Stobhill Hospital is currently undergoing major redevelopment, the largest component being the new Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic (ACAD) Centre, which aims to provide local access to ambulatory care and diagnostic facilities through redesigned and enhanced models of care suited to a 21st century health care facility.

The landscape design approach aims to provide a distinctive setting and character for the new ACAD Centre within the overall hospital grounds.  The design approach intends to create an overall environment for patients and staff which acknowledges the positive influence which the quality of surroundings has on their general well being.  Externally, mass planting of silver birch trees creates an immediate identity and character to the development, evoking notions of the historical colonisation of the Scottish Lowland landscape and creating a reminder of nature within a strictly built setting.  Internal garden spaces provide calming oases throughout the building and are designed primarily for viewing rather than using.  Awarded a Roses Design Grand Prix Awards and a Glasgow Institute of Architects Award, 2009 and a Design & Health International Academy Award, 2010.