100 beds planned at Queen Elizabeth hospital extension in Woolwich

Plans will be decided in early January on constructing an extension to Woolwich’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Greenwich’s Planning Board will decide on a three-storey extension on a car park opposite Charlton Cemetery on the 9th January.

The current site. Very poor existing PFI hospital buildings can be seen

Officers have wisely asked for additional trees to block the view.

On one floor there will be staff quarters and equipment with the floor above seeing 60 beds including 12 x 4 bed rooms and 10 single rooms.

On the third floor there will be a total of 40 beds with:

  • 12 Critical Care Rooms
  • 3 four bed rooms
  • 1 HDU space with 8 bed spaces
  • 8 Single rooms

Design wise it’s very much in keeping with the “budget” 2001 PFI hospital. This has a splash of colour.

The planning reference is 17/3282/F

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