Apollo are pleased to confirm that legal and financial close has been reached on the Baxter Residential Dialysis Training Centre in Swinton, Salford. This agreement will see Apollo developing a bespoke 5 bedroom residential training centre for Baxter Ltd who are a worldwide business. The new centre is key to delivering specialist training to kidney failure patients in the North West of England. The intention of the training centre is to assist patients in home dialysis thus reducing the need for hospital out patient appointments.
Development lead for the project, Stuart Clarke commented, “Reaching legal close on this project is a fantastic achievement for everyone that has been involved. The project team are excited to get this opportunity to develop a new type of facility for our client Baxter Healthcare and this demonstrates our commitment to delivering first class health facilities to both public and private sector clients. It has taken us a little over a year to get to this stage and we are all now looking to forward to making a start on-site with the aim of handing over the completed facility in the New Year”.
Apollo’s Managing Director Rob James said “We were first approached by Baxter just over 12 months ago and in that time the Apollo team has developed a close working relationship and understanding of Baxter’s operational needs. Working with a private sector health provider has been very insightful for the Apollo team and we are very much look forward to growing that relationship in the future. The Swinton scheme demonstrates our ability to be flexible in an ever changing market place and adapting to the ever changing health and clinical needs of the UK”.
The development has been a collaboration between Apollo as development lead, Primary Health Properties as funder and Baxter as tenant. Primary Health Properties will retain the facility as a long term investment.
Apollo are pleased to have worked alongside DGA Architects Ltd, Expedite Project Services Ltd and McCann & Partners Ltd in designing this facility. The new building will be constructed by North Midlands Construction PLC with site activity due to start immediately and the new building handed over to Baxter Healthcare Ltd in the Spring of 2018.
For further information, please contact Stuart or Rob.