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Parliamentary debates and questions

S5W-01841: Clare Haughey (Rutherglen)

Scottish National Party

Date lodged: 9 August 2016

To ask the Scottish Government how much will be invested in major NHS projects in each of the next four years.

Answered by: Shona Robison 5 September 2016

At this stage, the NHS capital budget is not known beyond 2016-17, therefore there is an element of uncertainty as to what major NHS projects will be undertaken over the next four years.

NHS capital projects in development (with a capital value over £5 million) are listed below along with the expected cost and estimated completion date. The various projects have been grouped into Public Capital, Non-Profit Distribution (NPD) and Revenue financed Hub investments. Major capital projects usually span more than one financial year, therefore the expected completion date is noted below. It should also be noted that the completion date is an estimate which may be subject to change.

NHS boards have also submitted a number of projects to the NHS Capital Investment Group (CIG) for consideration and these projects are progressing through the business case approval process. However until the CIG approve a business case, it will not be included as a planned investment.

Public Capital

NHS Ayrshire and Arran – Building for Better Care (£28 million), Completion expected 2017

NHS Grampian – Baird Family Hospital and ANCHOR Centre (£145 million), Timescales TBC

NHS Highland - Raigmore Critical Care and Theatres (£29 million), Completion expected 2019

NHS Lanarkshire - Monklands Hospital Theatres and ICU (£20 million), Completion expected 2018

NHS Western Isles - St Brendans Hospital (circa £9 million), Timescales TBC

Scottish Ambulance Service - Fleet Replacement for period 2016/2021 (circa £80 million), Ongoing

NHS Scotland – Elective centres (circa £200 million), Timescales TBC

NPD

NHS Ayrshire and Arran - Acute Mental Health and North Ayrshire Community Hospital (£55 million), Completion expected 2016

NHS Dumfries and Galloway - Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary (£274 million), Completion expected 2018

NHS Lothian - Royal Hospital for Sick Children / Department of Clinical Neurosciences (£230 million), Completion expected 2017

NHS Orkney - New Balfour Hospital (£67 million), Completion expected 2018

National Services Scotland - Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service National Centre (£38 million), Completion expected 2017

Revenue-financed Hub projects

NHS Forth Valley – Stirling Care Village (circa £35 million), Completion TBC.

NHS Grampian - Inverurie Health and Care Hub (£14 million), Completion expected 2018

NHS Grampian - Foresterhill Campus - Foresterhill Health Centre (£8 million), Completion expected 2018

NHS Grampian - Primary Healthcare Priorities in Grampian (£19 million), Completion TBC

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde – Maryhill and Eastwood Health Centres (£25 million), Completion expected 2016

NHS Greater Glasgow andClyde – Gorbals and Woodside Health Centres (circa £33 million), Completion expected 2017

NHS Greater Glasgow andClyde – Inverclyde Continuing Care for Adults and Older People (£8.5 million), Completion expected 2017

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde – Clydebank and Greenock Health Centres (circa £38 million), Completion expected 2019

NHS Highland - Community Hospitals for Skyle, Lochalsh and South West Ross and Badenoch and Strathspey (circa £30 million), Timescales TBC

NHS Lothian – Partnership Centres – Blackburn, NW Edinburgh, Firhill (circa £25 million), Completion expected 2018

NHS Lothian – East Lothian Community Hospital (circa £72 million), Completion expected 2020

NHS Lothian - Royal Edinburgh Campus Redevelopment (Phase 1 £49 million, further phases circa £120 million), Phase 1 expected completion 2016, further phases TBC

NHS Tayside - NHS Scotland Pharmaceuticals Specials Service (£26 million), Timescales TBC

NHS Tayside - Dundee Community Care (circa £20 million), Timescales TBC