Hillingdon Hospital consultation
A planning application for a new Hillingdon Hospital has been submitted to Hilllingdon Council by Hillingdon NHS Trust.
This consultation has now closed.
About the application
Hillingdon NHS Trust's application for a new Hillingdon Hospital involves:
- a full application seeking planning permission for demolition of existing buildings (excluding the Tudor Centre and the Old Creche) and redevelopment of the site to provide the new Hillingdon Hospital, multi-storey car park and mobility hub, vehicle access, highways works, associated plant, generators, substation, new internal roads, landscaping and public open space, utilities, servicing area, surface car park/ expansion space, and other works incidental to the proposed development and
- an outline planning application (all matters reserved, except for access) for the demolition of buildings and structures on the remaining site (excluding the Grade II Listed Furze) for a mixed-use development comprising residential (Class C3) and supporting commercial, business and service uses (Class E), new pedestrian and vehicular access, public realm, amenity space, car and cycling parking.
Details: Comprising a maximum height of 8 storeys, 79,594sqm of hospital building (GIA) plus 23,034sqm of multi-storey car park, 327 residential units and 800sqm of commercial floorspace.