Plans for a new health and wellbeing centre in the west end of Plymouth have taken a step forward, with planning permission granted for the building.
Plymouth City Council has this week approved an application to build the West End Health and Wellbeing Centre on a site at Colin Campbell Court.
Plymouth City Council and the NHS locally and nationally are working together on the project, which aims to bring a range of services together under one roof.
The new building would not only provide a much-needed modern health and community facility, but would help kick start the regeneration of the Stonehouse area.
Receiving planning permission marks a significant milestone but the project remains subject to business case approval and is dependent on confirmation of a funding source.
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