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Changes in the law coming for Distance Selling / Internet Pharmacies

**Important Regulation Changes For Anyone Buying, Selling, Relocating or Opening an NHS Pharmacy in England**

We are pleased to have secured permission for the relocation of a pharmacy in Tonbridge to a new medical centre being developed by Assura. Rushport acted for both the developer and the pharmacy contractor in this project.

If you had a relocation or new contract approved, but ran out of time to open it then these new Regulations will provide more time for you to open.

Is it really fair for NHS England to issue a breach notice to a pharmacyc ontractor when a locum fails to turn up for work? I don't think so. Click here for the full article.

As we have a lot of updates in relation to the impact of the Coronavirus on pharmacy contractors, we have created a new section on the website instead of posting articles in the NEWS section. You can access the COVID page by clicking here.

We continue to offer free support to any pharmacy contractor who has a problem or question that relates to the Coronavirus pandemic.

January 2020 has been the businest month I have ever had. Normally I would produce several blog posts to cover what we have been up to, but there has just been too much going on, so here is a brief summary of what happened at Rushport while everyone else was getting back to work. Distance Selling application approved at appeal for our client by the same Committee that refuse ...

The decision by Primary Care Appeals (the body that determines appeals under delegated authority from the Secretary of State) to refuse an application submitted by Pharmacy2U ("P2U") for its new Leicester hub is significant not only for P2U but for the wider NHS pharmacy network. P2U's application was originally approved by NHS England, but that approval appears to have been la ...

Rushport secures permission for new NHS pharmacy in Warrington after appeal and oral hearing.

We have successfully argued on behalf of a client that a relocation application was not a valid application and should be dismissed. The application had already been approved by NHS England despite our highlighting the issue of the validity at an early stage in the process and it took an oral hearing to have the application finally ruled to be invlaid.