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18 NEWS NHS


First Integrated Care Centre comes with a fire station


A new, innovative NHS integrated care centre designed by Medical Architecture which provides healthcare for the elderly combined with a new fire station for Humberside Fire and Rescue, has been opened in Hull. The Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre


(ICC), a £10m building delivered under a LIFT public private partnership, is “the first of a new generation of health infrastructure that enables out-of-hospital care,” said the architectural practice. Designed to “transform the lives of the elderly”, it will provide local treatment and care to help residents keep fit and well, while living in their own homes. Humberside Fire and Rescue also cater for patients who slip and fall and integrating the new station for the emergency service reflects the One Public Estate model, said Medical Architecture, “with public agencies pooling resources to realise a new campus where the whole delivers much more than the sum of the parts”.


RIBA


Alan Jones elected RIBA president


Alan Jones has been elected as the next president of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).


He will take over the two-year presidency from Ben Derbyshire next year, beginning 1 September 2019. Jones is director of his own practice based in County Antrim, as well as being a senior lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast and the RIBA’s Vice President for Education. Jones commented on his election: “I am


honoured to become the next president and wish to thank everyone who supported me, engaged with the


The LIFT behind the project was overseen by the development partner Citycare and contractor Sewell. The building is sited on vacant school land in an area of the city “often deprived of investment”, but, said the architects, it has “created a new civic landmark that the local community are very proud of”. Working with a “constrained” budget, the low-rise design is “uncompromisingly modern,” said the architects, “despite using a limited palette of materials and components”. Features such as the building’s oriel window “draw the eye and communicate a structure and order to the linear form”, and the generous public realm segregates traffic and provides a boulevard and garden spaces which encourage mobility. Medical Architecture added: “By organising the welcoming point at the heart of the building, all the clinical and support functions are nearby and accessible. The therapeutic and non-institutional character of the design is immediately


election process and took time to vote. I appreciate respect is not given lightly and must be earned. I am hugely grateful for the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Ben Derbyshire and past presidents, people who I have huge respect for. I wish to build on their successes.” He continued: “As individuals and


as an institution, we need to come together to make the most of our assets, and make the case for our profession. We need to gather evidence and realise a more significant role and position in business and society.” Jones concluded: “We must focus more on the pertinent issues that will increase the quality of service we provide and the added value we can bring. We must reduce our overheads and the loss of colleagues and expertise as they leave our profession because of economics. Talent is universal and opportunity into and upward through our profession must be too.”


apparent with views of gardens, daylight and comfortable and convenient waiting spaces.” Clinical and public spaces have been interspersed to “foster a sense of reassurance and wellbeing”.


It is first capital project in the city to be completed since the Health and Social Care Act came into force in 2012. Chair of Citycare and Former Health Secretary Alan Johnson, said: “It is a remarkable partnership between the NHS, local authority, fire and rescue service and all of the other providers. While creating flexible estate solutions, it is about giving the NHS the best quality and designing a building which can be flexible for decades to come.” Project director at Medical Architecture,


Paul Yeomans said: “The reward for applying refined and consistent details is an architecture that is modern, attractive and technically appropriate. For those who use the building, it feels positive and reassuring.”


RIBA president Ben Derbyshire said, “Congratulations to Alan Jones on the vote of confidence he has received from our members – I look forward to supporting him in the role both as President Elect and after I’ve passed on the baton next year. The RIBA has an exciting future and I hope I can rely on Alan’s support during my second year in office as we continue to push the Institute’s ambitious programme forward.”


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