It wasn’t possible to discern any sort of building programme or noticeable extensions.
All the wards looked similar and had the same layout. So the plan of the initial USAF hospital
was followed by the later RAF extensions.
In planform, the hospital was built in two major sections: a northern half and southern half
linked by a central spine corridor which traversed the entire length of the site. Administration
and admission were to the north of the site where the hospital joined the village of Nocton.
All the pavilion ward blocks were aligned roughly north-south, most in regimented rows across
the site. Whilst most were of a similar size, there were several smaller wards in the northern
part of the complex, with two larger wards at the southern end of the site. All the wards were
single storey with windows along their eastern and western sides.
A boiler house was situated in the north eastern part of the site, and several large
brick built structures occupied the central drive between the two halves of the site.