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  • Sutton CCG

    Feasibility Study:

    Henderson development

    (Ref.: PID SWL 17)

    March 2016

    Version No: 0.1

    Issue Date: 08.03.2016

    VERSION HISTORY

    Version Date

    Issued

    Brief Summary of Change Owner’s Name

    0.1 08.03.2016 First Draft Creation Andrew Grimes

  • Contents 1. Executive Summary ...................................................................................................... 3 2. The Strategic Case (The Case for Change) .................................................................. 5 3. The Economic Case (The Options) ............................................................................. 10 4. The Commercial Case (Procurement and Risks) ........................................................ 15 5. The Financial Case (Capital and Revenue Implications and Options)......................... 16 6. The Management Case ............................................................................................... 16 7. Key Findings and Recommendations .......................................................................... 17

    Appendix 1: Henderson scheme drawings Appendix 2: Planning application transport assessment Appendix 2: Transport for London bus spider Map for Belmont Station

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    1.1 This feasibility study assesses the potential for a primary health care development

    at the Henderson hospital site on Homeland Drive. What is the need?

    1.2 To fund project management support in order to review the submitted BC and to, if

    felt appropriate, to conduct a feasibility study into the relationship between this project which has a submitted business case and, if felt strategically appropriate, to consider the thinking/findings of a parallel study to be undertaken on the opportunities for primary care in central Sutton. This is particularly relevant in the context of significant residential growth in central Sutton especially at the southern end of the High Street. The Henderson site was jointly owned by Sutton Council and SWL and St Georges Mental Health Trust. Consideration also needs to be given to the needs of the Belmont branch surgery.

    Brief description of current building and services 1.3 The business case submitted for the Henderson Hospital site outlines the

    significant capacity problems being experienced by 2 practices in Sutton as follows:

     the Grove Road surgery

    and

     the branch surgery of the Benhill/Belmont practice.

    1.4 Grove Road surgery currently works from a converted house with no future scope

    for extension/improvement. This is situated close to Sutton Town Centre and over the last few years the practice has been involved in discussions about a possible move to an extended Robin Hood Lane HC and the landlord, a major primary care developer has undertaken a number of feasibility studies as to how this might be achieved. Robin Hood lane HC is very close to Sutton Town Centre and the high rise residential developments currently under construction.

    1.5 Grove Road is significantly below the GIA which its list size would justify and the 2 sites currently occupied by Benhill/Belmont are also significantly below the GIA which the practice list would justify. The main surgery is to the east of Sutton Town Centre and the branch at Belmont is much further south towards the LB Sutton boundary with Surrey.

    1.6 The Benhill /Belmont practice has a branch surgery sited adjacent to Belmont

    Station which is close to the Sutton/Surrey border. Although originally a purpose built surgery it is not big enough for a growing list and has little or no scope for extension. Of the 2 practices Belmont is the closer to the Henderson site.

    Brief overview of area (pop growth, socio economic)

    1. Executive Summary

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    1.7 Grove Road is situated close to Sutton Town Centre where there will be significant population growth over the next few years. Construction has already started on the gas works site to the South of Sutton High Street and there are further residential projects in the pipeline. The Henderson site is adjacent to a large housing estate.

    1.8 Sutton Town Centre is expected to be developed as an area of tall buildings between 2015 and 2026 resulting in an additional 3,000-4,000 residents.

    1.9 The southern wards of Sutton (Sutton South and Belmont) are anticipated to grow

    by up to another 1,000 persons above the town centre figures. Brief overview of discussions so far 1.10 A formal Business case was submitted to SWL Sector/Sutton PCT in 2013 but no

    progress has been made in pushing the proposal forward. Whilst accepting the clear need to improve the premises for Grove Road (and of course the Benhill/Belmont branch) the need to look at the best way to achieve this in a more strategically viable site has not been formally pursued although there have been meetings with both practices and NHS England which have not resulted in a clear mutual consensus as to the best way forward.

    Who are the stakeholders? 1.11 The CCG, NHSE and the 2 practices. What is CCG asking for: 1.12 Project management resource to analyse the business case and to cross refer it to

    a parallel study into the health needs in Central Sutton including potential expansion of Robin Hood Lane Health Centre.

    . 1.13 The study intends:

     To identify capacity requirements for the Grove Road and Belmont practices;

     To identify the strategic needs of the area and the preferred option to progress;

     Identifying timescales;

     Development partners.

    1.14 Key risks:

     Lack of a co-ordinated plan for the town centre area leads to poor solutions being developed by individual practices and land owners and benefits of co- operation are lost.

     NHSPS organisational delays in supporting the plan lead to loss of opportunity and poor solutions being developed by individual practices and land owners.

    1.15 NHS costs:

    The area includes a deficit in GP capacity and most capacity is provided in older house conversions with undersized floor space. Any redevelopment will involve moving to new property with greater floor space.

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    However, development partners recognise that there are caps to rent level for new property in the local market.

    1.16 The key recommendations of the Study are as follows:

     The scale of the Henderson scheme is dependent on the preferred Sutton town centre option.

     3 options have emerged for providing capacity in Sutton Town Centre.

     The Henderson options are deliverable by 2020.

     The scheme supports local issues.

     The scheme supports the CCG Estate Strategy by making best use of existing public estate.

     The scheme should be included in the South West London Estates Programme.

     To identify a PCTF budget to support progressing the scheme.

     To select a preferred option.

     To require the Sutton Town Centre Project Manager to facilitate progress on the scheme at 0.2 WTE for 1 year.

     To prepare a bid for PCTF monies.

    2.1 This feasibility study assesses the potential for a primary health care development

    at the Henderson hospital site on Homeland Drive. Brief description of current building and services 2.2 The business case submitted for the Henderson Hospital site outlines the

    significant capacity problems being experienced by 2 practices in Sutton as follows:

     the Grove Road surgery

    and

     the branch surgery of the Benhill/Belmont practice.

    2.3 Grove Road surgery currently works from a converted house with no future scope

    for extension/improvement. This is situated close to Sutton Town Centre and over the last few years the practice has been involved in discussions about a possible move to an extended Robin Hood Lane HC and the landlord, a major primary care developer has undertaken a number of feasibility studies as to how this might be achieved. Robin Hood lane HC is very close to Sutton Town Centre and the high rise residential developments currently under construction.

    2.4 Grove Road is significantly below the GIA which its list size would justify and the 2 sites currently occupied by Benhill/Belmont are also significantly below the GIA which the practice list would justify. The main surgery is to the east of Sutton Town

    2. The Strategic Case (The Case for Change)

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    Centre and the branch at Belmont is much further south towards the LB Sutton boundary with Surrey.

    2.5 The Benhill /Belmont practice has a branch surgery sited adjacent to Belmont

    Station which is close to the Sutton/Surrey border. Although originally a purpose built surgery it is not big enough for a growing list and has little or no scope for extension. Of the 2 practices Belmont is the closer to the Henderson site.

    Brief overview of area (pop growth, socio economic) 2.6 Grove Road is situated close to Sutton Town Centre where there will be significant

    population growth over the next few years. Construction has already started on the gas works site to the South of Sutton High Street and there are further residential projects in the pipeline. The H