Expenditure on Future Hospital project (FOI)
Expenditure on Future Hospital project (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 04 January 2019.
Can I request a full disclosure of the expenditure of the proposed New Building of the General Hospital?
Cost of purchased buildings.
Names of purchased building.
Cost of consultants.
Names of consultants.
Payments made to any construction firms.
Have any contracts been signed to undertake the building works by any firm, which in the event of any delays in planning / government procedures, result in payments being made. Commonly known as penalty clauses.
Any pre payments made to any firms.
A and B
The information you have requested in questions 1 and 2 is exempt under Article 23 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011 as the information is available for you to view on www.gov.je.
The information is detailed in a previous Freedom of Information (FOI) response on 25 October 2018 which can be located using the following link.
Future hospital property acquisitions (FOI)
The cost of consultants (including providers of professional services) to 30 November 2018 is £20,950,578.
The consultants listed below are the ones included in the cost figure shown in our response to question C above.
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Building Design Partnership Ltd
Concerto Partners LLP
Ernst & Young
GU Consulting Limited
Hepburn Associates Ltd
HLG Associates Limited
Marcom Collective Ltd
Ove Arup & Partners
Perfect Circle JV Ltd
Robin Whitby Consulting Limited
Shepherd & Wedderburn LLP
The Advisory Board Company
The Consultation Institute
WS Atkins International Ltd
The payments made to construction firms as at 30 November 2018 is £4,672,665
There have been no contracts signed, where in the event of delay, will result in default payments being made.
There have been no pre-payments made.
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