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High Street, Stratford, London. E15

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  • D1 License
  • 2 consultation rooms plus 1 dentistry room and 1 surgical room
  • CCTV
  • Parking Space in a secure garage
  • Medical Centre
  • Office Space
  • Good residential area, close to train station
  • Room to add a pharmacy
  • Permission is ideal for subcontract for NHS.
  • Additional information
  • Style Ground Floor
  • Garden No
  • Parking No
  • Conservatory No
  • Renovation Yes

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A distinctive modern building located on Stratford's High Street, this premises is currently being used a Medical Centre with a D1 license.

With a modern entrance the premises are arranged over two floors which consists of 2 consultations rooms plus 1 surgical room and 1 dentistry room.

The entrance brings you to the modern waiting room and reception area. Situated on the first floor is a small office, kitchen and bathroom for staff. There is also potential to add a pharmacy onto the ground floor.

-Permission is ideal for subcontract for NHS.
-Permission includes all surgical procedures under local anaesthesia.
-First floor provides bathroom and kitchen for staff.

Also benefits from a parking space in a parking garage.

The company provides highly trained assistants as a part of its healthcare packages, highly profitable operation, experiencing continual growth since its inception skilled and knowledgeable team capable of managing day-to-day business operations, operates from strategically located leasehold premises that facilitate the effective delivery of the Companys services, currently running 7 days a week trading hours.

License: There is also a plan to expand the service to include Dermatology, Urology and general surgery.


D1 class refers to non-residential institutions. This includes buildings being used for medical and health services, as a nursery, to display art, providing education, as a library, public hall or for public religious worship. It can get a bit more complicated with restricted D1 use. These can either restrict the building for that specific use (such as it being restricted only for medical use) or restricting against, so it cannot be used to display art, for example.

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