Jersey’s Ministers for Health and Infrastructure say they remain committed to delivering a new hospital for Jersey and welcome the independent inspector’s conclusion that the case for the new hospital is compelling. The full response can be located here. You can read the decision from the Minister for the Environment here.
The Minister for Health and Community Services, Deputy Richard Renouf, has published a response to the open letter from Jean Lelliott. The full response can be located here.
The Minister for Health and Community Services, Deputy Richard Renouf, has published a response to the Hospital Policy Development Board report on plans for a new hospital for Jersey. He disagrees with several of the Board's findings, because he says that they were not based on evidence. The full response can be located here.
The Hospital Policy Development Board has presented its report to the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister set up the Board to review the decision to build a new hospital on the existing site. The findings and recommendations of the report will be considered by the Council of Ministers over the coming weeks. You can find [...]
The frequently asked questions have been updated following recent engagement events with neighbours and businesses. Please click here to see the full list of questions.
Neighbourhood meetings If you live or work in or near the hospital you’re invited to the next neighbourhood forum. This is an opportunity to get an update on the hospital project and talk to the project team. Wednesday, 21 November 2018 6 pm to 8 pm at St Helier Town Hall [...]
Jersey’s planned hospital costs have been independently assessed and the results published by Scrutiny: The review, by Concerto and Partners on behalf of the Minister for Treasury and Resources, says the project can deliver the new hospital within the agreed budget of £466m. It was commissioned to provide an independent assessment of overall confidence in [...]
Architects working on the proposed new hospital showed the recent public inquiry the most up-to-date illustrations of how the building could look. View from Gloucester Street View from Parade Gardens Internal view Internal walkway