Financing the first phase of the long-term investment programme of Sint Franciscus Gasthuis and Vlietland, a general hospital operator in the greater Rotterdam area.
Hospitals are not explicitly mentioned in the EIA Directive 2014/52/EU amending the Directive 2011/92/EU, though the project is covered by Annex II of the Directive about urban development. The Bank's services will verify during appraisal the screening decision of the competent authority.
It is expected that the project will bear more comprehensive benefits to the community as healthcare is an element of social cohesion and economic development.
The project covers the first phase of the Promoter's long-term strategy for reorganising service delivery across its two hospital facilities. It includes the construction of a new building (about 20 500 m2) on the site of the Franciscus Gasthuis which will enable the consolidation of a number of functions in a modern, state-of-the-art environment. Investments will hence support efficient and modern healthcare provision in the greater Rotterdam region.
The Bank will require the Promoter to ensure that contracts for the implementation of the project have been and will be tendered in accordance with the relevant applicable EU procurement legislation (Directives 2014/24/EC and/or 2014/23/EC as well as Directives 89/665/EEC and 92/13/EEC) as interpreted by the Court of Justice of the EU, with the publication of tender notices in the Official Journal of the EU, as and where required.
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