Monday, November 19, 2012

News: Rotherham health centre acquired in £14m deal


The Rotherham NHS Walk In Centre in Rotherham town centre has been acquired for approximately £14.1m.

The acquisition has been completed by a wholly owned subsidiary of Primary Health Properties, an AIM-listed company that specialises in the ownership of freehold or long leasehold interests in modern purpose-built healthcare facilities.

The 4,636 sq m property is wholly let to Rotherham Primary Care Trust with 16 years remaining on the lease.

The centre on Greasborough Road was developed by St Paul's Developments and built by Morgan Sindall. It opened in 2009 and provides GP and walk-in services and also provides modern and accessible facilities for most of the primary care services that were based at Doncaster Gate Hospital.

The building, on the former Bestobell Valves site next to Bailey House, was designed by JM Architects to follow the same curve shape as the adjacent Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation and a slanted wall has been shaped to look like the bow of a ship.

The former Doncaster Gate Hospital was converted in council offices but was put up for sale earlier this year. The site is currently under offer.

Rotherham Primary Care Trust website

Images: St Paul's Developments


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