Acting for a client in Pimlico, London, we have secured permission for them to relocate their pharmacy to new premises after a previous refusal of the same application by the NHS Litigation Authority. Click here to read more.

We are pleased to announce that, working for a client, we have secured a rare approval for a new pharmacy under Regulation 17 - "identified improvements or better access" in London. Click here to read more.

The lead story for the Chemist and Druggist on 17 March 2017 told us that “Just 1,000 pharmacies could survive cuts, APPG hears”. The question is whether headlines like this and the people who provide the quotes are really helping the cause of retail pharmacy or hindering it? 

The last few months of 2016 and the first of 2017 have been our busiest to date. We held off publishing news articles as our new website was in final design and it is now up and running. Do let us know if you find any bugs or broken links! We have several new contract wins that we are updating on on as well as exciting projects with GP practices, successful appeals and new projects with clients in Brazil, Switzerland, Italy and India. We will be adding the news content over the next few weeks so please keep coming back and checking up on us!

Rushport is pleased to announce that we have secured permission to open a new pharmacy at a medical centre in Cornwall following an oral hearing

Rushport secures new pharmacy contract for a medical centre in Colchester

We are pleased to announce that our run of new contract successes has continued and we have secured a new pharmacy contract for one of our clients in Cambridgeshire.

The application raised particular issues about rural locations and whether the local dispensing doctors would be allowed to retain their dispensing rights to patients living within 1 mile if our client's pharmacy was to open. In normal circumstances GP dispensing s protected if the population within 1 mile is less that 2,750 people, but in this case we argued that this rule should not apply and the Oral Hearing Panel accepted that our interpretation of the Regulations was correct.

Rushport has secured TWO new pharmacy contracts in Hertfordshire

On 1 July 2016 the High Court issued its judgment on the first judicial review of the rules that govern the relocations of pharmacies in England. The judgment of Mr Justice Langstaff keeps intact much of the procedure and thinking that has developed since the new rules came in a few years ago, but it also provides some helpful guidance and suggests changes to the way that appea ...

First Judicial Review of the New Pharmacy Regulations April 2016 saw the first guidance from the court in relation to the 2013 Pharmacy Regulations and it involved one of our applications. Whilst the case related to application made under Regulation 18 ("unforeseen benefits") it did not consider the test under Regulation 18 per se, but instead focussed on the unusual situatio ...