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					                   Appendix A
Other Structures proposed on site
                                                                          Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
                                                                                       2010 Acute Hospital Services Development


                                                                                                                        Indicative elevations for building from PSC external envelope report 012 indicating quality. PFI bid design will be
Appendix A                                                                                                              differ from those shown and be subject to a full planning application process.
Other structures

Education, Research and Administration building.
Extract from External site and Landscape report 021 describing the functions of Education,
research and Administration building to be conveyed to PFI bidders.
3.1.4   The Education, Research and Administration Centre building:
           this content identified during investigation of pavilion options, identified that they did not necessarily
           require integration into the main acute hospital;
           Education functions may be utilised out of hours by community organisations, therefore separate
           access is advantageous;
           Moving away from the workplace to undertake training is viewed as beneficial;
           Entry is to be within 100m of main acute hospital entrance
           Forms part of the capacity reduction strategy;
           Negotiated with SMBC as content to produce the “gateway” building requirement of the AAP;
           Visually provides entry and arrival into the health campus at the lower end of the site, closer than the
           main entrance to Dudley Road;
           Provides transition in scale from Dudley Road / Cape Hill to the main acute building, and;
           Has a variety of potential delivery pathways.




                                                                                                                        Education, Research and Administration Centre building- Conceptual sketch of basic form reflected in the DCP
                                                                                                                        and developed for PSC. PFI bid design will be differ from those shown and be subject to a full planning application
                                                                                                                        process.


                                                                                                                        Crèche and Gymnasium
                                                                                                                        Extract from External site and Landscape report 021 describing the functions of Creche and
                                                                                                                        Gymnasium building to be conveyed to PFI bidders.

                                                                                                                        3.1.5   The Crèche and Gymnasium building:
                                                                                                                                    Separate building to allow lease or provision by independent operator;
                                                                                                                                    Adjacent to staff car-park for minimum journeys and provision of set down/short stay area;
                                                                                                                                    At edge of site to allow services to users other than Hospital staff;
                                                                                                                                    Provides urban feature to Cranford Street/ Heath Street/ London Road corner;
                                                                                                                                    Located to achieve external space for crèche, and;
                                                                                                                                    Raised position provides security/ privacy to crèche facility.




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                                                                       Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
                                                                                    2010 Acute Hospital Services Development


As the building and the services contained therein are to be provided by third party on and area of land leased
from the Trust no design is extant at this stage. Location, size and area have been considered for outline
planning along with a description of the desired function of the building.




An enlargement of DCP showing the massing and immediate surrounds of the Crèche and Gymnasium building.
The main entry is from the Boulevard close to the Multi Storey Car Park that provides drop off facilities. DCP
footprint is sized to provide required space over two storeys.

Multi Storey Car Park
                                                                                                                       Indicative illustrations provided for the cladding to the car park. The current PSC design envisions a
Extract from External site and Landscape report 021 describing the functions of the Multi storey                       conventional split level car park design shrouded and secured by a warped mesh. As the detail, including
car park on the site other than housing cars                                                                           whether the slab is split or designed on one level per floor and cladding will be determined by the PFI
                                                                                                                       design the External Envelope report 012 contains these for indication of the required quality and function.
3.1.6   Multi-Storey Car Park                                                                                          Other approaches including Gabions, slats, mesh, egg crate concrete and louvres have been used
           Accommodates all staff parking apart from disabled parking and visiting trust staff parking for the         successfully on car park buildings associated with hospitals and should be reviewed on the Bidders
           Education Research and Administration Centre;                                                               design at full planning application stage.
           Provides set down and short stay for the adjacent crèche with safe route over at level 1;
           Has a cloaking façade with porous skin for ventilation;
           Façade to be differentiated from main building;
           Fronts London Street directly to form the urban edge;
           Split floor plate design to accommodate site levels, level of entry and to cross over and on to
           boulevard with sufficient head room for entry tunnel, and;
           Peels back from Grove Lane to provide view in to Acute Hospital from Grove Lane driving south.


Information provided on the car park building should be used to review its location, size and area along
with a description of the desired function of the building.




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                                                                  Appendix B

Primary pedestrian routes and plan to show wider pedestrian and vehicle linkages
                                                                          Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
                                                                                       2010 Acute Hospital Services Development


Appendix B
Pedestrian movement through the site.


Pedestrian routes                Vehicular routes




Note information on linkages within the site prior to adjacent development is available on figure 3.8 of the Design
and Access Statement




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Figure 3.8 Public and Pedestrian Primary routes. Figure shows the Primary organising pedestrian routes through the site intended to be available to non facility uses. The section within the hospital would be secured out of hours.
Secondary routes connect across the site to these prominent routes from Grove Lane.
                                                               Appendix C

Extracts from Section 12 of Environmental Statement Visual Impact Assessment
                                                                        Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
                                                                                     2010 Acute Hospital Services Development


Appendix C
Visibility cones from outside the site boundary (as included in the Visual Impact Assessment of Environmental
Statement)




Figure 1 - Winson Street/Tudor Street – to west
                                                                                                                      Figure 3 - Cranford Street/London Street – to south




Figure 2 - Cranford Street (Cape Arm Bridge) – to south-west                                                          Figure 4 - Grove Lane Northern Approach – to south-east




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Figure 5 - Unett Street Mid Point – to east




                                                                               Figure 8 - Unett Street Distant Point – to east




Figure 6 - Cape Hill/Dudley Road – to north-east




Figure 7 - Dudley Road – to north west
                                                                               Figure 9 - Cape Hill Distant Point – to east




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                                                   Appendix D

                 Plan to show public and private space including
further information about the canalside, entry plaza and security
                           Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
                                 2010 Acute Hospital Services Development


Appendix D
Public and Private Realm                                Public space- Canal Side

                                                        The canal side (Eastern side) of the Hospital is intended as a public space with open and free
                                                        access to the public at all times. As shown on Figure 3.8 of the Design and Access Statement
                                                        this route will form the primary through site pedestrian and cycle route connecting Dudley Road
                                                        and development to the north of the London Street/Cranford Street prior to any development
                                                        across the canal. It is expected to do this in the manner of an enhanced Tow path, a method of
                                                        connection that has become characteristic in the West Midlands area. The secure line of the
                                                        hospital along this boundary is intended to be the façade of the Hospital- refer concept diagram
                                                        below- and the edge of the service compound. The spaces located immediately adjacent the
                                                        Canal in the PSC design all require natural daylight and would therefore have window walls
                                                        with many being in the nature of sub waits or consulting rooms.

                                                        Below is and extract from External site and Landscape report 021 describing the functions of
                                                        Education, research and Administration building to be conveyed to PFI bidders.


                                                        3.1.1   The Canal-side Path:
                                                                   Locates flood balancing pond required for environmental reasons;
                                                                   Provides pedestrian link through site to area beyond in AAP from Dudley Road;
                                                                   Provides external room of “active” character for walks by staff, visitors and possibly patients, and ;
                                                                   Fire appliance access to the canal side of the building.


                                                        3.1.2   Canal Embankment Landscaping
                                                                   Provides area for expansion;
                                                                   Provides screening for service yard, Vacuumed-Insulated Evaporator (VIE) compound and tunnel
                                                                   entrance
                                                                   Outdoor space of a more passive character, and;
                                                                   Provides setting to rear of building from canal edge and Heath Street.

                                                        The PFI bidders will be expected to provide external spaces that fulfil these functions as well
                                                        as the trusts overall aesthetic objectives. These designs and the detail will be the subject of a
                                                        full Planning Application for the site. Please note that reference to patients in the context of this
                                                        space is as ambulant and self directed as if members of the public while waiting between
                                                        appointments, for example collections of prescriptions or tests not inpatient therapy areas
                                                        supervised by staff. Again this is mostly relevant for the Outpatients Department located at the
                                                        ground floor with ready access to the outside.




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                                                                                                                      Public space- Entry Plaza

                                                                                                                      Please refer to Appendix E for images and text describing the pedestrian experience of this
                                                                                                                      space.

                                                                                                                      The entry plaza is an active space between the main acute building and the Education
                                                                                                                      research and administration centre and has the functions listed below to which the PFI bidder
                                                                                                                      designs will need to respond.

                                                                                                                      Description of functions the entry area is to fulfil to bidders in External Site and Landscaping
                                                                                                                      report 021.

                                                                                                                      3.1.3   The Entry Plaza with bus turn around and set down:
                                                                                                                                 Sized for 3 bus stops;
                                                                                                                                 Minimises the distance from Dudley Road whilst allowing public transport onto site [there is a trade off
                                                                                                                                 between the size and number of buses accommodated and the distance from Dudley Road];
                                                                                                                                 Provides an appropriate scaled setting for the entry;
                                                                                                                                 Provides an organisation function for visitor traffic;
Artists impression of canal side showing façade change at
                                                                                                                                 Has level entry into the Acute building Atrium;
Level 1 giving a more open aspect to the hospitals canal elevation.
                                                                                                                                 Provides an instantly recognisable public and pedestrian route to the main entrance, and;
                                                                                                                                 Provides for the feeling of entering the health “campus” as the plaza is entered.

                                                                                                                      The area will have a considerable degree of traffic generated by both buildings and the
                                                                                                                      functions that fringe the space. In the PSC design the area is fringed by the Atrium containing
                                                                                                                      reception, waiting and circulation functions, the catering and associated seating facilities, the
                                                                                                                      reception and education functions of the Education, research and Administration building and
                                                                                                                      is overlooked by the administration functions of the same building on the first floor. It is
                                                                                                                      envisioned that this space could be extended into any future master-planning further opening
                                                                                                                      the area to surrounding views.

                                                                                                                      Security and Observation

                                                                                                                      The Trust is committed to providing a safe and secure hospital environment with as friendlier
                                                                                                                      public outlook and feel as possible. As Illustrated left and described above the façade opens at
                                                                                                                      ground floor level and the most active Hospital functions have been located at this level
                                                                                                                      towards the areas of the site not as open to external observation from Grove Lane, for example
                                                                                                                      the twenty four hour emergency centre, it’s entrance and reception overlook the boulevard
                                                                                                                      connecting the hospital building with the car park, crèche and gymnasium. The basic secure
                                                                                                                      line for the hospital in the sense of being able to prevent access is the edge of its façade and
Early conceptual diagram of the functioning of the PSC design and the canal edge. In the PSC the outpatients          service compound. It is envisioned however that the complexes sphere of security influence
department is located here because of the ease of access from the under croft car park. This is the most active
section of the hospital and the façade will be adjacent to waiting spaces, consult exam rooms and sub waits with
                                                                                                                      would also project to the surrounding external spaces by design, activity and observation. The
windows overlooking the canal path. These windows are required by the Trust’s brief daylight matrix for all spaces    Trust is committed to secure by design and the PFI Bidders will work with the local police
with this function.                                                                                                   liaison officer to ensure that the final scheme considers all the relevant issues such as the
                                                                                                                      avoidance of dead ends, unobservable re-entrant spaces, passive observation, activity and
                                                                                                                      lighting.




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           Appendix E

Main entrance to hospital
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Appendix E Public pedestrian Entry experience

    Description of functions the entry area is to fulfil to bidders in External Site and Landscaping
    report 021.

3.1.7   The Entry Plaza with bus turn around and set down:
            Sized for 3 bus stops;
            Minimises the distance from Dudley Road whilst allowing public transport onto site [there is a trade off
            between the size and number of buses accommodated and the distance from Dudley Road];
            Provides an appropriate scaled setting for the entry;
            Provides an organisation function for visitor traffic;
            Has level entry into the Acute building Atrium;
            Provides an instantly recognisable public and pedestrian route to the main entrance, and;
            Provides for the feeling of entering the health “campus” as the plaza is entered.




                                                                                                                           The pedestrian level view across the Entry Plaza from beside the Education Research and Administration Building
                                                                                                                           showing front door clearly visible on the approach path. The PSC design envisions open growing trees with side
                                                                                                                           branches trimmed of the trunks to above head height to maintain visibility. PFI Landscape can be reviewed at full
                                                                                                                           planning application stage to ensure visibility is maintained and planting is suitable as detail of all buildings and
                                                                                                                           landscaping shown may vary from that shown.




Early schematic drawing of conceptual pedestrian flows around Education, Research, and Administration building
showing the form of the building splitting hospital and public through flows early in their journey across the site.
Hospital flows are illustrated in yellow and the visual experience of entry is illustrated by the subsequent indicative
rendering.




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                                        Appendix F
Cycle Routes and Possible Locations for Cycle Parking
                                                                      Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
                                                                            2010 Acute Hospital Services Development


Appendix F
Cycle routes




Cycle route to hospital prior to redevelopment of surroundings land           Main cycle route through future possible master plan




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                      Appendix G

Halcrow response to issues raised on
                       3rd June 2008
Appendix G – Trust (IH – Halcrow) response to
Sandwell MBC email of 5th June 2008
This note addresses the concerns raised by SMBC in their email of the 5th June 2008 which
relates to the Transport Assessment April 2008 that was submitted in support of the Outline
Planning Application for the new Acute hospital in Smethwick.

The following summarise the issues identified on the Transport Assessment in the same order
they appear SMBC’s email of the 5th June 2008, followed by Halcrow’s response.

   1. We have concerns regarding the proposed re-assignment of staff and patients as
      referred to in table 7.1

   a) The route assigned as Cape Hill (A4034) appears to be acceptable.

   Halcrow response- noted.

   b) The route assigned as A457 Grove Lane North should be modified so that the
      following wards have 80% of their traffic routed along the A457, (West Brom Central,
      Greets Green & Lyng, Hateley Heath, Charlemont, Wednesbury North, Friar Park).

   Halcrow response – We could undertake this work as a sensitivity test.

   c) The route assigned as Rabone Lane should be modified so the following wards have
      20% of their traffic routed along Rabone Lane (West Brom Central, Greets Green &
      Lyng, Hateley Heath, Charlemont, Wednesbury North, Friar Park).

   Halcrow response – We could undertake this work as a sensitivity test.

   d) In addition the wards of Perry Barr, Oscott, Lozells and East Handsworth have all
      been routed with 100% of their traffic assigned to Rabone Lane, this may appear to
      be the shortest route on the AA Route Planner but we do not believe that all the traffic
      from these wards would route in this direction as this appears to be a very convoluted
      route.

   Halcrow response - One of the common factors that influence route choice is journey
   times. In another words motorists will choose the fastest route to reach their destination.

   Therefore to determine the likely route choice for the wards of Perry Barr, Oscott, Lozells
   and East Handsworth we have undertaken a journey time survey of the likely route that
   will be chosen if motorists either access the new hospital by Rabone Lane(route 1) , or by
   A457 Dudley Road(route2). A central point of the wards was chosen as the origin for this
   exercise. The following routes have been chosen;

   Route 1 – A34 outside One-stop shopping centre to A4040 to B4136 Rabone lane to
   A457 Grove Lane.
   Route 2 – A34 outside One-stop shopping centre to A4540 to A457 Spring Hill to A457
   Grove Lane.

   The journey time survey results reveal that route 1 is the fastest route. Site observations
   also reveal that route 1 is in the most part a Strategic and adequately signed route to
   Handworth and then to Perry Barr when travelling northbound on Grove Lane. The return
   journey from Perry Barr is also adequately signed from the A34. This is also a bus route
   used by the number 11 and therefore may be associated as a recognised route for many
   travellers that live in the area. Travelling southbound on Grove Lane there is signage is
   less pronounced to Handsworth and Perry Barr. The first sign directs the user to Winson



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Green only, and the first sign to Perry Barr is provided a few miles away at the junction of
A5440 and A34.

We have also used the RAC and AA route planner web site to validate route choice. The
RAC website provides an option of using the shortest or fastest route. The fastest route
option resulted in route 1 being chosen by the RAC website. The same results are
reflected by the AA route planner.

The journey time survey, route planning websites and site observations demonstrate that
the route most likely chosen by motorists from Perry Barr, Oscott, Lozells and East
Handworth will be via Rabone Lane and therefore based on this further supporting
information we consider the traffic assignment in the TA should be acceptable to SMBC.

The output of the routes chosen by AA and RAC has been appended to the back of this
note.

e) Why is only 30% of Soho ward routing this way?

Halcrow response – The Soho ward area covers an area to the north and east of the
proposed hospital. Approximately 30% of the ward is positioned to the north and therefore
routed via Rabone Lane.

f)   The route assigned as A457 Dudley Road should be modified, why is only 20% of the
     Soho ward traffic being routed this way? It appears that the combined Soho ward
     traffic is only amounting to 50% along all routes why is this?

Halcrow response - This is a typo in the table, the model has been checked and 70% of
Soho traffic is assigned via the A457 Dudley Road.

g) A similar issue occurs for the Ladywood ward only 30% is assigned to any route.

Halcrow response - This is a typo in the table, the model has been checked and 100% of
Ladywood traffic is assigned via the A457 Dudley Road.

h) The above issues need addressing as these will affect all traffic figures and junction
   analysis.

Halcrow response –We could undertake a sensitivity test as requested in b and c above,
this would impact on the traffic figures for Junction 1 and 2. In terms of the traffic
assigned from Perry Barr, Oscott, Lozells and East Handsworth we feel that the traffic
assignment should be acceptable and therefore await your response on this issue.

1. As discussed earlier the proposals for London Street will require further
   consideration. At present the highway is adopted and serves a number of properties
   that are served off this road. Severing it part way would require turning heads to be
   constructed either side of the obstruction. Additionally their would be likely to be
   objectors to such a driving order from other frontages. The use of rising bollards is not
   supported because of the long term maintenance issues associated with them.

Halcrow response – On SMBC’s recommendation London Street was chosen instead of
Woodlands Street for the staff access. No previous issue on this proposal had been
raised. To overcome the issue of the rising bollards, the Trust have advised that they
would be willing to contribute to an agreed commuted sum for SMBC to maintain the cost
of the bollards up keep. Or alternatively would be willing to condition the planning
application to maintain the bollards. With Regards to objections from other frontages we
understand that the Masterlease site has two access points either side of the proposed
location of the bollards and therefore their access will not be restricted. The diversion for
other frontages from London Street would be minimal. Notwithstanding, the wider area is
to be regenerated as part of SMBC’s Area Action Plan and therefore the wider area will




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be subject to change and objections from local businesses would be short-lived. In fact
the wider area is likely to be redeveloped before the construction of the new hospital.
In terms of the rising bollards, we have enclosed is a technical note which was prepared
to demonstrate the benefits and dis-benefits and costs to maintain for another project.

2. An alternative for London Street would be the stopping up of the highway, this may
   remove the third party objections if the adjacent land was part of the CPO site. If this
   CPO approach is not undertaken and the road is still stopped up the land reverts
   back to the owner or if it is unregistered / owner unknown all properties fronting the
   highway are assumed to own up to the centreline of the carriageway. This could
   result in legal issues for the applicant.

Halcrow response - We understand that the Land OBC takes into account only the land
within the red-line boundary, the purchase of land outside the red-line would have
significant implication to the feasibility of the scheme.

3. Depending on which approach is finally adopted it is clear from the above that the
   highway authority may have cause to object to the London Street proposals If for any
   reason our objection is not up held by the planning department then some form of
   condition will be required that guarantees that the London Street is closed to through
   traffic, as shown on the drawings submitted in the planning application. e.g via a
   Grampian type condition requiring the closure prior to opening of the hospital.

Halcrow response – There maybe other options available to close London Street to
through traffic. Traffic signs together with an enforcement order could be placed on
London Street to prohibit through traffic and allow access to frontages only. In addition
the hospital access junctions on London Street could be modified to restrict access from
one direction to ensure they enter and leave from the appropriate signed junction.
Although there will be no physical restriction to through traffic on London Street it would
overcome the issue of acquiring additional third-party land through the CPO process and
objections from properties served off this road.




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Comments relating to the Transport Assessment from Sandwell MBC following
meeting on 3rd June 2008

Following our meeting on the 3rd June 2008 the following points relate to the TA and
highway issues.

   1. We have concerns regarding the proposed re-assignment of staff and patients
      as referred to in table 7.1
                The route assigned as Cape Hill (A4034) appears to be acceptable.
                The route assigned as A457 Grove Lane North should be modified so
                that the following wards have 80% of their traffic routed along the
                A457, (West Brom Central, Greets Green & Lyng, Hateley Heath,
                Charlemont, Wednesbury North, Friar Park).
                The route assigned as Rabone Lane should be modified so the
                following wards have 20% of their traffic routed along Rabone Lane
                (West Brom Central, Greets Green & Lyng, Hateley Heath,
                Charlemont, Wednesbury North, Friar Park).
                In addition the wards of Perry Barr, Oscott, Lozells and East
                Handsworth have all been routed with 100% of their traffic assigned to
                Rabone Lane, this may appear to be the shortest route on the AA Route
                Planner but we do not believe that all the traffic from these wards
                would route in this direction as this appears to be a very convoluted
                route.
                Why is only 30% of the Soho ward routing this way? The route
                assigned as A457 Dudley Road should be modified, why is only 20%
                of the Soho ward traffic being routed this way? It appears that the
                combined Soho ward traffic is only amounting to 50% along all routes
                why is this? A similar issue occurs for the Ladywood ward only 30% is
                assigned to any route. The above issues need addressing as these will
                affect all traffic figures and junction analysis.
   2. As discussed earlier the proposals for London Street will require further
      consideration. At present the highway is adopted and serves a number of
      properties that are served off this road. Severing it part way would require
      turning heads to be constructed either side of the obstruction. Additionally
      their would be likely to be objectors to such a driving order from other
      frontages. The use of rising bollards is not supported because of the long term
      maintenance issues associated with them.
   3. An alternative for London Street would be the stopping up of the highway, this
      may remove the third party objections if the adjacent land was part of the CPO
      site. If this CPO approach is not undertaken and the road is still stopped up the
      land reverts back to the owner or if it is unregistered / owner unknown all
      properties fronting the highway are assumed to own up to the centreline of the
      carriageway. This could result in legal issues for the applicant.
   4. Depending on which approach is finally adopted it is clear from the above that
      the highway authority may have cause to object to the London Street proposals
      If for any reason our objection is not up held by the planning department then
      some form of condition will be required that guarantees that the London Street
      is closed to through traffic, as shown on the drawings submitted in the
      planning application. e.g via a grampian type condition requiring the closure
      prior to opening of the hospital.
Comments issued on 05/06/08
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