§ Mrs. Currie
We have the largest ever sustained building programme in the history of the Health Service. There are currently 506 health building schemes, each
Region Scheme Date of completion Northern RHA South Cleveland General Scheme 2 Phase 1B 30 January 1988 Yorkshire RHA Bridlington New Community Hospital 23 October 1987 Yorkshire RHA Goole New Community Hospital 15 January 1988 Yorkshire RHA Northowram Hospital EPD Ward and Day Hospital 19 November 1987 Yorkshire RHA Regional Distribution Centre 5 October 1987 Trent RHA Chesterfield and NRDH Phase 2B 23 November 1987 Trent RHA Coalville Community Hospital 16 October 1987 Trent RHA Kings Mill DGH Phase 3 Enabling works 26 February 1988 Trent RHA Northern General Geriatric 12 February 1988 Trent RHA Victoria Mansfield—Phase 1 16 February 1988 East Anglian RHA Ipswich Phase 3 Heath Road Wing (Nucleus) 18 January 1988 East Anglian RHA Peterborough 2nd DGH Phase 1 11 December 1987 East Anglian RHA Regional Blood Transfusion Centre 11 November 1987 North West Thames RHA Bedford General Rehabilitation Facilities 25 January 1988 North West Thames RHA Central Middlesex Psychiatric Unit 11 April 1988 North West Thames RHA Ealing Maternity Unit 7 March 1988 North West Thames RHA Edgware General Hospital—Pathology 13 May 1988 North West Thames RHA Mount Vernon Medical Block 24 February 1988 North West Thames RHA St. Stephen's Aids Centre 30 June 1988 North East Thames RHA Clacton Community Hospital Phase 2 19 August 1988 North East Thames RHA Harold Wood Phase 2 School of Nursing 22 September 1988 North East Thames RHA St. Ann's M I Day Hospital and ESMI 8 July 1988 South East Thames RHA Faversham Hospital Geriatric Wards 26 July 1988 South East Thames RHA Hastings DGH Pre-Phase Works 16 February 1988 South East Thames RHA Queen Mary's Sidcup—Pathology 10 December 1987 South West Thames RHA Crawley Hospital Phase 4 20 May 1988 South West Thames RHA East Surrey DGH Phase 2 Frame Contract 25 July 1988 South West Thames RHA East Surrey DGH Phase 2 Preliminary Works 25 January 1988 South West Thames RHA Harrowlands—Unit for Younger Disabled 22 January 1988 Wessex RHA Bournemouth DGH—Phase 1B Residential 4 December 1987 Wessex RHA Poole General Hospital—Maternity Extension 2 October 1987 Wessex RHA St. Andrew's Redevelopment—Phase 1A 6 November 1987 Oxford RHA Heatherwood MI/EMI 7 December 1987 Oxford RHA Horton Phase 3A Geriatric Wexham Park—Mods Pathology Pharmacy and 6 November 1987 Oxford RHA X-Ray 1 August 1988 South Western RHA Charlton Lane Development Phase 1 5 January 1988 South Western RHA Cirencester Memorial Replacement and ESMI beds 31 March 1988 South Western RHA Glenside Sub-Regional Secure Unit 19 July 1988 South Western RHA South Molton Hospital Geriatric and GP Unit 31 March 1988 South Western RHA Tewkesbury General Hospital Geriatric and GP Unit 21 March 1988 West Midlands RHA Bradwell New Geriatric Unit (Nucleus) 30 October 1987 West Midlands RHA Good Hope Phase 3A 13 April 1988 West Midlands RHA Warwick DGH—Phase 1 (Nucleus) 31 March 1988 West Midlands RHA Wordsley—Obstetrics Alder Hey Paed, Cardiology and Institute of Child 15 December 1987 Mersey RHA Health 11 May 1988 Mersey RHA Broadgreen Development Phase 1 (Nucleus) 2 September 1988 Mersey RHA Fazakerley Hospital Acute MI Unit 29 July 1988 Mersey RHA North Sefton DGH Southport Phase 1 (Nucleus) 30 June 1988 Mersey RHA St. Catherine's Birkenhead Redevelopment Phase 1 7 December 1987 Mersey RHA St. Helen's Phase 2 Central Production Unit 6 January 1988 Mersey RHA Warrington DGH Phase B (Nucleus) Burnely Gen Reedyford—HSDU and replace 24 March 1988 North Western RHA Pharmacy 19 February 1988 North Western RHA Chorley Regional Store 25 October 1987 North Western RHA Clifton Community Hospital 18 January 1988 North Western RHA Fairfield Phase 1 14 June 1988 North Western RHA Oldham DGH HSDU 9 October 1987 North Western RHA Tameside General Phase 2 27 January 1988 North Western RHA Trafford Regional Store 6 December 1987
costing over £1 million, at various stages of planning design and construction with a total value of over £4 billion. This year capital investment in the National Health Service is expected to exceed £1 billion.
§ Mrs. Currie
Following is a list of the 60 health building schemes, each costing over £1 million, which were completed between 1 October 1987 and 30 September 1988.583W
Region Scheme Date of completion Non RHA Hammersmith Hospital Redevelopment Phase 1 27 April 1988 Non RHA Moorfields Eye Hospital Redevelopment Phase 2B 11 March 1988
§ Mrs. Currie
Since 1979, 306 health building schemes, each costing over £1 million, have been started and completed in England.
§ 60. Mr. Harris
To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many major hospital schemes are currently under construction.
§ Mrs. Currie
There are currently 143 health building schemes, each costing over £1 million, under construction in England.