmingham Children’s Hospital Emergency Department
  • Community Diagnostic Hub for South Birmingham
  • Potential bid for ICU/HDU/Neonatal Surgery at Birmingham Women’s and
    Children’s NHS FT

Black Country ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a summary version of Black Country ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
NHS Black Country Integrated Care Board £2.2m 0 0 0 £2.2m
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust £7.5m 0 £7.7m £2.3m £17.5m
The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust £20.9m 0 £18.8m £2.7m £42.5m
Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust £9.1m 0 0 £5.1m £14.1m
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust £7.3m 0 £38.4m £1.2m £46.9m
Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust £20.0m £32.1m 0 £0.8m £53.0m
West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust £14.6m 0 0 £9.8m £24.4m
Dudley Integrated Health and Care NHS Trust £0.2m 0 0 0 £0.2m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £81.8m £32.1m £65.0m £21.9m £200.8m


Black Country ICS has a total CDEL of £200.8m, including £81.8m of Operational Capital, £32.1m in NHP upgrades and £65m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Multiple sites: Electronic Patient Record systems (£46m)
  • Midland Metropolitan Hospital: Hospital upgrades ongoing since 2015 (£731m total forecast)
  • West Midlands Ambulance Service: Replacement of Emergency Ambulances (£6.8m)
  • Various trusts: Community Diagnostic Hubs (£19m)
  • Walsall: Eradication of dormitories (£29.3m)
  • Sandwell: Eradication of dormitories (37.4m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Multiple sites: Elective hub cannock: (£32.6m)
  • Dudley Group NHS FT: Eradication of dormitories scheme (£17m)
  • Multiple sites: Additional PCN capacity
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Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a sumamary version of Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire ICB £3.5m 0 0 £5.5m £9.0m
Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust £3.2m £6.2m £6.5m £4.7m £20.6m
North Bristol NHS Trust £29.4m £0 £31.3m £14.1m £74.8m
University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust £29.2m 0 £5.4m £9.3m £54.0m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £75.3m £6.2m £43.2 £33.6m £158.3m


Bristol, North Somerset and South GloucestershireICS has a total CDEL of £158.3m, including £75.3m of Operational Capital, £6.2m in NHP upgrades and £43.2m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Central Weston: New GP Facility
  • Avon and Wiltshire: Callington Road re-development (ST Wave 3 capital)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Multiple sites: Elective care centre
  • Stroke Reprovision programme (Additional Capacity Targeted Investment Fund)
  • North Bristol: Elective Recovery (£25.0m)
  • North Bristol & University Hospitals Bristol and Weston:Diagnostic Imaging (£2.2m)
  • Avon and Wiltshire & University Hospitals Bristol and Weston: Front Line Digitisation (£2.8m)
  • Avon and Wiltshire: Mental Health (£4.7m)

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Cambridge and Peterborough ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have removed rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough ICB £1.6m 0 0 0 £1.6m
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £35.0m £17.0m £0.8m £21.6m £74.4m
North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust £21.9m £10.8m £17.8m £10.2m £60.7m
Royal Papworth NHS Foundation Trust £2.6m 0 0 £1.2m £3.8m
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust £4.5m 0 £1.0m £8.7m £14.2m
Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS TRUST £3.8m 0 0 £1.0m £4.8m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £69.3m £27.8m £19.7m £42.8m £159.5m


Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ICS has a total CDEL of £159.5m, including £69.3m of Operational Capital, £27.8m in NHP upgrades and £19.7m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • North Cambs Hospital in Wisbech: Phase 4 redevelopment project
  • Hinchingbrooke theatre: New build project
  • Development of Shared Care Record: Phase 2 of project
  • Cambridge Surgical Hub: 3 ring fenced elective orthopaedic/neurology theatres.

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Peterborough City Hospital: 4th floor conversion
  • Hinchingbrooke Hospital: RAAC programme
  • Multiple sites: ICS wide electronic patient record
  • Mental health inpatient ward

Cheshire and Merseyside ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Cheshire and Merseyside ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
ICB £4.7m 0 0 0 £4.7m
PROVIDER
1
£14.6m 0 £6.5 0 £21.10m
PROVIDER
2
£2.10m 0 £0.4m £0.7m £1.6m
PROVIDER
3
£4.5m 0 £3.4m £0.4m £8.3m
PROVIDER
4
£45.3m 0 £0.3m £2.0m £47.5m
PROVIDER
5
£3.5m 0 £9.2 0.2m £12.9m
PROVIDER
6
£6.1m 0 0 0 £6.1m
PROVIDER
7
£39.4m £18.2m £19.7 £3.0m £80.3m
PROVIDER
8
£5.0m 0 0 £0.1m £5.2m
PROVIDER
9
£16.0m 0 £39.1m £6.5m £61.7m
PROVIDER
10
£31.0m 0 £13.6m £3.4m £47.9m
PROVIDER
11
£19.5m 0 0 0 £19.5m
PROVIDER
12
£5.0m 0 £3.9m £3.3m £12.4m
PROVIDER
13
£7.30m 0 0 0 £7.41m
PROVIDER
14
£4.8m 0 0 £1.40m £6.2m
PROVIDER 15 £8.9m 0 £10.9m £5.0m £24.8m
PROVIDER
16
£4.4m 0 0 0 £4.4m
PROVIDER 17 £12.7 0 £14.1m 0 £26.8m
RESERVE £8.1m 0 0 0 £8.1m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £242.8m £18.2m £121.1m £24.7m £406.8m


Cheshire and Merseyside ICS has a total CDEL of £406.8m, including £242.8m of Operational Capital, £18.2m in NHP upgrades and £121.1m in National Programme Funding. Unfortunately, the plan does not refer to member trusts by name, making it difficult to understand  who capital has been allocated towards.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Eradication of RAAC (£63m)
  • NHP (£18m)
  • Community Diagnostic Centres (£10.6m)
  • Elective Recovery (£25.7m)
  • EPR development (£39m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • New EPR systems at Liverpool University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Warrington & Halton Hospital Foundation Trust and Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust.
  • New Community Diagnostic Centres at East Cheshire Trust and Liverpool University Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Elective Recovery investment at Liverpool University Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation trust

Cornwall and The Isles Of Scilly ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other   Total CDEL (Budget)
Cornwall ICB £1.1m 0 0 £0m £1.1m
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust £3.4m 0 £17.4m £3.9m £24.8m
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust £20.5m £28.8m £26.2m £2.6m £77.0m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £25.0m £28.8m £43.6m £6.6m £102.8m


Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly ICS has a total CDEL of £102.8m, including £25m of Operational Capital, £28.8m in NHP upgrades and £43.6m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • The ICS plans to spend 34% (£8.1m) of its provider operational capital on backlog maintenance.
  • 39% (£9.3m) is planned to be spent on equipment, with diagnostics equipment accounting for £6.7m of this.
  • 18% (£4.3m) will be spent on new build theatres and critical care, including Community Diagnostic Centres
  • A further 9% (£2.2m) will be spent on information management and technology (IMT), this includes
    clinical systems, cybersecurity, hardware and software.

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • National Hospital Programme: Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust (RCHT) Women and Children’s Hospital at Treliske £28.770m
  • Electronic Patient Record (EPR) (£13.9m)
  • Digital Diagnostics (£2.4m),
  • West Cornwall re-development scheme (£9.1m),
  • Elective Surgical Hub (ESH) (£7.6m),
  • Community Diagnostic Centres (CDC) (£7.2m)
  • Urgent and emergency care (UEC) capacity £3m
  • Mental Health transformation (as part of urgent emergency care) (£0.4m).
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Coventry and Warwickshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Coventry and Warwickshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Coventry and Warwickshire ICB £1.7m 0 0 £0m £1.7m
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust £9.4m 0 0 £0.4m £9.8m
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust £8.7m 0 £17.3m £0.2m £26.2m
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust £7.5m 0 £2.8m £1.9m £12.2m
University Hospitals Coventry And Warwickshire NHS Trust £14.0m 0 £10.3m £12.8m £37m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £39.7m 0 £30.3m £15.3m £87.0m


Coventry and Warwickshire ICS has a total CDEL of £87.0m, including £39.7m of Operational Capital and £30.3m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • South Warwickshire: Community Diagnostic Centre (Year 2 of 3)
  • South Warwickshire: Completion of new Ellen Badger Community Hub
  • University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire: Elective Discharge expansion (£2.2m)
  • Cauldon Centre: Maintenance and upgrades

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • University Hospitals Coventry And Warwickshire: EPR Digitisation (£6.8m)
  • University Hospitals Coventry And Warwickshire: Community Diagnostics Centre (£3.5m)
  • George Elliot Hospital: Community Diagnostics Centre and UEC Capacity (£17.3m)

Derby and Derbyshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Derby and Derbyshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Derby ICB £1.8m 0 0 £0 £1.8m
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust £14.7m 0 £22.5m £23.8m £61.2m
Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £8.10m 0 £7.1m £0.5m £15.7m
Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust £3.9m 0 £5.0m £0m £8.9m
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust £19.5m 0 £48.9m £0m £68.3m
East Midlands Ambulance Service £8.9m 0 0 £6.0m £14.9m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £56.9m 0 £83.7m £30.2m £170.9m


Derby and Derbyshire ICS has a total CDEL of £170.9m, including £56.9m of Operational Capital and £83.7m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • The ICS will continue to implement the Community Diagnostics Centres across
  • Chesterfield Royal Hospital: Urgent care village
  • Derbyshire Healthcare: Dormitories project year 2 (~ £107m)

 Business Cases

  • There are no current business cases being worked up by Derby and Derbyshire ICS

Devon ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Devon ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Devon ICB £2.1m 0 0 £6.6m £8.8m
Devon Partnership NHS Trust £7.1m 0 £6.1m £2.4m £15.6m
Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust £31.1m 0 £25.7m £15.5m £72.3m
Torbay and South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust £21.2m £6.4m £26.3m £2.8m £56.8m
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust £27.7m £17.7m £30.4m £48.0m £123.9m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £89.3m £24.1m £88.7m £75.4m £277.4m


Devon ICS has a total CDEL of £277.4m, including £89.3m of Operational Capital, £24.1m in NHP Upgrades and £88.7m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Plymouth: 3 new Orthopaedic Theatres via elective recovery fund (£8m)
  • Plymouth: Completion of the expanded and refurbished Endoscopy unit and Cardiology Cath Labs (£7.5m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • University Hospital Plymouth: As per the plan key business cases with provisional national PDC funding include the Electronic Patient Records system,with the full business case expected to be completed and approved this year.
  • Devon Partnership Trust: Digital Infrastructure –  Full Business Case submitted to the Frontline Digitisation Team 31/05/2023
  • Royal Devon University Healthcare Trust: Refresh of its Vascular Hybrid Theatres

Dorset ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Dorset ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades and New Hospital Programmes National programme Funding Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Dorset Integrated Care Board £1.4m 0 0 0 £1.4m
Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £7.5m £3.9m £12.6m £5.0m £29.0m
Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust £10m £11.5m £7.5m £4.3m £33.3m
University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust £25.9m £92.5m £80.2m £1.0m £199.5m
South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust £20.9m 0 0 £10.6m £31.5m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £66.6m £107.9m £100.3m £20.9m £294.7m


Dorset ICS has a total CDEL of £294.7m, including £66.6m of Operational Capital, £107.9m in NHP Upgrades and £100.3m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Major Projects 2023/2024:

  • South Walks House: Building works (Targeted Investment Fund) are underway
  • Dorset County Hospital: estates (£4.2m), digital (£2.9m), medical equipment (£0.9m)
  • Dorset Healthcare: St Ann's NHP (£11.5m), Blandford CAMHS Site Construction (£3.0m), backlog maintenance (£2.3m), IM&T Programme (£5.8m)
  • University Hospitals Dorset: Backlog estates work at Poole (£26m)
  • Dorset Integrated Care Board: IT for primary care (£1.4m)
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Frimley ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Frimley ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Frimley ICB £1.2m 0 0 £1.7m £3.0
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust £39.2m 0 £20.7m 0 £59.9m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £40.4m 0 £20.7m £1.7m £62.9m


Frimley ICS has a total CDEL of £62.9m, including £40.4m of Operational Capital and £20.7m in National Programme funding.

This Capital Resource Plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Frimley Health Trust: M Block Redevelopment Scheme, Full Business Case completion 23/24
  • Frimley Park site: RAAC fail safe programme

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Wave 2 programme, Integrated Care Hubs (£28.4m)
  • Slough Community Diagnostic Centre (£25m)

Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Public Dividend Capital * Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care Board £3.1m - £0m £3.1m
Hampshire
Hospitals NHS
Foundation Trust
£17.8m £35.5m £22.6m £75.8m
Isle of
Wight
NHS Trust
£7.2m £29.4m £2.5m £39.1m
Portsmouth
Hospitals
University NHS
Trust
£13.8m £56.2m £13.5m £83.6m
Solent NHS Trust £8.9m £12.7m £5m £26.5m
South Central
Ambulance Service
NHS Foundation
Trust
£6.5m 0 £14.9m £21.4m
Southern
Health
Foundation
Trust
£8.9m £1.0m £6.7m £16.6m
University
Hospital
Southampton
£49.5m £2.0m £21.5m £73.1m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £115.7m £136.8m £89.7m £339.3m

Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICS has a total CDEL of £339.3m, including £115.7m of Operational Capital and £136.8m in Public Dividend Capital.

*This Capital Resource Plan does not split Public Dividend Capital by National Programme funding and NHP & upgrades, so we have left this as an aggregated figure for this ICS.*

The plan highlights major projects this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Western Community Hospital bed optimisation
  • Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust: New emergency department
  • Newport: New integrated mental health and community hub
  • St Mary's Hospital: Improved intensive care unit, new emergency care floor & acute bed reconfiguration

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Isle of Wight: “Investing In Our Future” programme, includes various upgrades at St Mary's Hospital including digital infrastructure and technology (£27.5m)
  • Queen Alexandra Hospital: New emergency department (£31.5m)
  • Western Community Hospital site: New rehabilitation unit (£10m)
  • University Hospital Southampton: Major decarbonisation scheme (£11m)
  • ICS wide: Community Diagnostic Centres
  • Royal Hampshire County Hospital: Elective hub and orthopaedic outpatients scheme (subject to business case approval)
  • Electronic Patient Record implementation funding (£50m)

Herefordshire and Worcestershire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is Herefordshire and Worcestershire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

TOTAL CDEL (Budget)
Total Operational Capital £26.7m
Upgrades & NHP Programmes 0
National Programmes £48.6m
Total CDEL (Budget) £80.5m


Herefordshire and Worcestershire ICS has a total CDEL of £80.5m, including £26.7m of Operational Capital and £48.6m in National Programme funding. The ICB did not disclose how this capital will be allocated to member trusts.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Business Cases 2023/2024:

  • Clinical equipment (£2.3m)
  • Site developments (£1.6m)
  • IT (£3.5m)
  • GP Practice IT (£1.0m)
  • ICB Corporate IT (£0.1m)
  • IT Clinical System Upgrades (£11.4m)
  • Mental health dormitories redevelopment (£4.9m)
  • Theatres redevelopment (£19.6m)
  • Diagnostics development (£12.2m)

Hertfordshire and West Essex ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Hertfordshire and West Essex ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.  

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Hertfordshire and West Essex ICB £6.7m 0 0 £2.1m £8.8m
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust £18.4m 0 0 £24.5m £42.8m
Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust £4.6m 0 0 £0.4m £4.9m
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust £9.00m 0 £1.9m £7.2m £18.1m
Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust
£14.3m 0 £14.9m 0 £29.2m
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
£18.8m £26.4m £37.6m 0 £82.7m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £71.65m £26.4m £54.4mm £34.1m £186.5m


Hertfordshire and West Essex ICS has a total CDEL of £186.5m, including £71.6m of Operational Capital, £26.4m of NHP programmes & upgrades and £54.4m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Hertfordshire and West Essex ICB: GP IT upgrades (£m's)
  • Hertfordshire and West Essex ICB: Elective Hub (£2.9m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Community Diagnostic Centre (Business case submitted to NHSE)
  • West Essex: Phase 2 Community Diagnostic Centre (Business case in development)
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Humber and North Yorkshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Humber and North Yorkshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Humber & North Yorkshire ICB £5.6m 0 0 £0.1m £5.7m
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust £10.0m 0 £16.0m £0m £26.0m
Hull University Teaching Hospitals Trust £20.6m 0 £22.9m £3.6m £47.1m
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust £7.6m 0 £2.0m 0 £9.6m
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Trust £19.1m £2.0m £25.5m £1.2m £47.7m
York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals £19.2m £8.9m £9.8m £7.3m £45.1m
TOTAL System CDEL (Budget) £82.1m £10.9m £76.2m £12.1m £181.1m


Humber and North Yorkshire ICS has a total CDEL of £181.1m, including £82.1m of Operational Capital, £10.9m in NHP upgrades and £76.2m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Business Cases for 2023/2024:

  • Scarborough General Hospital – Urgent Emergency Care (£9m)
  • Electronic Patient Record (£18m)
  • Targeted Investment Fund schemes for elective recovery (£34m)
  • Community Diagnostic Centres (£17m)
  • Other diagnostics (£6m)
  • Catterick Integrated Care Campus (£2.5m)

Kent and Medway ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Kent and Medway ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Kent & Medway ICB £3.3m 0 0 0 £3.3m
Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust £7.0m 0 £13.9m £1.5m £22.3m
Medway NHS Foundation Trust £12.4m 0 £10.1m 0 £22.5m
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust £14.0m 0 £22.6m £46.2m £82.8m
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust £19.9m 0 £5.6m 0 £25.5m
Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust £11.9m 0 £1.2m £2.4m £20.7m
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust £7.8m 0 £3.0m £1.3m £14.1m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £83.4m 0 £56.3m £51.4m £191.2m

Kent and Medway ICS has a total CDEL of £191.2m, including £83.4m of Operational Capital and £56.3m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • ICS Wide: Each of the four places in Kent and Medway (East Kent, West Kent, Dartford, Gravesham
    and Swanley and Medway and Swale) each have a CDC in differing stages of development.
  • Kent and Medway Trust: Mental health Dormitories (£12.6m)
  • Dartford and Gravesham Trust: ICU redevelopment.
  • East Kent: A&E expansion at William Harvey Hospital and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital (£30m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Kent and Medway are also pursuing a digital strategy that will transform how they approach and deliver our care, including
    patient wearables and a Kent and Medway care record.
  • East Kent Trust: Developing phase 2 of their
    Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) business case, which will be submitted to NHS England during 2023.
  • Kent and Medway Trust: Elective Orthopaedic Centre (c£40m)

Lancashire and South Cumbria ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Lancashire and South Cumbria ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Lancashire & South Cumbria ICB £3.1m 0 0 £0.5m £3.6m
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £21.1m 0 £22.8m £0m £43.9m
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £14.0m 0 £4.9m £7.3m £26.3m
Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust £14.4m 0 £1.4m 0 £15.8m
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £22.4m £0.9m £12.7m £0.4m £36.3m
North West Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust £23.8m 0 0 £4.7m £28.5m
University Hospitals of Morecambe NHS Foundation Trust £19.2m £0.4m £10.7m £0m £30.2m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £118.0m £1.2m £52.5m £12.8m £184.6m

Lancashire and South Cumbria ICS has a total CDEL of £184.6m, including £118.0m of Operational Capital, £1.2m in NHP upgrades and £52.5m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Community Diagnostic Centres (£10m)
  • Elective Recovery (£25m)
  • Eradication of RAAC (£3m)
  • Front line digitisation (£15m)
  • New Hospitals Programme (NHP) - ongoing development of the business case

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Blackpool Foundation Trust: New Electronic Patient Records (EPR) system (£14.8m)
  • Work will also continue on the NHP business case with £1.2m planned to be spent in year.

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland ICB £5.8m 0 0 0 £5.8m
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust £44.7m £1.1m £47.6m £10.1m £103.4m
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust £12.8m 0 £2.3m £5.2m £20.2m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £63.3m £1.1m £49.8m £15.2m £129.4m

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland ICS has a total CDEL of £129.4m, including £63.3m of Operational Capital, £1.1m in NHP upgrades and £49.8m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust:

  • LLR Reconfiguration scheme (£1.1m)
  • Elective Hub (£16.2m)
  • Urgent and Emergency Care Capacity (£30.5m)
  • Diagnostic imaging Capacity (£0.9m)

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust’s LPT)

  • Community Diagnostic Centres (£0.3m)
  • Urgent and Emergency Care Capacity (£2m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Glenfield site: Outlining business case for the Mental Health hospital reconfiguration (£110m)
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Lincolnshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Lincolnshire ICB's Capital Resource plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Lincolnshire ICB £1.5m 0 0 £0m £1.5m
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust £23.7m 0 £14.2m £0.8m £38.0m
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust £3.0m 0 £8.1m £0.4m £11.4m
Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust £3.2m 0 0 £0.8m £4.0m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £31.3m 0 £22.3m £2.3m £55.0m

Lincolnshire ICS has a total CDEL of £55m, including £31.3m of Operational Capital and £22.3m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Pilgrim ED – Progressing but slightly behind plan.
  • Endoscopy – Short-form business case being completed at the moment with a view to submit April/May 2023
  • Community Diagnostic Centres 1 & 2

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Mental Health Dormitories – Boston (to JISC in late summer 2023)
  • Electronic Patient Record (ePR) – OBC currently under review and update
  • Skegness: Community Diagnostic Centre 2
  • Lincoln County Hospital: Endoscopy
  • Stroke Services
  • Mortuary Development

Mid and South Essex ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Mid and South Essex ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades and New Hospital Programme National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Mid and South Essex ICB £2.0m 0 0 0 £2.0m
Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust £51.3m 0 £52.6m £11.1m £115.0m
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust tenders and contracts £12.9m 0 £6.7m £2.8m £22.4m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £66.2m 0 £59.3m £13.9m £139.3m

Mid and South Essex ICS has a total CDEL of £139m, including £66.2m of Operational Capital and £59.3m in National Programme funding.

The ICB has a number of Business Cases in progress or already approved for 2023/24. This includes:

  • ICS wide: Electronic Patient Record (£36.2m)
  • Mid and South Essex Trust: Thurrock and Braintree Community Diagnostics Centre (£13.8m)
  • Mid and South Essex Trust: Pitsea Community Diagnostics Centre (£7.8m, subject to approval)
  • ICS wide Mental Health programmes (approved)

Norfolk and Waveney ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Norfolk and Waveney's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP National Programme Funding Total CDEL (Budget)
Norfolk and Waveney ICB 0 0 0 0
James Paget University Hospital £7.0m 0 0 £7.0m
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital £14.6m 0 0 £14.6m
Queen Elizabeth Hospital £6.7m 0 - £6.7m
Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust £12.6m 0 0 £12.6m
Norfolk Community Health and Care £4.8m 0 0 £4.8m
Total ICS £42.0m 0 0 £42.0m

Norfolk and Waveney ICS has a total CDEL of £42m, entirely comprised of their operational capital allocation.

The ICB did not disclose any major ongoing schemes or business cases for 2023/2024.

North Central London ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of North Central London ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
North Central London ICB £16.0m 0 0 0 £16.0m
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust £10.4m 0 0 0 £10.4m
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust £7.6m £38.1m £0.1m 0 £45.8m
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust £33.6m 0 £0.3m £3.8m £37.7m
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £10.6m £33.9m £6.8m 0 £51.2m
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust £11.00m 0 £0.6m £2.0m £13.6m
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust £48.1m 0 £1.0m £3.5m £52.6m
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust £9.0m 0 £12.6m 0 £21.6m
Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust £2.2m 0 0 0 £2.4m
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
£34.8m 0 £5.3m £12.6m £52.8m
Whittington Health NHS Trust £12.2m 0 £12.7m 0 £24.9m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £195.7m £71.9m £39.4m £21.9m £329.0m

North Central London ICS has a total CDEL of £329m, including £195.7m of Operational Capital, £71.9m in NHP & upgrades and £39.4m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • St Pancras Redevelopment project: Continued construction of new mental health facilities in Highgate East and Lowther Road
  • Elective Recovery plan: New facilities for waiting list reductions and stroke pathways

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Digital: There is a minimum of three EPR business cases that NWL will seek final approval for in 2023/24.
  • St Pancreas Estate Development: Redeveloping the St Pancras site, building an integrated mental health centre in Camden, and relocating services from St Pancras.
  • Integrated health hub (IHH): Multi year project proposal is being developed.
  • Diagnostic Capacity: Submissions for the continued revenue funding of the two CDC sites will be submitted in year for 2024/25 funding.

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North East and North Cumbria ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of North East and North Cumbria ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
North East and North Cumbria ICB £5.5m 0 0 0 £5.5m
County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust £15.4m £25.7m 0 £10.3m £51.3m
Cumbria, Northumberland Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust £8.8m £6.7m £5.0m £3.5m £24.00m
Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust £9.5m 0 £17.9m 0 £26.4m
North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundaiton Trust £12.1m 0 £32.1m £4.4m £48.7m
North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust £10.6 0 0 £1.4m £12.0m
North Tees AND Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust £17.3m 0 £23.2m £0.7m £41.2m
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust £52.6m 0 £4.00m £0.7m £57.3m
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £11.9m 0 £15.0m £7.4m £34.3m
South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust £18.9m 0 0 £7.3m £26.2m
Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust £13.9m 0 £1.7m £0.3m £15.9m
The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £37.4m 0 0 £13.2m £50.6m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £213.9m £32.4m £97.9m £49.1m £393.2m

North East and North Cumbria  ICS has a total CDEL of £393.2m, including £213.9m of Operational Capital, £32.4m in NHP & upgrades and £97.9m in National Programme funding.

This plan does not provide further details on what projects this funding will be allocated towards.

North East London ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of North East London ICB's Capital Resource plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
North East London ICB £3.8m 0 0 £0.7m £4.5m
Barking, Havering And Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust £15.3m 0 £34.3m £4.6m £54.2m
Barts Health NHS Trust £41.2m £13.7m £25.8m £36.8m £117.5m
East London NHS Foundation Trust £9.8m 0 0 £4.5m £14.3m
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £12.0m 0 £13.5m 0 £25.5m
North East London NHS Foundation Trust £13.2m 0 £17.0m £6.5m £36.7m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £95.3m £13.7m £90.5m £53.1m £252.9m

North East London ICS has a total CDEL of £252.9m, including £95.3m of Operational Capital, £13.7m in NHP & upgrades and £90.5m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

Specific large schemes include

  • Homerton University Hospital: completion of intensive treatment unit  (£7.5m)
  • North East:St Georges wellbeing hub (£6.3m)
  • Barts: fire remediation works(£20m)
  • Barts: medical equipment (£6m)

TIF £40.8m

  • Barking, Havering And Redbridge King George Hospital (KGH) elective hub (£10m)
  • Homerton University Hospital elective centre (£13.4m)
  • Barts Newham critical care and modular ward (£16.3m) 
  • Barts Royal London ITU expansion (£11m)

Community Diagnostic Centres

  • Barts Mile End site (£8.3m)
  • Barking, Havering And Redbridge completion of project started 2022/23 (£13.7m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Barts -  New Hospital Programme - Whipps Cross development (£13.7m)
  • Barking, Havering And Redbridge:  EPR implementation (£16.5m)

Northamptonshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Northamptonshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan,

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Northamptonshire ICB £1.3m 0 0 0 £1.3m
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £12.8m £5.3m £14.4m £2.9m £35.4m
Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust £15.0m 0 £11.9m £0.5m £27.4m
Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trusts £5.0m 0 0 £0.6m £5.6m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £34.2m £5.3m £26.3m £3.9m £69.7m

Northamptonshire ICS has a total CDEL of £69.7m, including £34.2m of Operational Capital, £5.3m in NHP & upgrades and £26.3m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Estates maintenance (backlog maintenance) is the largest investment in the capital programme (42% of gross expenditure)
  • North Clinical Diagnostic Centre (£13m)
  • South Clinical Diagnostic Centre (£3.3m)
  • IT investment is key to modernising services and outcomes
    for patients. The investments include improvements in clinical systems, cybersecurity, infrastructure, networking and software across all trusts.
  • Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust: Electronic patient record (£6.4m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Kettering General Hospital: Reconfiguration of Rockingham wing
  • Northampton General Hospital: Preparing business case for second phase of Clinical Diagnostic Centre

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest £100,000, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Nottingham & Nottinghamshire ICB £2.0m 0 0 0 £2.0m
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust £67.9m £51.9m £17.8m £1.2m £138.9m
Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £9.7m 0 £23.4m £5.5m £38.6m
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust £28.1m 0 £4.5m £10.5m £43.0m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £107.7m £51.9m £45.7m £17.1m £222.5m

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICS has a total CDEL of £222.5m, including £107.7m of Operational Capital, £51.9m in NHP & upgrades and £45.7m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

Nottingham University Hospitals

  • BAU spend on estates, medical equipment and ICT (£20m)
  • TIF project (£22.1m)
  • Mechanical Thrombectomy (£8.2m)

Sherwood Forest Hospitals

  • Mansfield Community Diagnostic Hub (£13.36m)
  • Implementation of an Electronic Patient record system (£10.03m)
  • BAU medical and I.T equipment (£6.14m)
  • BAU Estates (£3.25m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • A system business case is under development for Electronic Patient Records across all 3 providers.
  • The system also continues to develop the business case for Tomorrow’s NUH as part of the New Hospitals Programme. This will see the reconfiguration of approximately one third of the QMC campus providing modernised acute services to our community.
  • The CDH at Mansfield Community Hospital has been approved with and is under implementation.

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Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin ICB £0.9m 0 0 £0.3m £1.2m
Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust £19.4m 0 £47.2m £2.6m £69.2m
The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £7.4m 0 £4.6m £0.1m £12.1m
Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust £2.5m 0 0 £2.1m £4.6m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £30.1m 0 £51.8m £5.0m £87.0m

Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin has a total CDEL of £87.0m, including £30.1m of perational al and £51.8m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Elective Hub expansion: Expected to be complete by the end of December 2023.
  • Community Diagnostic Centre: Telford site planned to open in August 2023.
  • Frontline Digitisation: Continued roll out of a new Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system at Shrewsbury and Telford Trust and Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Trust.

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Royal Shrewsbury Hospital: Additional capacity, provide 64 sub-acute beds (preparing business case)
  • Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Trust: Additional theatre capacity (preparing a business case)

Somerset ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Somerset ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Somerset ICB £1.3m 0 0 0 £1.3m
Somerset Foundation Trust £31.5m £23.0m £20.2m £8.3m £83.1m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £32.8m £23.0m £20.2m 0 £84.4m

Somerset has a total CDEL of £84.4m, including £32.8m of Operational Capital, £23.0m in NHP & upgrades and £20.2m in national programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • ICB investment in GP IT services will continue.
  • Yeovil Ambulatory Breast Care unit at will start construction this financial year.
  • Yeovil District Hospital: Continued elective recovery investment.
  • Musgrove Park Hospital Site: Continued build of surgical centre

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Musgrove Park New Hospital Programme (developing outline business case)
  • Somerset FT: Electronic health record system (developing business case)
  • Yeovil: Community diagnostic centre (developing business case)

South East London ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of South East London ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

Operational Capital New Hospital Programmes and Upgrades National Programmes Other Total CDEL
South East London Integrated Care Boards £25.3m - - £25.3m
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust £89.6m - £17.7m £41.1m £148.4m
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £45.2m - £3.9m £1.8m £50.9m
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust £28.5m - £16.4m £5.4m £50.4m
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust £16.1m - - - £16.1m
South London And Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust £23.7m - £0.3m - £24.1m
Total CDEL £228.5m - £38.3m £48.4m £315.2m

South East London ICS has a total CDEL of £315.2m, including £228.5m of Operational Capital and £38.3m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Building of the Evelina London Children’s Hospital by Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT)
  • Redevelopment of Douglas Bennett House for modern adult inpatient
  • Development of the Pears Maudsley Centre for Children and Young People by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Generating and maintaining elective capacity, including ensuring capacity in theatres and diagnostic services.
  • Expanding and maintaining capacity in urgent and emergency care services
  • Developing our digital maturity in clinical settings, for example implementing and developing electronic health record systems and the capability for records to be shared across care providers.

South West London ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of South West London ICB's Capital Resource plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access a more detailed capital breakdown, read the plan in full here.

CDEL Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
South West London ICB £2.6m 0 0 £6.2m £8.7m
Croydon Health Services £14.1m 0 £21.1m £2.3m £37.4m
Epsom & St Helier Hospitals £27.4m £17.1m £4.7m £7.7m £56.9m
Kingston Hospital £16.8m 0 £1.6m £2.7m £21.1m
St George’s Hospital £32.7m 0 £5.7m £44.8m £83.2m
Hounslow and Richmond £2.0m 0 0 0 £2.0m
SWL & ST George’s £38.9m £11.1m £0.9m £7.5m £58.5m
The Royal Marsden £15.7m 0 0 £4.2m £19.9m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £150.2m £28.2m £33.9m £75.3m £287.7m

South West London has a total CDEL of £287.7m, including £150.2m of Operational Capital, £28.2m in NHP & upgrades and £33.9m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Epsom & St Helier: Implementation of electronic patient record (continued previous year)
  • Croydon University Hospital: Completion of new 22 bedded Intensive Treatment Unit
  • Springfield Hospital Site: Complete redevelopment of mental health estate

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Tolworth Hospital site: Proposed redevelopment
  • Kingston Hospital: Rebuild and expand bed capacity
  • South West London: Investment in primary care for replacement IT and maintenance of GP practices. (£2.6m)
  • Purley Hospital & Croydon University Hospital: Build additional theatre capacity.

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South Yorkshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of South Yorkshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan, available here.

South Yorkshire's Capital Resource Plan does not disclose funding sources according to the standard template. For simplicity, we've provided a streamlined budget summary based on the available information, displayed below.


The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Key Proposals 2023/24:

Medical:

  • Primary care (£2.4m)
  • Endoscopy(£0.4m)
  • Community Diagnostic Centres: Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospital (£5.4m)

Digital:

  • Electronic Patient Records: Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospital (£8.4m)
  • Electronic Patient Records: Sheffield Teaching Hospital (£11.5m)
  • IMT Frontline Digitisation: Sheffield Children's Hospital (£3.0m)

Elective recovery (£100m regionally):

  • WPH Bunkers: Royal Hallamshire (£7.4m)
  • Elective Orthopaedic Centre:Sheffield Teaching Hospital and Mexborough  (£13.2m)

Hospital Upgrades

  • Bassetlaw Emergency Village (£17.6m)
  • Helipad at  Sheffield Children’s Hospital (£4.4m)
  • S136 New Wards at Sheffield Health & Social Care (£1.7m)

Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access the full capital breakdown, read the plan here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent ICB £1.9m 0 0 0 £1.9m
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust £9.8m 0 £15.1m - £0.71m. £24.1m
North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust £2.2m 0 £3.2m £1.6m £7.0m
University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust £39.1m 0 £18.2m - £0.7m £50.3m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £53.1m 0 £36.4m - £7.7m £83.3m

Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent has a total CDEL of £83.3m, including £53.1m of Operational Capital £36.4m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Haywood Hospital: Repair collapsed ceilings (require £8.2m)
  • University hospitals of North Midlands : Multi-story car park (£5.9m committed)
  • North Staffordshire Trust: Mental health dorms scheme
  • University hospitals of North Midlands: elective recovery (£27.6m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • System wide electronic patient record (£6.578m)
  • Leek, Haywood, Longton and Bradwell: Integrated care hubs (strategic outline case)

Suffolk and North East Essex ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Suffolk and North East Essex ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access the full capital breakdown, read the plan here.

Authority Operational Capital Upgrades and NHP National Programme Funding Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Suffolk and North East Essex ICB £2.0 0 0 0 £2.0m
East Suffolk and North East Essex NHS Foundation Trust £27.5m 0 £65.6m - £3.8m £89.3m
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust £19.2m £1.0m £33.8m 0 £53.9m
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust £13.1m 0 £26.6m 0 £39.4m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £61.8m £1.0m £125.9m -£3.8m £184.5m

Suffolk and North East Essex has a total CDEL of £184.5m, including £61.8m of Operational Capital, £1.0m NHP & upgrades and £125.9m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • East Suffolk and North Essex FT: Diagnostic Centres (£21.4m)
  • West Suffolk Foundation Trust: Replacement of Reinforced Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (£8.4m)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • East Suffolk and North Essex NHS FT: Electronic patient record replacement (£11.3m)
  • West Suffolk Hospital: Priority hospital for NHP (£1.0m)
  • Newmarket: Develop elective surgical hub (submitted business case)

Surrey Heartlands ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Surrey Heartland ICB's Capital Resource Plan. To access the full capital breakdown, read the plan here.

Surrey Heartland's Capital Resource Plan deviates from the standard template by not disclosing specific allocations to its member trusts. Consequently, we've provided a streamlined budget summary based on the available information, displayed below.

System Operating Capital Public Dividend Capitals Total CDEL
Surrey Heartlands ICS £81.5m £40.7m £122.2m

Surrey Heartlands has a total CDEL of £122.2m, including £81.5m of Operational Capital and £40.7m of Public Dividend Capital.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Capital spend by programme

  • Surgery build (RSH) £16.0m (13%)
  • CDC Diagnostics £12.2m (10%)
  • Elective Centre (ASPH) £9.5m (8%)
  • ACU Unit £22.0m (18%)
  • Medical Equipment £10.4m (8%)
  • IT £11.6m (10%)
  • Estates incl GPIT £40.5m (33%)

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Abraham Cowley Unit (ACU) mental health hospital new build (£22m)
  • Surgical Centre at Royal Surrey Hospital (£16m)
  • The Elective Centre at Ashford and St peters Hospital (£9.5m)
  • Community Diagnostic Centres (£8.1m)
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Sussex ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of Sussex ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access the full capital breakdown, read the plan here.

Authority Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total CDEL (Budget)
Sussex ICB £3.0m 0 0 0 £3.0m
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust £37.2m £1.0m £21.6m 0 £59.9m
Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £4.8m 0 £7.4m 0 £12.3m
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust £8.9m 0 £3.0m £19.7m £31.6m
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust £9.7m 0 £32.9m £23.1m £65.7m
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust £48.0m £11.8m £38.4m £1.0m £99.2m
Total System CDEL (Budget) £111.6m £12.8m £103.4m £43.8m £229.5m

Sussex ICS has total CDEL of £229.5m, including £111.6m of Operational Capital, £12.8m in NHP & upgrades and £103.4m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Royal Sussex County Hospital redevelopment programme (NHP, continuing from 2022/23).
  •  East Sussex Hospital Trust improvement project (NHP, continuing from 2022/23).
  • Sussex partnership: Dormitory accommodation.
  • Continued support to development of community diagnostic centre.

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • ICB: Submit plans for spend on primary care estate and GP IT.
  • Build business case for stage 2 & 3 of redeveloping Royal Sussex County Hospital Site.
  • Build business case to support re-development of emergency care Brighton.

West Yorkshire ICS

Budget Summary

The table below is a condensed version of West Yorkshire ICB's Capital Resource Plan.

For simplicity we have rounded figures to the nearest hundred thousand, so there may be discrepancies between the total CDEL and the sum of the previous columns. To access the full capital breakdown, read the plan here.

CDEL Total Operational Capital Upgrades & NHP Programmes National Programmes Other Total System CDEL
West Yorkshire ICB £4.3m 0 0 £0.7m £5.1m
Airedale NHS Foundation Trust £21.2m 0 £4.6m £15.4m £41.5m
Bradford District Care Trust £7.0m 0 £0.6m £0.1m £7.7m
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £25.6m 0 £24.2m £1.3m £51.1m
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust £17.0m £6.5m £5.3m £6.0m £34.9m
Leeds And York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust £3.6m 0 £1.5m £1.2m £6.3m
Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust £2.8m 0 £1.2m £13.0m £17.0m
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust £49.2m £22.1m £37.9m £13.4m £122.5m
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust £15.2m 0 £20.6m £3.4m £39.2m
South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust £8.8m 0 0 £3.8m £12.6m
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust £16.8m 0 £0.3m £24.0m £40.3m
TOTAL £171.83m £28.63m £96.07m £81.57m £378.1m

West Yorkshire ICS has a total CDEL of £378.1m, including £171.8m of Operational Capital, £28.6m in NHP upgrades and £96.07m in National Programme funding.

The plan highlights major initiatives this capital will be allocated towards, including:

Ongoing Schemes

  • Airedale NHS FT: Electronic Patient Record project 
  • Airedale NHS FT: RAAC issues at Airedale General Hospital
  • Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT: Completion of the Eccleshill Community Diagnostics Centre and the Day Case Unit at St Luke’s Hospital
  • Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS FT: Hospital Reconfiguration
  •  Leeds and York Partnership NHS FT: Electronic Document Management
  • Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust: Elective Hub at Wharfedale
  • Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust: Community Diagnostic Centre at Seacroft

Business Cases 2023/2024

  • Airedale NHS FT: Business cases have been submitted for two main projects: RAAC and EPR
  • Bradford District Care NHS FT: Redevelopment of acute mental health services on the Lynfield Mount Hospital site 
  • Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT: Endoscopy Unit at Bradford Royal Infirmary,  Strategic Outline Case submitted April 2021
  • Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS FT: Redevelopment of services at Calderdale Royal Hospital.
  • Leeds and York Partnership NHS FT: Mental health inpatient estate in Leeds
  • Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust: Elective Hub at Chapel Allerton
  • Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust: New Hospital Programme for developments at Pinderfields Hospital and Dewsbury District Hospital. 
  • South West Yorkshire Partnerships NHS FT: New Hospital Programme for the redevelopment of mental health inpatient facilities in Dewsbury and Halifax

Glossary

NHS England:

NHS England provides national leadership for the NHS. They are responsible for the overall strategy and budget setting across the country.

Integrated Care System:

"Integrated care systems (ICSs) are partnerships of organisations that come together to plan and deliver joined up health and care services, and to improve the lives of people who live and work in their area."(NHS England)

Introduced inthe Health and Care Act (2022), 42 ICSs were established across England on a statutory basis on 1 July 2022.

Integrated Care Board:

ICBs are newly formed NHS organisations within each ICS region that manage the functions and budgets for the provision of health services within the ICS.

Integrated care boards (ICBs) replaced clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in the NHS in England from 1 July 2022.

Capital Resource Plan:

Capital Resource Plans are published annually by ICB's and set out how they will prioritise and spend NHS capital funding to achieve their strategic aims within the fiscal year. These plans outline assumed funding sources, capital allocations, ongoing schemes and upcoming business cases.

Capital Departmental Expenditure Limit:

A CDEL is essentially a total system budget, which cannot be exceeded in the financial year. It is the sum of operational capital, national programme funding, upgrades and NHP and other technical accounting metrics

Operational Capital:

NHS trusts use this budget to support ‘business as usual’ schemes, such as backlog maintenance, equipment replacement and IT expenditure. NHS England provide ICB's a capital allocation at the start of the financial year, who then distribute it to member trusts based on population need.

New Hospital Programme (NHP):

Upgrades and NHP Programme funding is held centrally by NHS England and is allocated to trusts undertaking national strategic projects in building or construction, specifically new hospitals and hospital upgrades.

National Programmes:

National Programme funding is held centrally by NHS England and is allocated to trusts undergoing major projects, considered priority by NHE. Flagship programmes include: Targeted Investment Fund, Frontline Digitisation, Diagnostics and Mental Health, among others.

Business Cases:

These are projects that the ICB are planning to submit for NHS England for approval, before beggining procurement.

Ongoing Schemes:

These are ongoing projects that started in previous financial years.

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