HC Deb 02 March 1965 vol 707 cc233-6W
Mr. Stodart

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what hospital building projects costing over £100,000 were under

Scheme Expected date of completion (actual to February, 1965) Estimated cost (buildings, fees and equipment) £
New Hospital, Fort William March, 1965 519,000
New Hospital, Portree, Skye January, 1965 147,000
Central Hospital, Caithness—1st Phase November, 1965 145,000
Ross Memorial Hospital, Dingwall—New maternity and physiotherapy departments September, 1966 111,000
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary—Extension, Stage I March, 1966 1,639,000
Aberdeen Maternity Hospital—New ante-natal clinic March, 1966 120,000
Ladysbridge Hospital, Banff—Reconstruction and extension 1969–70 l,192,000†
New Teaching Hospital and Medical School, Ninewells, Dundee 1970 13,188,000
Dundee Dental Hospital and School—Reconstruction and extension September, 1967 630,000
Dundee Royal Infirmary and Maryfield Hospital—Upgrading January, 1966 135,000
Murray Royal Hospital, Perth—72 bed pavilion March, 1966 204,000
Dundee Royal Infirmary—Neurosurgical unit March, 1966 137,000
Western General Hospital, Edinburgh-Maintenance of Services—Phase I March, 1965 145,000
Transplantation surgery unit March, 1966 215,000*


* Cost being met by Nuffield Foundation.

† A substantial part of this scheme is already completed.

(3) what proportion of deaths of women caused by cancer in Swansea in the last 10 years is attributable to cervical cancer; and how the Swansea proportion compares with the national proportion.

Mr. Loughlin

The information is as follows:

way or had been contracted for on 15th October, 1964; when he expects each of these projects to be completed; and what is the estimated cost of each.

Mr. Ross

The particulars are in the table below:

Scheme Expected date of completion (actual to February, 1965 Estimated cost (buildings, fees and equipment) £
Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh—Outpatient department, child psychiatric unit, etc March, 1967 150,000
Eastern General Hospital, Edinburgh—Renewal of heating and electrical services September, 1966 102,000
City Hospital, Edinburgh—Developments October, 1967 889,000
Royal Edinburgh Hospital—Professorial unit May, 1965 305,000
Princess Margaret Rose Hospital, Edinburgh—Nurse training unit, clinical unit, limb fitting centre March, 1965 197,000
Milesmark Hospital, Dunfermline—Upgrading, ward unit, and outpatient department March, 1966 382,000
New mental deficiency hospital, Lynebank, Fife December, 1967 2,066,000
Bangour Village Hospital, Broxburn—Electrical rewiring scheme etc. October, 1964 120,000
Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy—Second extension February, 1966 2,495,000
Elsie Inglis Hospital, Edinburgh—New labour ward, isolation unit and staff quarters September, 1965 139,000
Liberton Hospital, Edinburgh—Extension for geriatric use December, 1966 850,000
Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow—Outpatients department September, 1966 620,000
Baird Street, Glasgow—Conversion for rheumatology February, 1965 147,000
Cowglen Hospital, Glasgow—Upgrading for geriatric use November, 1965 282,000
Gartloch Hospital, Glasgow—Upgrading hospital block March, 1967 146,000
New Hospital—Bowmore, Islay September, 1965 152,000
Dunoon General Hospital—Redevelopment September, 1965 428,000
Canniesburn, Glasgow—New plastic surgery hospital September, 1966 989,000
Duntocher, Clydebank—G.P. maternity unit October, 1965 116,000
Stirling Royal Infirmary—Outpatients and casualty departments November, 1964 117,000
Falkirk and District Royal Infirmary—
Experimental wards/operating theatres plus additional floor February, 1966 661,000
New kitchen, dining rooms, pharmacy June, 1965 216,000
Bellsdyke Hospital, Larbert—6 ward villa blocks June, 1966 826,000
Royal Scottish National Hospital, Larbert—Extension, Stage III July, 1966 261,000

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