The new hospital, which will be built next to the existing Royal Alexandra Hospital, will include modern, fit for purpose facilities for new and existing services at the site.
New services include:
Welsh Government has given approval for us to proceed to the next stage of project development, known as a Full Business Case. This includes developing detailed specifications of rooms, and working through planning permission for the project.
Work is now taking place to progress with the project's final Full Business Case, which includes planning for the temporary movement of some existing services during the construction stage.
We are aiming to submit a completed Full Business Case in September 2020, with the intention to begin construction work in early 2021.
Final plans to redevelop health services in Rhyl will be presented to Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board next month.
The Full Business Case for the project to revamp services provided to residents in Rhyl and North Denbighshire will be presented at the Health Board meeting on November 12.
More than 200 people responded to our appeal for feedback on the redevelopment of the Rhyl Alexandra Hospital site.
We’ve collated all of the feedback received through our survey and comments made on social media, and developed a frequently asked questions document which summarises most of the questions we’ve received.
Some of the most common questions were about parking, our plans for the existing buildings on site, and details of what services and facilities will be at the new hospital.
Plans for the new hospital and refurbishment of the Royal Alexandra Hospital will be submitted to Denbighshire County Council in June.
There is also a fly-through video which has been produced to give an idea of what the new hospital will look like when completed.
Newsletter one January 2020
Newsletter two July 2020