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/ 26 April 2018

Newton Road Medical Centre Planning Application

Newton Road Medical Centre - Credit Colman Architects.jpg

The Diocese of London has been granted planning permission to expand and regenerate the NHS Medical Centre on Newton Road in West London.

Approval was granted by Westminster City Council for the proposals by the Diocese of London, which owns the site. The proposals are supported by the existing GP practice on Newton Road, and NHS Central London Clinical Commissioning Group, and will see the medical centre provided with new purpose-built accommodation, allowing it to significantly increase its provision in the local community.

As part of the proposals, the Diocese will also deliver nine much-needed new homes, whose sale will help fund the provision and relocation of the medical centre.

William Hagger, Head of Property Investment for the London Diocesan Fund, said:

“We are delighted that Westminster Council has approved our application to regenerate the Newton Road Medical Centre and deliver new accommodation for the local area. We have worked constantly with the medical practice and neighbours in bringing forward the proposals. Once complete the rehomed medical centre, operating from purpose-built accommodation, will be able to increase its provision and continue to support the local community.”

Photo Credit: Colman Architects

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