Private Healthcare

Our experience

LSI is one of the UK’s leading Architects in the Healthcare sector, and has a strong track record in the successful design and delivery of projects in the private healthcare sector. We count amongst our clients many of the most recognisable private healthcare providers nationally and internationally.

Input is provided from project inception and business case stages through to completion, including masterplanning, architectural and interior design services.

We are highly experienced at working on existing hospital or health centre sites and within challenging planning contexts, as well as historic buildings.

Stakeholder Engagement

Our team is also highly skilled at undertaking stakeholder engagement with key stakeholder groups including facilities managers, clinicians/teachers, support staff, users (patients/students), relatives and the wider community.

We understand that as Architects we need to engage and motivate stakeholders to ‘open up’ and describe their ambitions for a project, and encourage others to talk freely about their understanding of project opportunities.

We use a range of techniques to explore and present our ideas throughout the design process to help us receive better feedback and the end product is a building or space that better meets the needs of the end users.


Our Healthcare Team offers vast experience in healthcare design and special strengths in terms of a people who are extremely knowledgeable in respect of current HBN’s, HTM’s, Building Regulations and other requirements (eg BREEAM for Health), and well established processes for ensuring the coordination of technical and servicing requirements as part of integrated design solutions.

Our Private Healthcare team

Our team offers extensive private healthcare experience, supported by key personnel in our healthcare team who can provide expertise in respect of planning consultancy, briefing/consultation facilitation, stakeholder engagement, due diligence and compliance review HBN/HTM audits.

Our case studies