National NHS Estates Team visit Green NHS Projects on Estates and Facilities Spotlight Day

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On Monday 22 November for the Greener NHS Estates and Facilities Spotlight Day, key staff from the National NHS Estates Team visited a number of projects showcasing Green NHS ideas. These included:

  • Foleshill Health Centre, the UK’s first Passivhaus health care building
  • Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust in Surrey, to see a new standalone Energy Centre
  • Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in NW London, where the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare has embedded a Nature Recovery Ranger to work with the estates team to encourage staff and patients to use green spaces around the Centre
  • Milton Keynes University Hospital who have installed 2500 solar panels on the roof
  • City Hospital Nottingham where a new energy centre is being built to improve the hospital’s carbon footprint. In addition, the hospital team are installing 6,000 LED lights, adding solar panels and other sustainable innovations.

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