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Premises - please support new premises for Park Road Surgery

Please support the planning application to secure new premises for Park Road Surgery

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We are writing to update you on our premises situation, and to ask you to support the planning application that has now been submitted to the Council for the Former Imperial College London Private Ground on Udney Park Road, Teddington.

We are delighted to have reached a legal agreement with Quantum which, if they secure planning permission for the site, would enable us to purchase a half-acre plot on this site and build a spacious, accessible, state-of-the-art surgery. We expect to sign this week, and will confirm here once we have.

You can download a summary of the GP surgery plans here.

The new premises would allow us to offer expanded services, more facilities and to continue to provide medical care to the residents of Teddington, Hampton Wick and the surrounding area for decades to come. It would also put us on the same site as multiple other community organisations, including the Teddington CIC, Park Lane Stables and others.

We can only achieve all of this with your help.

Please take a couple of minutes to add your support here. Alternatively you can come to the surgery and leave letters of support with us to collate.

This is the only detailed, costed and workable proposal we have for a new surgery. We cannot continue to operate from our existing building, and we believe that the proposals for Udney Park will be of enormous benefit to the community in providing and improving services no one else has a funded way of providing. We urge you to support the plans; more details on the history of our search for new premises, including frequently asked questions, is available on the website.

If you have questions about the proposal, please e-mail them to RICCCG.parkroad@nhs.net, and we will publish Q&As online.



 
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