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The RCGP is to leave its historic head office overlooking Hyde Park in favour of new purpose-built premises elsewhere in London.

The new building will house a specially designed assessment centre to deliver the revamped MRCGP exam.

Changes to GP registration and certification have led to a major expansion in the RCGP's role.

Dr Mayur Lakhani, chair of the college, said: ‘The reality is that our current premises is no longer suitable'

The offices at 14 Princes Gate were built in 1849 and have previously housed the American banker J.P. Morgan, and US ambassador Joseph Kennedy.

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