Please note that our building extension works will be starting this week and will continue for at least the next six months.
Unfortunately, there will be no parking available ( but limited disable parking, ensure to display your badge) whilst this work is being carried out, please make alternative arrangements, and allow plenty of time to arrive for your appointments. You will still be able to be dropped off at the front door.
If you have any mobility requirements, such as the wheelchair, please let us know while making the appointment
We apologise for any inconvenience this will cause and thank you for your patience and support during this time.
When is the building work starting?
We are anticipating that this work will start in June 2022 and continue for at least the next six months. It is proposed that the outside work will be done first, followed by the knock through and renovations inside.
What work is being done?
There will be single and double storey extensions to the left and right of the building, together with an extra room around the back. The plans will be made available online shortly.
Why are you having this extension work done?
We are looking to enhance and improve patient experiences of attending at the surgery. The new build will facilitate a minor surgery suite, together with extra consultation rooms for use by other health professionals.
Will the surgery remain open as usual during the building work?
The surgery will remain during this time. There will be some changes with accessing consultation rooms when the work has started inside, but we will accommodate this.
Where will patients be able to park?
There will still be the disabled spaces for those needing them in the surgery car park but otherwise patients need to make alternate arrangements.
Will it be safe to come to the surgery during this time?
All risk assessments have been completed by the contractors and measures will be put in place to allow for safe access together with all safety protocols being in place once you are in the surgery. There will obviously be some level of disruption during this time, but we will ensure we keep all our patients updated around this.