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Concerto report published – 1 October 2018

October 1st, 2018|

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 [...]

Artist’s illustrations – 25 September 2018

September 25th, 2018|

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

Neighbourhood Newsletter – September 2018

September 25th, 2018|

Click here to see our latest neighbourhood newsletter Hospital Neighbourhood News September 2018

2018 Outline Planning Application – 18 April 2018

April 18th, 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 St Helier. Key features of [...]

Revised planning application to be submitted – 9 April 2018

April 10th, 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 plan in terms of the [...]

Pre-construction agreement moves Future Hospital forward – 19 March 2018

March 20th, 2018|

The States of Jersey has selected J3 Limited as pre-construction partner for the ongoing project to develop Jersey’s new hospital. J3 is a joint venture between leading UK building and civil engineering contractor Sir Robert McAlpine, Channel Islands construction company Garenne Construction Group, and infrastructure, support services and facilities management business FES Group. The partnership [...]

Revised hospital plans unveiled 12 March 2018

March 13th, 2018|

https://youtu.be/mnwkUMMG61U Proposals for a revised planning application for Jersey’s new hospital have been unveiled. The revised scheme has made some 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 St Helier. The revisions [...]

Hospital project ready for next phase as funding plans and business case are passed

December 14th, 2017|

A landmark decision by Jersey’s politicians has paved the way for the construction of the Island’s new General Hospital. Members of the States Assembly endorsed funding proposals and the outline business case for the project by 30 votes to 16 at the conclusion of two days of debate. The Hospital will be built on the [...]

Open Letter to States Members from three senior clinical representatives

December 11th, 2017|

On the eve of the funding debate for Jersey’s Future Hospital, three senior clinical representatives have written an Open Letter to States Members, urging them to support the proposition. _ Click here to view as PDF. Open Letter to All States Members   Sunday 10 December, 2017   Dear States Member,   You are due to [...]

The hospital catering department respond to queries about how they prepare food and their future move to St Peter in autumn 2018

November 24th, 2017|

Click here to view and print as PDF. Transforming patient food The General Hospital uses a ‘Cook Chill’ food operation that has been modified and rationalised since being introduced in 1987. This is an internationally-recognised system providing safe, palatable, nutritious food for patients and staff alike; around 60% of NHS trusts use this system. The [...]