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real estate & property

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We act for a wide range of NHS clients including commissioners, ambulance trusts and foundation trusts, providing legal advice on a real estate issues. Our health law property team is an integral part of our health law practice and ofetn works in tandem with our commercial and finance teams to provide our clients with a holistic ‘start to finish’ service on project work.

Our full range of property legal services includes:

  • modern GP led third party development schemes
  • site redevelopment projects 
  • acquisitions and disposals
  • landlord and tenant litigation 
  • licences to occupy property
  • strategic advice on estates rationalisation 
  • landlord and tenant licences and leases
  • property and construction dispute resolution
  • property aspects of commercial transactions and joint ventures.

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Legal updates

GP premises - a funding review

The success of many STPs essentially depends on the delivery of more services outside of hospitals, in the community. Central to this success were GPs working in primary care or community hubs as part of multi-disciplinary teams, with other health and social care professionals (a point recognised by the NHS Next Steps on the Five Year Forward View report in March of this year).

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Legal updates

Sustainability and Transformation Plans and the NHS Estate

The problems that the NHS is facing are very well reported: we have a growing population and our citizens are living longer, often with complex health needs, at a time when resources to support them are increasingly limited.

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Legal updates

The Naylor Report

The recent report by Sir Robert Naylor, NHS Property and Estates: Why the Estate matters for Patients, was published on 31 March 2017.

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Legal updates

EPC Regulations 2015 – responsibility starts now!

If you are a landlord of commercial property, whether within the healthcare sector or otherwise, it is important to be aware of the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/962), known as the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (‘MEES’).

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