Terms and conditions

We particularly want you to be aware that members should not use the website for commercial gain or share information outside of the membership.

Your continued use of the site constitutes agreement of the terms and conditions, including the website access terms, the privacy and cookie policy and the registration conditions. Should you have any concerns or questions please email england.personalhealthbudgets@nhs.net (opens new window).

1. Licence

(1) Access to this website requires the reproduction of copyright material which can be done lawfully only with the licence of the Personal health budgets learning network of NHS England, Skipton House, 80 London Road, London SE1 6LH ("PHBLN") part of NHS England, Arms Length Body.

(2) PHBLN grants such licence only on the following terms.

(3) If you do not accept these terms you may not visit this site and must leave immediately.

2. Acknowledgement

You acknowledge that:

(1) this site contains information and does not contain or constitute professional advice;

(2) any trade mark, copyrights in the material and all other intellectual property in or relating to this site belong to PHBLN; and

(3) the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction in any dispute relating to these terms.

3. Intellectual Property

You promise not to download copy or make use of that material otherwise than for your personal and private use without the prior written consent of the Personal Health Budgets Team at NHS England.

4 Disclaimer

PHBLN disclaims liability for:

(1) any loss or damage caused by any third party website linked to this site;

(2) any economic or consequential loss arising from the use of this site howsoever caused.

5. Variations

PHBLN may add new, or delete or vary existing, terms at any time without notice.

6. Severance

Should any provision be void or unenforceable, such provision shall be deemed never to have formed part of these terms but the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

7. Forbearance

Forbearance in enforcing a term on any occasion shall not prevent or impair future enforcement of that term or any other of these terms.

8. Choice of Law

These terms shall be construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.