Improving the environment
Working Together

Project description

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust identified a crucial requirement for a new healthcare facility to accommodate centralised services. The new build aim was to deliver a high quality clinical environment with a range of specialist healthcare services that are currently provided across a number of sites within the district.

The new 2150sqm of accommodation consists of office space and a number of clinical departments – Outpatients, Physiotherapy, GP, Minor Injuries Unit, X-Ray, Mental Health, Podiatry and Community Services. The scheme has employed the latest clinical standards, in conjunction with patient / staff-focused clinical design and enhanced landscaping, to provide a state-of-the-art hospital.

St Luke’s Treatment Centre delivers essential community healthcare facilities in Market Harborough, within a centralised space and a modern, inspiring and accessible building, on time and within budget.

Responsible business

Improving the environment

Improving the environment

The project is designed to achieve a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, and uses the Building Research Establishment (BRE) Green Guide specification for all material choices. The building features rainwater harvesting systems, localised Passive Infra-Red (PIR) operated solenoids, roof-based photovoltaics and air source heat pumps as part of a sustainable approach to design.
Working together with our supply chain

Working together with our supply chain

85 per cent local labour within 20 miles, and 90 per cent local spend within 20 miles.


Parts of the existing hospital remained live during construction. We continued to work closely with our customer to ensure as little disruption as possible to patients during the construction period.


“We’re very pleased to be seeing our first patients at the new Treatment Centre. This facility provides up-to-date, high quality accommodation for the range of services that we provide, working in conjunction with GPs and other NHS organisations.”

Dr Noel O’Kelly, Clinical Director
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust