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An external research agency is conducting a survey on behalf of West Hampshire CCG, North Hampshire CCG and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in support of the acute services reconfiguration programme for north and mid Hampshire that is currently underway.


This engagement activity includes on-street surveys, which are taking place in the following locations between 26 June and 17 July: Andover, Bishop's Waltham, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, New Alresford, Romsey, Stockbridge and Winchester.  You may be asked to take part in this survey and we expect that the people carrying out the survey will be able to answer any questions that people may have about it.  However, queries can also be emailed to:  or you can use the agency's dedicated telephone helpline on 0191 269 9880.


An online version of the survey can be found at


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Eastleigh Local Development Plan 2011-2016  

The partners at Stokewood Surgery have commented on the above plan as part of the consultation process.  As a practice we have objected to any further development in our catchment area as we believe this will be to the detriment of the our existing and that of any newly registering patients.   We also objected to the West Horton development last year although we are now aware that this has been approved.  The partners consider that the surgery is already struggling for space on both sites, without taking in to account the national shortage of GPs which is causing recruitment issues in all areas of the Country. A copy of our full response can be see below. 

Response from Dr Shelly & Partners on the Draft Local Development Plan 2011-2036

CQC Report Nov 2014 

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