The overall project for the redevelopment of the existing Surbiton Hospital site included a new health care facility, a new primary school, and extensive external landscaping.
The two buildings, covering a total of 6817m2, share a common Energy Centre providing the main electrical, heating and domestic hot water generation and metering, distributed across both buildings.
The modern purpose-built health centre provides all of the services previously found at the hospital when it closed in 2011, as well as services from four local GP surgeries, diagnostics, a pharmacy, mental health services, speech and language therapy, ulcer clinics and physiotherapy services.
There are also pharmacy, diagnostics including X-ray, a new breast screening service, minor procedures, treatment rooms, outpatient clinics, community mental health outpatient services and psychological therapies.
The purpose built school, Lime Tree Primary school was constructed to meet the long-term need for primary school places in Surbiton. The school includes nursery places and provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs.