Royal Edinburgh Campus redevelopment: Phase 1

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The redevelopment programme for the Royal Edinburgh Hospital Campus aims to replace outmoded inpatient facilities with modern, fit-for-purpose facilities.

The completed phase one of the redevelopment includes new accommodation for the adult acute mental health inpatient service, older people’s mental health assessment, Intensive Psychiatric Care Service (IPCU) and the new Robert Fergusson national brain injury unit.
Further redevelopment of the campus is planned to be undertaken in phased stages over the following years. In November 2014, the Scottish Government committed a further £120 million for future phases of the campus redevelopment.
About this development
Project Royal Edinburgh Hospital Campus redevelopment: Phase 1
Location Edinburgh
Client Body NHS Lothian
Delivery Team Hub South East Scotland Ltd, Archial NORR
Value £45.2m, Masterplan: approx. £300 million
Development Types  Mental health, Inpatient facility, Masterplanning
Procurement Type  Design Build Finance and Maintain (DBFM)
Design Statement Royal Edinburgh Hospital redevelopment

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