Blackburn Partnership Centre

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The proposed Blackburn Partnership Centre brings together a range of primary care and community services currently operated from a variety of premises in the village which are reaching the end of their serviceable life, and are no longer suited for effective service delivery. The new centre will offer the community a range of co-located services delivered within a modern purpose built facility.

A key influence on the design is the relationship between the new building and the existing shopping centre adjacent the site. Although not part of this application there is a proposal to create a new entrance in the east elevation of the Mill Centre, opening up a route between the these two facilities at the heart of the village.

The building provides accommodation for both West Lothian Council and NHS Lothian and is to be delivered by Hub South East Scotland.

About this development
Project Blackburn Partnership Centre
Location Blackburn, West Lothian
Client Body NHS Lothian
Delivery Team Hoskins Architects, Hub South East Scotland
Value £8.2 million
Procurement Type DBFM
Development Types Primary Care
Design Statement Blackburn Partnership Centre

Healthier Places

Supporting the creation of truly healing places and healthier communities across Scotland.


Supporting NHSScotland Health Boards and their partners in the creation of successful healthcare facilities by sharing best practice.

SCIM Design Statements

Description of SCIM Design Statements for NHS Scotland with links to project pages.

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