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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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Kuljeet Gill

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Work +44 161 831 8546
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Eversheds Sutherland

Work Department

Brexit and the legal implications for businesses

Kuljeet is a partner in our company commercial group and leads our team nationally in the formulation and delivery of partnership and joint venture arrangements for real estate projects.  She is recognised as a leader in her field in developing innovative financing and structural solutions for long term property based partnerships.

She advises on public/public partnerships and public/private partnerships acting for both the public and private sector.   She leads a multi disciplinary team, engaging specialists in our real estate, State aid, local government, procurement, banking and tax teams to structure the optimum delivery solution for her clients.

She advises across the public sector, including local authorities and the Homes and Communities Agency.    She also advises investors/funders and developers on their involvement in partnerships with the public sector.  She has considerable experience of guiding clients (whether on the public sector or private sector side) through formal procurement processes, including EU public procurement processes.

She regularly contributes to industry publications and speaks at industry conferences/forums.

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 Kuljeet for more information on how Brexit may affect your business.

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

Other


Kuljeet has recently contributed to new projects law videos on how our projects legal team can help you.
View the videos below

Projects, How we can help you

Projects, Why choose Eversheds?

Projects, Our experience

 

 

Visit our Brexit Legal Advice Hub for in-house lawyers

Position

Partner


North West: Projects, energy and natural resources

Project finance and PFI

Within: Project finance and PFI

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP is active across infrastructure projects in the energy, transport and social infrastructure sectors and often utilises its national and international network of offices to advise on domestic and cross-border mandates. Jackie Heeds is a partner in the firm’s international infrastructure group and is experienced on infrastructure transactions procured through PFI, PPP and joint ventures and led advice for the UK Infrastructure and Projects Authority regarding a review and updates to the draft guidance for contracts under PF2, the successor to PFI. Heeds is also instructed by Transport for Greater Manchester on its project to restructure the operation and maintenance contractual structure for the Metrolink light rail system and procure a new operator-maintainer, and is acting for London and Continental Railway on the Mayfield Regeneration Project, a £550m development in the Mayfield Quarter of Manchester. Chris Pickens is part of the firm’s construction and engineering group and advises on major infrastructure projects and Kuljeet Gill handles a range of regeneration and development projects.

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