Avison Young executives join healthcare property consultancy

Rob Hearle

Former Avison Young principal Rob Hearle and director George Todrick have acquired Medical Premises Consultants (MPC) from Hearle’s father John Hearle, who will continue at the firm as a consultant. 

The services offered by MPC, established in 2016, will expand to cover primary care premises advice, asset management, development consultancy, investment, valuation and expert witness and arbitration work.

Rob Hearle has specialised in providing healthcare property advice for the past 18 years. He started his career as a trainee for his father and then worked at Aitchison Rafferty and Avison Young.

Todrick has operated within the healthcare sector during his time at GL Hearn, Savills and Avison Young.

George Todrick

Both executives’ clients include institutional funds, REITs, private investors, developers, housing associations, councils, and NHS trusts.

Rob Hearle, managing director of MPC, said: “Now more than ever we are seeking to work collaboratively and innovatively with clients and stakeholders in order to push the transformation of the primary care estate and with it, improve the delivery of sustainable healthcare services.”

Todrick, director of MPC, added: “As we embark on this exciting journey in what is a challenging financial and economical market, our specialist advice in the healthcare market is representative of our belief in resilience, innovation and the opportunities that we see within the sector.”

John Hearle commented: “Rob and George represent a fantastic opportunity for significant expansion in the business. Their expertise will further strengthen our services across the primary care estate working and developing relationships with clients on a national basis and their energy and vision of innovation in primary care premises advice will forge the future success of MPC.”

John Hearle

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