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North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust remarkets Stamford Hospital site

Part of a hospital site is back up for sale.

North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Stamford Hospital, decided in 2020 to sell three areas of unused land on the west end of the site.

The sale was agreed last year but it fell through following delays relating to the site’s historical significance.

Stamford and Rutland Hospital
Stamford and Rutland Hospital

The trust has now put up a ‘for sale’ at the site in Ryhall Road in a bid to find a buyer.

The area of unused land has been split into three sections and remarketed.

Dr Callum Gardner, chief medical officer, said: “The maintenance cost of this unused area of the hospital site is high and it therefore makes complete sense to sell it, in order to allow us to reinvest our resources in the main hospital site.

“The money generated from the sale of the land will be used to increase funds for patient care, investing in new medical equipment and making further improvements to the hospital estate.

“Stamford Hospital plays a key part in the delivery of our trust clinical strategy and we are committed to making full use of the hospital and its facilities in the future.”

Discussions had previously taken place about the addition of an upper level to the car park at the Ryhall Road entrance.

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