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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

70 GREAT BRIDGEWATER STREET, MANCHESTER, M1 5ES, ENGLAND
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Work 0845 497 97 97
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Fax 0845 497 8888
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14344 MANCHESTER
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www.eversheds-sutherland.com

Jackie Heeds

Tel:
Work +44 161 831 8229
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Eversheds Sutherland

Work Department

Brexit and the legal implications for businesses

Jackie specialises in PFI/PPP work and her particular expertise covers projects in a wide range of market sectors including housing, education,street lighting, accommodation, health, defence and leisure.

Jackie's recent experience includes acting:

  • for Manchester City Council on its £192 Miles Platting social housing pfi project
  • on Coventry City Council's £63m street lighting PFI
  • for Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council on it's £21m street lighting PFI project
  • for the preferred bidder on the Leeds Independent Living Project
  • for Bangor University on its PPP accommodation project.

Jackie has contributed to Kelly's Draftsman together with the 4p's standardisation guidance for street lighting projects in the United Kingdom. Jackie is recognised as an expert in PFI/PPP law and has a solid reputation for excellent client service.

Brexit

The impact of Brexit will not be the same for all businesses. Our Brexit lawyers are working with a number of clients to help them with Brexit planning. We are helping them take steps to put themselves in the best possible position. For some clients, we have analysed the implications of Brexit on their business based on the different potential models of Brexit. We would be happy to discuss the potential implications of Brexit for your business too.

Contact Jackie for more information on how Brexit may affect your business.

View our Brexit hub for our full range of Brexit resources.


Publications 

 

Unlocking potential - Our approach to Public Private Partnership programmes

As a leading adviser in this field Eversheds has long been at the forefront of developments. This document sets out a summary of Eversheds’ capabilities and expertise.

Click here to view or download our PPP brochure

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

Visit our Brexit Legal Advice Hub for in-house lawyers

Position

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London: Public sector

Local government

Within: Local government

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP's public law expertise includes advising local authorities on areas such as procurement - Jackie Heeds  is noted for her infrastructure procurement expertise. Core team members Bridgette Wilcox, Paul Pugh and Huw Jones are based in Cardiff.

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North West: Projects, energy and natural resources

Project finance and PFI

Within: Leading individuals

Jackie Heeds - Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Within: Project finance and PFI

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP handles a range of infrastructure transactions procured through PFI, PPP, PF2 and joint ventures. Its expertise spans the health, energy, waste, accommodation, transport, housing and regeneration sectors and it is instructed by public and private sector clients, and lenders. The team works closely with colleagues across the UK and overseas to handle on domestic and cross-border work. Jackie Heeds, Kuljeet Gill , Chris Pickens and Phillip Tunney, who is UK head of the chemicals sector group, are key figures in Manchester.

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North West: Public sector

Local government

Within: Local government

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP stands out for its public sector expertise and the firm advises on projects, governance and structures, collaboration with the private sector and third sector, regeneration developments, major outsourcing, procurement, investigations and public sector pension matters. In Manchester, the team has handled significant transport and development projects. Jackie Heeds is 'brilliant' and has vast experience in infrastructure transactions procured through PFI/PPP/PF2 and Joint Ventures. Kuljeet Gill is also a key figure.

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