REVEALED: Sheffield hospital wing closed on fire safety grounds will end up costing the NHS £122m under ‘rip off’ PFI scheme



The Northern General Hospital building which was shut down last year on fire safety grounds has cost the NHS more than £37 million – almost £12m more than it originally cost to build. The Hadfield wing was closed in December after fire officers ordered hospital bosses to shut it until remedial work could be carried out on its walls.
The building was opened in 2007 after being constructed under a private finance initiative contract by Japanese company Kajima.
A majority stake in the contract was sold to Guernsey-based investment fund HICL in 2011, with the NHS paying more than £3.5m in... read more

 
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