Every patient should be cared for in a high quality environment that is fit for purpose. From flagship schemes such as new hospitals and health centres to refurbishments and upgrades, we support the NHS by providing improved and affordable healthcare environments, aligned to evolving clinical service and local health economy needs, so clinicians can focus on the delivery of care.

Image showing £90m: invested in NHS construction projects in 2019/20

£90m

invested in NHS construction projects in 2019/20

Image showing 461: construction projects in 2019/20

461

construction projects in 2019/20

Image showing 20,500m: carparks upgraded in 2019/20

20,500m

carparks upgraded in 2019/20

Upgrades and updates

We deliver a range of projects to keep NHS buildings statutorily and lease compliant and in a good state of repair, in line with our obligations as a landlord. Where possible, we use unique and innovative ways to not only make them safe, but also sustainable.

New builds and refurbishments

We manage transformational building projects, such as building new NHS health centres, adding extensions, and reconfiguring and/or refurbishing existing buildings, at the request of occupiers to help the NHS get the most from its estate. Up-front funding is normally provided by NHS Property Services, but in some cases we work with third-party development partners.

£13m remodelling of hospital tower block

Whitby Hospital in North Yorkshire currently undergoing an upgrading process as part of a £13M scheme, entailing the modernisation and remodelling of the ‘tower block’ structure on the Springhill hospital site. Works are due to complete in summer 2021.

NHS Property Services has worked in close partnership with Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust and North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group.

Demolition and £10m rebuild of war memorial hospital

The new £10m Hythe and Dibden War Memorial Hospital will serve as a local ‘Area Hub’, supporting greater integrated care for the 80,000+ population of South West Hampshire.

It will be run on a significantly smaller footprint, making it more cost efficient as well as releasing surplus land for disposal – generating funds to reinvest into the NHS.

The demolition started in February 2021 and the new hospital is due to be finished in Spring 2022.

What our construction team did in 2018/19

Our seven regional construction teams work closely with NHS colleagues to update and create internal and external spaces that are fit-for-purpose for patient needs now and in the future in support of the NHS Long Term Plan.

Find out how we have invested in the NHS estate with regards to number of windows we installed, how many refurbishments we completed and how many roofs we upgraded in 2018/19.

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To find out more about our construction projects, contact our Customer Support Centre.

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