HC Deb 19 July 1999 vol 335 cc412-3W
Mr. Fearn

To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will list the sites owned by the National Health Service which the NHS Executive is seeking planning permission for housing developments and the current status of each application. [90742]

Mr. Denham

A list of sites owned by my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for which planning permission for housing development is being sought is given in the table. The list includes the current status of each application.

This list does not include sites owned by National Health Service trusts, since they would themselves be seeking planning permission, not the NHS Executive. Information relating to NHS trusts could be provided only at disproportionate cost.

Region Current status of planning applications
Hill End Hospital 1-
Runwell Hospital, Wickford 1-
Colchester sites 1-
Heath Hospital, Tendring 1-
Goston Manor, Watford 1-
Cassell Hospital, Richmond 1-
Queens Hospital, Croydon 2-
Bexley Hospital, Bexley 1-
Napsbury Hospital, Herts 3-
South East
Lord Mayor Treloar, Alton 1-
Land at Graylingwell, Chichester 1-
Land at Haywards Heath 1-
Land at Southlands, Worthing 1-
Milford Hospital, Milford 1-
Mabledon Hospital, Dartford 1-
South West
Pewsey Hospital, Pewsey 1-
Part Exminster Hospital, Exminster 1-
St. Anne's, Bournemouth 2-
St. Leonard's Hospital, Ringwood 1-
Henham Hall Hospital, Avon 3-
St. Margarets Hospital, Swindon 1-
PEOH, Exeter 1-
West Midlands
Stollington, Staffordshire 1-
Chelmsley Hospital, Marston Green 1-
North West
Florence Nightingale Hospital, Bury 1-
Lancaster Moor Hospital, Lancaster 1-
Whittingham Hospital, Preston 3-
Manor/Kingsway, S. Derby 1-
Rauceby Hospital, Rauceby 1-
Northern and Yorkshire
Newton Aycliffe Hospital 1-
Northowram Hospital, Northowram 1-
Seacroft Hospital, Leeds 1-
Middleston Hospital 1-
Rawcliffe Hall Hospital 1-
St. George's Hospital, Morpeth 1-
St. Mary's Hospital, Stannington 1-
Cherry Knowle Hospital, Ryhope 1-
1 A planning application has been made, and determination by the local planning authority is awaited.
2 The local planning authority has resolved to approve the application subject to conditions including Section 106 planning obligations which are now being negotiated.
3 The planning application is subject of an appeal, the outcome of which is awaited.
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