Paediatric Outpatient Department & Urgent Care Satellite Centre planned for Tallaght
The planning application for the new children’s hospital was submitted to An Bord Pleanála on 10th August 2015. The plans submittedincludedthose forthenew children’s hospital as well as for the two Paediatric OPD and Urgent Care Satellite Centres planned at Tallaght Hospital and Connolly Hospital
Unrivalled experience in children’s hospital design, say CEOs of children’s hospitals
In a joint statement on the new children’s hospital project, Ireland’s existing children’s hospitals today (24th September 2014) welcomed the appointment of BDP, renowned children’s hospital architects.
The new children’s hospital will see Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, and the National Children’s Hospital at Tallaght Hospital come together under one roof in an exemplary facility on a campus shared with St.
Work underway on new children’s hospital as world-class architects BDP appointed as designers
Project team now preparing planning and design stage
The National Paediatric Hospital Development Board has appointed international design practice BDP as architects for the new children’s hospital on the St. James’s Hospital site in Dublin 8.
The Minister for Health, James Reilly TD, announced today (Tuesday, 1 July) that the Project Brief for the new children’s hospital has been approved by the HSE, with his consent. The Minister informed Government at the Cabinet meeting today.
“The new children’s hospital is hugely important for children and young people in Ireland and it is a priority for me, for this Government, for the Department of Health and for the HSE.
The six shortlisted architectural teams for the design of new children’s hospital were announced today (10th March 2014) by the project’s Development Board.
Bidding to build the country’s largest capital project in healthcare, each of the shortlisted teams has extensive international healthcare experience in the design of children’s hospitals.
The qualifying teams were selected based on relevant healthcare experience including international children’s hospital design coupled with local knowledge and expertise.