New Healthcare Facilities Feasibility Study: What happens next?

We will now enter a month of consultation with Islanders, before the final version of the Feasibility Study Report is presented to the States Assembly in early July 2023.

This will include engagement with:

  • patient groups
  • the residents of Overdale, Kensington Place, Les Quennevais, and St Saviour
  • the public
  • States Members
  • Scrutiny
  • the third sector, and
  • most importantly Health staff who will be working in the new facilities

We’ll be releasing details of the various methods of engagement shortly and will be reaching out to the residents of Overdale, Kensington Place, Les Quennevais, and St Saviour to invite them to a series of focused Q&A sessions.

We’ll also be hosting a series of HCS staff drop-ins across the health estate, with an exhibition setting out details of both the options considered.

The full Executive Summary of the Feasibility Study Report will be available on, and sets out all the factors considered in both Option A and Option B.

If you have any immediate questions about the preferred Option B, or any of the work of the NHFP team, you can email, and one of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Next Steps

After presenting the Feasibility Report to the Assembly, from July the work of the NHFP team will focus on Phase One of the preferred multi-site option. This will include developing the concept design to enable costs to be more accurately estimated and exploring funding models in the Outline Business Case for the Government Plan. Demolition works on dilapidated buildings at Overdale will also commence.

We’ll also be releasing further information about the opening of the Enid Quenault Health and Wellbeing Centre at Les Quennevais, and the move of services to that facility.

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