FAMILY doctors' surgeries in Huddersfield look set to get a share of a £4m handout for West Yorkshire.
The Government cash is part of a national £108m `pot' to help refurbish and develop surgeries.
The money can be used for improving surgeries and extending schemes to create more space to accommodate new trainee GPs and nurse practitioner surgeries.
It can also buy leases or land for development and bring forward schemes that would have been deferred until next year.
A West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority spokeswoman said: "We welcome this additional money for investment into primary care premises.
"No decisions have been made as yet as to how the cash will be allocated.
"But the NHS in West Yorkshire will be working together to agree the allocation of this cash locally," she added.
Health minister John Hutton said: "The extra money means more GP premises can be improved more quickly.
"It will help create a better environment in which millions of NHS patients can be treated. It will also make a big contribution towards ensuring our family doctors and their staff enjoy better working conditions."