Town regeneration to include health provision

Dudley Council has confirmed it is working with health partners to look at new ways of incorporating health facilities into Dudley town centre’s exciting regeneration programme.

The local authority is embarking on the £1 billion pound regeneration programme, which is set to transform the town centre over the next decade.

Exciting plans for the town include the metro and new bus station, with work already underway, as well as a new leisure centre for the town centre and the £82m Portersfield development featuring retail, leisure and housing.

The leader has also pledged to work with the Clinical Commissioning Group to ensure access to health care is also maximised. Councillor Patrick Harley, leader of Dudley Council, said: 

“Dudley town centre is being revolutionised by an exciting programme of regeneration and we are working with a broad spectrum of partners to make our vision for Dudley a reality.

”As well as offering improved transport, retail, housing and leisure for Dudley, we are also working closely with partners in health to see how we can improve access to facilities.

“This includes us looking to provide a brand new health centre in the town centre, working in collaboration with the CCG.”

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