How will NHS services cope when more new homes are built in North Lynn? Lynn News letters
This money will be spent by the council to build over 80 houses in North Lynn, according to council leader Brian Long.
This article doesn’t say anything about the increase in NHS infrastructure required when these houses are built.
Right now there isn’t enough NHS provision in Lynn and even our Queen Elizabeth Hospital won’t cope with 80 more residents in Lynn.
Fairstead Estate is still waiting for its new surgery that was promised over 20 years ago when more and more houses were built on the estate.
Even council leader Brian Long knows that Lynn doesn’t have enough NHS Infrastructure.
Will the money for the increase in the NHS infrastructure be coming from this £1 million grant?
And where will additional the NHS staff be coming from?
According to the World Health Organization it estimates that there is a global shortage of 4.3 million physicians and nurses and other health professionals.
If you going to buy a house will you buy one where you can’t go to the closest surgery when you are sick?
Speaking about infrastructure does the council and the planning department know that you can’t get any buses from our bus station to anywhere after 9pm?
If a company wants to come to Lynn and bring more jobs, one of the first things it will look at is the local infrastructure for its employees.