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2nd Aug 2017

The Woodside Health and Care Centre, which is being delivered jointly with Gorbals Health and Care Centre, is a new primary care facility which will integrate both Social Work as well as Health services. The building work commenced in April this year with practical completion due in autumn 2018.

The 6730m2 Woodside Health and Care Centre, which is replacing an existing NHS Health Centre, will be located on Doncaster Street. The £20m development will provide the local community with access to GP surgeries, physiotherapy, adult services, the older people’s team and other community services.

Hub West Scotland

Apollo and its partners have been appointed by the Western Territory Hub Programme Board as their partner to deliver over £200m of public sector infrastructure projects for 16 West Scotland public sector bodies across Glasgow, Inverclyde, East and West Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire.

Apollo sits alongside Community Solutions Investments Partners Limited and Morgan Sindall Investments as shareholders in WellSpring Partnership Limited, the joint venture partnership formed to deliver these projects. Since reaching financial close in April 2012 and formal launch in October 2012, the WellSpring Partnership has seen a total of 13 projects progress through development and delivery.

The current Business Plan has identified the potential to develop an estimated £250m worth of projects. We have worked to reach financial close on five projects in the first half of 2014 and a further seventeen planned in 2015. These comprise of two further major health centres (with a further eight in feasibility), a specialist care home, primary and secondary schools, council facilities and leisure centres.

www.hubwestscotland.co.uk

PROJECT DETAILS

Project Type: Primary care facility integrating both Social Work and Health Services

Project Value: £20m

Size: 6,730 sq m

Delivery: Work began April 2017, completed May 2019


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2nd Aug 2017

The Gorbals Health and Care Centre, which is being delivered jointly with Woodside Health and Care Centre, is a new primary care facility which will integrate both Social Work as well as Health services. The building work commenced in April this year with practical completion due in autumn 2018.

The Gorbals Health and Care Centre on Sandiefield road will be a new 6500m2 development giving a host of vital services to the local community. It will provide GP accomodation as well as social services and community services.

Hub West Scotland

Apollo and its partners have been appointed by the Western Territory Hub Programme Board as their partner to deliver over £200m of public sector infrastructure projects for 16 West Scotland public sector bodies across Glasgow, Inverclyde, East and West Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire.

Apollo sits alongside Community Solutions Investments Partners Limited and Morgan Sindall Investments as shareholders in WellSpring Partnership Limited, the joint venture partnership formed to deliver these projects. Since reaching financial close in April 2012 and formal launch in October 2012, the WellSpring Partnership has seen a total of 13 projects progress through development and delivery.

The current Business Plan has identified the potential to develop an estimated £250m worth of projects. We have worked to reach financial close on five projects in the first half of 2014 and a further seventeen planned in 2015. These comprise of two further major health centres (with a further eight in feasibility), a specialist care home, primary and secondary schools, council facilities and leisure centres.

www.hubwestscotland.co.uk

PROJECT DETAILS

Project Type: Primary care facility integrating both Social Work and Health Services

Project Value: £17m

Size: 6,500 sq m

Delivery: Work began April 2017, completed November 2018


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2nd Aug 2017

More than just a straight replacement of the existing provision, Orchard View will enable fundamental change in the way older peoples care is delivered in Inverclyde. Staff, service users and carers have all been involved in the design of the building to ensure that Orchard View meets both the needs of people living and working there in the future. The Scottish Dementia Development Centre based at Stirling University, an internationally recognised centre of knowledge and expertise on dementia, has had a great deal of input to ensure a dementia friendly environment. Their involvement will continue through both the Service User & Carer Reference Group and input on how the building will operate once it is complete. Wider engagement with the local community has been carried out through the arts and environment strategy, which has been designed to ensure the facility is very much part of the local community

Hub West Scotland

Apollo and its partners have been appointed by the Western Territory Hub Programme Board as their partner to deliver over £200m of public sector infrastructure projects for 16 West Scotland public sector bodies across Glasgow, Inverclyde, East and West Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire.

Apollo sits alongside Community Solutions Investments Partners Limited and Morgan Sindall Investments as shareholders in WellSpring Partnership Limited, the joint venture partnership formed to deliver these projects. Since reaching financial close in April 2012 and formal launch in October 2012, the WellSpring Partnership has seen a total of 13 projects progress through development and delivery.

The current Business Plan has identified the potential to develop an estimated £250m worth of projects. We have worked to reach financial close on five projects in the first half of 2014 and a further seventeen planned in 2015. These comprise of two further major health centres (with a further eight in feasibility), a specialist care home, primary and secondary schools, council facilities and leisure centres.

www.hubwestscotland.co.uk

PROJECT DETAILS

Project Type: Care facility for adult and elderly people providing continuing care mental health accommodation, with a particular focus on delivering a dementia friendly environment

Project Value: £10m

Size: 2,600 sq m
42 Beds

Delivery: 64 weeks


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4th May 2017

Client Objectives:

The purpose of this project has always been much more than the simple replacement of the existing facility and services.
This development provides an opportunity to support integration to enable and facilitate fundamental change in the way in which health and social care is delivered to the people of Eastwood. The underlying principle is to tackle health inequalities by improving the delivery of health and social services that are shaped around the needs of patients through the devel0pment of partnerships and co-operation between patients: their carers and families. A significant agilemflsing office is located in the building for East Renfrewshire community based staff. to foster closer integration with NHS GG&C.
This builds upon the successful model initiated by them at Barrhead Health Centre.

Development Solution:

  • Work began on the new £16 million Health and Social Care Centre in Eastwood in December 2014 and was completed June 2016.
  • The new facility delivered in partnership between NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, East Renfrewshire Council and HUB.
  • West Scotland, designed by award winning architects Gareth Hoskins, and constructed by Morgan Sindall, is located in a highly accessible location in Eastwood and provides a state of the art health care facility fit for the 21 st Century.
  • This new centre provides improved access to a range of Primary Care Services including 5 GP Practices, physiotherapy, podiatry, district nursing, health visitors. adult mental health, childrens services and a range of other community services adult mental health, and community enterprise café.
  • The arts project aims to increase wellbeing. improve peoples’ experience of visiting the centre and to engender a sense of community ownership of the building and its environment.

Hub West Scotland

Apollo and it’s partners have been appointed by the Western Territory Hub Programme Board as their partner to deliver over £200m of public sector infrastructure projects for 16 West Scotland public sector bodies across Glasgow, Inverclyde, East and West Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire.

Apollo sits alongside Com unity Solutions investments Partners Limited and Morgan Sindall investments as shareholders in WellSpring Partnership Limited. the joint venture partnership formed to deliver these projects. Since reaching financial close in April 2012 and forlnal launch in October 2012, the WellSpring Partnership has seen a total of 13 projects progress through development and delivery.

The current Business Plan has identified the potential to develop an estimated £250m worth of projects. We have worked to reach financial close on five projects in the first half of 2014 and a further seventeen planned in 2015. These comprise of two further major health centres (with a further eight in feasibility), a specialist care home, primary and secondary schools, council facilities and leisure centres.

www.hubwestscotland.co.uk

PROJECT DETAILS

Project type: Major urban integrated health & care centre

Project value: £16.7m

Size: 6,015 sq m;
Up to 15 GPs;
Up to 25,000 patients

Delivery: 72 weeks

Client/occupiers:
Agile working offices for:
East Renfrewshire Council
5 GP Practices
NHS GG&C
Physiotherapy
Podiatry
District Nurses
Health visitors
Adult Mental Health
Child Services
Community Enterprise Cafe


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3rd May 2017

Client Objectives:

The projects key aim was to draw together a range of accessible health & social care services in this local community, and to improve the premises of two GP Practices. The Shields Health and Care Centre which was completed earlier this year was officially opened last month by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Shona Robison in the presence of Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister of Scotland and Andrew Robertson the Chair of NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde. There were many guests enjoying the celebrations, all of whom had been involved with the planning and delivery of this new facility.

Development Solution:

  • The 750m2 building provides a modern Health and Care centre for the people of East Pollokshields in Glasgow. Over two floors , it incorporates two GP practices, a range of community services, social work, health promotion and educational services for the local community. Uniquely the Centre has a community garden that is managed by Urban Roots and offers a varied programme of gardening and environmental activities that aim to promote positive health and well being.
  • The building located on the boundary of a conservation area is a welcome addition to the neighbourhood and its refined design reinforces the civic importance of public healthcare. The double height colonnade is partially screened by bespoke Cor-ten steel screens designed by artist Alex Hamilton.
  • The project formed part of the development programme of Hub West Scotland with Apollo’s Campbell Halliday leading the development and delivery of its construction.

Hub West Scotland

Apollo and it’s partners have been appointed by the Western Territory Hub Programme Board as their partner to deliver over £200m of public sector infrastructure projects for 16 West Scotland public sector bodies across Glasgow, Inverclyde, East and West Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire.

Apollo sits alongside Community Solutions Investments Partners Limited and Morgan Sindall Investments as shareholders in WellSpring Partnership Limited, the joint venture partnership formed to deliver these projects. Since reaching financial close in April 2012 and formal launch in October 2012, the WellSpring Partnership has seen a total of 13 projects progress through development and delivery.

The current Business Plan has identified the potential to develop an estimated £250m worth of projects. We have worked to reach financial close on five projects in the first half of 2014 and a further seventeen planned in 2015. These comprise of two further major health centres (with a further eight in feasibility), a specialist care home, primary and secondary schools, council facilities and leisure centres.

www.hubwestscotland.co.uk

PROJECT DETAILS

Project type: Small urban integrated health & care centre

Project value: £2.5m

Size: 750 sq m;
5 GPs;
Up to 4000 patients

Delivery: 48 weeks

Client/occupiers:
Dr Akbar & Khan
Regency Medical Practice
Glasgow City Council
Social Work
Community Health
Services
Health Promotion
Community Health Garden


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3rd May 2017

Client Objectives

The purpose of this project has always been much more than the simple replacement of the existing facility and services. This development provides an opportunity to support integration to enable and facilitate fundamental change in the way in which health and social care is delivered to the people of Maryhill.

The underlying principle is to tackle health inequalities by improving the delivery of health and social services that are shaped around the needs of patients through the development of partnerships and co-operation between patients’ their carers and families.

Development Solution

  • Work began on the new £12.4 million Health and Social Care Centre in Maryhill in December 2014 and is on, target to be completed by Spring 2016
  • The new facility delivered in partnership between NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and HUB West Scotland, designed by award winning architects Archial Norr, and constructed by Morgan Sindall, is located in a prominent location in the heart of Maryhill Town Centre providing a modern, state of the art health care facility fit for the 21st Century.
  • This new centre provides improved access to a range of Primary Care Services including three GP Practices, physiotherapy, podiatry, community dental services, district nursing, health visitors, sexual health services and health improvement teams offering smoking cessation support and youth health services. The lower ground floor will be dedicated wholly to an Adult Mental Health Facility
  • The centre will also incorporate an arts and environment strategy “Waken into Falling Light” – the overall aim is to develop opportunities to enhance both the external and internal aspects of the campus to increase wellbeing, improve peoples’ experience of visiting the centre and to engender a sense of community ownership of the building and its environment.

Hub West Scotland

Apollo and it’s partners have been appointed by the Western Territory Hub Programme Board as their partner to deliver over £200m of public sector infrastructure projects for 16 West Scotland public sector bodies across Glasgow, Inverclyde, East and West Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire.

Apollo sits alongside Community Solutions Investments Partners Limited and Morgan Sindall Investments as shareholders in WellSpring Partnership Limited, the joint venture partnership formed to deliver these projects. Since reaching financial close in April 2012 and formal launch in October 2012, the WellSpring Partnership has seen a total of 13 projects progress through development and delivery.

The current Business Plan has identified the potential to develop an estimated £250m worth of projects. We have worked to reach financial close on five projects in the first half of 2014 and a further seventeen planned in 2015. These comprise of two further major health centres (with a further eight in feasibility), a specialist care home, primary and secondary schools, council facilities and leisure centres.

www.hubwestscotland.co.uk

PROJECT DETAILS

Project type: Major urban integrated health and care centre.

Project value: £12.4m

Size: 4,447 sq m;
20 GPs;
Up to 30,000 patients

Delivery: 72 weeks

Client/occupiers:
Barclay Medical Practice;
Gairbraid Medical Practice;
Maryhill Red Practice;
NHS GG&C;
Physiotherapy;
Podiatry;
NHS Dental;
District Nurses;
Health Visitors;
Sexual Health;
Adult Mental Health