Primary Health Properties' Covid-19 balancing act – Investors' Chronicle – Investors Chronicle

Primary Health Properties increases quarterly dividend for beginning of 2021 Covid-19 driving more video healthcare but management says NHS backlog and shift away from hospitals will support existing portfolio Many landlords have had a rough time getting paid in the past year but Primary Health Properties’ (PHP) medical centre ownership has seen it sail through

Healthcare provider PHP set to invest ‘thick end of €75m’ here in next 12 months – Independent.ie

The head of UK group Primary Health Properties (PHP) has said the company plans to invest “the thick end of €75m during the next 12 months” in Ireland. The company’s portfolio here is currently valued at £200m (€230m) and PHP plans to double that over the next three years. “We would be disappointed if we

Landlord Primary Health Properties eyes empty retail sites for new health centres – Evening Standard

T he landlord behind a empire of GP surgeries is mooting opening health centres on the high street by redeveloping some former retail sites. Harry Hyman is chief executive of Primary Health Properties, which owns a £2.6 billion property portfolio in the UK and Ireland. He told the Evening Standard the firm has had some

Healthcare provider PHP sees earnings jump 22pc to €84m – Independent.ie

UK group Primary Health Properties (PHP) has seen its earnings jump 22pc last year to £73.1 (€84m). he performance was driven by a full year’s contribution from the merger with MedicX completed in March 2019, acquisitions, and continued rental growth, according to annual results from the group. PHP owns 18 primary care centres in Ireland

Calls to ban Airbnbs as properties used to host lockdown raves and parties in Ireland – Irish Post

A CORK Senator has called for Airbnbs to be banned for the duration of Level 5 restrictions following a series of raves and parties being hosted at properties. Senator Tim Lombard, speaking in the Seanad, argued that the Government should introduce new legislation banning Airbnb landlords from renting our their properties during lockdown to put

Senator calls for Airbnb to blocked over ‘lockdown raves’ – Extra.ie

Airbnb should be temporarily blocked because its properties are being used to host COVID lockdown parties, the Seanad heard yesterday. The short-term letting agency has come under the spotlight recently after gardaí broke up house parties at properties rented out on the online platform. Cork Senator Tim Lombard has now called on the Government to

Government's Help To Buy scheme aided people 'who had large deposits and were able to buy anyway' – Irish Examiner

The Government’s Help To Buy scheme funded people who already had large deposits and would have been able to buy their homes anyway, TDs will be told tomorrow. In a submission to be delivered to the Oireachtas housing committee, officials from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) will say that funding these people when

Young investors using tax cut to muscle in on buy-to-let profits – Telegraph.co.uk

Logo: Stamp out the duty The stamp duty holiday has unlocked a “new generation” of first-time investors who have helped stem the tumbling supply of rental homes. The tax break has temporarily cleared a financial roadblock for small-scale landlords, enabling them to take a record market share at a time when plummeting availability has pushed rental growth

Michael Healy-Rae sets up company to help manage his 21 properties – Independent.ie

Kerry TD Michael Healy-Rae has set up a new company to control his property portfolio. MI Healy Rae Properties Limited was registered as a new firm with the Company Registration Office before Christmas for the “management of real estate on a fee or contract basis”. Last year it emerged Mr Healy-Rae’s portfolio now extends to

Social housing costs rise due to higher standards – DCC – RTE.ie

Dublin City Council officials say much of the reason for the higher cost of building social housing is because they are built to a higher standard. They were responding to reports that developers charge the city council around €100,000 more in construction costs than the average construction price found in a study by the Society