Oak Cancer Centre
The Oak Cancer Centre is a striking new building at the gateway to the world-renowned cancer hospital and research centre in Sutton. It will provide new outpatient facilities, day treatments and a collaborative space for clinical researchers to accelerate cancer diagnosis and treatment for patients.
The Oak Cancer Centre will bring together more than 400 researchers from The Royal Marsden’s Sutton and Chelsea sites in a building designed to encourage collaboration and accelerate the development of new cancer treatments. The name is in recognition of the Oak Foundation, which has donated £ 25 million towards the cost of this new centre.
Sustainability is paramount in all work on the Oak Cancer Centre. The building was specifically designed to meet the BREEAM certification model for sustainability—from the initial project design and materials to the construction process itself.
Did you know?
Prince William laid the first stone of the Royal Marsden Oak Cancer Centre. He has been president of this hospital for more than 13 years.
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