You may remember that last September, we invited people who live near the Whittington Hospital, to pre-planning application engagement events, to view the first drawings of the new hospital we are building on that site. Since then our plans have evolved to incorporate feedback from local residents, businesses and local authority planners.
We will be applying to the local authority for planning permission shortly, but before we do that, we want to give local people the opportunity to see the latest drawings, so their feedback can be considered as we progress our plans.
To do this, we have organised the below drop-in event. People are welcome to visit either event, at a time most convenient for them, between 2pm and 7pm.
Monday 24 February, 2pm to 7pm, Room 7, Education Centre, Whittington Hospital
The programme team, as well as our architects, will be available to talk through the plans, listen to views and answer questions. Although we will continue to provide updates at regular meetings, if you live or work in Highgate, please feel free to drop-in. Please do also share this information with people that you know who live close to the Whittington site.
If you have any questions or need any further information, in the meantime, please do not hesitate to get in touch by emailing email@example.com
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