The trust’s principal base is a large, sensitive green belt site on the north west edge of London, with several other town planning constraints, including a scheduled ancient monument, Roman remains, a height limitation on new developments and numerous tree preservation orders. The site contained in the region of 100 disparate buildings, scattered over the estate, much of it extremely sub standard accommodation.

The first stage of redevelopment was the replacement of all of the central clinical accommodation.

This included new theatres and critical care beds, new conventional and interventional imaging departments, comprehensive new acute wards, paediatric wards and day surgery.

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Client Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust
City London
Value £100m