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Tuesday 20 March 2018


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NHSPS to deliver new GP surgery by the end of 2018

Monday 19th February 2018

Works for a new purpose-build GP practice that will be delivered by NHS Propery Services (PS) have begun last Friday (16 february), after local residents saw their former practice closed in 2015.

The £2.3m development will rise in Bow Fell, Brownsover after the Brownsover Medical Practice did not see its contract with NHS England renewed back in 2015.

Solihull-based contractor Greswolde Construction is in charge of the construction of the 624-square metre GP...

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