- Real Estate, Practitioners
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What Bryn can do for you
During his career Bryn has represented a diverse range of clients, ranging from listed corporations, NHS trusts, professional bodies and charities, livery companies and housing associations to smaller businesses, healthcare professionals and private individuals, in many different real estate transactions. Bryn therefore offers his clients a service which utilises these experiences to provide an efficient and pragmatic approach to their property needs.
Bryn has advised on the real estate aspects of over 30 large scale projects including service reorganisations, mergers and acquisitions , transforming community services and other service spin outs and the 2013 NHS transition flowing from the national dissolution of primary care trusts.
Bryn also deals with all legal aspects of estate management for a number of NHS trusts , livery companies, housing associations and third sector bodies.
In addition, Bryn advises healthcare professionals in connection with their partnership arrangements both in terms of their business needs and to secure their property investments. This combined approach ensures the key aspects of entering into a partnership are dealt with comprehensively at the outset and can be managed effectively during the life of the partnership.
Bryn’s specialisms include acting for GPs in the development of new surgery premises via 3rd Party Developer (3PD) schemes. He also regularly advises GPs and other NHS bodies in connection with LIFT schemes.
Main areas of expertise
- Commercial property acquisitions and disposals (including overage and clawback)
- Landlord and tenant
- Estate Management
- Secured lending
- Property development
The clients he works with
- NHS trusts professional bodies healthcare professionals (including GPs and dentists)
- Charities and other third sector organisations
- Livery companies
- Housing associations
- Property developers
- Businesses and private individuals
Welcome to our autumn/winter 2018 edition of Hempsons’ Charities and Social Enterprise Newsbrief.
f you have a private practice, you will know that the location, quality and cost of your premises are of fundamental importance to the ongoing success of the business.
If you are a tenant of your surgery premises under a lease, it is essential you understand and manage your repairing obligations. Depending on the size, age and condition of the premises, the costs of meeting these obligations can run into the tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands of pounds – and a regular programme of maintenance can help to avoid larger claims arising at a later date.
Recently published NHS England guidance on the new GMS contract (Click here to read guidance), outlines a new blanket ban on GPs advertising and hosting private GP services from within their surgery premises. The changes mark a sea change and are potentially a major threat to a number of existing practice business models.
If you occupy NHS Property Services premises without a lease, you may have received a letter from NHS England and NHS Improvement urging you to engage with the lease regularisation programme.
Welcome to the Spring/Summer issue of Hempsons’ Practitioners Newsbrief. Our latest publication features articles ranging from the Five Year Forward View - next steps for primary care, GP Practice Mergers, to Lease overheads in GP Practices and reducing service charge liabilities.
With advances in technology, more and more charities and social enterprises are reviewing their office space requirements and taking the opportunities this presents for reducing rent, rates and utility bills.
Bryn Morgan assesses NHS England's plan for other NHS bodies to take on the liabilities for GP practice leases.