Demolition at old QE2 Hospital as A&E is torn down

PUBLISHED: 13:58 14 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:16 14 July 2015

Demolition work starts at the QE2 hospital

Demolition work starts at the QE2 hospital


Demolition of the iconic old QE2 Hospital in nearby Welwyn Garden City began last week.

The former A&E unit at the Howlands site was torn down last Monday (6) and Tuesday to make way for a car park at the £30 million New QEII.

Diggers and workmen arrived at the site on Monday morning reducing the old building to twisted shards of metal and dusty rubble.

A spokesman for the East and North Herts NHS Trust said the old A&E department was being demolished to make way for a new car park.

The new hospital provides a range of services including an urgent care unit – formerly referred to as a local A&E department – outpatients services, X-rays and scans, a breast cancer unit and treatments which do not need an overnight stay.

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