New Park House Development Executive Summary

New Park House Development Executive Summary   Front Cover of Executive Summary

HM Treasury approved (11/11/21) our Full Business Case (FBC) and released a capital investment of £105.9 million to replace the existing Park House mental health inpatient unit at the North Manchester General Hospital site with a new purpose-built, state-of-the-art building.  

The Executive Summary sets out how the new building will greatly improve patient experience, with spacious single bedrooms each with private en-suite bathrooms, a variety of indoor activity areas, and multiple outside garden spaces. It outlines how the new development will enable specialist inpatient care to be provided more effectively within a safe and pleasant environment for patients, carers, visitors and staff.

Work to clear the site has already begun and demolition is underway. The new unit anticipated to be built and operational by 2024. Follow the construction progress here.

GMMH NPHD ES v8.0 - FINAL - November 2021 [pdf] 9MB

The full business case is available on request, please email

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Improving Lives

You can find out more about the investment to improve mental health care in North Manchester in our Improving Lives magazine:


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Art Engagement Sessions 

On the 9 and 12 April 2021 we held a series of creative engagement sessions with staff, patients, Recovery Academy students and Recovery Pathways patients and staff to develop the look and feel of the new adult mental health inpatient unit to replace Park House. Thank you to all who took part, and a huge thank you to Lucentia Design for hosting them. Here are some of the mood boards created!

Mood boards from creative art sessions developing the new Park House projects art coordination.

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