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Property Management

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Cold chain - a matter of control

The Covid-19 vaccination programme has shone fresh light on the need for effective cold storage for medicines.

Considering a business sale?

Get ahead of the game when selling up with solicitor Samuel Milne's tips

Pandemic boosts interest in buying pharmacies

Pandemic profile buoys interest in pharmacy from first time buyers to experienced operators alike, say Christie & Co.

Looking for better lease terms?

Trainee solicitor Lauren Kelly and solicitor Jennifer Berritt look at how the Lease Code could help with a tricky lease renewal

RPS could lease out office space at London HQ

The Society has said it is "re-evaluating" the use of its London headquarters and is actively considering renting out office space.

NHS angle can affect how pharmacies change hands

When it comes to buying and selling a business, pharmacies can be a bit different. 

Why, when and how to sell a business

Whether you’re selling for retirement or to get much needed investment, the question for most business owners is: how?

Mythbusting MEES

Solicitor Aidan Welton reflects on some common misconceptions about the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) Regulations

Refitting for a competitive future

Many pharmacies needed a rapid makeover to become Covid-19 compliant. But there are many other reasons to have a shopfit...

Key thoughts on buying a pharmacy

When buying a pharmacy, the choice of a share or asset transaction will dictate the rest of the process. 

Buyers (and sellers) beware

The Landlord and Tenant Act has traps for those looking to buy or sell a pharmacy property

Market for pharmacies largely unaffected by pandemic

Hutchings' Scott Hayton says it's been business as usual for buyers and sellers of pharmacies during the pandemic.

The high street's white knight?

Jonathan Bower says local authorities’ economic development role could be harnessed to drive forward a growth agenda post Covid-19

Keeping on top of statutory compliance

Solicitor Aidan Welton looks at the legislation that must be complied with in relation to the use and occupation of a pharmacy property.

Repairs or improvements?

Expenses and capital expenditure are treated very differently by the taxman 

Full repairing and insuring leases explained

Solicitor Aidan Welton explains what 'full repairing and insuring' means when written in a pharmacy lease

'Doubling' rent cost leads to LloydsPharmacy branch closing

The head of LloydsPharmacy’s parent company criticises the doubling of rent on one of its branches.

Pancreatic cancer – the role of pharmacy

This short animation will highlight the crucial role of the pharmacy team in recognising symptoms of pancreatic cancer to aid early diagnosis and boost survival rates.

GPhC to consult on renewal fee rise

A spokesperson told Pharmacy Magazine that the GPhC's rationale for raising its fees, including proposals to charge pharmacists an additional £7 each year, would be made public "in the next month"

Flexibility the biggest draw for locum pharmacists

Flexibility is by far the most common reason for switching from full-time employment to locum pharmacy work, taking precedence over pay, a new survey suggests

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