Architects Wanted for New Leeds Hospitals Soon to be Built

ARCHITECTS are wanted for the 2 new Leeds hospitals set to be built at the Leeds General Infirmary.

The search is on for talented architects as tenders are issued by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Design teams are also needed. The plan is for a new Adult healthcare Hospital to be built and the Leeds Children’s Hospital will be rehomed. The 2 hospitals will have over 1 million sq ft of land dedicated to the build and will take 5 years. The plan has been named, Hospitals of the Future and is part of the Government’s Health Infrastructure Plan.

Chief executive of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Julian Hartley said, “We need architectural partners that can rise to the challenge of this exciting, complex design brief and work with us to deliver world-class hospitals.”

The Trust hopes to build the most advanced digital hospitals in the UK and will focus on the environment in the design, including both carbon reduction and sustainability aspects.

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