The company

The team

As a large team of infrastructure advisory specialists, we are nationally based, with a wide variety of skills and experience to offer an integrated approach to any commission – big or small. We also have excellent working relationships with and work alongside to some of the country’s top advisors and can assists organisations through the planning, implementation and delivery of the full asset cycle.

Our service offering is based on our excellent accumulated and extensive knowledge and proven track record of delivery. We constantly look to innovate and strive to find the optimum solutions to any challenges, using the latest tools and techniques (as well as tried and tested ones) to add value to our work.

Our focus is on the priorities of our clients and their overall success is a key motivation for our dedicated team members and we provide executive leadership and support throughout all of our work. We are focused on developing our staff as well as our relationships with our clients and proud to be supporting them throughout their career development.

Richard Darch

Chief Executive

Richard is a seasoned Healthcare Executive and entrepreneur with extensive Board level experience in the private and public sector and has founded three successful healthcare businesses and successfully exited through acquisition. In 2014 Richard joined a national health consultancy organisation to advise, lead activity across the Health Sector and develop new business in health and care infrastructure investment and development.

A well-known commentator on healthcare infrastructure investment and development he has managed large teams across the public and private sector to deliver complex transactions. Richard also has international experience in healthcare technology, development and infrastructure and deep domain knowledge of structured finance and has a particular interest in the impact of technology on health and care facility design.

Richard has personally designed commercial structures for health infrastructure and PPP transactions which have delivered significant value to the NHS and international health development projects. He is guided by the principle of delivering value to Health Systems through effective public and private sector partnerships.

Leadership

Richard Darch

Chief Executive

Richard is a seasoned Healthcare Executive and entrepreneur with extensive Board level experience in the private and public sector and has founded three successful healthcare businesses and successfully exited through acquisition. In 2014 Richard joined a national health consultancy organisation to advise, lead activity across the Health Sector and develop new business in health and care infrastructure investment and development.

A well-known commentator on healthcare infrastructure investment and development he has managed large teams across the public and private sector to deliver complex transactions. Richard also has international experience in healthcare technology, development and infrastructure and deep domain knowledge of structured finance and has a particular interest in the impact of technology on health and care facility design.

Richard has personally designed commercial structures for health infrastructure and PPP transactions which have delivered significant value to the NHS and international health development projects. He is guided by the principle of delivering value to Health Systems through effective public and private sector partnerships.

Directors

Stan Coats

Director - London & East (Project Management)

A Project and Programme professional, Stan is experienced in Health, Central Civil Government and the Local Authority sector. Stan was previously responsible for schemes valuing in excess of £100m with clients including PCTs, Acute Trusts, Mental Health Trusts, Charitable Trusts and the House of Commons at a national strategic consultancy business.

Other commissions have included Project Director for St George’s Healthcare Masterplanning; Programme Director for NHS Sussex – delivery of the Capital Plan; interim Programme Director for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Clinical Strategy Implementation Programme where he established the programme management governance; and interim Project Director for the St George’s Healthcare Children’s and Women’s Hospital project.

Previously Stan was head of the PFI/PPP unit at DCA (now Ministry of Justice) where he was responsible for establishing the Programme Office for the Court Building Programme. He then moved to the Senior Management team at 4P’s, establishing and delivering the Gateway Process in the Local Authority sector

Shane Dineen

Director - South West (Property & Estates)

Shane has 12 years’ experience working in the health sector and is strategic advisor to many health organisations including the DH, NHS England, CCGs, CSUs and NHS service providers. He has led complex estate redevelopment programmes and helped secure many health strategic partnerships, including working to reduce estate operational costs by £5 million on a major central government transformation programme.

Shane has led on a number of strategic estate reviews to deliver efficient, effective and, where appropriate, commercially attractive estate transformation plans aligned to service and business requirements. He has transacted over £200 million of NHS estate and is responsible for the day-to-day management of £500 million of property assets. He works with commissioners on major service commissioning contracts, providing strategic advice and panel expertise in estate provision.

Shane is a Chartered Surveyor and a highly regarded property professional within the health economy and a contributor to the latest edition of Estatecode, and is supported by the wider real estate and professional property business.

Stuart Randall

Director - Head of Finance

An experienced finance professional who has worked within the Healthcare Consultancy industry for the past 20 years. Stuart has had experience working in the public and private sector most recently managing finances for a successful £15 million healthcare consultancy.

Chris Turner

Director - Midlands (Technical Advisory)

Chris is a qualified Mechanical Engineer with experience in Process, Programme and Project Management within both the Public and Private sectors. In addition to Programme Office and Construction based Project Management delivery, Chris has a range of experience including Healthcare Planning and Service Redesign through to Foundation Trust Applications, Agenda for Change implementation and Estate & Facility Department Re-Structuring and Turnaround.

Chris has undertaken several high profile interim Director / Head of Estates roles in challenging acute health environments and also at the prestigious National Archives based at Kew, London. With experience in Organisational Change and Business Strategy assignments he also led the risk management function within an NHS Trust in the Midlands.

Chris has carried out a number of high-level Estate Assurance reviews for Trusts, providing reports to Trust Board level, advising on the status of performance of the estate in its function of providing a safe and secure environment for both staff and members of the public.

Advisory: South West

James Brenner

Associate Director - Property and Development

A Chartered Surveyor and RICS Registered Valuer, James has a breadth of property valuation, investment, development and lease advisory experience gained from working within both the commercial and healthcare sectors over the last 9 years. He has commercial property experience covering the disposal, acquisition and letting of a range of office, retail and industrial properties on behalf of retained clients.

Recently specialising in lease consultancy and valuation work and was a member of a specialist team responsible for the annual and quarterly re-valuation of a £150m UK health centre portfolio, James has undertaken a number of development viability projects, assessing surplus NHS sites, master planning and the valuation of development land, as well as portfolio management and lease and licence work for both acute and mental health Trusts.

James has developed an alternatives market specialism, advising clients on hospital retail, modular building technology for student housing and key worker accommodation, car parking, and the associated routes for funding and modelling.

Will Brenner

Assistant Consultant - Property

Will is a General Practice Commercial Property Surveyor with 4 years’ industry experience. Currently studying for his APC to achieve RICS Chartership status, his experience lies primarily in Occupational Agency, whilst also having provided support to the Professional and Property Management teams.

As a graduate Will moved to Bath to start a career in Surveying, quickly becoming one of the most active commercial agents in the local market, dealing with office, retail, industrial and investment properties for clients ranging from private individuals to institutional. He also managed several multi-tenanted mixed-use buildings across the city and assisted the Professional team with valuations, lease renewals and rent reviews.

More recently, Will completed a MSc Real Estate Management degree with Distinction at the University of the West of England, where he gained further experience in areas such as Strategic Estate Management, Investment & Development, Valuation and Real Estate Law.

Matt Dearing

Senior Consultant - Project Management

Matt has a number of years experience working as a building surveyor in projects in both the private and public sectors - including social housing and the NHS. His areas of expertise include project management, space utilisation and space planning, refurbishment works and new builds. He is currently working towards membership of the RICS and is supporting a variety of improvement projects for Archus in NHS environments.

Stuart Greer

Consultant - Property

A General Practice Commercial Property Surveyor nearing completion of his RICS Chartership status, Stuart has acquired a breadth of knowledge across the healthcare property sector throughout his time at Archus. Stuart currently manages multiple Trust lease portfolios, managing lease renewals / breaks and is currently working on office HQ relocation viability work to assess if potential savings can be made through options appraisals.

Stuart has also specialised in development appraisal work, achieving best-value land uses during surplus disposal work for multiple NHS Trusts across England.

During his time at the University of the West of England, Stuart completed a full year placement in a highly regarded international property consultancy. Throughout his year he was exposed to multiple property disciplines such as Valuation / Landlord & Tenant, Property Asset Management, Industrial / office agency and Investment transaction work.

Beverley Letherby

Associate Director - Project Management

Beverley has a breadth of property development and project management experience gained from working within the NHS estates field since 1988. She worked for a variety of organisations including NHS Trusts, Somerset Health Authority, NHS Executive South & West and NHS Estates/Inventures until November 2005. As a freelance consultant she focussed on NHS build projects, until 2014 when she joined a national health consultancy organisation.

As Associate Director for Archus, Beverley brings her knowledge and experience of managing a large number of projects of various sizes ranging from business case development and construction projects to estate rationalisation, disposal and acquisition of NHS property. Beverley has significant understanding of Programme and project management, Stakeholder engagement, Design team co-ordination and Estates rationalisation.

Rebecca Pang

Assistant Consultant

Rebecca is an enthusiastic, self-motivated, dependable and dedicated individual with good time and self-management and the ability to work under pressure. Having worked in surveying industry for three years, Rebecca is a highly motivated team player who is proud to deliver excellent customer service.

Graduated from Leeds Beckett University Building Surveying course, Rebecca has enjoyed working in different aspects of Building Surveying, especially multidisciplinary project management. After graduation, Rebecca worked on a variety of different condition survey projects from MOD residential and commercial properties to social housing schemes throughout the UK. She has gained the ability to adapt rapidly to new environments and processes, grasping concepts quickly and has the flexibility to meet changing needs. Her experience enables Rebecca to identify building faults and find solutions. She has great professional communications in client-facing situations, being both approachable and empathetic.

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Rebecca has an international cosmopolitan background, with the advantage of being bilingual in English and Chinese, including Cantonese and Mandarin. In her down time, Rebecca is an active member of a rugby team which has taught her to be disciplined in her approach, as an individual and as a team player.

Chris Rawlinson

Senior Consultant - Project Management

Chris is a highly motivated Chartered Building Surveyor with a proven track record in effective project delivery. He possesses excellent communication, team-working and client facing skills.

Chris is a committed and driven professional, who has successfully designed and administered a wide variety of projects under traditional procurement routes within the private and public sector predominantly for higher education, retail, healthcare and emergency services clients.

He has developed and built solid and strong long-term client relationships and frequently exceeded client’s expectations. A dedicated and focused individual, Chris is able to both lead and work as part of a team.

Sandra Reading

Associate Director - Healthcare Planning

Sandra is an experienced Healthcare Director for strategic development in both private and public services. A former Professional Nursing and Midwifery Director, she has in-depth management experience and clinical and academic knowledge, proven leadership skills and a ‘hands on’ approach which enables the highest level of team working.

Sandra strives to achieve the highest possible quality of services that demonstrates improvements and meets assurance frameworks. She has proven track record of project leadership, business case development, transformation, team leadership and extensive experience of independent decision making coupled with innovative and complex change management processes.

Recently she has been leading a health care consultancy team in large national projects for re-design of health care facilities, clinical pathways and transformation. She was responsible for advising on international best practice and supporting executive teams for healthcare planning. The role involved commissions across many different clinical specialities including acute care, specialist services, mental health and primary care.

Before moving into consultancy Sandra worked in the NHS, including over 10 years as Director of Nursing and Midwifery at two different Trusts and three years as Director of Women and Children’s Services.

Advisory: Midlands

Guy Carson

Principal Consultant

Dawn Chambers

Associate Director

With over 15 years’ experience in the construction industry, including the strategic development and operational management of healthcare estate, Dawn secures an open and honest client relationship with her confident leadership.

Starting her career as a main contractor on construction sites and later undertaking operational management roles, Dawn has a sound understanding of the capital development process and the impact decisions made during the initial scoping stages can have on the perceived success of a project. She uses this knowledge and understanding to challenge stakeholders during brief development, to fully comprehend the impact decisions may ultimately have on areas such as business operation, patient experience and revenue.

Dawn recently delivered a £7.6m programme of critical infrastructure backlog projects including Electrical Infrastructure, Medical Gas, BMS, Fire Alarm and Nurse Call upgrades for a large acute Trust all within programme and budget.

Dawn is an excellent communicator who develops and maintains solid working relationships with her clients and their wider teams at all levels, ensuring stakeholder engagement is effective, meaningful and contributes to the overall success of a project.

Anna Derrick

Assistant Consultant

Anna has recently joined the growing Archus team in Birmingham. Prior to this she was an Audit Assistant at KPMG, where she worked with a variety of clients, predominantly in the financial services sector. She has experience of collating and analysing large data sets as well as performing a range of tests on financial control systems to assess their effectiveness. Through this she developed effective working relationships with both her colleagues and clients in order to complete audit work in a timely manner.

Anna is a highly motivated and adaptable individual who aims to develop her project management skill-set and broaden her knowledge and contribute to Archus’ success in making a positive impact on those involved in health and social care environments. She has an educational background in Social Sciences, completing her undergraduate degree at Durham University before going on to gain an MSc in International Development from the University of Birmingham.

Anna Fawcett

Principal Consultant

Anna is an experienced Principal Consultant, specialising in project and programme management, who was a key member of the team which successfully delivered the OBC and FBC for the Emergency Floor project at a large acute NHS Trust in Leicestershire. She supported the Trust for four years and has a full understanding of the internal and external processes required to deliver business cases for large capital reconfiguration projects.

Since then Anna has worked with a number of Trusts across the East and West Midlands, supporting them with complex capital projects in a professional advisor, project manager and business case specialist capacity.

Anna is PRINCE2 trained and follows robust project management procedures in all her projects, which ensures a consistent approach, clear audit trails and successful outcomes.

Anna is an excellent communicator who works hard to develop and maintain good relationships with her clients and their wider teams at all levels (and from executive director, clinical and technical backgrounds), ensuring stakeholder engagement is effective and meaningful and contributes to the overall success of a project.

James Johnson

Assistant Consultant

James joins the Archus team after graduating from the University of Birmingham (Ancient and Medieval History), where he gained an unenviable ability to ingest and evaluate large amounts of information - occasionally in anachronistic and outdated forms - in order to produce an insightful and relevant analysis.

Enthusiastic, dedicated and hardworking, James is also quick to grasp the important aspects of given tasks. He has developed good interpersonal and communications skills achieved through an education and upbringing centred on boarding school, excellent IT skills and is an independent and friendly individual.

Having lived in France, Ghana and the United States during his childhood, James has broad horizons and is looking forward to working closely with the Archus team at this new stage on his journey, as part of an incredibly enthusiastic and inclusive team.

Chris Milburn

Consultant

Chris is a Chartered Project Manager with several years’ experience in the delivery of both Public sector and Commercial developments. Having recently joined Archus, he began his career as an Estates Officer for 5 Boroughs Mental Health Foundation Trust. Subsequently progressing to consultancy Chriswas involved in a number of NHS programmes including the Estates Transformation & Technology Fund, for which he was directly responsible for due diligence of supporting information provided by applicants.

Chris is highly motivated, ensuring a high level of service and encouraging collaborative working on all projects. He has been involved with the delivery of a number of refurbishment and new build schemes, acting most recently as Project Manager for a new build sports hall in Loughborough.

Advisory: North

Neil Grice

Associate Director

Neil is an experienced Senior Manager with extensive knowledge and experience of the NHS, setting up and running Public Private Partnerships (PPP), negotiation, EU Procurement and managing change in complex environments. Experience as a company director on the board of several PPPs. Excellent communication skills combined with a collaborative approach to problem solving are reflected in the consistent delivery of key objectives.

He has been the Area Director for the NHS Strategic Estates Planning Function in the NW of England establishing Strategic Estates Groups, delivering STP Strategic Estates plans and successfully supporting the bidding process for STP capital Waves 1-4.

Sue Holding

Associate Director - Technical Authoring

Sue specialises in developing technical guidance, standards and strategic planning tools for the healthcare estates sector; she designs programmes and projects, puts together multi-disciplinary teams and manages the whole process from concept to post-project evaluation.

As a senior civil servant, Sue managed specialist publishing teams delivering policy-driven official technical guidance and standards for the Department of Health, Health Facilities Scotland, Northern Ireland Department of Health and NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership. Sue led multi-million-pound publishing projects, created a range of online and traditional publishing resources for healthcare commissioners and providers. Working in public sector trading fund organisations, for free distribution to UK public sector, Sue’s teams delivered publishing products averaging £1m per annum in sales / licences, the income from which was reinvested in healthcare estates projects.

For the past 5 years, Sue has delivered national technical guidance / standards as a specialist contractor and developed skills/experience in property-related business case research and development, major bid management and writing. Sue develops specifications for digital products and project-manages complex commissions where web and software developers work with technical editors and authors. She is creative lead for a new online resource for the healthcare estates sector which will offer a unique suite of tools.

John Prendergast

Principal Technical Editor

For the last 20 years, John has been developing technical guidance for the Department of Health and NHS, most notably Health Technical Memoranda (HTMs) and Health Building Notes (HBNs). Over this period, he has been involved with multifarious working groups convened to focus on providing design and engineering guidance around the safe delivery of healthcare:

• decontamination of surgical instruments, flexible endoscopes and dental instruments; • medical gases, and pathology laboratory gas systems; • ventilation in healthcare premises; • firecode; • the safety of water supplies (with particular focus on legionella and pseudomonas); • safe disposal of healthcare waste; • electrical services supply and distribution; • bedhead services and nurse call systems; • infection control in the built environment; • estatecode; • facilities for satellite dialysis units; • sterile services departments.

Most recently he has been working with the Design in Mental Health Network (DiMHN) and BRE to develop recognised quality standards for products used in mental healthcare buildings.

John is a member of the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators (ISTC).

Mark Reilly-Usher

Associate Director - Healthcare Planning

Mark is a senior Healthcare Planner with extensive experience across the care spectrum. Mark also spent 12 years working in the NHS as a Service Manager in both acute and primary care services and as a Capital Planning Manager.

He possesses excellent facilitation skills and a thorough understanding of healthcare processes. Whilst working in the NHS and subsequently in consulting Mark has had significant experience of the planning and commissioning of facilities across the whole healthcare economy. Mark has worked on health-related projects all over the world and in the UK and has worked with both large acute providers and smaller community and private healthcare providers.

Advisory: London & East

Ato Andoh

Senior Consultant

Ato is Prince2 and APMP qualified with several years’ experience of delivering projects in the public sector. Prior to joining Archus, he was Programme Manager for South West London and St Georges Mental Health Trust where he was responsible for a programme of works for several business functions at the Programme Management Office (PMO).

Ato has also worked as Project Sponsor for Public Health England (PHE) where he delivered a number of high profile projects including the creation of the PHE Centres in Nottingham, Fareham, Harlow, Bristol and Fleetbank House, London. At PHE, he was a key member of the team that won the 2016 Association of Chief Estates Surveyors (ACES) award for excellence in property management. He was also project manager on the re-design of the PHE headquarters in Wellington House, successfully delivering the OBC for the project.

Divyesh Gadhia

Principal Consultant

Divyesh has been working in healthcare since 2003 with providers and commissioners across a range of services.

He has experience of strategic and service reviews; stakeholder consultation and engagement; process analysis; service redesign; healthcare planning; service reconfiguration; business case development; and mobilising service change.

Marina Odjegba

Consultant

Marina is a recent graduate of the NHS leadership programme: stepping up aspiring leaders of the NHS: she is an experienced consultant who has worked in the healthcare management sector for the last five years and has led on a wide range of projects involving process improvement, change management, and workshop facilitation and design. She has a background in law and quality assurance and has a keen interest in organisation development strategies and methods.

Marina started her career at the Nursing and Midwifery Council as part of the Adjudications team, and progressed to the Quality Assurance and risk team, where she led on process improvement audits that delivered efficiency savings and measurable improvements to staff experience. She later moved on to a consultancy role at NEL CSU’s healthcare consulting team where she provided high quality and bespoke project delivery services to a wide range of clients from the health, charity and social care sectors.

Recently she has worked with NHS England as the PMO lead for the PMS implementation programme – supporting the implementation of GP contracts across London, with a focus on governance and managing stakeholder relationships between CCGs, GPs and the London wide LMC (GP union).

Pooja Patel

Assistant Consultant

Pooja has recently joined our London team as an Assistant Consultant; she has joined Archus to further her personal development and make a difference to the health clients that we support; she brings with her invaluable direct experience of working within the health sector (as a hospital clinic manager) and an understanding of the day-to-day challenges faced by those in the front line of services.

Pooja is dependable and hardworking, with an eye for detail, problem solving and works well both independently and as part of a team. She is both customer- and quality-focused and is looking forward to bringing her existing knowledge and skills to support the Archus team, whilst developing the scope of that knowledge through the work that we do for our NHS and wider health clients.

Liam Sayers

Senior Consultant

Liam has several years experience of working across the full spectrum of the public sector as a senior management consultant, including working with both Central and Local Government, NHS, Blue Light Services, Higher and Further Education and the Voluntary & Third Sector.

Prior to joining Archus, Liam led on a number of complex public sector development programmes and initiatives focused on establishing new partnerships and opportunities for collaboration amongst local public sector providers in specific towns, cities and localities. Liam has also previously been an account manager focused primarily in supplying expertise across digital platforms and IT services within the NHS.

Corporate Services

Christine Hampton

Accounts Manager

Kath Leeder

Quality and Creative Support

Kath provides technical and creative support to the whole Archus team, in support of proposals, reports and the general running of the business. A self-taught expert in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop, as well the MS Office suite of applications, she brings a close eye for details and a touch of perfectionism to every job.

Jessica Randall

Head of Corporate Services

Jess is Archus' Head of Corporate Services and manages the day-to-day central business functions, also acting as the first point of contact for both our clients and employees.

Jess has over 20 years Office/Business Management experience within the public and private sector having previously held posts as an Executive Assistant/Business Support Manager supporting Board Directors.

Associates

Marwa Al-Memar

Associate Consultant - Healthcare Planning

Marwa has operated in healthcare sector for 10 years working internationally across strategic healthcare planning, project management and business development roles. She has worked for organisations including a UK private hospital operator, a UK investor and developer of healthcare properties, a Swiss hospital group and Counties Manukau District Health Board in New Zealand.

Marwa has excellent knowledge of the operational pressures of facing the acute and community sector hospital systems and her key skills include: Strategic healthcare planning and demand analysis; Project and Programme management; Commercial strategy and advice; Reporting and communications; Developing / managing project plans & budgets; Liaison and relationship development; Model of care development; Business case development.

Tony Moyle

Associate Consultant - Technical Authoring

Tony has over 30 years’ experience as a civil servant, having begun his career in the DHSS in the North Fylde Central Office estate. He was working as an internal auditor at the NHS Pensions Agency, Fleetwood, when he took the opportunity to cross the Pennines to the Department of Health (DH), formerly the NHS Executive, based in Leeds. Tony acted as liaison between DH and the Audit Commission (AC) and was responsible for producing coordinated Departmental responses to the AC’s national value for money reports and specific public interest reports on significant matters of concern within the NHS.

Following an internal promotion, Tony performed a similar role with the National Audit Office (NAO) and the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and was also part of a small team that ensured the DH’s Accounting Officer was fully prepared for questioning in front of the PAC. Subsequent to each hearing, Tony also provided the formal Departmental response in the form of a Treasury Minute (TM). He was also charged with ensuring that the relevant policy leads within DH delivered on the commitments made in each TM.

Following the Government’s greater transparency agenda of 2010, Tony, now part of DH’s Governance team, was responsible for the quarterly publication of the Department’s senior officials’ business expenses and hospitality received. In conjunction with this role, he oversaw and co-authored a revision of the Department’s Travel and Expenses Policy.

Simon Pleydell

Associate Advisor

Simon is a highly experienced NHS chief executive with a track record of major achievement in large and complex organisations. During his career he has been Chair and Lead for Humber, Coast and Vale Sustainability and transformation Partnership (2017 to present); Chief Executive, Whittington Health (2014-17); Associate Director in the NHS Confederation (2013-14); Chief Executive, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (2003-12); Chief Executive, York Hospitals NHS Trust (2000-3). He began his career as a General Administrator at Moorfields Eye Hospital and has worked at all levels within the NHS management structure.

Throughout his career Simon has demonstrated a commitment to developing, not only his own personal skills, but those of other individuals and leadership roles within the NHS, taking on mentoring and coaching of management trainees in both his own organisation and in an external capacity. He is a regular contributor at conferences (including NHS Employers, NHS Confederation and the Top 100 Leaders Conference) on leadership, engagement and system transformation.

Paul Smith

Associate Consultant - Financial advice

Paul is a Chartered Accountant (FCA) familiar with working in practice, the private and public sectors and consultancy. He is an expert in all financial aspects of PFI contracts, with a successful track record in options appraisal, business case preparation, procurement, and monitoring of services for both public and private sector clients.

He has wide-ranging experience in critical, transformative, and strategic financial advice to a wide range of NHS organisations; his skills and qualities include meticulous attention to detail; commitment and tenacity to achieve best outcomes and being a calm team member in complex multi-disciplinary situations.

Recently Paul has been providing support to NHS Trusts to achieve substantial refunds (over £5m to date in one case) for performance deficiencies in PFI contracts, advising on the first PFI contract voluntary termination in the NHS. He was influential in developing policy with regard to NHS LIFT projects and has developed a trust-wide financial recovery plan for an acute hospital (£180m turnover) encompassing new approaches to comprehensive benchmarking and establishing management ownership of actions.

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