Community Health Partnerships (CHP) is a private limited company, wholly owned by the Department of Health.
CHP was established in 2001 and until 2007 was known as Partnerships for Health.
CHP invests in Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) companies in connection with the development and maintenance of primary care infrastructure across England. This investment is made up of a combination of equity and debt.
Details of the amounts of allowances and expenses paid to Board members and senior executives are available upon request.
CHP produces an annual Business Plan which is presented to the Board for approval at or around March/April each year. CHP regularly monitors progress against the Business Plan. Details are available on request.
CHP is governed by a Board of Directors which meets regularly.
Each of these meetings is formally minuted. Subject to the deletion of matters falling within the exemptions contained in the Act (see above) these minutes are available on request.
CHP operates in accordance with a range of polices and standard procedures including:
CHP maintains the following registers (copies of which are available on request):
All classes of information which are stated above to be available at Freedom of Information can be provided in documentary (paper) form upon request.
All classes of information which are stated above will be made available upon receipt of a fee. This fee is necessary to cover the cost of locating, printing and posting the information to the applicant. Each request will be assessed individually and based on the following costs:
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