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9 January 2018 0 Comments Posted in Health & Social Care, Opinion

Dental practice premises: why security of tenure matters

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Dental practice premises

Many dental practices occupy their premises under occupational leases. This can bring many benefits, such as a requirement for less capital outlay than freehold ownership, and the possibility to secure a space in a great location when there are no freehold opportunities available. Leases are also time-limited, but is that an advantage or a problem?

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24 November 2015 0 Comments Posted in Health & Social Care, Opinion

Crisis in social care – what can we learn from the Care Quality Commission’s annual report?

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Care Quality Commission’s annual report

Whether you’re a provider of healthcare services or a member of the public deciding which doctor, dentist or care home to use, knowing that the service provision is ‘CQC compliant’ is fundamental. For the public, CQC ratings can help to reinforce trust in their existing healthcare provider or can help them to decide which provider to move or turn to in the first place.

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1 May 2014 0 Comments Posted in News

Healthcare property expert joins Withy King

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A solicitor with expertise in high value healthcare property developments has joined the 26-strong commercial property law team at Withy King, now one of the largest in the South West. Commercial property solicitor Andrew Johnson joins Withy King’s Bath office …

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