The New St Ann's

There is an exciting vision for the future of the St Ann’s Hospital site in Haringey.  We have worked with local groups over the last few years to build broad support for a high level vision for the future of St Ann’s, which is:

To create a modern health campus with a sustainable mix of mental health and other services including the existing Moorfields Eye Hospital, Whittington Health community health services, North Middlesex Hospital and breast screening services, with a mix of new family houses and flats and public open space. 

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Outline planning application for redevelopment of St Ann’s Hospital approved

The Trust’s plans to redevelop St Ann’s Hospital in Haringey moved a step closer with the approval of the outline planning application by Haringey Council in March 2015. This followed several years of development, including extensive input from patients, staff, partners and local people,

The latest proposals involve a series of improvements to the health facilities, which will occupy just over one third of the site, along with a residential development to create new family houses and flats for local people. These will include both private and affordable homes. St Ann’s will not close, all the current health services will remain, but be provided in improved facilities, including a new, purpose-built, mental health inpatient building to replace the current poor quality mental health wards on the site.

 

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