AN exhibition of the proposed new Winchester doctors' surgery will be on display next month.

The display will show the proposals for the St Clement's surgery currently in Tanner Street.

It is due to be relocated as part of the Silver Hill scheme which is currently due to start later this year.

Planning permission for the surgery on the corner of Upper Brook Street and Friarsgate expired in July.

The surgery scheme will be on display at the Guildhall on November 20 1.30-4.30pm and November 21, 10am-12pm.

The purpose of this exhibition is an opportunity to view the emerging designs for the new surgery. The architects will be on hand to answer any questions.

The original scheme on the site of the Upper Brook Street car park received planning approval in 2012.

The replacement surgery is closely based on the previously agreed design but incorporates some changes to reflect the current needs of the practice.

Cllr Stephen Godfrey, the Leader of Winchester City Council, said: “I’m pleased to announce that councillors agreed at the Cabinet meeting on September 17 to proceed with the new surgery.

Local architects Architecture PLB have been working on the design of the purpose built primary care facility plus pharmacy with the doctors and the local NHS.”