The Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1 and Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre Environmental Impact Statement is now on public exhbition. Read the fact sheet to find out more.
Our aim is to create a safe, connected and pedestrian friendly campus that is easy to navigate with seamless connections to new and existing services across the Randwick Health & Innovation Precinct and improved accessibility to public transport options.
The UNSW Health Translation Hub (UNSW HTH) will bring together educational and medical researchers, students, clinicians, educators, industry partners and public health staff to drive excellence.
Funding for the Sydney Children's Hospital Stage 1 and Children's Comprehensive Cancer Centre was announced in recognition of the need to change models of healthcare to meet future growth, improve aging infrastructure, adapt to new technology and enable the co-location of clinicians and researchers to facilitate integration of bench to bedside care.
The NSW Government is partnering with UNSW Sydney to deliver the Integrated Acute Services Building (ASB); the first stage of the Randwick Campus Redevelopment and the catalyst project for expanding the world-class health, research and education facilities at the Randwick precinct.
The Health Translation Hub (HTH) will bring together educational and medical researchers, clinicians, educators, industry partners and public health officials to drive excellence, and support the rapid translation of research, innovation and education.
Together the CCI and KCC share a 35-year history of working collaboratively to translate laboratory discoveries into clinical trials and clinical care at the Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick.
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Hospital Road will continue to be closed to through-traffic and High Street will no longer allow vehicle access to Delivery Drive via Hospital Road, with vehicles required to enter Hospital Road via Barker Street only.
The Randwick Campus Redevelopment team is working with the Sydney Children's Hospitals Network, Children’s Cancer Institute and UNSW Sydney to plan and design Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1 and Australia’s first Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre
(SCH Stage 1 and CCCC).
Construction of the new hospital building is well underway with excavation, site remediation and underground services complete in the south-east corner of the RCR site. Construction of the main building structure is coming out of the ground marking a significant milestone for the project.
Buriburi is the Spirit ancestor to Aboriginal people of coastal Sydney.
The Randwick Campus Redevelopment has worked with the Gujaga Foundation to acknowledge the spiritual, physical and cultural connection to country held by the local La Perouse Aboriginal community.
The Randwick Campus Redevelopment will bring Hospital Road into the centre of the expanded hospitals campus. With this comes the opportunity to reimagine this part of the campus within the context of the Precinct’s vision to create healthy, green and connected spaces.
To enable development of the Integrated Acute Services Building (IASB) and future-proof the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick Stage 1 redevelopment, Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre and development of UNSW Sydney’s Health Translation Hub, works on Hospital Road are required.
The NSW and Federal Governments have announced $608 million to deliver brand new, state-of-the-art paediatric health and medical research facilities as part of the first stage of redeveloping Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick including Australia’s first Comprehensive Children’s Cancer Centre.
To support construction of the new Acute Services Building structure, two tower cranes will be established on site from November 2019, one north and one south of the new hospital building. These two crane locations will allow materials to be efficiently and safely lifted over the construction site until early 2021.
The NSW Government is investing $720m to deliver a new Acute Services Building for Prince of Wales Hospital. The first stage is a catalyst project to deliver on the vision of building a world-class health, research and education precinct delivering cutting-edge, compassionate and holistic healthcare and wellness programs to the local community and other residents of NSW.
Arts and Culture Strategy
The Randwick Campus Redevelopment’s Arts and Culture Strategy has been developed in consultation with staff, students, patients, carers, families, visitors and community members and is guided by the 2016 NSW Health and The Arts Framework.
The IASB Addition will benefit patients, their families and the local community through embedding education, training and research initiatives with health services and strengthening links between clinicians and researchers. These interactions will provide important insights into the way healthcare is delivered as well as an opportunity to learn and improve the way healthcare is provided.
The Integrated Acute Services Building (IASB) Addition proposes a ten-level extension over
Hospital Road on the eastern side of the approved Acute Services Building. This fact sheet outlines the approach to construction for the IASB Addition including site map, construction activities, proposed site hours and environmental management controls.
The recently approved Prince of Wales Acute Services Building is proposed to be extended over Hospital Road enabling clinical innovation and research, biomedical engineering, and clinical translational research laboratories to be collocated directly alongside clinical staff providing acute healthcare services. A new State Significant Development application for the IASB Addition proposal has been submitted to Department of Planning, Industry and Environment and is now on public exhibition.
To enable construction of the Integrated Acute Services Building (IASB) Addition as well as future- proofing for the recently announced Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1, Comprehensive Children’s Cancer Centre and the Health Translation Hub, an 80 metre section of Hospital Road lowered and closed to through traffic.
The Acute Services Building and future stages of Randwick Campus Redevelopment provide an opportunity to significantly revitalise the area. Our guiding principles for the Redevelopment strive to contribute to an urban environment that is green and healthy, connected, integrated and responsive. The design of public open spaces and landscaping in and around the new Acute Services Building will help to create a contemporary Randwick Hospitals Campus.
Integrated Acute Services Building
The NSW Government is partnering with UNSW Sydney to strengthen the Randwick Hospitals Campus through the integration of additional health education, training and research with acute healthcare services.
Enabling works for the new Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building are continuing, with retention piling and bulk excavation activities commencing on site from May 2019.
Construction of the Acute Services Building will include preparatory works that involve piling and bulk excavation for the Acute Services Building; sewer and storm water upgrades; construction of a 13 storey hospital building and rooftop helipad.
The NSW Government is investing $720 million to strengthen the Randwick health and education precinct as a world-leading centre for health and wellbeing, research, education and teaching.
The Randwick Campus Redevelopment team are hosting focus groups to seek input to the design of five key public facing areas of the new Prince of Wales Hospital Acute Services Building.
A number of major transport initiatives are occurring around Randwick including the CBD and South East Light Rail Project and the reorganisation of local bus services
On 27 February 2019, the NSW Department of Planning and Environment approved the State Significant Development application for construction and operation of the Acute Services Building. The planning approval is the result of a thorough assessment of the proposal and its environmental impacts.
We are implementing new innovations and technology to improve the care we provide and the overall wellbeing of our community.
The NSW Government has announced a partnership that will see UNSW Sydney make an initial investment of up to $250 million in a Health Translation Hub on the Randwick Hospitals Campus.
The Medical Superintendents Cottage on the corner of High and Avoca street will be renovated to house the Prince of Wales Cancer Survivorship Centre.
Items with salvage value have been identified through internal and external inspections of acquired properties in Magill Street, Botany Street and Eurimbla Avenue.
The Acute Services Building and future stages of Randwick Campus Redevelopment provide an opportunity to significantly revitalise the area.
Demolition, site clearance and early works will commence in October 2018.
Maintaining a secure and safe work site is an important priority for protecting the public, Randwick Hospitals Campus staff, patients and visitors.
From 3 October 2018, changes to temporary fencing, minor demolition works (such as removal of fences, carports and vegetation) and the staged installation of site hoarding will commence on vacant properties in the project area.
The NSW Government is investing $720m to deliver a new Acute Services Building for Prince of Wales Hospital.
During construction of the new Acute Services Building, two tower cranes will be used on site, one north and one south of the new hospital building.
Community Gardens create a sense of community and place, and promote community health and wellbeing in busy urban settings.
The Randwick Health and Education Precinct includes the Randwick Hospitals’ Campus as well as UNSW, Kensington Campus.
Following a comprehensive review of property acquisition activities in NSW, the NSW Government has introduced a series of reforms designed to make the process fairer, more transparent and with a renewed focus on the needs of the property owner.
The NSW Government is investing an unprecedented $720 million to redevelop the Prince of Wales Hospital and
progress the vision of Randwick as a world-leading centre for health and wellbeing, research, education and teaching.