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Primary Health Properties PLC (“PHP”) is the leading investor in modern healthcare properties in the UK and Ireland.

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Primary Health Properties (PHP), an investor in primary health facilities, increased its net rental income by 7.1% to £71.3m in 2017, driven by acquisitions and organic rental growth. This led to an increase in EPRA earnings of 15.7% to £31.0m and EPRA earnings per share of 8.3% to 5.2p.

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The leading investor in modern healthcare properties, generating increased rental income and capital growth through investment in flexible integrated properties.

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Primary Health Properties PLC (“PHP”) is a UK Real Estate Investment Trust (“REIT”) and the leading investor in modern primary healthcare premises. The objective of the Group is to create ...

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Primary Health Properties (PHP) - DividendMax

Primary Health Properties (PHP) Following the purchase of a small portfolio of primary care premises, Primary Health Properties PLC ('PHP') was incorporated in 1995 and floated on the Alternative Investment Market in 1996.

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Primary Health Properties is a long-term investor in primary healthcare property in the UK and, more recently, Ireland. Assets are mainly long-let to GPs and the NHS or the HSE, organisations backed by the UK and Irish governments, respectively.