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Fri, 10 Feb 2017 10:35 by Linda Carter
News from South Northamptonshire Council:
The dream of replacing Brackley's much loved, but out of date Cottage Hospital, came a giant step closer this month after a full planning application for a new medical centre was submitted to South Northamptonshire Council (SNC). More »
In 2014 SNC approved a hybrid planning application for the Network 401 development at the northern entrance to the town which included: a food store, petrol station, medical centre, care home, a large employment space and a hotel with a restaurant and bar.
At the time full permission was granted for the food store and petrol station, while the other elements were granted outline approval with details to be agreed.
Detailed proposals have now been submitted by Dudley Taylor Pharmacies for a three storey medical centre that will replace the intermediate care beds at the Brackley Cottage Hospital in Pebble Lane, and act as a combined replacement for the Brackley Medical Centre and Washington House Surgery.
Cllr Roger Clarke, SNC's portfolio holder for planning and environment said: "While many local health facilities are under pressure, Brackley's facilities are being improved thanks to efforts by this council to ensure housing developers contribute towards the infrastructure within the areas they build.
"At times this may have seemed an impossible dream for the many dedicated people in Brackley who campaigned for this improvement to the town. They can now see the final hurdle. I would urge those who care about Brackley to comment on these proposals ahead of a decision by the SNC planning committee."
The medical centre will also include a minor injuries treatment service, x-ray facilities, a pharmacy and a café.
Dudley Taylor Pharmacies have also submitted a second application for a 62 bedroom care home.
To view the planning applications and to make a comment visit - http://snc.planning-register.co.uk/.
Search for application references: S/2017/0202/MAF for the medical facility and S/2017/0294/MAF for the care home.
Comments on the medical centre should be made by 23 February 2017. » Less
Tue, 07 Feb 2017 11:19 by Linda Carter
Having advertised the vacancy here on the website, four excellent candidates put themselves forward for co-option. At the meeting last night Councillors chose Mr Bernie Tiller to be the new councillor for the East Ward. More »
At the same meeting Council also elected the new Town Mayor and Deputy Town Mayor to be proposed at the Annual Meeting (Mayor Making) on Saturday 13th May 2017. The Town Mayor elect is Cllr Don Thompson (pictured) and the Deputy Town Mayor elect is Cllr Mark Morrell. » Less
Mon, 06 Feb 2017 17:20 by Linda Carter
The lease for The Old Fire Station Cafe has been signed by the Town Mayor with our tenant, Sarah Myers, due to open her new venture on Saturday 18th February. The Town Council wishes her every success with the cafe, and we are sure that many of our residents will enjoy sampling her delicious food or simply having a coffee in the garden while watching their children playing in the park.