New Bromley Health and Wellbeing Centre

The new Bromley Health and Wellbeing Centre will be built on the site of the old Adventure Kingdom on the Civic Centre site in Bromley Town Centre.  It will house a range of health and care services for local people.

There will be two floors:

  • Ground floor will accommodate the Dysart GP practice
  • First floor will accommodate community, outpatient and wellbeing services

There will be a small car park for staff, an ambulance drop off and parking for blue badge holders.  The exterior of the building will be improved. Visitors and patients can use the pay and display parking in the Glades Shopping Centre.

Benefits to residents

  • An improved home for the Dysart Surgery GP practice.
  • Fit for purpose, modern and sustainable building to house current and future services.
  • A range of primary care, community, hospital care and wellbeing services will be provided under one roof in an accessible location.
  • Enable services to work closely together to provide more joined up care for people.
  • Avoid having to go to hospital for some services.
  • A similar model to the Beckenham Beacon and Orpington Health and Wellbeing Centres, both of which are well utilised, accessible modern buildings which house a number of services under one roof.
  • Accessible location with good disabled access and transport links.

Views on the new Bromley Health and Wellbeing Centre are welcomed from Bromley people

Details of public meetings about the new Health and Wellbeing centre will be posted on this page.

On 21 December we held an online event to share our plans for the new Health and Wellbeing Centre.   You can watch a video of the session or read the presentation slides.

If you have any questions about the development, please email bromley.contactus@selondonics.nhs.uk

Next steps

Planning permission for the new Health and Wellbeing Centre has been submitted with a decision expected in February 2023.

A full business case which sets out the designs, commercial arrangements and construction costs will need to be approved by the NHS South East London Integrated Care Board and NHS England.

If everything goes to plan, the construction works will start in May 2023 with a completion date by March 2024.