771 Cudgen Road (part), Kingscliff,

Tweed Valley Hospital - A staged development application for a concept proposal for A new Level 5 Hospital for the Tweed Valley, comprising: a main entry and retail area; Administration Services; Ambulatory Services Acute and Sub-Acute Inpatient Units; Paediatrics; ICU; Mental Health Services; Maternity; Renal Dialysis; Pathology; Pharmacy; Cancer Services; Emergency Department; Integrated Interventional Services; Interventional Cardiology Medical Imaging; Car parking and Future expansion areas. Stage 1 site preparation works are also proposed as part of the staged development application.

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  1. Peter kennedy commented

    Site location may or may not be best decision ....but it has to go somewhere n such a gift of generosity should be respected.
    Please consider impact on immediate surrounding area n traffic flow to n from Site.
    Existing access roads will need to raised above flood levels, widened to accommodate increased traffic flow , provide flyover access n egress from hospital site in both a north n sound direction in order to eliminate traffic 'stop' congestion.
    Provide landscape buffer zones to lessen impact on surrounding area.
    Hospital Service facilities need to be at least double the size n capacity of that existing at Tweed to cope with demand or you are just wasting your time.
    Visitor n staff car parking essential.
    It would be good if Architectural design could maximise views from site for guests n patients n layout may best be served by a Resort style with an indoor out door feeling.
    You have the chance to make it one of the best n most desirable health facilities in the state ..
    Don't blow it n don't stuff up the local surrounds n living environment.

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