HC Deb 20 December 1963 vol 686 cc290-1W
Mr. Tiley

asked the Minister of Health if he will publish a list of major hospital projects now under construction costing over £250,000 each, other than the 65 new and substantially remodelled hospitals of which details have already been announced.

Mr. Barber

The following major schemes are at present under construction in England and Wales:

St. James' Hospital, Leeds—new operating theatres and physiotherapy department.

Bradford Royal Infirmary—new unit to replace Royal Eye and Ear Hospital.

Lynfield Mount Hospital, Bradford—expansion to 200 beds.

Little Plumstead Hospital—4 new villas.

Fulbourn Hospital—new admission villa.

Willesden General Hospital—outpatient and accident departments.

St. James', Balham—new block containing operating theatres etc.

Old church Hospital, Romford—out-patient department.

Runwell Hospital, Wickford—upgrading and improvements.

Coldeast Hospital, Southampton—extensions and improvements.

Bristol Children's Hospital—new out-patient department.

Coney Hill Hospital, Bristol—engineering services.

Bristol Dental Hospital—extensions.

Corbett Hospital, Stansbridge—out-patient department.

Lea Castle Hospital, Kidderminster—extensions Phase II—extensions Phase III.

North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary—outpatient department—accident department and operating theatres.

Rubery Hill Hospital, Birmingham—rehabilitation unit—outpatient department and admission unit.

Birmingham Region Blood Transfusion Centre.

Tone Vale Hospital, Taunton—engineering services.

Hope Hospital, Salford—new materity unit.

Blackpool Victoria Hospital—ward block, outpatient department etc.

Withington Hospital—development, including new maternity unit—geriatric accommodation at Burton House.

London Hospital—reconstruction of wards—new pathological department.

Hospital for Diseases of the Chest—new children's unit, operating theatres, etc.

St. George's Hospital—preliminary stage of new building at Tooting.

Middlesex Hospital—department of physical medicine etc.

Guy's Hospital—residential staff quarters—nurses' accommodation.

Charing Cross—pilot scheme for new hospital.