The Christie outlines £176m estates investment


The Christie outlines £176m estates investment Charlie SchoutenThe Christie NHS Foundation Trust has set out a £176m investment in its estate including a £150m replacement for the fire-damaged Patterson Building and a new cancer centre in Macclesfield.
This new centre will be designed to bring research and patient care “under the same roof,” said Dawson, and would be shared between Cancer Research UK, the University of Manchester, and The Christie for research purposes.
It is expected the building will complete in early 2021, and staff are expected to relocate back from Alderley Park.
The Christie is also planning its third satellite centre in Macclesfield, which will provide both radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
Other projects The Christie is bringing forward include a car park at its Didsbury site, which secured planning permission earlier this year.
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