Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich is set to see a new unit for CT scans under new proposals.
The plan also includes “erection of a new entrance point for patients, with stairs and lift from the external ground level and re-providing access to the existing basement.”
195 square metres of space is to be built as an extension to existing facilities.
The hospital caters for some of the largest housing and population growth in the country. In December 2018 two new wards and 58 beds opened on site.
A new permanent structure is also being constructed outside the entrance for foot and veg stall to provide healthy food, which was covered on this site last November.
Anyone who’s been for any length of time knows the site isn’t great for food and shops.
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust have a news story about it here.
Click here to view the (rather sparse) planning application.