Wootten Dean are experienced in negotiating lease terms for pharmacy units within primary care buildings on behalf of NHS organisations, developer clients and other property owners such as GP practices.
Whenever a new primary care centre is proposed, the prospect of the co-location of a pharmacy operator with GP practices is explored. There are two main benefits of this arrangement;
Bryan has represented the developer landlord's interest on numerous new primary care schemes. As a result of his experience in this area of work he has been able to negotiate significant capital premiums and lease rents as part of the overall lease arrangements between the parties. A number of these arrangements have involved a formal tender process where interested parties have been asked to indicate the level of rent and premium, based on proposed lease terms and scheme details provided by Wootten Dean on behalf of the developer. For more information on the levels of terms agreed by Wootten Dean please do not hesitate to contact Bryan to discuss further.
We work with landlords of many primary care centres as they manage their properties to ensure that their portfolio is delivering an optimum return on investment. There are two particular elements of this which involves pharmacies;