Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust is holding an exhibition to showcase the proposed design for the refurbishment of Guy's Hospital Tower.
Rising to 34 storeys and, at 143 metres the tallest hospital tower in Europe, Tower Wing at Guy's opened in 1974 and has been a landmark on the London skyline ever since.
The tower has served the population of South East London well in the 36 years of its existence, but the facade is now in need of an extensive overhaul.
To secure the future of the tower for the next 30 years, a full refurbishment of the external facade is needed, including new replacement windows and new energy efficient cladding which will reduce the building's carbon footprint.
This project is part of a ten year plan to invest in a series of building projects that will create a better environment, for better care. Guy's and St Thomas' calls it the 2020 vision – creating the best possible environment for patients, visitors and staff.
Everyone is invited to the exhibition and views are welcome.
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