PEOPLE are being urged to share their views and help shape plans for the new Airedale General Hospital.

Airedale is one of five hospitals to be added to the New Hospital Programme after facing years of safety concerns due to RAAC.

Built in the late 1960s, Airedale Hospital was largely constructed with RAAC, which only has a lifespan of 30 years.

The government has committed to rebuilding the new hospital by 2030. 

The hospital trust are looking to hear from potential patients about what they think is important when planning the new hospital.

Stuart Shaw, director of strategy, planning and partnerships at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, said: “It’s important that we hear from as many voices from across our communities as possible.

“We are at the start of an exciting journey.”

To take part in the survey, people can fill in the