Stonehaven dentist submits relocation plans

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A dentist from Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, is hoping to get the go-ahead for plans to relocate, expand and modernise his practice.

Kenneth Jones, from Arduthie Dental Practice, has submitted plans to move to a vacant house on Kirkton Road. The premises, which would be converted into a modern dental surgery, would enable Mr Jones to expand his practice and provide patients with services in a stylish, purpose-built setting. The new location would offer additional space, allowing Mr Jones to add features and facilities that are not currently available at the existing practice. 

Mr Jones’ clinic has been up and running for over 15 years, and it has a significant client base, but the current premises are limited in terms of space. The aim is to relocate to the new, larger site, creating contemporary, purpose-built treatment rooms and state of the art facilities for staff and patients. The current clinic is in a state of disrepair, and the new site offers a chance to move to more suitable premises that meet safety and building standards.

If the plans are approved, the new practice will have 11 parking spaces, including one designated bay for disabled patients. The practice will open from 7.45 am until 5pm. The team consists of eight members of staff, with a maximum total of 20 people expected on the site at any given time.

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