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Liverpool's health park plan

30th September 2009

Proposals have been drawn up to create the UK’s first children’s health park at Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool.

Liverpool City Council has already granted planning permission and the £288m project is now being put forward to Monitor, the independent regulator of NHS foundation trusts, which is expected to make a decision on the business plan within the next few weeks. If approval is given, work could start in 2012 and be completed by 2014 and in time for the hospital’s 100th anniversary.


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Article Information

Title: Liverpool's health park plan
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 12794
Date Added: 30th Sep 2009


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