New Dinas Powys Medical Centre Plans on Display
Plans for a new medical centre in Dinas Powys will be on display at an open event due to take place on Tuesday, June 18. The proposed project will be built by developer Brackley Investments Ltd, based in Bicester. Brackley is a specialist developer and investor of primary care centres for GPs and Primary Care Trusts. It is proposed that the centre be built on the former St Cyres School site in Dinas Powys and that it will house the existing family practice and group practice GP surgeries, as well as local NHS community services and a community pharmacy.
Clare Evans, head of primary care at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board said: "We are holding an open event between 3pm and 8pm at Lee Hall, Dinas Powys on Tuesday, June 18. I want to encourage all patients and local residents to attend, take a look at the plans and give us their views. Staff from GP practices, the Health Board, and the architect and specialist developer Brackley will be on hand to explain the proposals and answer any questions. Local councillors and representatives of the Community Health Council will also be present."
Director of Brackley Investments, Andy Marshall said: "We are delighted to be able to present our proposals for part of the derelict school site and we are very much looking forward to meeting the residents of the village. We're sure there will be a good turnout from patients keen to hear about the plans for this much needed community facility, the feedback from which will inform our future planning application."