New park and ride and health campus plans go on display

Plans for a permanent staff park and ride facility serving University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and a new health campus, both to be based at Adanac Park, Nursling, will go on display at two public events tomorrow (Wednesday).

UHS has been working with commercial estates development partner Prime and architects Stride Treglown on a design concept for the site which people will be able to learn more about, offer feedback on and discuss with members of the project team.

The first event will take place in the main entrance at Southampton General Hospital from 9am until 1.30pm, with a second drop-in session to be held at Lordshill Community Centre on Cromarty Road from 2.30pm until 7.30pm.

A separate planning application for a temporary staff park and ride facility has been submitted in recent weeks, but the plans being displayed tomorrow – which have not yet been submitted – will outline proposals for a permanent development to replace the temporary facility once its lease comes to an end.

The accompanying health campus facility would provide a group of buildings for use by UHS and other healthcare organisations for purposes such as clinical facilities, training centres or administrative spaces.

If you are unable to attend either event but would like more information about the proposed scheme, email

Posted on Tuesday 18 September 2018