Public exhibition held to discuss planning application proposals

Background to the proposals

More than 150 people have attended a two-day public exhibition to discuss the RNOH’s proposals for a planning application.

The planning application, which will be in the form of a masterplan, aims to replace the outline planning application as it no longer secures the best outcome for the Trust.

Rob Hurd, chief executive, said plans are at an early stage and will include proposals for a new hospital development and residential development, including staff accommodation.

“We are keen to ensure that we consult widely with our key stakeholders and encourage as many people as possible to attend a public exhibition to find out more about the proposals,” he said.

The new planning permission seeks to permit the re-provision of exemplary healthcare facilities together with the transfer of surplus floor space to residential use in order to achieve the maximum potential land receipt.

A dedicated email address has been set up to take on board any feedback and respond to queries from patients and the public: All comments must be received by 4 May 2012.

A second public exhibition will be held in July, details of which will be made available in due course.

The information displayed at the exhibition is available here: 

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