Can we help your GP collaborative?

As a long-term property partner to hundreds of medical centres, we have a unique understanding of the estates challenges facing primary care networks, GP federations and other GP collaboratives. Whether you need support developing your estates strategy or you’re looking at premises investment options and new builds, our in-house team can help. Read more below.



…for patients and staff: 95% of our tenants say they’d consider recommending us to others, and we’ve been pleased to support the Patients Association on national research into how patients themselves experience primary care buildings.

…for our track record: We’ve been working as a premises partner to the NHS and GPs for 15 years.

…for finance: A constituent of the FTSE 250, we hold a Fitch Investment Grade rating of A-. As an internally-managed Real Estate Investment Trust we can make quick decisions on investing significant capital.


why us …

…for social value: We only invest in healthcare infrastructure. We use our buildings to support local projects and social prescribing initiatives which our GP tenants tell us improve health for the communities they work in, and our charity partnership with Dementia UK is designed to support one of the fastest-growing patient groups using our buildings. We believe the places and spaces in which we receive care from the NHS have a fundamental part to play in delivering its goals.

…for environmental value: Whether it’s innovative build techniques to reduce the impact of construction on the environment, or design and technology to cut energy use and costs for our NHS and GP tenants, we believe the NHS’s buildings should lead the way on sustainability. All our new buildings are designed to achieve BREEAM ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ ratings.

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Adam Lowe
NHS Trust lead contact
Amanda Roddy
GP collaborative lead contact
George Coulson
GP lead contact

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