Over the past few months, BDH Community Ventures (BDH) have been supporting clients in responding to business-critical issues brought about by COVID-19. This work included a rapid response from the BDH team to enable two operational LIFT buildings: South Hornchurch Health Centre in Rainham and Marks Gate Health Centre in Dagenham, to quickly switch use, to that of fully operational Covid-19 HOT Hubs.
At short notice, the BDH Estates Team responded to the CCGs needs and carried out a range of minor short-term adaptions at both buildings to support the change in use - proving how flexible and accommodating existing LIFT buildings are.
The situation is complex and evolving, and BDH and its management services provider, gbpartnerships, will continue to do whatever it can to support local communities, health and care organisations, plus the health, safety and wellbeing of staff, clients and delivery partners, to reduce the potentially devastating impact to life, health and wellbeing. Other projects recently completed by the gbpartnerships team on behalf of BDH include:
A space utilisation study for Axe Street Child and Family Centre
Primary Care Network Infrastructure Plans.
Live projects include:
Technical design and support for development of the Barking Riverside Health and Wellbeing Hub
Development of an Outline Business Case for Barking Riverside Health and Wellbeing Hub
St Georges Outline Planning Consent
Development of an Outline Business Case for St. George’s Health and Wellbeing Hub
Variation works at Barking Child & Family Health Centre.
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