New orthodontic practice could open in vacant Sleaford shopping units
The owners of an orthodontic chain based in Yorkshire have submitted plans to convert two vacant retail units into a brand new clinic in Sleaford.
If plans are approved by the council, Trinity House Orthodontics will open a new practice in units 11 and 12 at the Riverside Shopping Precinct. The units are currently empty, and the owners believe that giving the proposals the green light would increase footfall and bring more people to the shopping centre.
Trinity House Orthodontics already has clinics in Wakefield, Selby, Goole and Barnsley and it specialises in NHS treatment for children and adult orthodontics.
The statement accompanying the application suggests that the chain is eager to expand into Lincolnshire, with the vacant Sleaford units providing the perfect location. The plans also outline opportunities for local recruitment, with a number of roles of available.
The new practice would provide NHS orthodontic treatment for children and teens, as well as adult care, offering patients in Sleaford the chance to take advantage of services in the local area that would prevent disruption to working and school days.
It is anticipated that the team would see around 40 patients per day, with extended opening hours available to accommodate some evening and weekend appointments.Join this Discussion