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NHS Property Services sues GP practices for £1.3m in premises fees

NHS Property Services has sued five GP practices, supported by

GPs storing clinical waste ‘in toilets’ as collections suffer pandemic pressure

Exclusive GPs continue to store clinical waste ‘in practice toilets’

BMA urges Government to invest ‘at least’ £1bn in GP premises

The BMA has urged the Government to invest ‘at least’


GP tenants to benefit from major improvements drive, promises NHSPS

NHS Property Services (NHSPS) has said that a new raft

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NHSPS hikes GP practice service charges to meet ‘Covid-related’ costs

NHS Property Services (NHSPS) is to increase service charges for

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Pharmacy chain cannot ‘unilaterally’ reduce rent to GP landlords, BMA warns

The BMA’s GP Committee has written to Well Pharmacy expressing

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‘Little benefit’ to overhauling NHS Property Services, finds DHSC review

There would be little overall benefit in fundamentally changing the

NHSPS ‘concedes’ national charging policy cannot vary GP practice contracts

Practices operated by NHS Property Services have been given a

GPs could deliver historic flu campaign from marquees and car parks

The BMA is in discussions with NHS England about GPs

NHSE advises GPs to review Covid-19 outbreak plans including closures and ‘high’ staff absence

GP practices should review their Covid-19 business continuity plans, taking

Property charge hike leaves GP practices ‘under threat of closure’

A hike in service charges has left GP practices located in Government-owned buildings ‘under threat of closure’.

GPs lacking ‘hot hub’ access advised to set up Covid-19 zones in their practices

GP practices that do not have a ‘hot hub’ within their PCN should set up ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ zones within the practice, NHS England has said.

Over £2m in CCG funds still available to practices before April

A total of 17 CCGs have more than £2m remaining funds available between them for practices to potentially access by the end of the financial year, a Pulse Intelligence investigation has found