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The National Health Service (Property Expenses Scheme) (England) Regulations 2018

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4.—(1) The bodies which are eligible to be members of the Scheme are—

(a)the Board(1),

(b)a clinical commissioning group,

(c)an NHS Trust,

(d)a Special Health Authority,

(e)NICE(2),

(f)the Health and Social Care Information Centre,

(g)Health Education England,

(h)an NHS foundation trust,

(i)the Care Quality Commission,

(j)the Health Research Authority, and

(k)a company formed under section 223 of the 2006 Act and wholly owned by the Secretary of State.

(1)

“The Board” is defined in Section 275(1) of the 2006 Act as the National Health Service Commissioning Board. This definition was inserted by section 55(1) of, and paragraph 138(2) of Schedule 4 to, the 2012 Act. The Board is a body corporate established under section 1H of the 2006 Act and is also known as NHS England. Section 1H was inserted by section 9(1) of the 2012 Act.

(2)

“NICE” is the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence is a body corporate established under section 232 of the 2012 Act.

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