To the Central London Clinical Commissioning Group:
The proposed closure of the Soho Walk-In Centre is unacceptable. It is used by workers, visitors and residents from across London and it is an invaluable community resource.
Its closure would be devastating for Soho and the West End. We want to see the centre remain open.
The building must remain a centre which is used for medical purposes – not sold off for profit or converted into a hotel.
Please do what is right and save the centre.
Soho’s Walk-In Centre for Health and Care is threatened with closure
The Central London Clinical Commission Group – the NHS body responsible for delivering local health services in Westminster – are consulting about the future of the centre. They have said they are open to all options but there is widespread concern that their preferred option is closure.
The local community and Labour Councillor Pancho Lewis want to keep it open as an Urgent Treatment Centre – not sold off as a hotel.
Please sign the open letter above and click here to see the Soho Society’s excellent briefing about the potential closure and what must be done to save it.