The London Clinic is set to sign a deal imminently to occupy an extension at 114-120 Harley Street in London.
The clinic plans to open a pathology lab and consulting rooms in the 35,000 sq ft extension being developed by the Howard de Walden Estate at a cost of more than £8m.
Andrew Barker, corporate services director at the London Clinic, said the clinic aims to open the extension by the end of 2009.
‘The plan marks another step forward in the development of the London Clinic’s range of services,’ said Barker.
Simon Baynham, Howard de Walden property director, said a deal is set to be signed imminently. Work has started on the development and would be completed by May 2008 if the London Clinic deal is signed, allowing the clinic to begin its fit-out.
Baynham added that, if the London Clinic does not occupy the space, the estate would continue to develop the scheme speculatively and complete construction and fit-out by September 2008.
Howard de Walden is also building a 55,000 sq ft cancer clinic for the London Clinic on Harley Street.
Work is expected to be completed in summer 2009.