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Developers are planning to build new homes on land immediately adjacent to Haddenham Medical Centre.

The intention is to construct a number of bungalows, as well as a new dentists' surgery.

The Patient Participation Group has voiced concerns over the impact on the availability of vehicle parking — especially as some bus commuters have been parking in the Medical Centre car park as if it is a 'Park and Ride' facility.

If you are a patient registered with Haddenham Medical Centre and would like to hear a presentation of the plans by the developers, you will have an opportunity to do so at 3pm on Thursday 10th April.

The meeting room has limited capacity, so it is very important that patients register their intention to attend — please do so by contacting the Chairman of the Patient Participation Group. Tel: 290244 or Email: chairman@theppg.org

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