Still time to protect ambulance access to St Mary’s Hospital

Westminster Labour have long called for Westminster Council’s planners and the developers of the Paddington Cube to think again about the impact the Cube will have on the nearby hospital as a new access road could have an impact on the ability of ambulances to get quickly and safely into the hospital.

As highlighted in a recent article in the Evening Standard, Imperial Health Care Trust and the London Ambulance Service have written again to the Council asking them to use the ongoing discussions over the Cube’s Section 106 Agreement as an opportunity to change the plans. Labour Group leader Cllr Adam Hug has written to Westminster Council’s Director of Planning to reiterate Labour’s calls for the council to go back to the drawing board to protect ‘blue light’ access to St Mary’s Hospital.

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One Response to Still time to protect ambulance access to St Mary’s Hospital

  1. Why is it that “planning” seems to take precedence over everything else?

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