AMBULANCE STATION

The ambulance service is the second most used emergency service after the police. In some instances, ambulance stations may be co-located to other emergency service facilities, especially where the ambulance service is operated by the same organisation. The ambulance service receives an average of 23,000 calls per day. The Service is worth over £800 million.

Examples of work undertaken by DJB lawyers

 

  • Disposal of emergency service sites conditional on planning, and with overage provisions.

  • Negotiating a lease surrender for the tenants of a large air ambulance station.

  • Advised on a leasehold acquisition, conditional on planning and other matters, of the site of a new emergency services training facility.

  • Acquisition of land formerly used as an ambulance station.

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Legal issues that may arise

 

  • Acquisition and disposal of premises.

  • Commercial lease issues including renewals, rent reviews, termination, break clauses and the negotiation and drafting of leases.

  • Planning permission and obligations including Section 106 agreements

  • Planning and development disputes.

  • Advising, negotiating and drafting construction contracts including FIDIC, NEC, IChemE, GC/ Works, JCT, ICE, RIBA and RICS.

  • Option agreements and conditional contracts

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