Leases to GP partnerships: symptoms of change, and immunisation for landlords
With the demise of the primary care trusts and the emergence of GP consortia the following may become more common:
- GP premises which comprise more than just the primary care premises which are the subject of rent reimbursement. Consequently the covenant strength of the tenant becomes more important to the landlord.
- Leases to larger practices, bringing administrative difficulties in terms of dealing with the lease and frequent changes in the partnership. If these difficulties are not managed properly they may weaken the covenant strength of the tenant…
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