• Two Rivers Medical Centre, Ipswich

    Developed by Apollo Capital Projects

  • Hedmondwike Health Centre

    Developed by Apollo Capital Projects

  • Beacon Centre for Health, Swansea

    Developed by Apollo Capital Projects

  • Hub West Scotland projects

    Development and Project Management Services by Apollo Capital Projects

  • Willington Surgery, Derby

    Developed by LSP Developments for Assura

  • Market Weighton Group Practice, Market Weighton

    Developed by LSP Developments for Assura

  • Ardudwy Health Centre, Harlech

    Developed by Amcen Cyfyngedig for Assura

  • Fleet Health Campus, Gravesend

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • The Elms Medical Centre, Potters Bar

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • Grove Medical Centre, Felixstowe

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • The Gillinggate Medical Centre, Kendal

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • Rugby Health and Wellbeing Centre

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • Creffield Medical Centre, Colchester

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • Bower Mount Medical Practice, Maidstone

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • Northbourne Medical Centre Shoreham

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • Taw Hill Medical Centre, Swindon

    Owned and Managed by Primary Health Properties

  • St Stephens Gate Medical Practice, Norwich

    Owned and Managed by Primary Health Properties

  • Rumney Primary Care Centre, Rumney

    Owned and Managed by Primary Health Properties

  • Lyng Primary Care Centre, West Bromwich

    Owned and Managed by Primary Health Properties

  • St Catherines Health Centre, Birkenhead

    Owned and Managed by Primary Health Properties

  • Moorside Medical Centre, Bradford

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

  • St Georges Medical Centre, Weston Super Mare

    Developed by General Practice Investment for the Medicx Fund

Primary Care Premises Forum is an association of a number of organisations and individuals from the private sector with extensive specialist knowledge of the provision of primary care premises throughout the UK.  Its members include investors, developers, bankers, surveyors, lawyers and other professionals with a range of public sector guest members.  It has been established to promote best practice within its area of expertise.

Articles and Topical Issues

Inspections

“On valuations and inspections PCPF members will generally be following RICS guidance

https://www.rics.org/uk/news-insight/latest-news/coronavirus-and-rics-events/guidance-for-professionals/

Thus inspections on primary healthcare properties unless urgent may not be possible during the current “COVID-19 Lock Down” and therefore there will be a delay whilst we wait for further Government advice and a limited relaxation in current guidance. Where the inspection is deemed essential valuers and surveyors must have full regard to COVID-19 restrictions, hand washing and the 2 metre rule. They will not be able to inspect if they show any signs of the virus or if anyone at the premises show such signs. Therefore inspections should be undertaken whilst there are no patients and preferably when the surgery/health centre is closed or vacant. The final decision must rest with the valuer/surveyor concerned.

The NHS have issued advice in respect of DV services a copy can be found here

Surveyor and valuer members may be able to provide full valuations under the Red Book using the new relaxed guidance issued by the RICS. This allows a surveyor to base a valuation on a virtual inspection which could mean all of or a combination of a recent sales brochure, a building survey, video tour or previous inspection report on the property. If the valuer/surveyor does not feel they have sufficient information on the internal elements of the property they will delay or decline as appropriate until an inspection can be safely completed as advised above.”