North Birmingham Mental Health

Birmingham

Project Value - £12m

Project Sector - Health

UK

About The Project

The fully operational facilities are part of Birmingham Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust retained estate, which consists of a mix of standards, ages and types of property and are located in a varied and diverse geographic area.

Partnering

The contract lasts for 35 years from financial close, which was in March 2002.

Ongoing activity

The six new build properties provide 7000 sq metres of floor space and the 48 retained premises have 27,000 sq metres. These provide facilities for 220 inpatients as well as day cases.

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