Video footage has captured a new £11.5m health centre in the west of the county taking shape.

Captured over the course of several weeks, the timelapse video shows the progress made since work began on the site in King's Lynn in autumn 2023.

The work has seen drainage added to the site in Nar Ouse Way, foundations built and modular buildings lifted into place.

The project will include more than 20 new clinical rooms and will allow people to access a range of services beyond that of a standard GP surgery.

It is being built using an approach known as 'modern methods of construction', whereby much of the building work is carried out off-site in a factory before being transported to the location.

Paul Higham, director of primary care estates at NHS Norfolk and Waveney said: "We are delighted with the progress we are seeing on site and it is exciting to see this much-needed development finally taking shape.

"This new health hub will provide a range of services that will help to meet needs for healthcare services in King's Lynn now, and to meet the growing demand from the planned expansion of the town."

The building is also set to benefit from a host of green measures, including triple-glazed windows, air source pumps and LED lighting to make sure it is net zero carbon in operation.

It is one of four new 'primary care hubs' being developed across the region as part of a £25.2m investment, with other sites set for Rackheath, Sprowston and Thetford.

The King's Lynn and Rackheath sites are set to be new-build projects, while the remaining two will be established by extending existing centres.

The King's Lynn site is expected to be ready for use this summer, with work continuing over the coming months.