Rix & Kay have advised Trentside Medical Group, helping them to complete on a major new healthcare development project in Nottingham. The new state-of-the-art healthcare facility, located in Netherfield, will see patients and staff benefit from modern and spacious healthcare facilities, just metres away from their previous building.
Stewart Gregory, Commercial Property Partner and healthcare sector specialist at Rix & Kay, advised Trentside Medical Group on all commercial property aspects of the project.
The new healthcare centre will include additional consulting rooms and a pharmacy in a flexible, highly efficient building capable of expanding further to help meet long-term demand. The building also includes a number of welcoming features including an innovative children’s waiting area and a telehealth surgery pod to give patients the ability to manage their health when it suits them.
The new development was funded by primary care premises specialists Assura and delivered by Key Construction.
Stewart Gregory, commented, “This project has been a number of years in the making and is a major milestone for Trentside Medical Practice, their GPs and patients. I’m delighted to have been part of the project team that has delivered this state-of-the-art facility which will make a huge difference to the community of Netherfield.”
Caitriona Kennedy, GP at Trentside Medical Group, said: “We are delighted to be moving into this stunning new building which has been created by ourselves, Assura, NHS Nottingham & Nottinghamshire CCG and Rix & Kay Solicitors who supported us through the legal process. This new surgery shows commitment to the Netherfield community and will bring welcome footfall into the heart of the town and its small businesses.“
Andrew Cooper, Senior Development Manager at Assura, said: “We’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with the practice and tailoring this fantastic facility to their specific needs. We’re delighted with how the building has turned out and it’s a credit to all those that have been involved in the process.”