The redevelopment of St. Bartholomew’s blends the hospital’s historic Georgian buildings with modern architecture in a new hospital building. New buildings have replaced the 1930’s King George V and Queen Mary’s Wings with a contemporary design that complements the Grade I Listed architecture of the existing hospital buildings. Cleared of cars, the historic square has returned to a pedestrian plaza and focal point for the visitors.

This work is ongoing with the current redevelopment of the 1907 Pathology buildings and outpatients yet to reach completion.