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Building a better Chase Farm Hospital

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Building a better Chase Farm Hospital

Time: June 30, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Dugdale Centre, Thomas Hardy House
Street: Thomas Hardy House 39 London Road Enfield EN2 6DS
City/Town: Enfield
Website or Map: https://www.list.co.uk/place/…
Event Type: consultation
Event Added By: Donald Smith
Latest Activity: Jul 4, 2015

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For the latest Chase Farm Development Newsletter, Click Here

CFH_redevelopment_newsletter_June_Issue_3_final.pdf

Reminder: that being a private operation and not a car park operated by the local authority, the multi storey car park above Argos/Lidl accessed from Essex Road does NOT provide free parking for Blue Badge holders. The nearest alternative local authority car park is in Genotin Road

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Comment by Donald Smith on July 4, 2015 at 14:31

The following information appears in the Enfield Independent

A total of ten services will move to new locations within Chase Farm hospital as part of planned redevelopment.

This will allow construction work to begin on the site in early 2016.

The older person’s assessment unit, sleep and lung functions clinic, blood clinic and rheumatology out-patients will all be relocated in July of this year.

The urgent care centre, paediatric assessment unit, paediatric out-patients, GP out of hours service, ante-natal clinic and gynaecology and colposcopy clinic will all then move in August 2015.

The services will then remain in place until their planned move into the new hospital building in 2018.

At the meeting at the Dugdale Centre on 30th June Andrew Panniker Director of Capital and Estates and Fiona Jackson, Hospital Director, Chase Farm explained that the proposed layout of the the new hospital had changed so that it is now proposed to be built using "north facing fingers" and the ground floor of Highlands Wing will no longer be mothballed but would be used with its garden to house a ward of rehabilitation beds. As a consequence the Royal Free Foundation Trust intend to submit a revised planning application

In the absence of concluding a s106 agreement, the decision letter on the earlier Planning Application 14/04574/OUT has still to be issued.

Comment by Donald Smith on July 4, 2015 at 14:45

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