An East Midlands-based psychotherapy service has created 30 jobs after expanding into Matlock and Bramcote.
Trent PTS has moved into two new sites following off-market lettings by Innes England.
Established in 2003, the company is commissioned by the NHS to provide free treatment for a range of mental health conditions.
Ben Krysiak, business director at Trent PTS, said: “We have taken on two further buildings and continue to expand our workforce to meet the demands of our service users across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
“With the addition of these clinics, we now have 22 sites across both counties with a 23rd already in the pipeline.
“The two new sites in Bramcote and Matlock have led to the recent creation of 30 new jobs across our clinical and support teams and the capacity to support another potential 2500 patients with per year, both locally and across our wider service area through remote working.”
Chris Wright, associate director at Innes England, added: “Trent PTS had very specific requirements. Thanks to our market knowledge, I was able to identify suitable properties for providing psychotherapy services in the target locations and complete the deals off-market.
“By working with both Trent PTS and the landlords, we were able to negotiate deals which suited all parties.
“As Trent PTS did not require the entirety of the Matlock property, we agreed to split the building, leaving a self-contained ground floor shop which is now available to rent.
“The lettings will also reduce the landlord’s vacant properties and provide an income.”
Trent PTS has head offices in Derby, Nottingham and Chesterfield.