Welcome to Our Building Programme: Building Brilliance for One and All
This page was last updated: April 21st, 2022
The Strategic Estates team leads the Building Brilliance Programme. This programme of work covers all the major construction projects, and associated hospital reconfiguration, to be delivered across the Trust over the next ten years.
These projects will support the transformation of healthcare in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly by:
Improving the patient experience with new, high-quality environments for the delivery of care.
Improving clinical outcomes with modern, fit-for-purpose theatres, wards, diagnostic facilities, day case units and support accommodation.
Developing a modern, sustainable estate to deliver Cornwall’s Carbon Net Zero commitment
Addressing health inequalities by improving access to care and providing safe, welcoming and comforting buildings for patients, visitors and staff.
Attracting and retaining talented and dedicated staff with the provision of state of the artwork spaces
Delivering a modern digital infrastructure to sustain a wide range of clinical and non-clinical technologies to boost efficiency and innovation in the Cornish health system
Aligning with local partners across all sectors to support local economic, sustainability and regeneration initiatives.
This programme is funded through the Government’s New Hospitals Programme and the STP Wave 4 Funding stream.
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We are always happy to receive feedback and suggestions about any of our projects and we encourage you to get in touch with your ideas and comments via our dedicated email: email@example.com
We would particularly like to hear from anyone with ideas to improve the patient and visitor experience.
There is no better way for our project managers and designers to create buildings which improve your experience of healthcare than to hear from and speak to those with “lived experience” of our services and hospital sites.
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