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Golden Jubilee National Hospital Entrance, Clydebank, United Kingdom

Friday 02 May 2008

Green light for Golden Jubilee

Golden Jubilee National Hospital Entrance by Holmes in Clydebank, United Kingdom
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05/06/09 Bankie, Clydebank
Paved area is badly planned with silly islands of gravel near entrance. Not enough space for ambulances to queue and turn

New entrance and gateway at Golden Jubilee National Hospital given go-ahead 

Planning permission has been granted to architects Holmes for a new front entrance and reception area for the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank, outside Glasgow.

The new gateway will be both stylish and practical featuring a stunning V-shaped structure spanning two new arrival points for pedestrians and ambulances. The new gateway design will signal the hospital’s main arrival point as well as providing an enhanced visitor experience. The new-look reception area will have increased space and capacity, providing a comfortable facility for patients, staff and visitors.

Work on the project begins in June with an estimated completion date of December 2008. The new gateway project will be complemented by a new catering and dining facility, which starts work in Summer 2008.

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