AN entire city no longer has a single dentist free for new NHS patients. Thousands of people in Portsmouth won't be able to use surgeries when a chain of practices closes next month, according to the British Dental Association. The 20,000 NHS patients left without an option in the city will have to get to Gosport or Havant for treatment. One patient, who did not wish to be named, told The News: "I received a letter saying that I would be provided ongoing care at another surgery but when I contacted them I was told all they could do was put me on a waiting list and 20,000 patients were affected by the closures." NHS England has suggested the figure affected is closer to 9,000 but local sources have said it is much higher. The three practices to be closed are owned by Colosseum Dental Group, owned by an investment company in Switzerland. Stephen Morgan, Labour MP for Portsmouth South, said poorer members of the community would be worst-affected. Adding: "How will poorer families pay for … [Read more...] about Entire city no longer has a single NHS dentist free for patients
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0 Have your say New tenants are moving into vacant space at Peterborough City Council’s offices at Fletton Quays. The authority, which rents the building, has agreed a nine-year deal with the Construction Industry Training Board for it to move into the second floor at Sand Martin House, and be co-tenants of the engine shed, from August.The sub-lease will net the authority around £700,000 a year, with break options after three and six years.The council relocated its staff from the Town Hall into Sand Martin House last year to become the anchor tenants of the development.The £120 million regeneration of Fletton Quays, at Peterborough’s South Bank, will also include a Hilton hotel, around 450 apartments, a whisky and gin distillery, arts centre and ‘urban beach’, as well as retail, restaurant and leisure facilitiesGreggs has already set up a shop at the site, while Bewiched is due to open up a coffee shop.RELATEDNew era for … [Read more...] about New tenants at Peterborough City Council’s Fletton Quays offices
0 Have your say The opening of the new Greggs and Bewiched outlets at Fletton Quays has been delayed. Bakery chain Greggs and city coffee shop Bewiched were due to move onto the landmark development last year, with Bewiched anticipating a November opening date.Greggs has been offered a year’s free rent by Peterborough City Council, with Bewiched being offered a two-year deal.A council spokesman said Greggs is due to be on site at Fletton Quays at the end of January, with trading beginning by the end of February/early March, but he added that no date has been confirmed from Bewiched.Asked why there had been a delay, the spokesman replied that it was due to finalising legal technicalities.Even with their new shops in Fletton Quays, Greggs and Bewiched outlets in Bridge Street are remaining open.RELATEDGreggs and Bewiched given rent-free deals to move onto Peterborough’s Fletton Quays development Peterborough residents urged to ‘avoid … [Read more...] about Delayed opening for Greggs and Bewiched at Peterborough’s Fletton Quays development
THE commercial property sector within Belfast has remained resilient over the past number of years, in spite of the many challenges the Northern Irish economy has thrown its way not least the ongoing confusion surrounding Brexit 2018 closed its doors on a successful 12 months, and from what we know already, 2019 is looking promising. There are a number of new developments presently in planning or construction, and these will shape the market over the next 12-18 months. Firstly, the Belfast Region City Deal partners recently welcomed an £850 million investment, which is hoped will create up to 20,000 jobs, alongside delivering a 10-year programme of inclusive economic growth. The investment will focus on innovation and digital infrastructure, as well as tourism and regeneration. Work now restarted on Ulster University's new £250m campus in Belfast city centre, situated in the artistic Cathedral Quarter, is scheduled to be ready for occupation by 2021. With phase one of the … [Read more...] about Upcoming city centre developments suggest a promising new year