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Bryn Morgan

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Real estate and Practitioners


During his career Bryn has represented a diverse range of clients, ranging from listed corporations, NHS trusts, professional bodies and charities, livery companies and housing associations to smaller businesses, healthcare professionals and private individuals, in many different real estate transactions. Bryn therefore offers his clients a service which utilises these experiences to provide an efficient and pragmatic approach to their property needs.

Bryn is a partner who has advised on the real estate aspects of over 30 large scale projects including service reorganisations, mergers and acquisitions , transforming community services and other service spin outs and the 2013 NHS transition flowing from the national dissolution of primary care trusts.

Bryn also deals with all legal aspects of estate management for a number of NHS trusts , livery companies, housing associations and third sector bodies.

In addition, Bryn advises healthcare professionals in connection with their partnership arrangements both in terms of their business needs and to secure their property investments. This combined approach ensures the key aspects of entering into a partnership are dealt with comprehensively at the outset and can be managed effectively during the life of the partnership.

Bryn’s specialisms include acting for GPs in the development of new surgery premises via 3rd Party Developer (3PD) schemes. He also regularly advises GPs and other NHS bodies in connection with LIFT schemes.


Trained Vanderpump and Sykes; qualified 2005;  Sykes Anderson 2006-2008; Hempsons 2008 to date made Associate in 2013 and Partner in 2015


Primary Care Premises Forum


Raynes Park High School; Tiffin School for Boys (Sixth Form); University of East Anglia (2001 LLB); College of Law, Guildford (2003)

London: Corporate and commercial


Within: Partnership

Hempsons is 'clearly a market leader in the medical partnership field', a reputation that is embodied by its practice head, 'problem-solver' Ross Clark , who possesses 'superb knowledge of NHS systems'. In addition to an active medical M&A practice, he also has significant experience in the formation of primary care partnership models and the establishment and reorganisations of GP Provider Organisations (GPPOs). 'Good communicator' and 'clear-thinker' Ian Hempseed advised Encompass GP Partnerships to incorporate a company limited by shares for the purpose of representing the practices within its locality and enabling it to bid for specific contracts. Faisal Dhalla is noted for his expertise in partnership disputes, while Bryn Morgan specialises in real estate issues arising out of medical partnerships. Known for providing 'frank advice', Lynne Abbess retired in July 2017, but is often called upon as a consultant.

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