The $479 million Ryde Hospital redevelopment will include:
- a new and expanded emergency department
- new operating theatres
- adult overnight inpatient beds
- a new and expanded medical imaging department
- a new purpose-built ambulatory care centre
- a new paediatric short stay unit
- a new and expanded intensive care unit
- improved landscaping and urban spaces, and
- multi-storey car park.
The Ryde Hospital will be assessed under a two-staged planning approval process. The Stage 1 State Significant Development Application (SSDA) will seek approval for the proposed scale of the redevelopment as well as site preparation and enabling construction works.
The second SSDA application will be more detailed and will seek approval for the detailed design and main construction works.
|May 2019||Project Announcement|
|Procuring Agency:||Health Infrastructure NSW|
|Dec 2020||The NSW Government announce consideration of alternative proposal to move the site of the hospital to Macquarie University.|
|Nov 2021||The NSW Government announced the site will remain at the existing Ryde Hospital campus which will be redeveloped.|
|Jan 2022||Health Infrastructure NSW submitted a Request for the Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements (SEARs) to NSW Department of Planning and Environment for the project's Concept Development Application.|
|Mar 2022||The NSW Department of Planning and Environment issued the Secretary's Environmental Assessment Requirements (SEARs) for the preparation of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) of the project.|
|Jul 2022||Concept designs unveiled.|
|Aug 2022||The NSW Department of Planning and Environment placed the State Significant Development Concept Development and Stage One application on public exhibition, open until 20 September.|
Ryde Hospital Relocation Proposal
Scoping Report - January 2022
NSW Project Portal page