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HOSPITAL PLANNING PERMISSION SOUGHT

PLANNING permission for Stranraer's new £10.3 million hospital on the Dalrymple site is to be sought.

An application is to be made by NHS Dumfries and Galloway to the regional council for consent. And tenders for the work are to go out early in the New Year. Aim is to start building in the spring with the work completed by Autumn 2005.

Detailed layout of the new hospital is well advanced and all staff groups and interested parties are involved in the process. Next month the public will have a chance to see the plans for themselves.

Alison Burns, Wigtownshire LHCC General Manager, said:

"We will be holding an information event during October to give members of the public the opportunity to find out more about the facilities at the new hospital and meet some of the staff who are involved in the project".

Chairman of NHS Dumfries and Galloway, John Ross of Portpatrick, said:

"I am delighted that we have reached this important stage".

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