These are the results from the 2016/17 Estates Return Information Collection (ERIC), a mandatory collection for all NHS Trusts including Ambulance Trusts. It comprises information relating to the costs of providing and maintaining the NHS Estate including buildings, maintaining and equipping hospitals, the provision of services e.g. laundry and food, and the costs and consumption of utilities.
Users should note that all PFI metrics, and certain Trust and site metrics, are experimental statistics - please see the introduction and data quality worksheets in the report for more information.
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Important - please note: Following a detailed data quality study, NHS Trusts were invited to review and resubmit the costs component of their 2016/17 ERIC costs data, together with related fields. The new information was published on the 16th February 2018, and data users are advised to ensure they use this version as several figures have changed. The list of re-collected fields is provided in the data report below, and the rational for the revalidation exercise is explained in the data quality statement. In reviewing their data a small number of Trusts identified issues with fields that were not part of the exercise; corrected figures for these fields are provided in the data quality statement.
Note: in 2019 we were advised of an error in Devonshire Partnership NHS Trust's submitted Oil Consumption figures. The correct figure for the aggregate site consumption is 40,798.8 kWh, rather than the reported 3,855 kWh.