Sir Hugh Taylor, Guy's and St Thomas' chairman: Well it's a new facility, a new state-of-the-art facility which enables cancer patients to receive treatment and advice all under one roof.
June Casson, patient reference group chair: The patient reference group was involved literally from the very start, even to where the Cancer Centre was going to be located.
Dr Majid Kazmi, chief of cancer services: Guy's Cancer Centre at Queen Mary's, Sidcup will allow patients to get access to the best treatments possible in a really state-of-the-art facility, but much closer to where they live.
June: Everything that was involved in the setting up of the centre, we've been consulted on.
Prof George Mikhaeel, consultant clinical oncologist: So we have a radiotherapy floor where we have two state-of-the-art radiotherapy machines, exactly the same as the ones in Guy's Cancer Centre and a CT scanner which prepares patients for radiotherapy treatment. There's a chemotherapy unit with two suites and a total of 14 chairs for chemotherapy treatments.
Deirdre Dobson, deputy head of radiotherapy: It's a little bit smaller, a little bit closer to home, they're going to meet the same staff that maybe helped them through their chemo, so our clinical assistants are working around the whole building, so things will be a little bit more familiar to them.
George: We have a support unit, run by the Dimbleby Macmillan team to offer supportive treatment, counselling, information and various complementary therapies.
June: This is a lovely light and airy building, so, in a lovely surroundings as well and I'm sure that the patients will appreciate it.
Deirdre: It feels really nice, it genuinely feels really nice to be giving the best to patients, and that's what I feel like we can give them.