Health real estate and capital projects

Health estate is rarely simple. We can help you rationalise, organise and de-risk your assets, and then work with your team to maximise the value you get from them.

Our 100-strong national team advises on everything from planning and construction to tax and project funding. The team works closely with specialists in contracts, disputes and HR – meaning you get holistic support on your projects. We are recognised leaders and are routinely asked to comment in press and trade journals.

Our clients

From day-to-day support to the sector’s highest profile projects, our team have seen it all, and are here for you. Recent highlights include:

  • Due diligence, reporting and transfer of £3bn PCT estate as part of the 2013 NHS reorganisation
  • Coordinating a leading foundation trust’s diversification and income generation project including hotel, education and private treatment facilities
  • A cost-saving PPP energy centre project for a large mental health trust
  • Third party developer’s sale of £millions of primary care centres to a leading healthcare investment and property development company
  • Advising a London mental health trust on a major regeneration including two new hospitals and the sale of surplus land for new homes

What our clients and others say about us

“They were proactive. Whenever there was an issue or a deadline, they would meet it.” Client (in Chambers 2014)

Legal resources you may find useful

  • Health and care online brochure - browse through our legal expertise in the sector.
  • Health and care law blog - Health and Care Update; offers concise analysis and comment on legal, policy and commercial issues for the NHS and independent sector.
  • Best interests and guidance page - visit this page to get some guidance on finding the right solution to the problem of what is in the patient’s best interests.
  • Our Terrier helps you monitor and manage your estate through a simple online platform. It includes tools and resources which empower you to do more without relying on paid legal support.