A third win in a row for Prime at the HealthInvestor Awards 2022

10th June 2022

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A third win in a row for Prime at the HealthInvestor Awards 2022

Prime has been named ‘Developer of the Year’ at the HealthInvestor Awards 2022, winning the award for the third year in a row.

The HealthInvestor Awards promote excellence and recognise outstanding performance in the healthcare sector. The Developer of the Year award recognises an organisation living its values and working with integrity and commitment to deliver positive change for its clients.

The award was presented to Prime at a black tie ceremony at Grosvenor House in London. The judges recognised that “Prime has developed a wide range of health facilities committed to sustainability, linking with the NHS and accessing capital with sound financial structures.

“This includes providing a range of property developments across the health and care sector, including much needed keyworker accommodation. Prime has lived its ethos of “developing space for change in health and care” and gone beyond this with The Prime Foundation which has supported all age groups with health and wellbeing initiatives in local communities.”

Prime’s submission focused on its deals and pipeline during the last 12 months, valued in excess of £650m of high-quality health and care real estate, raising the profile of healthcare with property investors.

The deals span acute, primary and elderly care, including much needed keyworker accommodation at Yeovil District Hospital, an 8-acre surface level car park at University Hospital Coventry, almost 1,000 spaces across two hospital sites at Sandwell General Hospital and City Hospital, Birmingham and a £100m specialist hospital facility on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site in Birmingham.

Leighton Chumbley, Chief Executive, said: “I’m incredibly proud of our third win and want to say a big thank you to the Prime Team and our great clients for making this happen.

“When looking to the year ahead, we will take the lessons learnt in 2021 to drive the success of our future developments. For example, offering high quality, sustainable housing for key workers in Yeovil is a model we want to build upon to ensure workers have an affordable and comfortable place to live in times of rising costs, and the support of a caring community around them.

“There is a lot we can learn from looking back, as well as looking forward, to ensure we continue to support the NHS in delivering the most efficient and highest quality of care at a time when demand for space and services continues to rise.”

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