Skip to main content

South-East Thames Regional Health Authority

Volume 927: debated on Wednesday 2 March 1977

The text on this page has been created from Hansard archive content, it may contain typographical errors.

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what new or improved provision has been undertaken since 1st April 1974 or is now planned for that part of the South-East Thames Regional Health Authority area outside Greater London.

In respect of schemes costing £200,000 or more the information is as follows:

East Sussex: Undertaken:

  • Royal Sussex County Hospital—interim development phases 1, 2A and 3A.
  • Eastbourne District General Hospital—phase 1.
  • Brighton General Hospital—upgrading.
  • Laughton Lodge, Eastbourne, secure unit —upgrading.
  • Buchanan Hospital, Hastings—adaptations.

In Planning:

  • Royal Sussex County Hospital—phase 3B.
  • Ambulance Control Centre, Eastbourne.
  • Health Centres at Hampden Park, Langrey and Uckfield.

Kent: Undertaken:

  • Buckland Hospital, Dover—improvements.
  • Kent and Canterbury Hospital—improvements.
  • Thanet Hospital—ward replacements.
  • Darenth Park—staff residences.
  • William Harvey District General Hospital, Ashford—phase 1.
  • All Saints Hospital, Chatham—geriatric ward.
  • Pembury Hospital, Tunbridge Wells—geriatric ward.
  • Health Centres at Faversham, Chatham and Gillingham.

In Planning:

  • Maidstone District General Hospital—phase 1, also District Nurse Training School.
  • Kent and Sussex, Tunbridge Wells—in terim development.
  • Buckland Hospital—interim development.
  • Kent and Canterbury Hospital—further works.
  • Health Centres at Broadstairs and Dartford.