The redeveloped Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital will include:
- enhanced emergency, critical care, medical and surgical services
- expanded, integrated ambulatory care services, including cancer treatment and community health services, and
- increased capacity for health services in local communities.
The hospital will be built on a new site, with planning and early works construction to commence before March 2023.
|Mar 2019||Project Announcement|
|Mar 2023||Expected Construction Commencement|
|Dec 2029||Expected Construction Completion|
|Mar 2019||In the lead-up to the NSW state election, the NSW Government committed $1.3 billion to redevelop the Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital.|
|Jun 2019||The 2019-20 NSW Budget did not provide funding for the project to commence in FY2019-20, but committed to the project's commencement over the following three years to FY2022-23.|
|Jul 2020||The NSW Government issued a Request for Information (RFI) calling for landowners in the East Hills and Bankstown regions to nominate their land for consideration as the site for the new hospital.|
|Nov 2020||The 2020-21 NSW Budget indicated work on the project would commence by June 2021, however did not profile any funding for the project due to commercial sensitivities.|
|Jun 2021||The 2021-22 NSW Budget allocated $110 million towards the project for FY2021-22, indicating the project would be completed in 2029.|
|Jun 2022||The 2022-23 NSW Budget allocated $110 million towards the project for FY2022-23.|