Diary of a Sutton Councillor

St Helier Hospital – opportunity to view development plans

The  following notification has been issued by the hospital’s communications team:

We are now in the process of drafting and submitting detailed planning applications and we would like to invite you to view and comment on our proposals at St Helier Hospital on 13 October 2011.   

This is your chance to tell us what you think of the designs for the hospital’s brand new multi-decked car park: the materials, colour scheme and overall appearance.

There will also be a chance to look at how we plan to temporarily move our clinics and other services from areas where the demolition will take place, so that we’re ready to start knocking the existing building down in spring 2013. 

Finally, there will also be an opportunity to view our proposals for the new day nursery at St Helier, which is used by staff.

The event will take place in the re:treat restaurant (the main restaurant on the ground floor) and members of the redevelopment team will be on hand from:

·       10am – 12noon;

·       2pm – 5pm;

·       6pm – 9pm.

 They will be able to explain and discuss the proposals, as well as answer any questions you may have.  You do not need to book, simply come along to find out more.

A further event – to explain the temporary move of services and staff to Sutton Hospital – will be held on Friday 21 October in the main entrance, ground floor, Sutton Hospital.

 For further information on the redevelopment, please visit www.epsom-sthelier.nhs.uk/sthelierredevelopment.  You will find the latest copy of the St Helier Newsletter, providing you with a comprehensive update on progress, near the foot of the page.

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October 4, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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