ONE of Andover’s doctor’s surgeries could be put up for sale and redeveloped into housing, a NHS document has revealed.

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has listed five potential sites which could be sold off as NHS surplus land.

Andover Health Centre, in Charlton Road, features in the list and has been put in the pipeline for disposal by March 2025.

Within the data, released by NHS Digital, it states that the 0.4 hectare site could be redeveloped for mixed use including 12 houses.

But the trust has insisted that there are no fixed plans to sell off the centre and the date came following requests from the national body.

A trust spokesman said: “We are required to look at estate for those areas that could be subject to disposal and / or development and report this to national bodies.

“The Health Centre on the Andover War Memorial Hospital site is only a potential sale.

“There has been no commercial marketing or discussion of the sale.

“The services within the health centre would have to be rehoused elsewhere, and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is currently working with West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group to evaluate options for providing the services from much better estate.”

The Advertiser reported last month the CCG, which is responsible for designing health services in the area, has begun discussions on the future of Andover Health Centre.

The practice, which serves 14,000 patients, could move amid proposals to build a health and wellbeing hub in the town which are being worked on.