This Inquiry will investigate the construction of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus, Glasgow, and the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People, and Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Edinburgh

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What is the timetable for the inquiry?

Timetable for week commencing 20 September will be available shortly. 
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Inquiry Documents

A wide range of documents will be made available through the website.

These may include copies of evidence, transcripts of the oral hearings and reports commissioned by the Inquiry.

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What is the latest news from the Inquiry?

New Restriction Order published

Restriction Order 3 was published today regarding the anonymity of two further witnesses.

Date 7 September 2021

Restriction Orders published

Two Restriction Orders were published in relation to material released by the Inquiry and granting anonymity to three witnesses. 

 

Date 30 August 2021

Protocol on Public Access to Information published

This protocol sets out the Inquiry’s general approach to access to evidence and information and guidance on the Inquiry’s approach to redaction.

 

Date 18 August 2021

Remit of the Inquiry

The overarching aim of this Inquiry is to consider the planning, design, construction, commissioning and, where appropriate, maintenance of both the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus (QEUH), Glasgow and the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People and Department of Clinical Neurosciences (RHCYP/DCN), Edinburgh.

The Inquiry will determine how issues relating to adequacy of ventilation, water contamination and other matters adversely impacting on patient safety and care occurred; if these issues could have been prevented; the impacts of these issues on patients and their families; and whether the buildings provide a suitable environment for the delivery of safe, effective person-centred care.

The Inquiry will make recommendations to ensure that any past mistakes are not repeated in future NHS infrastructure projects. The Inquiry will do this by fulfilling its Terms of Reference.