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Hospital corner proposed development

New Surbiton Hospital and school proposals open for consultation.

NHS Kingston and Kingston Council have been working with GPs, patients and residents to bring a new lease of life to the Surbiton Hospital site, as part of a programme of improvements to deliver better care closer to home.

A consultation is running from Monday 5 July to Saturday 31 July to gather public views on designs for a new healthcare building and a primary school, before a planning application is submitted later in the year.

Proposals include a 2-3 storey building that will house 6-7 existing GP practices and provide a wider range or services closer to home, including walk-in urgent care, diagnostics, therapies, outpatients services and a café.

A spokesman for NHS Kingston said: “Obviously it needs to go through the whole planning process and nothing is certain but we are going ahead.”

David Smith, chief executive at NHS Kingston, said: “We’re delighted to be taking forward this exciting project with Kingston Council, which will bring a new lease of life to the Surbiton Hospital site.

“The scheme is all about creating the best possible health and education services for people in the borough, so we’d urge residents to give their views in the consultation.”‬‪

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