Please note that the Hospital Estates and Facilities Statistics website will be closing on the 30th June 2018 and we have removed the reports function as part of the phased closure. ERIC and PLACE data for recent years are available via the NHS Digital website: https://digital.nhs.uk/article/191/Find-data-and-publications We are in the process of building a landing page for Estates data on the NHS Digital website and we will make historical ERIC and PLACE files available on closure of the Hospital Estates and Facilities Statistics website. Please direct any enquiries to email@example.com
The ERIC (Estates Return Information Collection) is collected and published here by the HSCIC on behalf of the Department of Health. It is the main central data collection for estates and facilities services from the NHS containing information dating back to 1999/2000 and will be added to as future returns are completed. The data provided enables the analysis of Estates & Facilities information from NHS Trusts and PCTs in England which is a compulsory requirement that NHS Trusts submit an Estates Return. The data is as provided by reporting organisations and has not been amended. The accuracy and completeness is the responsibility of the reporting organisations.
Standard reports providing the full data set, as returned, at Trust and site level can be downloaded in Excel and CSV format via the Data Files tab. Details of the data items collected for each year can be found under the downloads section on the right hand side of the page.
Important - please note: Following a detailed data quality study we are currently in the process of recollecting from sites the costs data part of the 2016/17 ERIC return, along with associated measures for unit cost calculations.
This means that figures in the reports are subject to change. We will publish the new figures in early 2018, as soon as they are available. Data users are advised to bear this in mind and to treat these figures with caution in the meantime. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.