HC Deb 14 July 1983 vol 45 c409W
Mr. Terlezki

asked the Secretary of State for Wales (1) what is his reason for the decision to demolish staff quarters at Rhydlafar hospital; what advantages will be gained from the rebuilding; and what are the costs involved;

(2) if he has estimated the cost of upgrading the present operating theatre at Rhydlafar hospital; what are the advantages of the proposed reciting; whether adequate back-up facilities will be close by; what will happen to the school building where the operating theatre is to be sited; and what provision will be made for education of the school-aged hospital population;

(3) why it is proposed to decrease the number of children's beds at the Prince of Wales hospital, Rhydlafar, from 38 to 22; and how many children are at present on the waiting list;

(4) if, in the event of the present heating system breaking down and the contingency plan of dispersing staff and patients to other hospitals being activated, he will