Christie & Co is the UK’s leading specialist pharmacy agent with a team of special business agents offering advice on a national, regional and local basis. In 2015 we sold over 70 pharmacies with a combined value in excess of £50 million.

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So what do we offer?

Purchasing a pharmacy?

Why not register on the website now for details of what we have for sale? It costs nothing and we'll email you new instructions when we take them, free of charge and automatically. 

Alternatively please don’t hesitate to contact one of the pharmacy team to talk through your requirements and to obtain an understanding of market dynamics in your area.

We can also advise on all aspects of the purchasing process and help you raise funding through our sister company Christie Finance

Selling a pharmacy in the next 5 years?

It is important to seek professional advice at an early stage. Our local specialist Business Agent will visit you at a convenient time and talk you through the sale process so that you can make an informed decision when the time is right. They will also liaise with your other advisers to ensure advice is tailored to your own personal circumstances.  

Initial marketing advice is provided free of charge, without obligation and on a strictly confidential basis. Our agents will meet with you at a convenient time either inside or outside business hours so complete discretion is assured.

For an honest view of the market and expert advice on how to achieve the best price for your business, get in touch with one of our pharmacy specialists or call our Head of Pharmacy, Tony Evans, for an initial discussion on the above number.  

Formal valuations and a range of other services

Our team of Chartered Surveyors across our 16 office network offers a range of valuation and property related services to the pharmacy sector. These include:

  • Accredited 'Red Book' valuations for loan security purposes
  • Valuations for partnership set up and incorporation
  • Dispute resolution/expert witness assignments
  • Rent reviews for landlord or tenant
  • Freehold 'bricks and mortar' valuations
  • Asset reviews for estate portfolios
  • Consultancy services to support relocation

Our team of valuers work with a wide range of clients from independent operators through to the largest corporate clients. With access to up-to-date transactional evidence, they understand the nuances of the market and factors affecting it.

For initial advice to discuss the services we provide please contact either Christopher Vowles or Tony Evans.


Movement in average prices year on year

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Market view – 2016 set to be another busy year

Pharmacy Market Update

Demand for pharmacies in 2015 was at an all time high with over 4,000 applicants looking for pharmacy opportunities across the UK. Fuelling this appetite were buyers of all types, from first-time buyers (as newly qualified and locum pharmacists sought to mitigate the effects of diminishing locum rates and inconsistency of income), to existing independent pharmacy owners and multiple operators, seeking to expand their businesses.

The demand we experienced has been for all pharmacy types from LPS pharmacies through to high dispensing volume health centre pharmacies. 

As a result where pharmacies are placed on to the market, significant interest is more often than not generated, leading to competitive bidding. As a result average pharmacy prices increased by 10.8% according to analysis of transactions we completed over the year.

Purchaser appetite is experienced across all price ranges and areas with 'hot spots' in London and other major conurbations across the UK. 

In December 2015 the Department of Health announced its intention to cut pharmacy funding by some £170 million to take effect from October 2016.

For 2015/16, the funding commitment to pharmacies in England is £2.8 billion under the community pharmacy contractual framework (essential and advanced services). In 2016/17 this funding will be no higher than £2.63 billion.

Whilst the full details are yet to be finalised the announcement has done little to dampen purchaser confidence. With a number of ‘live’ projects currently being marketed, interest already generated, indicates that market confidence will continue well into 2016.