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New fertility clinic planned for Poundbury

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Published at 10:42am 16th April 2019.

A Poundbury vacant shop unit could be converted to consulting rooms for a fertility clinic.

The unit, at 5 Hamslade Green, in the most recent quadrant of the Duchy development, would change little in appearance, according to a planning application.

The applicants, Wessex Fertility, say they would fit new windows to make the unit more private if consent is given for a change of use from commercial to a fertility clinic.

Three jobs could be created once the clinic is open.

Comments on the application for a change of use are invited until May 5th via the Dorset Council website.

By Trevor Bevins, Local Democracy Reporter

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