Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Feb 16, 2018
Disclosed by Bank Feb 21, 2017
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According to EIB website, the project comprises a 558-bed general hospital for an operation of 25 years following a construction period of 2 years from site delivery. The project also includes a tri-generation plant with an estimated maximum installed capacity of 3 MW that is geared to be partially self-sufficient for power generation. The loan amount is not disclosed.
The project covers the construction of a large scale health campus on a brownfield site within an urbanized area. If the project would be located within the EU, it would be covered by Annex II of the EIA Directive 2011/92/EU in respect to urban development. Based on national legislation, no Environmental Impact Assessment has been requested by the competent authority.
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