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Hospital wins backing for new glazed entrance
12:00pm Saturday 8th September 2012 in News
OXFORD’S John Radcliffe Hospital has won planning permission to extend its main entrance to create a glazed reception area.
The extension, between the original hospital and the women’s centre, will also provide four shops and a cafe.
A new covered drop-off point for ambulances will be created, with parking spaces in the area reconfigured.
Oxford City Council ’s chief planning officer Murray Hancock described it as a “fairly straightforward” proposal and said there had been no objections.
Councillors questioned whether the removal of trees could cause surface water run-off in the area, but the Environment Agency raised no concerns. The east area planning committee approved the scheme on Thursday evening.
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