PropCo sues GPs in landmark legal battle

A government-owned NHS estates company is counter-suing five GP practices for £1.3m in a case that could indirectly affect more than 800 GPs.

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Go to the profile of Jagdishchandra L Chavda

We are in a dire situation. NHS Property hiked our rent and service charges for our surgery Premises, several fold, 4 years ago. and instead of entering in to any negotiations when we questioned the rise, they stopped collecting charges all together. We never got an invoice despite of frequent requests, After 4 years, we are now sent an invoice for payment of arrears totalling £386000 which we can not pay in our life time. We are not a big practice with just over 7000 patients with very limited resources and income which has been eroded significantly in recent years with loss of PMS money, gradual tapering of MPIG and reduction in QOF payments and now loss of seniority payments. If they pursue their demand, we would be bankrupted.