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Infrastructure Investment Plan 2021-22 to 2025-26: major capital projects progress update - September 2021

The following information relates to projects with a capital value of £5 million or more which are at the outline business case (or equivalent) approved stage or beyond.

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Health

Project - NHS Grampian - Aberdeen Baird Family Hospital and ANCHOR Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

The OBC outlined a cost of £163.7 million and indicated that the ANCHOR Centre was projected to be operational in 2021 and the Baird to be handed over in 2021 and be fully operational early 2022.

The FBC outlines that the total project costs is £233.2 million as per FBC Addendum and that the operational date for ANCHOR Centre is estimated for May 2023 with Baird Family Hospital estimated for December 2023.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Enquiries Grampian

gram.nhsgrampianfeedback@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

No change to cost since the last report.

The FBC was approved in September 2020 and the project is now in construction. The estimated costs of £233.2 million are as per FBC Addendum. The approved FBC states that the operational date for the ANCHOR Centre is now estimated for May 2023 with the Baird Family Hospital now estimated for December 2023.

This is later than previously reported due to a mutual agreement to extend the construction timetable to accommodate hydoseeding removal that had been put in place to manage a Healthcare Associated Infection risk during period between completion of enabling works contract and commencement of main contract.

Progress at September 2021

No change to cost or timing since the last report.

Project - NHS Highland - Redesign of Services for Skye, Lochalsh & South West Ross

Business Case Approved Stages:

The FBC for the project outlines that the total cost of the project will be £28.5 million with the new £24.8 million Community Hospital in Skye to be operational by May 2021.

The total cost relates to the reconfiguration of existing health and care premises in addition to the new hospital. The overall completion of the full programme of service redesign, including reconfiguration of existing premises is February 2023.

The new hospital is being delivered under one contract in conjunction with Badenoch and Strathspey Community Hospital.

(Hub North Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Heather Cameron

heather.cameron2@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

No change to cost or timing since the last report.

The operational date of the new Community Hospital in Skye which is in construction is estimated to be October 2021 with the overall completion of the full programme of service redesign, including reconfiguration of existing premises estimated at June 2023 (as stated in September 2020 report).

The impact of COVID-19 on construction progress has potentially incurred additional costs of approximately £1 million and this will be verified and evidenced in line with Health Facilities Scotland (HFS) agreed procedures.

The remainder of the programme of work for north Skye is currently under review following the Sir Lewis Ritchie Report and the recent purchase of Home Farm Care Home and an option appraisal is ongoing with the local community. This is likely to affect the agreed scope of the FBC.

Progress at September 2021

No change to cost since the last report.

The operational date of the new Community Hospital in Skye is now expected to be January 2022. This is 3 months later than previously reported and is due to COVID-19 related delays and impact of the forthcoming festive period.

Completion of full programme of service redesign, including reconfiguration of existing premises is still estimated at June 2023.

As previously reported, potential additional costs are yet to be finalised and the remainder of the programme of work for north Skye is currently under review.

project - NHS Highland - Redesign of Services for Badenoch and Strathspey

Business Case Approved Stages:

The FBC for the project outlines that the total cost of the project will be £27.7 million with the £23.6 million new Community Hospital in Aviemore to be operational by May 2021.

The total cost relates to the reconfiguration of existing health and care premises in addition to the new hospital. Overall completion of the full programme of service redesign, including reconfiguration of existing premises is February 2022.

Project is being delivered under one contract in conjunction with the Skye, Lochalsh & South West Ross Community Hospital.

(Hub North Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Heather Cameron

heather.cameron2@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

No change to cost since the last report.

The operational date of the new Community Hospital in Aviemore, which is in construction, is expected to be October 2021, which is later than that previously reported. The delay is due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated ongoing restrictions.

However, the overall completion of the full programme of service redesign, including reconfiguration of existing premises, is still estimated at June 2022 (as stated in September 2020 report).

The impact of COVID-19 on construction progress has potentially incurred additional costs of approximately £1 million and this will be verified and evidenced in line with Health Facilities Scotland (HFS) agreed procedures.

Progress at September 2021

No change to cost or timing since the last report.

Construction of the new Badenoch & Strathspey Community Hospital in Aviemore is now complete and the hospital is operational as of 27 September 2021.

The remaining infrastructure elements of the redesign include an extension to Kingussie Medical Practice and alterations to Ian Charles Health Centre in Grantown-on-Spey.

Project - NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - Clydebank Health & Care Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

The FBC for the project outlines that the total cost of the project will be £21.7 million (revenue funded element £20.4 million) and that it will be operational by June 2021.

(Hub West Scotland is procurement route for project)

Progress at March 2021

Contact For Public Enquiries:

John Donnelly

john.donnelly@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

No change to cost since the last report.

The project, which is in construction, will now be operational in November 2021, which is later than the July 2021 date (as stated in September 2020 report). This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated ongoing restrictions.

Progress at September 2021

No change to cost or timing since the last report.

Project - National Waiting Times Centre Board - Hospital Expansion Programme - Phase 2

Business Case Approved Stages:

The project is the second phase of the Golden Jubilee Foundation Hospital Expansion Programme, which forms part of the National Treatment Centres Programme.

The FBC for project outlines that the total cost of the project will be £80.9 million and that it is estimated to be completed in December 2022 and operational on a phased basis up to end of March 2023.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

John Scott

john.scott@gjnh.scot.nhs.uk

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The project commenced construction in November 2020.

The completion date is now June 2023 with the operational date now to August 2023. This later than at FBC and is due to two Endoscopy Rooms being added which have required a redesign of Level 2 of the building.

Project - NHS Grampian - National Treatment Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

Development of elective care facilities in NHS Grampian including modern and fit for purpose outpatient and ambulatory care facilities, supporting a ‘one-stop’ model of outpatient provision. Forms part of the National Treatment Centres Programme.

The OBC outlines that the total project cost is estimated at £52 million and that the project is planned to be operational in June 2024.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Enquiries Grampian

gram.nhsgrampianfeedback@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

Work on the FBC has been paused pending the outcome of a clinically led review of the scope of the project. Revised dates for the project plan will be confirmed following completion of this review.

Project - NHS Lothian - National Treatment Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

National Treatment Centre at St John’s Hospital in Livingston, which forms part of the National Treatment Centres Programme.

The OBC outlines that the total cost of the project will be £70.9 million and that it will be operational by spring 2023.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

NHS Lothian Communications

Lothian.Communications@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

Following a pause to understand the impact of the re-provision of Eye Services on the project scope, the FBC is now under development including review of the service model and building design.

Updates on revised costs and timeframe will be provided when fully understood as part of the FBC process.

Project - NHS Lothian - Reprovision of Eye Services

Business Case Approved Stages:

Project to re-provide eye services including those currently being delivered from the Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion, Edinburgh. Forms part of the National Treatment Centres Programme.

The OBC outlines that the total project cost is £112.5 million and that project is anticipated to be operational by December 2026.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Project - NHS Lothian Communications

Lothian.Communications@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The OBC was approved in September 2021 the FBC is now under development.

The project is estimated to commence construction in June 2024.

Proejct - NHS Highland – National Treatment Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

New National Treatment Centre providing orthopaedic elective care services and a complete ophthalmology service, which forms part of the National Treatment Centres Programme.

The FBC outlines that the total project cost is £41.3 million and that project is anticipated to be operational by October 2022.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Kevin Minnock

kevin.minnock@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The project is in construction and is progressing to programme.

Additional funding of £1.9 million has been approved, for design changes based on recommendations from the NHS Scotland Design Assessment Process.

Project - NHS Fife - Elective Orthopaedic Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

Reprovision of elective orthopaedic services at Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy that will provide a standalone all-encompassing elective orthopaedic service. Forms part of the National Treatment Centres Programme.

The FBC outlines that the total project cost is estimated at £33.2 million and that the project is planned to be completed in September 2022 and operational in November 2022.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Ben Johnson

ben.johnston2@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The project is in construction and is now planned to be completed in October 2022 and in light of December break, operational in January 2023.

This is later than that at FBC and is due to services in the ground (contractor risk) and impact of COVID-19 (isolation of contractors and material availability).

Project - NHS Forth Valley - National Treatment Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

Project to increase Elective Care capacity. Forms part of the National Treatment Centres Programme.

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Graeme Bowden

graeme.bowden@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

Project is being progressed and Phase 1 Design Development is currently concluding. Contract sums and proposals are currently being reviewed. The project to increase Elective Care capacity in NHS Forth Valley is scheduled to be completed by end of 2022.

Project - NHS Western Isles – Barra and Vatersay Community Campus

(formerly called Barra Health and Social Care Hub)

Business Case Approved Stages:

The overall Campus project includes replacement of existing Castlebay Community School and St Brendan's Hospital with a multi-use campus that will also include social care housing and community facilities.

The OBC outlines a cost of £18 million for the Health and Social Care element of the Campus and that it will be operational in 2024. The Scottish Government is funding the £18 million Health and Social Care element.

(Hub North Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Debbie Bozkurt

debbie.bozkurt@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The construction delivery partner has indicated that there will be an increase to the overall £54 million Campus costs that were agreed earlier in 2021 as well as the overall delivery of the project. This is due to an increase in key construction costs and inflation, location issues around supply chains and market conditions, as well as project scope changes.

As a result, project development is currently on hold until Hub North Scotland undertake a review and report back to the Scottish Government.

Project - NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - North East Hub

Business Case Approved Stages:

Provision of a new build community hub, which will replace 10 different buildings across Glasgow North east area. Hub will included a number of services including GP practices, pharmacy, podiatry, physiotherapy, speech therapy, adult mental health services, sexual health, social work, staff and community-training facilities, reprovision of Parkhead community library and wellbeing include health improvement.

The OBC outlines that the project is estimated to cost £67.3 million and that it is planned to be operational in June 2024

(Hub West Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

John Donnelly

john.donnelly@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The OBC was approved in February 2021. Project estimated to commence construction in March 2022.

Project - NHS Lothian - Oncology Enabling Projects, Edinburgh Cancer Centre

Business Case Approved Stages:

Project relates to upgrading the Edinburgh Cancer Centre at the Western General Hospital.

The FBC outlines that the total cost of the project is £20.6 million and that the project will be operational by November 2022.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

NHS Lothian Communications

Lothian.Communications@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The project commenced construction in December 2020 and the expected operational date is now April 2023. This delay reflects the delay of governance approvals to FBC and resultant delay to construction commencing.

Project - NHS Ayrshire & Arran - National Secure Adolescent inpatient Service

Business Case Approved Stages:

Project comprises 12 bedded medium secure adolescent inpatient facility for Scotland located in Irvine, North Ayrshire.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Iain Fairley

iain.fairley@aapct.scot.nhs.uk

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

FBC approval is pending the outcome of the NHS Scotland ASSURE process. The NHS Scotland ASSURE report is to be submitted to the Scottish Government Capital Investment Group (CIG) in October / November 2021.

Project - NHS Tayside - Electrical Infrastructure Zone 2 - Radiotherapy, Maternity and West Ward Block

Business Case Approved Stages:

Project will provide fully compliant primary electrical infrastructure, site resilience and dual unified supplies for the Radiotherapy, Maternity and West Ward block at Ninewells Hospital

The approved FBC outlines that the total cost of the project is £7.9 million and that it will be operational by May 2021.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Niall Deuchar

tay.projectinfo@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The project commenced construction in February 2021 and the expected operational date is now April 2022. The delay is due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation (this has affected both time and availability of construction materials) and onsite unknown operational issues with the existing Ninewells infrastructure.

Project - NHS Tayside - Children's Theatre Suite Project including the Multi Storey Plant Room

Business Case Approved Stages:

Project will create a dedicated Children’s Theatre Suite (CTS) comprising a pre-assessment / waiting area, 2 operating theatres and a 10-bedded ward area. The Multi-Storey Plant Room will provide the CTS accommodation and provide plant room space for CTS, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Electrical Infrastructure Zone 2 - Radiotherapy, Maternity and West Ward Block.

The FBC outlines that the total cost of the project is £11.5 million and that it will be operational by October 2020.

(Frameworks Scotland is procurement route for project)

Contact For Public Enquiries:

Niall Deuchar

tay.projectinfo@nhs.scot

Progress at March 2021

N/A

Progress at September 2021

The project commenced construction in August 2019.

The total cost of project is now estimated at £12.9 million, which is an increase to that as outlined at FBC. The revised contract completion date is now February 2022, which is later than that outlined in FBC. The delay is due to the interdependencies with the Zone 1 project delays, the ongoing COVID-19 situation (this has affected both time and availability of construction materials) and onsite unknown operational issues with the existing Ninewells infrastructure.

Contact

Email: Stuart.Mckeown@gov.scot

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