What is the Capital Projects & Modernisation Programme?
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) and its partners are investing £140 million in a modernisation programme to improve our mental health services and facilities for local people. Part of the transformation will be the redevelopment of outdated buildings which are no longer fit for modern mental healthcare. Lambeth Hospital and Mapother House, Michael Rutter Centre, Professorial Building at the Maudsley site will be redeveloped as housing - helping fund better mental health care and services and meeting our communities need for more local homes.
Our proposals, which are now with Lambeth Council, include over 500 much needed new homes 50 per cent of which will be affordable, and a new community space. These new homes will help those on Lambeth Council’s waiting lists while providing investment in improved mental health services. Find out more
The redeveloped Douglas Bennett House will house most of the Lambeth Hospital wards and services. There will be 8 wards moving which include; The Actue Ward, PICU Ward, Eating Disorders Ward and Neuropsychiatry Ward. Find out more De Crespigny Park
There is an urgent need to redevelop our hospital facilities, as many of our buildings are old, in poor condition and not fit for purpose. The aim of this redevelopment is to reinvest back into our current and future hospital and community facilities while creating much needed new homes, for local people in Southwark. Find out more