Scotland’s life sciences hub Edinburgh BioQuarter has unveiled its vision for its planned £750 million investment which aims to create a new vibrant mixed-use neighbourhood, supporting a community of more than 20,000 people.
NHS Lothian and East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership have this week taken possession of the remainder of the newly completed East Lothian Community Hospital building in Haddington ahead of patients moving in over the next couple of months.
The ventilation issues which delayed the opening of the £150 million Sick Children’s Hospital in Edinburgh stemmed from a tender error back in 2012, the Scottish Government said yesterday as it announced the facility won’t be operational for at least another year.
The problems which resulted in the delayed opening of the Sick Children’s Hospital in Edinburgh were “built into” the £150 million development due to political pressure to avoid delays, a senior architect has claimed.
A detailed assessment of compliance of all building systems is to be undertaken at the new Royal Hospital for Children and Young People (RHCYP) to guarantee the safety of patients and staff, the Scottish Government said today.
Infrastructure secretary Michael Matheson has launched the latest update of the Scottish Government's infrastructure programme during a visit to the £70 million East Lothian Community Hospital project in Haddington. The annual progress report details the £1.4 billion of ne
Morrison Construction has celebrated surpassing a major milestone at the site of the East Lothian Community Hospital project in Haddington. The health facility, being delivered for NHS Lothian with development partner hub South East, has reached the fully weathertight stage of construction.
Plans to transform the current Royal Hospital for Sick Children site in Edinburgh into student accommodation have been given the green light. Downing Group plans to demolish some later additions to the site to make way for 323 student flats and convert the original hospital building into 126 residen
NHS Lothian has unveiled proposals for a new two storey renal unit within its Western General Hospital site in Edinburgh. Initiation plans from HLM Architects show the development will comprise clinical, staff and support accommodation, with associated landscaping.
During the development of East Lothian Community Hospital, the physiotherapy team based at Roodlands needed a space to continue to provide much needed rehabilitative in-patient care. The £70 million development will create a modern, purpose-built hospital on the existing Roodlands Hospital sit
Two key milestones have been reached at the £70m East Lothian Community Hospital project being built by Morrison Construction, with the steel structure now complete and all factory-built bathroom pods delivered to site.
Robertson Group is to lead a significant programme of refurbishment at one of Edinburgh’s biggest hospitals. The firm will redevelop areas within the Western General Hospital for NHS Lothian following the appointment of RMF Health – a consortium consisting of Robertson and FES.