23 March 2016, London

Four week consultation launched for East Dulwich Hospital site

A pre-planning consultation on initial ideas for the Dulwich Community Hospital site in East Dulwich has been launched with an event at the United Reformed Church on East Dulwich Grove.

The proposals and a survey are available online and will also be on display, along with consultation forms, in the exhibition area of the hospital building until 19 April 2016. 

Improving public services

Major developments on the site are planned to expand and improve the public services available to the local community.  This includes a new healthcare centre and a new community secondary school.  

The plans are being developed in partnership by Community Health Partnerships, NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group, The Charter Schools Educational Trust and Southwark Council. 

Committed to supporting the integration of local community services

Eugene Prinsloo, Development Director at CHP said “CHP is committed to supporting the development of integrated services for the local community. We look forward to working with our partners and the local community to see these plans become a reality”. 

Dr Roger Durston, clinical associate for the Dulwich programme said: “There has been a lot of interest in this project and we want people to give us their views on these initial ideas.” 

Mr Alex Crossman, headteacher of The Charter School East Dulwich, said: “We’re grateful to our local community for their continued engagement with the development of our exciting new school.”  

Find out more

Further information about the health centre is available on the NHS Southwark CCG website.  To find out more about the school, please visit the Charter School website.

CHP is committed to supporting the development of integrated services for the local community. We look forward to working with our partners and the local community to see these plans become a reality.

Eugene Prinsloo, Development Director, Community Health Partnerships