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Jersey’s General Hospital needs to be replaced. It’s old, it’s deteriorating and it can’t provide the modern clinical facilities that Jersey needs.

The States Assembly agreed in December 2016 that a new hospital should be built on the site of the current hospital. In December 2017 the Assembly agreed to fund the new hospital through a blend of borrowing and some savings.

The hospital project team has submitted a planning application that takes into account the comments of the planning inspector, who said the area proposed in the original outline planning application was too small for the size of the building that is required.


2018 Outline Planning Application – 18 April 2018

Gloucester Street A revised planning application for Jersey’s new hospital has been submitted. The revised scheme incorporates significant changes to the original outline plan, answering concerns by the independent Planning Inspector, the Environment Minister and some Islanders, about the scale of the proposed hospital and its impact on [...]

Revised planning application to be submitted – 9 April 2018

Architect's impression of street view on Kensington Place Following a recommendation from the Future Hospital Project Board, the Political Oversight Group has approved the submission of the application for outline planning permission for the revised Future Hospital. The revised design incorporates some significant changes from the original outline [...]

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