Plans have been submitted for the large-scale redevelopment of Hillingdon Hospital.

Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Trust has applied to the London Borough of Hillingdon to demolish existing buildings on the site and replace them with a modern 80,000 sq m building with 781 parking spaces. The scheme includes plans for 327 homes on the grounds.

The hybrid application seeks:

  • Full permission for demolition of existing hospital buildings, excluding the Tudor Centre and Old Creche, and their replacement with a new hospital of seven storeys plus ground and basement, multi-storey car park and surface car park which could be used for future expansion of the hospital.
  • Outline permission for demolition of buildings on the remainder of the site (excluding the Grade II-listed Furze) for a development of homes and commercial space with car and cycle parking.

Public consultations are being held at the civic offices on:

  • Wednesday, June, 10am to 11am and 1pm to 2.30pm
  • Wednesday July 6,:10am to 11am and 5pm to 6.30pm

To attend, contact

The design team, led by IBI, includes Prior & Partners, Savills, Mott MacDonald, AECOM, Ridge and Tenos.

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