Advanced Oncotherapy, the developer of next-generation proton therapy systems for cancer treatment, says planning permission for its Harley Street site was granted at Westminster City Council meeting yesterday. Executive chairman and chief executive Dr. Michael Sinclair said: "The Harley Street Proton facility will make an important contribution to the advancement of next generation radiotherapy in the UK, and add even further lustre to the international reputation of the Howard de Walden Estate and the Harley Street Medical Area. "Now that we are in a position to continue with the development, our partner, Howard de Walden Estates, plans to start work on the site as soon as possible. During the construction period every effort will be made to ensure minimal inconvenience to local residents."
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