Work on the £242 million redevelopment of Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire has started on site.

A sketch of the redevelopment
Broadmoor Hospital redevelopment now under way

The redevelopment, led by Kier Construction, received planning permission in 2012 and includes 10 new wards, providing accommodation for 210 patients within a new secure environment and new gardens, recreation areas ‘and extensive landscaping’.

The design, led by Oxford Architects with LDA Design, will also include a new entrance building and central facilities building. As part of the enabling works package for the project, a new energy centre and staff training facility have already been constructed.
The landscape proposals for the main redevelopment, designed by LDA Design, include a range of new gardens and ‘high-quality spaces’ for use by patients, staff and visitors. The landscape is an integral part of the new hospital environment.
LDA Design has worked with the West London Mental Health NHS Trust and contractor Balfour Beatty since 2012 to deliver other phases of enabling works, including the design and completion of the main access road to the new hospital, constructed to minimise local community disruption.

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