10 April 2015
The Chase Farm redevelopment hub, which opened its doors last month following the meeting of Enfield planning committee on 12 March, welcomed its 150th visitor on Friday 10 April.
The hub, which provides information about the new hospital, is in front of the Clocktower building at the hospital and is open between midday and 4pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Visitors can inspect the plans, ask questions and leave feedback.
Feedback to date has been positive, with visitors particularly welcoming the investment in new facilities, the provision of new primary school places in the area and the improvement to the hospital’s energy efficiency.
As well as inviting visitors to the hub, the trust is running a series of tours around the site led by hospital director Fiona Jackson.
Notes to editors
- On 12 March the Enfield Council planning committee approved the outline planning application for the redevelopment of Chase Farm Hospital. Before the redevelopment can begin the trust and the council must sign a section 106 agreement and conclude discussions on a number of other reserved matters.
- Full details of the application can be viewed at http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications by entering the search term EN2 8JL in the search box. The planning application 14/04574/OUT is the top item.
- More information is available at www.royalfree.nhs.uk/chasefarm
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