WE THINK the best site for the new hospital is in the grounds of Clevedon Hall, for the following reasons. The site is easily accessible from the motorway and is on bus routes which cover Portishead, Nailsea and many areas in and around Clevedon. The hos
WE THINK the best site for the new hospital is in the grounds of Clevedon Hall, for the following reasons.
The site is easily accessible from the motorway and is on bus routes which cover Portishead, Nailsea and many areas in and around Clevedon.
The hospital would be a more attractive building than rows of houses and therefore aesthetically more acceptable to people of the town on this very important site.
The patients would be undisturbed by noise from passing traffic.
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Security for the patients and the people working there - the wall surrounding the site is already there.
We are voluntary car drivers for Clevedon Care. I hope that wherever the hospital is built that enough parking spaces will be available as a drop- off point, allowing time for us to accompany the patient to the appointed area.
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One of the main problems at the moment is that parking is difficult at the cottage hospital, but there is usually a space in the health centre opposite.
You must allow plenty of parking areas in the new hospital for visitors, doctors, nurses, cleaners, out-patients etc. Please - no parking charges.
If there is space - a limited amount of staff accommodation should be considered. In this way you may encourage new recruits who would not have to find somewhere to live.
PAT STOKES - Castle Road, Clevedon