The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust (RNOH) is preparing to submit a planning application to the London Borough of Harrow (LBH) in the summer of 2012.
The planning application, which will be in the form of a masterplan, aims to replace the outline planning application as it no longer secures the best outcome for the Trust, given the change in health provision and reduced hospital requirements.
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) has welcomed Royal visitors to its Stanmore site as it prepares to raise funds for its Redevelopment Appeal.
His Royal Highness The Duke of York, KG, and his daughter Princess Eugenie visited the Trust following the RNOH Charity's commitment to raising £15million over the next five years to fund vital projects for the phase one redevelopment of the hospital.
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) NHS Trust is delighted to announce that, following rigorous evaluation of bids received from eight potential partners, it has shortlisted three bidders for phase 1 of the redevelopment of its hospital at Stanmore under a Private Finance Initiative (PFI).
More than 100 interested representatives from the construction industry have attended a bidders open day at the RNOH's Stanmore site.
The event received a flurry of interest following an advertisement for a consortium that can design, build, service and fund the Stanmore Private Finance Initiative (PFI) project.
Steve Turner, PFI project director, said the turnout at the open day, which provided presentations about the PFI project, the services provided, the RNOH's aspirations for redevelopment along with Foundation Trust is very encouraging.
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital has pushed ahead with its plans to redevelop its Stanmore site by advertising for a consortium that can design, build, service and fund the redevelopment.
The Trust has submitted an advertisement to the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU), inviting expressions of interest from bidders interested in the Stanmore redevelopment.
Chief Executive Rob Hurd said it was a key milestone in the official procurement process.