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CAPITAL BUILDING, TYNDALL STREET, CARDIFF, CF10 4AZ, WALES
Tel:
Work 0333 2400 489
Fax:
Fax 0333 2400 487
DX:
33013 CARDIFF
Email:
Web:
www.capitallaw.co.uk

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Rhiannon Holtham

Tel:
Work 02920 474 090
Email:
Capital Law Limited

Work Department

Construction, Energy & Projects

Position

Rhiannon is a Senior Asscoaiate in our Construction, Energy & Orojects team. She is a  highly experienced lawyer who predominantly advises on procurement, commercial, state aid and public funding matters.

Rhiannon acts for a variety of organisations in the public and private sectors and has a proven track record of generating longstanding working relationships with clients. 

Rhiannon is the Specialist Legal Adviser to the Counsel General of the Welsh Government, on a part-time secondment basis.

Rhiannon’s procurement expertise ranges from large scale and complex projects to the provision of ad hoc procurement advice. She supports clients bidding for public contracts and those seeking to award such contracts, ensuring procurement processes are legally compliant, enhance interest and competition in the contract opportunity, and are delivered within the relevant timescales and budget. 

Rhiannon also advises on state aid and funding matters, with a particular expertise in advising on legislation and guidance relevant to the European Regional Development Fund.

Rhiannon thoroughly enjoys training clients and regularly delivers external training on a variety of topics, including procurement, collaborative working and agreements for joint working.

Rhiannon is a trustee of toogoodtowaste, a charity that aims to reduce waste and alleviate poverty, and is the vice-chair of the charity’s finance sub-committee.

Career

Trainee Solicitor at Coffin Mew Solicitors (2002 – 2004); Solicitor at Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council (2004 – 2005); Partner at Clarkslegal LLP (2005 – 2016); Senior Associate at Capital Law (2016 – present)

Member

The Law Society of England and Wales; Trustee  and vice chair of the finance sub-committee of toogoodtowaste.

Education

Plymouth University, Bachelor of Law: LL.B. (1996 – 1999); Cardiff University, Legal Practice Course (2000 – 2001)


Wales

Public sector

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 Rhiannon Holtham  - Capital Law Limited

Within: Public sector

Jointly headed by Jon Ely and Nicola Mead-Batten, Capital Law Limited 's four-partner team has an 'excellent appreciation of the Welsh public sector', and continues to pick up an increased flow of work in the area by dint of its appointment on to the National Procurement Services Solicitors framework. The team is also active in public sector-related work outside of Wales and this was recently underscored by the firm's appointment to the Crown Commercial Services panel, enabling it to handle work throughout the UK. Mead-Batten has 'broad experience across a wide range of public sector and regulatory matters' and is particularly noted for her administrative and judicial review expertise. Senior associate Rhiannon Holtham has a strong reputation for handling procurement and state aid matters. The arrival in September 2018 of senior associate Trish D’Souza  from Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP  strengthens the firm's offering in the education space, in particular. Jeremy Williams departed in March 2018 to set up his own legal consultancy practice.

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