Royal Blackburn Hospital

Blackburn

Project Value - £398m

Project Sector - Health

UK

About The Project

The acute hospital has over 700 beds, and the project came about as a result of two former Hospital Trusts merging in 2004, to create the East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.

As the site contains both new buildings and a retained estate, there are two levels of service which have to be delivered, monitored and reported against.

The concession runs until July 2041.

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