NTU Architecture Subject Group

Daleside Healthcare Centre, Nottingham

Daleside Healthcare Centre aims to meet the needs of a growing population, by providing fundamental healthcare services for the local community. The centre offers outpatient treatment only. The scale of the development will allow for specialised services to be developed all in one place. The plans follow requirements set out by Nottingham City Council’s Waterside Regeneration Zone, to transform the area to a new sustainable residential community.

Nesar Yamin
Student name
Nesar Yamin
Architectural Technology
Daleside Healthcare Centre, west elevation

Daleside Healthcare Centre, west elevation

Project Information

The facility will offer services including general healthcare, children and adolescents’ mental health services (CAMHS), physiotherapy, podiatry, dentistry, and a pharmacy. Other functions include talking therapy, a sensory room, dance movement therapy (DMT), a sensory garden, meditation, and employee yoga. The centre will achieve BREEAM outstanding, utilising technologies such as photovoltaic plates and an extensive green roof. The building features timber cladding and a rain screen using carbon-negative material Made of Air.

Architectural Technology

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