Next Generation Partners: Corporate And M&A

Rising Stars: Corporate And M&A

Rising Stars: Projects/project Finance

Firms To Watch: Infrastructure

The energy and natural resources experts at Baker Botts (UK) LLP specialise in advising on oil and gas infrastructure projects and issues. Practice head Mark Rowley is adviser to some of the leading players in the projects sector, dometically and internationally.
Kirkland & Ellis International LLP has recently made two major hires in the infrastructure space, recruiting Allen & Overy LLP practice co-head Sara Pickersgill and Clifford Chance LLP infrastructure finance partner James Boswell.

Infrastructure in London

Allen & Overy LLP

The global infrastructure group at Allen & Overy LLP is well known in the market for handling high-profile corporate and financing work for large multinational corporates and banks. Well-placed to advise on cross-border transactions by virtue of its international network, the firm regularly leverages international teams to handle the full life cycle of projects, from financing and construction through to refinancing and sale. With the departure of former co-head Sara Pickersgill to Kirkland & Ellis International LLPDavid Lee now heads the global infrastructure group and leads on transactional work for sponsors, funders and public sector clients. Richard Evans is another key practitioner who focuses on M&A deals in Europe, while Tim Conduit is a name for projects and infrastructure-related capital markets work. Sheila Connell retired.

Practice head(s):

David Lee

Other key lawyers:

Tim Conduit; Richard Evans; Ed Moser

Key clients

Global Infrastructure Partners

Cordiant Digital Infrastructure Limited

3i Infrastructure plc

JP Morgan Asset Management

Macquarie / GIG


Igneo Infrastructure Partners

Partners Group

Wren House Infrastructure


Work highlights

  • Advised JP Morgan and Santander as lenders under a bridge facility and bookrunners on a EUR518m project bond issued by a special purpose vehicle, controlled by the SIS Consortium S.c.p.a. (comprising Sacyr with a 49% stake and Fininc with a 51% stake) to finance the takeover of the concession for the operation of the A3 (Naples-Pompei-Salerno) toll road in Italy.
  • Advising 3i Infrastructure plc on its agreement to acquire Global Cloud Xchange (GCX), a leading global data communications service provider that owns one of the world’s largest private subsea fibre optic networks.
  • Advised JP Morgan Asset Management on the combined EUR329m refinancing of its Adven and Värmevärden Scandinavian district heating groups amid a broader restructuring of the enlarged company.


The infrastructure M&A and finance team at Ashurst offers clients ‘a profound knowledge of the infrastructure sector’ and ‘an excellent strategic understanding of the deal’. The team is jointly led by energy and infrastructure M&A specialist Michael Burns and corporate expert Jason Radford, who focuses on M&A, project finance and public-private partnership/PFI transactions. Mark Elsey is a key name for transport projects across the EMEA region, while Patrick Boyle, who is also active in Europe, focuses on infrastructure projects in the education, health, transport and accommodation sectors. Philip Vernon has recently been advising on national infrastructure programmes in relation to the government’s net zero policy and Anthony Johnson is a key name for renewable energy projects. Terence Van Poortvliet is another key practitioner, who focuses on transport projects, including rail, road and PPPs. Helen Jones joined from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in October 2021. Jane Fissenden retired.

Practice head(s):

Jason Radford; Michael Burns

Other key lawyers:

Patrick Boyle; Anthony Johnson; Helen Jones; Mark Elsey; Terry Van Poortvliet


‘The Ashurst team have demonstrated a profound knowledge of the infrastructure sector’.

‘They always propose business-oriented solutions, which overcome all difficulties during the negotiation of transaction-related documents’.

‘They have shown an excellent strategic understanding of the deal’.

‘The team has been available at all times and have always gone a step ahead of our expectations’.

‘They always make the right people available, with a vast breadth of experience’.

‘Responsive, professional, accommodating, informative and willing to go the extra mile’.

‘Michael Burns is incredibly commercial and solutions-oriented’.

‘The work product was of exceptional quality with keen attention to detail. Project management was also faultless’.

Key clients


Interrogo Holdings

Daiwa Capital

Blackstone Infrastructure Partners

Foresight Energy Infrastructure

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

Aberdeen Standard Investments


Brookfield Asset Management


Biffa plc


New Energy Technology


East West Rail

Department for Transport

Connect Plus





Pension Insurance Corporation


Octopus Renewables

Octopus Investments



Work highlights

  • Advising BEIS on its Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) programme and on the development of a CfD business model enabling infrastructure for low-carbon hydrogen production and distribution.
  • Advising Equitix in relation to KKR’s proposed £2bn takeover of John Laing and the resulting partnership between Equitix and KKR to jointly own John Laing’s existing asset portfolio following completion of the takeover.
  • Advised PPL Corporation on its £7.8bn sale of UK electricity distribution group Western Power Distribution (“WPD”) to National Grid.

Clifford Chance LLP

Clifford Chance LLP continues to act for a strong roster of large international investors, specialist infrastructure funds and corporations on high-profile and high-value infrastructure projects. As part of a large global network, it is well placed to handle cross-border transactions and is well versed in the full life cycle of projects, from fund formation to structuring and financing, through to disputes and litigation, and M&A. Michael Bates and Toby Parkinson jointly head the team, with Bates being a key name for infrastructure financing, and Parkinson recommended for highly regulated transactions. Other key practitioners include Clare Burgess, who is experienced in multi-source infrastructure financings and leads the firm’s global green finance initiative, and Michael Pearson, who is a name to note for PPP projects.

Practice head(s):

Michael Bates; Toby Parkinson

Other key lawyers:

Clare Burgess; Michael Pearson; Charlotte Madden; Alex Dimsdale-Gill; Jonathan Dillon


‘Large and skilled teams with high-quality partners and committed and promising associates’.

‘Highly skilled people always available to share views’.

‘Availability and commitment to deliver against tight timelines’.

‘Creative, with a good business sense’.

‘Successful track record of exposure to the infra financing market which can be capitalised on to tailor make new solutions for live transactions’.

Key clients

3i Infrastructure

Arcus Infrastructure


Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec

EQT Infrastructure


Partners Group


Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

TPG Capital

Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets

Interogo Holdings


AMP Capital

Work highlights

  • Advised Brookfield Infrastructure on its acquisition and financing of a 49% interest in Telia Towers, one of the largest tower operators in Finland and Norway and Telia Towers Sweden.
  • Advised Partners Group on the acquisition and financing of Parmaco, a leading Finnish education infrastructure platform
  • Advised Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board and KKR Infrastructure on the acquisition of an 80% interest in Caruna Oy


The CMS infrastructure group acts for sponsors, lenders, public sector organisations, contractors and service providers on the full life cycle of infrastructure and PPP projects. Whilst it continues to see growth in the renewables and digital sectors, the firm also has a strong track record in the traditional energy industry, where it acts for a strong roster of large international clients. Paul Smith jointly leads the team alongside James Snape, with Smith experienced in both traditional project finance mandates and innovative hybrid financings, and Snape handling domestic and international projects in the waste, bioenergy and renewables sectors. Jonathan Dames is another key name for financing in the energy sector, while Philip Duffield handles PFI and PPP projects, with a focus on clean energy and energy transition. Kate Duffield acts for lenders, sponsors and borrowers on transport energy and telecoms projects.

Practice head(s):

Paul Smith; James Snape

Other key lawyers:

Katie Duffield; Phillip Duffield; Robert Gray; Jonathan Dames


‘This is a really strong, solid team’.

‘They have good strength in depth. Paul Smith and Jon Dames are both very good partners but they also have a bunch of very able associates as well and that is not my experience at every firm’.

‘Jon Dames is very able’.

‘Paul Smith is an extremely good performer – agile and helpful’.

Key clients

Aviva Investors


John Laing

The Renewable Infrastructure Group

InfraRed Capital Partners











Mainstream Renewable Power




Babcock & Wilcox

National Grid

Laing O’Rourke

Johnson & Johnson

Assured Guaranty








Low Carbon



Pivot Power


Infrared Capital Partners


BP Chargemaster



Société Génerale

Crédit Agricole



Green Investment Group




iCON Infrastructure

Balfour Beatty

Public Health England

Transport for Greater Manchester

Manchester Airport Group

University of Sheffield

Sheffield City Council






Work highlights

  • Advised on three major interconnector projects in the UK and Europe (Neuconnect, Greenlink and Western Link), including project financing aspects valued at over £2.75bn.
  • Advised BP on the successful bid to develop the Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub, a joint venture with  Aberdeen City Council valued at around £215m.
  • Appointed by OPWP to advise on its procurement of Oman’s first waste-to-energy independent power project. The project will handle approximately 1.4m tonnes of solid waste (4,500 tonnes per day) and generate 120MW/e of electricity, making it one of the largest facilities of its type in the world. The deal value is in excess of £1bn.

DLA Piper

DLA Piper is  ‘able to cover every topic and area of interest, no matter how specialised’, according to one client. Utilising its large international network, the firm is able to handle a wide range of geographies with ease,  offering clients broad expertise in infrastructure funds, digital infrastructure, UK government and public law, and sustainability and environmental, social governance (SESG) matters. The UK team is jointly led by M&A and corporate practitioner Martin Nelson-Jones, and Howard Bassford, who specialises in regulatory matters in the energy, railway and marine sectors. Rubayet Choudhury, who was recently promoted to partner, is a name to note for high-profile energy and infrastructure projects. The team was recently strengthened by the addition of Sophie Stewart and Jonathan Powling from Brabners LLP and Addleshaw Goddard respectively. Andrew Batterton left for DWF in April 2021.

Practice head(s):

Martin Nelson-Jones; Howard Bassford

Other key lawyers:

Rubayet Choudhury; Sophie Stewart; Jonathan Powling


‘One of the few law firms who seem to be able to cover every topic and area of interest no matter how specialised with experts in their field’.

‘Responsive and very attentive teams across the firm with same level of quality’.

‘Rubayet Choudhury is available 24/7 to bring teams across the firm to deliver’.

‘The practice is highly professional, responsive and adaptive to client needs’.

‘The service they offer is of exceptional value and they put forward a diverse team’.

‘Their advice is balanced and commercial and focused on outcomes’.

‘Their facilities for clients are excellent’.

‘The team at DLA Piper are truly excellent’.

Key clients

Agility Trains

Amber Infrastructure Group


Birmingham City Council

Cube Infrastructure Fund

Dalmore Capital

Department for Transport

Digital 9 DC Limited

East West Rail Company Limited

Energy Infrastructure Partners AG (Formerly Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure partners)

Erith Contractors Limited

G.Network Communications

High Speed Two (HS2) Limited

Hive Energy

Iduna Infrastructure Ltd

InfraRed Capital Partners

Manchester Airport Group

National Highways

Northleaf Capital Partners

Steward Health Care International

UK Infrastructure Bank

UK Ministry of Defence

Velindre NHS Trust

Virgin Atlantic

Welsh Ministers

Work highlights

  • Advising National Highways in relation to the Lower Thames Crossing project, the most ambitious road scheme project in the UK since the M25. The team is advising on the construction documentation relating to the procurement of the GBP 6 billion, publicly funded tunnel and link road contracts. The tunnel beneath the River Thames will be the largest tunnel in the UK, with a cost of circa £2bn.
  • Advising Axione on the formation of Axione Fibre, a joint venture company dedicated to deploying and operating a full-fibre network targeting suburban and rural areas. The £300m investment raised along with third party equity partners is the first phase of a large-scale project aiming to reach 4 million premises throughout the UK to support local social and economic transformation.
  • Advising seven local authorities (comprising Hartlepool Borough Council, Darlington Borough Council, Middlesbrough Borough Council, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Newcastle City Council and Durham County Council) in relation to their joint procurement for the design, build, operation and financing of an energy from waste facility in the Tees Valley.

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP has a strong track record in energy and infrastructure projects and investments globally and is acting as lead counsel on some of the largest projects in the UK. The large, diverse and multidisciplinary team draws on a range of the firm’s practice groups including telecoms, regulatory, real estate, M&A, finance and antitrust, to provide a holistic service to its high-profile clientele. Gavin Williams heads the practice with considerable experience in cross-border M&A, and acts for corporates, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and GP-managed funds. Sarah Pollock is recommended for acquisitions and project development, with a focus on the power and renewables sectors, while David Wyles specialises in acting for investors and lenders on financings for infrastructure M&A transactions. Matthew Job is a name to note for project finance and focuses on power and infrastructure. In 2021, Aaron White relocated to the Brisbane office, while Patrick Mitchell retired.

Practice head(s):

Gavin Williams

Other key lawyers:

Sarah Pollock; Silke Goldberg; David Wyles; Matthew Job; Helen Beatty; Chris Davis


‘The team have superbly managed the organisational complexities and workload of the Development Consent Order examination process involving a cross-border energy infrastructure development’.

‘The team has demonstrated the highest levels of dedication and professionalism at all times’.

Key clients


Allianz Capital Partners

AMP Capital

Ancala Partners

Antin Infrastructure Partners


Asterion Industrial Partners

Australian Super

Banco Santander

Berkshire Hathaway

Bharti Airtel

Bharti Global Limited

Birmingham Highways Limited

BlackRock Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Funds



Brookfield Infrastructure

CBRE Investment Management



Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners


CPP Investments

Dalmore Capital

Deutsche Bank



DWS Infrastructure


EDF Invest


Federated Hermes

Ferrovial Airports

GIC Infrastructure


GLIL Infrastructure

Goldman Sachs

Gresham House

Hartree Partners

High Speed Two (HS2) Limited

iCON Infrastructure

IHS Towers

IFM Investors

IMCO Investments (Investment Management Corporation of Ontario)




Jiangsu Shagang

John Laing

J.P. Morgan IIF

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co

Lloyds Bank

London Luton Airport Operations Limited


Marubeni Corporation



National Grid

NNB (UK New Nuclear Build JV between EDF and CGN)


Northern Powergrid Metering Limited



Partners Group

Pearl Infrastructure

Proventus Capital Partners

PSP Investments


Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC)

Reliance Communications

Renewable Power Capital

Severn Trent



Stagecoach plc

State Grid China


Tata Communications

Telefonica UK and Telefonica S.A. / O2



Transmission Capital Partners

Transport for London



Work highlights

  • Advised National Grid on its acquisition of the UK’s biggest electricity distribution company, Western Power Distribution (“WPD”), from PPL Corporation.
  • Acted as a legal adviser to funds advised by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co in connection with its ‘take-private’ of John Laing, a FTSE 250 infrastructure investor, which was completed via a scheme of arrangement.
  • Advised Macquarie Capital on the acquisition by Brigid Investments Limited (a Macquarie Capital and John Laing 50:50 joint venture) and related financing of a seed portfolio of 240 build to rent retirement homes located in c80 sites across the UK from McCarthy Stone.

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Hogan Lovells International LLP offers clients ‘excellent sector knowledge and experience’ and is active in traditional sectors, including rail, water and social infrastructure, as well as in new and developing areas, such as digital infrastructure, energy transition, green and sustainable finance matters. With a strong international network, the firm is well placed to handle cross-border mandates and has a good track record on the African continent. Practice head Philip Robb handles infrastructure, energy and project financing work, as well as refinancings and acquisitions, while Andrew Gallagher’s broad experience includes transport, waste-to-energy, digital and social infrastructure projects. Philip Brown is a key name for M&A, alongside Florian Agnel, who also handles secondary markets and project development work. Adrian Walker is leader of the firm’s ESG practice and is a key name for infrastructure, energy, resources and projects matters.

Practice head(s):

Philip Robb

Other key lawyers:

Andrew Gallagher; Adrian Walker; Philip Brown; Jeremy Brittenden


‘Excellent sector knowledge and experience’.

‘Excellent banking execution skills’.

‘Andrew Gallagher has been consistently outstanding as lender’s counsel. He has managed to balance communication with the sponsors whilst maintaining trust with lenders’.

‘Andrew Gallagher is able to distill complex concepts into simple terms ultimately able to come to a compromised solution in a reasonably short period of time’.

‘The projects and infrastructure team are really knowledgeable and input well into their clients needs’.

‘They are considerate to knowledge held by the client and respect the feedback’.

‘Jeremy Brittenden understands the client relationship and is willing to have open and frank conversations’.

Key clients

The Met Office Supercomputing 2020+

Cross London Trains Limited

M&G Investment Management Limited

Isotropic Systems Ltd



A club of Dutch banks comprising Rabobank, ING, ABN AMRO and ASN Bank

Affinity Water

Macquarie Capital and Natixis

A major global engineering company

Vauban Infrastructure Partners

A club of commercial banks and institutional lenders comprising SMBC, SMTB, Santander, DZ Bank, Norinchukin Bank; Bank of China Limited; Legal and General and Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets.

A club of commercial banks and institutional lenders comprising SMBC, SMTB, Santander, Norinchukin Bank

Development Finance Corporation (DFC)

The Crown Estate

IFC Uzbekistan – Syrdaya

Work highlights

  • Acted for the Met Office as lead advisers on Supercomputing 2020+ (“SC2020+”), a £1.25bn ‘first-of-kind’ hybrid cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) project which secures the Met Office’s supercomputer capacity requirements until 2034.
  • Continuing to advise Cross London Trains Limited on the £2.5bn Thameslink rolling stock programme.
  • Advised the senior lender providing long term capex financing facilities to Harwich Haven Authority to facilitate port dredging and related port activity.

Latham & Watkins

The ‘market-leading’ infrastructure practice at Latham & Watkins acts for infrastructure developers, sponsor consortiums, funds, institutional investors, state-owned entities and lenders on a range of high-profile, high-value and multijurisdictional projects. Key areas of focus for the practice include the structuring and financing of deals, regulatory matters, and M&A transactions. The team is led by seasoned infrastructure practitioners Conrad Andersen and Brendan Moylan, with Andersen recommended for infrastructure and energy acquisitions and financings across the full range of asset classes, and Moylan recommended for private equity infrastructure work. Seonaid Todisco handles both core and hybrid infrastructure mandates, while Steve Curtis is recommended for structured debt financings. John Guccione deals with matters in the energy sector and counsel Rebecca Crowley is a name to note for cross-border acquisition financing.

Practice head(s):

Conrad Andersen; Brendan Moylan

Other key lawyers:

Seonaid Todisco; Aaron Bassett; Steve Curtis; John Guccione; Rebecca Crowley


‘Market-leading infrastructure practice’.

‘Conrad Andersen, Seonaid Todisco and Brendan Moylan all stand out as being amongst the best in their sector’.

Key clients

Global Infrastructure Partners

IFM Investors

3i Infrastructure


Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners

OMERS Infrastructure


Swiss Life Asset Management

First Sentier Investors





I Squared Capital

Work highlights

  • Advised First Sentier Investors on its £1.9bn refinancing of the enfinium operating portfolio comprising of four state-of-the-art, R1[1] accredited waste-to-energy facilities – Ferrybridge 1 and 2 in Yorkshire, Kemsley in Kent and Parc Adfer in North Wales.
  • Advised EIG on its $12.4bn acquisition of a 49% stake in Aramco Oil Pipelines Company, a joint venture formed with Saudi Arabian Oil Co. to hold a 25-year lease over Aramco’s stabilised crude oil pipeline network. The pipeline network, which includes all of Aramco’s existing and future stabilized crude pipelines in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, connects oilfields to downstream networks.
  • Advised DigitalBridge Group, Inc.’s affiliate, DigitalBridge Investment LLC on its entry into an agreement to acquire Telenet Group Holding’s mobile telecommunication tower business, comprising more than 3,300 sites, to create and invest in the first independent tower company in Belgium, in an all-cash transaction valuing the towers business at approximately $820m.

Linklaters LLP

Linklaters LLP offers clients ‘a strong balance between the commercial and legal approach’. It regularly advises on M&A and finance work in the infrastructure sector and has a deep bench of experienced partners, including some who specialise in structured finance and investment funds work. The team leans on the firm’s extensive international network to provide clients with a fully integrated approach to cross-border transactions. Key names to note include Ross Schloeffel, who acts for investment funds and their lenders on acquisitions and disposals in the energy and infrastructure sectors, and Ian Andrews, recommended for his focus on infrastructure financing work. Another significant corporate partner is David Martin, who is well versed in multijurisdictional transactions and focuses on the digital infrastructure sector. Former practice heads Jessamy Gallagher and Stuart Rowson are set to leave for Paul Hastings LLP.

Other key lawyers:

Ian Andrews; Ross Schloeffel; David Martin


‘Strong balance between the commercial and legal approach.’

‘Quick to turn work around when required, with the ability to work to a tight timeframe’.

‘Ross Schloeffel is extremely knowledgeable in offshore wind.’

‘Pragmatic and practical solutions to problems.’

‘Strong advice on the best route forward to achieve desired goals.’

‘Linklaters understood the specialities and features of our business such that we got a focused service and a tailor-made solution.’

‘Stuart Rowson is calm, incisive and pragmatic.’

Key clients


TDR Capital

CK Hutchison

Global Infrastructure Partners

Ontario Teachers Pension Plan






JP Morgan

Macquarie Group

Meridiam Infrastructure Partners

Universities Superannuation

IFM Investors


National Grid

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

British Government

Credit Agricole

DigitalBridge (formerly Digital Colony)



Work highlights

  • Advised  National Grid on the sale of its UK gas transmission and metering business to a consortium of long-term infrastructure investors for an enterprise value of approximately £9.6bn.
  • Advised Modulaire Group and TDR Capital on the $5bn sale of the company to Brookfield Business Partners.
  • Advised on the $4.73bn recommended cash offer for ordinary share capital of Signature Aviation plc, a FTSE-listed company.

White & Case LLP

White & Case LLP is well known in the market for handling high-profile and high-value M&A, financing and project development work in the infrastructure sector. The firm advises across the whole spectrum, from regulated and core utilities through to core plus assets such as pharmaceutical parks, medical facilities and inflight equipment. Caroline Sherrell heads the EMEA infrastructure practice and counts private equity houses, infrastructure funds and other financial sponsors among her clients. Katie Hicks handles infrastructure acquisition financings and refinancings and acts for several top-tier infrastructure sponsors, while Tim Sheddick is experienced in cross-border public and private M&A. Sandra Rafferty is a name to note for renewable energy and energy transition projects; Simon Caridia is a notable name for debt financing work; and Caroline Miller Smith handles transactional work, including structured mezzanine financings and refinancings.

Practice head(s):

Caroline Sherrell

Other key lawyers:

Katie Hicks; Tim Sheddick; Sandra Rafferty; George Kazakov; Simon Caridia; Caroline Miller Smith


‘Knowledgeable and incredibly responsive’.

‘First class and always got a solution’.

‘Outstanding – you get what you pay for – a first-class service’.

‘Katie Hicks is cool, calm and collected; a master at what she does and a real pleasure to work with’.

‘Katie Hicks is bright, driven and always there to support her clients when they need a solution’.

‘Sandra Rafferty – deep experience across power and infrastructure. Fights hard for her clients.’

‘Simon Caridia – gives thoughtful, practical advice to move transactions forward, focusing energy on the bigger issues’

Key clients

JP Morgan’s Infrastructure Investment Fund

Macquarie Asset Management

Investor consortium led by APG Asset Management N.V.


PPF Group

The funders for NorthC

The lenders to 3i

The lenders on the Evos refinancing

Basalt Infrastructure Partners

Funders to LBC

The Infrastructure Fund (TIF), Utilities of Australia (UTA) and the NatWest Group Pension Fund (NWGPF)

Funders to Cross London Trains

Funders to DWS

Funders to VTG

Arjun Infrastructure Partners and Blackstone Infrastructure Partners

Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic (“MTCR”) and State Fund for Transport Infrastructure



Antin Infrastructure Partners

Addleshaw Goddard

Addleshaw Goddard is particularly strong in the domestic market and acts for major government departments and key lenders, among others, on a range of infrastructure matters, including PPPs and PFIs. With strong support from its banking and finance, construction, real estate, litigation and corporate practitioners, the infrastructure, projects and energy team is well placed to handle a broad range of projects work under the leadership of Richard Goodfellow. Goodfellow, who splits his time between Leeds and London, is well regarded for renewables and utilities work, while Matthew Newing handles transactional matters in the social infrastructure sector. Michael O’Connor is based out of Manchester and London, and is a name to note for public, private and project finance transactions. Ian Le Pelly joined from an in-house role at DP World in late 2021 while Matthew Williams joined from Fieldfisher in early 2022.

Practice head(s):

Richard Goodfellow

Other key lawyers:

Matthew Newing; Michael O’Connor; Ian Le Pelly; Matthew Williams


‘The team are always quick to respond to queries and ready to discuss matters in detail’.

‘The team is large enough to support huge volumes of work and every member I have worked with has been competent in their communication and technical knowledge’.

‘Their knowledge and advice is always well balanced, clearly delivered and understandable’.

‘They have worked tirelessly to assist us to deliver some complex projects with a large number of stakeholders and parties’.

‘Their advice comes not just with a consideration of what is best for us as a client but also with due consideration for the other parties’ point of view’.

‘Matthew Newing is incredibly knowledgeable and provides excellent and prompt advice’.

Key clients

Department for Transport

West Midlands Combined Authority


Central Manchester NHS Trust

Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University NHS Foundation Trust

Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust


InfraRed Capital Partners


Bilfinger Berger Global Infrastructure

GB Partnerships Limited

Fulcrum Infrastructure Group

Imagile Group Limited

Kajima Partnerships Limited

Sir Robert McAlpine Capital Ventures Ltd

Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust


Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale

London Luton Airport Limited


Mizuho Bank

Southern Water Services Limited


Gloucester Healthcare Partnership Limited

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Aberdeen City Council

Zero Waste Scotland

United Utilities

Work highlights

  • Advising The West Midlands Combined Authority on the rebuilding and new builds of 7 new railway stations across the region.
  • Advising Kajima and Sir Robert McAlpine as developer in relation to the on-going (£600m) regeneration of the Springfield University Hospital site in South West London.
  • Continuing to advise London Luton Airport Limited on various projects linked to the redevelopment of Luton airport.

Baker McKenzie

Baker McKenzie offers clients ‘a strong team, with attention to detail and diligence on highly complex projects’. The practice has a focus on corporate and financing work and handles deals in the transport, telecoms, utilities, social infrastructure, renewables and data centre sectors. David Allen and Nick Rainsford head the team; both have a wealth of experience in M&A, with Allen standing out for his knowledge of the Japanese market, and Rainsford focusing on European deals. Mike Webster has more than 30 years’ experience in transactions in the energy, mining and infrastructure sectors worldwide.

Practice head(s):

Nick Rainsford; David Allen

Other key lawyers:

Mike Webster


‘Good collaboration and knowledge management’.

‘A strong team, with attention to detail and diligence on highly complex projects’.

‘Mike Webster has strong know-how of the sector, is meticulous and knows all the details’.

‘Extremely user friendly team who go out of their way to build a relationship and make the process as easy as possible’.

‘A tenacious “can do” approach to working through the complex issues that arose in what was a very unique set of circumstances’.

‘Able to build the right rapport with the other parties involved so as to create the most constructive environment to get things agreed’.

‘David Allen – great and tactical negotiator, manages his files in a very hands-on manner and provides great commercial and forward thinking advise on complex legal discussions.’

‘Exceptional on a technical level. They are always willing to share experience from other projects and other areas of the business’.

Key clients

Fiera Infrastructure




Itochu Corporation

Marguerite Fund

Anaklia Development Corporation

Inter Terminals Ltd

UK Export Finance

Standard Chartered Bank

Amut S.p.A.

Hutchison Ports

Hitachi Limited


Edwardian Hotels

C. Ro Ports


Basalt Infrastructure Partners


Kew Capital

DIF Infrastructure

Work highlights

  • Advised Vertiv, a global provider of digital infrastructure and continuity solutions on its $2bn acquisition of E&I Engineering Ireland Limited and its affiliate, Powerbar Gulf LLC, together a leading provider of electrical switchgear and power distribution systems.
  • Advised APG, the asset manager of Dutch pension funds, on its acquisition of and investment in a joint venture with a Dutch telecoms operator for the rollout and operation of a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network in the Netherlands.
  • Advising Anaklia Development Consortium (“ADC”) on its port project in Georgia.

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP is ‘incredibly client focussed and really takes the time to understand what’s important on the transaction’. Well known for advising on greenfield and brownfield infrastructure assets, the team handles M&A, and financing work for sponsors, investors and developers and has recently been breaking into the digital infrastructure sector, advising on a number of data centre projects. Mark Richards heads the energy, environment and infrastructure group and acts for both public and private sector clients on high-value and high-profile infrastructure projects. Jinal Shah, who joined from Orrick in June 2021, is a key name for cross-border M&A, private equity matters, joint ventures and strategic investments.

Practice head(s):

Mark Richards

Other key lawyers:

Barry Gross; Jinal Shah


‘The level of involvement in the transactions from experienced partners is exceptional’.

‘They are not just involved in the supervision of the transaction, but actively involved throughout’.

‘Incredibly client focussed and really takes the time to understand what’s important on the transaction’.

‘Mark Richards, as well as being a very experienced and capable infrastructure lawyer, is everything that you could want in a client relationship partner’.

‘Mark Richards is very attentive and nothing is too much trouble’.

‘I think the firm compares very well with similar firms due to the approachability of its staff, breadth of practice areas and technical strength’.

‘They tend to retain key associates for a long period of time and so there is a real opportunity to build relationships with a team which is always helps with work’.

‘Great availability and responsiveness from Mark Richards and the team’.

Key clients

National Grid



Equitix Infrastructure Investments Limited


Downing LLP

Guildmore Limited

AGR Renewables

Amber Infrastructure

Octopus Energy Hydrogen Limited

Work highlights

  • Advised Downing LLP on its investment in Broadway partners and £145m funding deal to bring full fibre broadband to rural communities in Scotland and Wales
  • Advising National Grid on a number of nationally significant infrastructure projects including the delivery of the second phase of a tunnelled 32km “electricity cable super-highway” in south London and the delivery of several new onshore and offshore cross country power lines in the South East of England
  • Advising AGR Renewables on a market-leading £86m project for the development, sale and construction of one of the world’s most advanced greenhouses.

Burges Salmon LLP

Burges Salmon LLP handles a range of high-profile and high-value energy, transport, and defence infrastructure projects, with a focus on the domestic market. It stands out from the crowd with its niche knowledge of the nuclear sector and counts the Atomic Energy of Canada and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories among its clientele. The team, which is mainly based in Bristol, is headed by Chris Jackson, who is a name for transport, procurement and health and safety matters. The Edinburgh-based Stuart McMillan is recommended for financing matters, while Lloyd James handles engineering projects in the renewable energy sector, and Brioney Thomas is a notable name for rail infrastructure matters.

Practice head(s):

Chris Jackson

Other key lawyers:

Ross Fairley; Ian Salter; Brioney Thomas; Stuart McMillan


‘Strong regional team with broad expertise. Practical and deal focused.’

‘Committed to getting the right result. Get to know our team and how we work.’

Key clients

Central Government – Ministry of Defence, Department for Transport, Department for Education, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Home Office, Department for Health & Social Care, BEIS, DEFRA


Greater London Authority

FirstGroup (TOC owner group) and its TOCs (First Capital Connect, First Greater Western, ScotRail, First/Keolis Transpennine and Hull Trains)


Transport for London (including London Underground and Rail for London)

Bristol City Council

National Highways

Costain Ltd

Transport for Wales and the Welsh Government

Eden Geothermal

Green Investment Group

Work highlights

  • Advising National Highways with the Development Consent Order (DCO) and subsequent construction activity for the A30 Chiverton to Carland Cross Scheme. This is a project to upgrade this stretch of highway from a single to a dual carriageway.
  • Advising the Nuclear Liabilities Fund in relation to a revision to the Nuclear Liabilities Funding Agreement between EDF Energy, the Nuclear Liabilities Fund and BEIS/NDA, providing potential cost savings to the taxpayer exceeding £1bn.
  • Advising the Ministry of Defence on the £multibillion procurement of regional facilities management contracts for the Defence Estate as part of its Future Defence Infrastructure Services (FDIS) programme.


The infrastructure team at Dentons is strong in the roads, defence, healthcare, education, transportation and renewable energy sectors. The practice advises on transactions, including M&A, as well as PFI and PPP projects. The group is jointly led by the Edinburgh-based Euan Wilson  and Stewart Maciver, and London’s Dominic Spacie . Wilson is a name for project finance and acts for large UK investment funds; Maciver handles both primary and secondary market transactions; while Spacie advises banks, institutional investors, development finance institutions, contractors and government entities on domestic and cross-border transactions.

Practice head(s):

Euan Wilson; Stewart Maciver; Dominic Spacie


‘All engagements are well managed by the respective partners and associates with each bringing, when needed, sound challenge and commercial judgement’.

‘The Dentons team are always understanding of our particular business deliverables and market, working in collaboration with company directors and our key management teams’.

‘The knowledge and awareness of our industry demonstrated by Dentons’ key individuals gives us the surety that their advice and opinion is robust’.

‘Very experienced and diligent’.

Work highlights

  • Advising over 51 PFI project companies on amendments necessary to their project finance loan documents and associated interest rate hedging swaps which have arisen from the FCA/Bank of England’s move away from permitting use of LIBOR as a reference rate for UK loans.
  • Appointed to advise the Ministry of Defence (MOD) on the c. £10bn, 11-Lot re-procurement of its maritime services contracts.
  • Acting as project counsel for the c. £4bn project development of the Acorn Carbon Capture & Storage project in Scotland.

Gowling WLG

The projects and infrastructure team at Gowling WLG acts for multinational corporate and government clients in domestic and international markets on PPPs and big-ticket infrastructure projects. Stephen Kenny co-heads the team and is recommended for PFI work, project refinancings, secondary market transactions and handback issues. Andrew Newbery, who jointly leads the team, also handles PFI matters and acts for a range of government clients. Birmingham-based Elizabeth Williams focuses on defence and security matters projects and has particular experience in procurement.

Practice head(s):

Stephen Kenny; Andrew Newbery

Other key lawyers:

Nathan Curtis; Elizabeth Williams


‘We’ve had long-term, stable support from our key partner for over twenty years, providing immense continuity and historic knowledge’.

‘We’ve had high quality support from other parts of Gowling as and when needed’.

Key clients

Ministry of Defence

National Highways

Nuclear Decommissioning Authority group (including Magnox, LLWR, RWM…)

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

UK Health Security Agency

HM Revenue & Customs

Department of Health and Social Care

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

InfraCo Africa


Greenage Power Limited

Harmony Energy Income Trust

Brockwell Energy


Pioneer Point Partners

HydrogenOne Capital Growth plc

Dore Hold Co Limited

Codford Biogas Limited

Longspur Capital

Gvo Capital

Work highlights

  • Advising National Highways on one of its flagship projects, the procurement of the A303 Amesbury to Berwick Down (Stonehenge) road/tunnel project.
  • Advised  leading UK energy storage company Eelpower on a £100m joint venture partnership with specialist solar power renewable energy listed fund NextEnergy Solar Fund.
  • Advising Greenage Power (and its affiliate, FI1 Limited) on matters relating to its investment and development rights in a significant international infrastructure project, the >£1.4 billion NeuConnect HVDC subsea transmission project between the UK and Germany.

Norton Rose Fulbright

The energy, infrastructure and natural resources team at Norton Rose Fulbright services a wide range of sectors and geographies, utilising the firm’s large international network. It is particularly strong in emerging markets and has a strong track record of projects work in Africa, where it acts for sponsors, developers, contractors, operators, financial institutions and institutional investors.  Martin McCann is a name to note for debt financing, greenfield projects and restructuring. Daniel Metcalfe is another key financing practitioner with experience in multi-source and multi-tranche facilities and, at the more junior end of the team, senior associate Melusi Dlamini is a name to note for PPPs and PFIs, social infrastructure and renewable energy projects. Nicolas Sirtoli was promoted to partner.

Other key lawyers:

Martin McCann; Daniel Metcalfe; Stephen Rigby; Daniel Metcalfe; Melusi Dlamini; Nicolas Sirtoli


‘A set of individuals that will  compromise with their client and work as part of the team’.

‘The team is always great, they listen to us and try to understand our business so that they can deliver the best advice. They’re also transparent on invoicing’

Key clients

Absa Bank Limited

AMG Pension Fund

Armstrong Energy Limited

Balfour Beatty


Commonwealth Bank of Australia

European Investment Bank

Greencoat UK Wind plc

Hellenic Republic Development Fund

Hermes Investment Management

John Laing Infrastructure

JP Morgan

Lloyds Banking Group

Octopus Investments

Orange SA

Sacturino Limited

Standard Bank

Standard Chartered Bank

The Renewable Infrastructure Group Limited

Baltic Connector Oy

Work highlights

  • Advised Sandvik AB on its €943m acquisition of DSI Underground, a multinational underground mining solutions company, from Triton Partners.
  • Advised International Finance Corporation and Standard Chartered Bank in connection with all aspects of the provision of $95m secured loan facilities to IHS Zambia Limited.
  • Advising Patina, the 40% shareholder in Eurostar, on the potential merger between Eurostar and Thalys, the European high speed rail operator.

Pinsent Masons LLP

Pinsent Masons LLP  guides clients through the full life cycle of infrastructure projects, including planning and procurement, supporting on bid tenders, project management, disputes, and M&A. It acts on some of the largest infrastructure projects in the UK and is supported by its wide global network for cross-border matters. Stephen Tobin and Jonathan Hart jointly lead the team, with Tobin a key name for the financing of energy and infrastructure assets, and Hart recommended for drafting and negotiating construction contracts and project documentation. Anne-Marie Friel handles transactional and construction work, while Sonal Shah is recommended for PPP transactions and concessions, among other areas. John Woolley is a name for non-contentious construction matters. Legal director Khalid Ramzan left for an-house role at Balfour Beatty VINCI Joint Venture.

Practice head(s):

Jonathan Hart; Stephen Tobin

Other key lawyers:

Sonal Shah; Anne-Marie Friel; John Woolley


‘Pinsent Masons have worked collaboratively with the rest of the consultancy team to support us and we have been very impressed with the professionalism of the team’.

‘Good understanding of the sector and the market – good commercial advice’

‘Anne-Marie Friel is excellent in dealing with complex projects, especially where there are joint ventures, as she is very collaborative and has an excellent understanding of the market positions’

Key clients

Galliford Try


St Gobain




National Highways


Turner and Townsend






Flogas Britain Limited

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)

Ministry of Justice

Durham County Council

The University of Essex

The University of Birmingham

The University of York

The London School of Economics & Political Science

Southern Water Services Limited

Sellafield Ltd

London Borough of Harrow

Arcus European Infrastructure 2

Balfour Beatty

Morgan Sindall

BAM Nuttall

M Group Services Limited

Port of Tilbury London Limited

Work highlights

  • Continuing to advise Flogas (part of DCC Group Plc, a FTSE 100 company) in relation to its project to convert the National Grid liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility at Avonmouth into a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage terminal with room to store 34,564 tonnes of LPG.
  • Advised a consortium comprising Arcus European Infrastructure (“Arcus”) and GLIL Infrastructure on the acquisition (and co-investment and financing) of the entire issued share capital of Smart Meter Assets 1 Ltd (“SMA”), an energy infrastructure provider in the UK, from Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.
  • Working as TII’s counsel to advise on the procurement of the Dublin Metrolink project, a large civil engineering project in the Republic of Ireland.

Simmons & Simmons

Simmons & Simmons has ‘a very experienced and solution-oriented team’ which advises on a range of transactional matters in the infrastructure sector, including fund formation, M&A, secondary trading and financing work. Iain Duncan heads the UK natural resources and infrastructure group and has considerable experience in power and mining projects, while Andrew Petry is a name to note for banking and finance work pertaining to PPPs in the renewables, waste and transport sectors, among others. Juliet Reingold is another name for PPPs and acts for a strong roster of UK Government, sponsor and investor clients. Marc Fèvre joined from Baker Mckenzie in May 2021.

Practice head(s):

Iain Duncan

Other key lawyers:

Andrew Petry; Juliet Reingold; Corinne Noel; Marc Fèvre


‘Simmons & Simmons has a complete team of skilled professionals, with high global coverage in various fields of practice’.

‘Andrew Petry is a very business friendly, involved and super professional partner’.

‘Corinne Noel is a lawyer with a huge capacity for work, mastering her fields of expertise, very loyal, very effective and dedicated to clients’.

‘The team was very experienced and solution oriented’.

‘Andrew Petry led the project with a very good grip and attention to detail’.

‘From the outset Simmons & Simmons staff were forward leaning into my project and supported it 110%’.

‘Juliet Reingold is absolutely first rate. Well versed in all aspects of public sector projects.’

Key clients

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

UK Government Investments (UKGI)

Avrasya Tüneli Işletme Inşaat ve Yatirim A.Ş. (“ATAS”)

Umm Al Houl Power Q.P.S.C (a project company owned by Mitsubishi Corporation and JERA Corporation)

Ministry of Defence

NextEnergy Solar Fund

Ministry of Defence

Mantoverde S.A.


Work highlights

  • Advised BEIS on the £15bn Nuclear Liabilities Fund (“NLF”) and decommissioning of eight nuclear power stations operated by EDF including exercise by BEIS of its option to acquire 7 of the stations to transfer ownership to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (“NDA”).
  • Simultaneous completion of (i) the $520m project financing of the expansion of the Mantoverde operational copper (sulphide) mine, involving the building of a new copper concentrate and associated facilities to process the ore, a tailings storage facility and an expansion of a desalination plant, and (ii) $275m of equity funding secured from the completion of a subscription by Mitsubishi Materials Corporation (“MMC”) for a 30% equity interest in Mantoverde, with MMC also acting as off-taker and provider of $60m subordinated Cost Overrun Facility in exchange for additional copper concentrate.
  • Representation of Avrasya Tüneli İşletme İnşaat ve Yatirim A.Ş. (“ATAS”), the project JV and borrower in relation to the $1.4bn financing of the Eurasia Project road tunnel under the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey, sponsored by SK Engineering and Construction Co. (now SK Ecoplant) and Yapi Merkezi İnşaat ve Sanayi A.Ş.

Slaughter and May

Slaughter and May offers clients ‘exceptional strength in depth’ and has broad expertise in the infrastructure sector, handling a large number of cross-border corporate M&A deals pertaining to the energy industry. It also handles infrastructure assets, digital infrastructure, and transport and logistics infrastructure mandates across the globe. Michael Corbett and Hywel Davies jointly lead the practice, with Corbett advising on corporate finance matters, as well as public and private M&A. Davies is another key corporate practitioner who is experienced in large portfolio transactions across Europe. Azadeh Nassiri is a notable name for project financing work, while Richard Todd handles projects work, including joint ventures, and construction, operation and maintenance matters.

Practice head(s):

Michael Corbett; Hywel Davies

Other key lawyers:

Azadeh Nassiri; Richard Todd; Robin Ogle


‘Strength in depth is exceptional throughout firm’.

‘Excellent advice’.

‘They have a very deep knowledge of all areas related to the infrastructure space (M&A, Finance, regulatory and FDI)’.

‘Working with the team is like flying first class’.

‘Outstanding service’.

‘Mike Corbett leads the team and is always available for important calls. He is extremely commercially-minded and gives very practical advice from a position of great experience’.

‘Very flexible with fees’.

‘The team always go above and beyond’.

Key clients

BlackRock (Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund III)



EDF Energy



Firstgroup plc

Global Infrastructure Partners



Mitsubishi Corporation


Selkie Investments

Suez SA

United Utilities



Work highlights

  • Advised EDF Energy on its arrangements with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the Nuclear Liabilities Fund relating to the decommissioning of eight nuclear power stations in the UK.
  • Advised Ørsted on its disposal to Norges Bank Investment Management of a 50% interest in the 752 MW Borssele 1 & 2 Offshore Wind Farm, the largest operational offshore wind farm in the Netherlands and the second largest operational offshore wind farm in the world.  
  • Advised BlackRock’s Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund III on its co-lead role in the purchase by a global consortium of an equity stake in Aramco Gas Pipelines Company for $15.5bn, relating to the gas pipeline network of Saudi Aramco.

Weil, Gotshal & Manges (London) LLP

Weil, Gotshal & Manges (London) LLP has a strong sponsor-focused infrastructure funds practice and utilises the firm’s global private equity platform to handle high-profile infrastructure investments. The firm has experience across the four key pillars of infrastructure: energy, telecoms, transport and social infrastructure, and is well versed in M&A. The team is jointly led by James MacArthur and Paul Hibbert; with MacArthur acting for private equity sponsors, pension funds and multi-asset managers on investments in infrastructure assets and Hibbert a name to note for financing and refinancing. Murray Cox advises listed companies, financial sponsors and sovereign wealth funds on M&A and corporate finance matters in the sector. In 2021 the firm’s broader London offering was boosted with the arrival of competition partners Jenine Hulsmann from Clifford Chance LLP , who counts infrastructure among her core sectors of focus, and Niklas Maydell from Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton . In early 2022, infrastructure focused PE lawyer Ed Freeman was promoted to partner.

Practice head(s):

James MacArthur; Paul Hibbert

Other key lawyers:

Emma Serginson; Murray Cox; Jenine Hulsmann; Niklas Maydell; Ed Freeman


‘The team is extremely hands-on and proactive, making inhouse counsel and commercial teams’ lives easier by boiling down complicated legal matters to relatively simple problems for further discussion and decision-making’

‘Edward Freeman simplifies complicated matters to straight forward commercial decisions and thinks along with the team to get to the most pragmatic solution’

‘International firm with relevant expertise and focus, very good European coverage, and client centric’

‘James McArthur is an exceptionally good partner, looking to find the best solutions for his clients, demonstrating very good commercial judgement, and finding practical solutions for us’

‘The practice provides excellent service and an ability to untangle and resolve complex situations. It provides high quality service.’

‘James MacArthur combines a strong knowledge of M&A, with strong technical ability, pragmatism and commercial acumen. He is the type of lawyer you want on your side in the most critical moments of a transaction. He is very much focused on the items that have actual value impact on a transaction.’

‘Hugely experienced team very well versed with dealing with infrastructure clients.’

‘Very much a partner led team but appropriately resources across the level. Immense bench strength and the ability to mobilise lawyers at a moment’s notice.’

Key clients


AMP Capital

Antin Infrastructure Partners

APG Asset Management


Igneo Infrastructure Partners

Generation Investment Management

Global Infrastructure Partners

iCON Infrastructure

InfraRed Capital Partners

Macquarie Asset Management

OMERS Infrastructure

Ontario Teachers’

Polhem Infra

Terra Firma

THI Investments

Wren House Infrastructure

Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners

Work highlights

  • Advising Macquarie Asset Management on the acquisition and financing of Roadchef from Antin Infrastructure Partners by one of its managed infrastructure funds.
  • Advising Terra Firma on the sale of Parmaco Oy to Partners Group.
  • Advising APG Asset Management, the largest pension fund in the Netherlands, on the investment in SiFi Networks America Limited (SiFi Networks), a UK based private funder, builder and operator of citywide, open-access Smart City enabled fibre networks in the US, and the establishment of a long term joint venture platform between APG and SiFi Networks through which APG will invest at least $500m of equity funding into multiple city wide fibre networks throughout the country.

Clyde & Co

With a focus on the domestic market, Clyde & Co is also able to utilise its global network for support on cross-border infrastructure projects. Strong in the healthcare sector, the practice also handles education, housing, transport and energy projects. Practice head Liz Jenkins is a name to note for major social infrastructure projects, while recently promoted partner Laura Coates advises consortia, funders, contractors and service providers on projects. Robert Meakin, another key practitioner in the team, focuses on energy, commercial and industrial development projects.

Practice head(s):

Liz Jenkins

Other key lawyers:

Laura Coates; Robert Meakin


‘Clyde & Co’s proactiveness and industry knowledge stand out as a key reason to use its services’.

‘All individuals engaged with at Clyde & Co stand out as being very attentive and quick to understand the issues present’.

‘Outstanding legal expertise, combined with in-depth knowledge of the relevant industry sectors’.

‘Robert Meakin is not only a good legal adviser, but the partner you need to achieve the most challenging goals’.

‘Robert has a wealth of experience and provides thoughtful advice’

‘Liz Jenkins – Extensive industry knowledge and a visionary in relation to commercial risks’

‘Laura Coates – Extreme commitment and diligence in supporting the client to achieve their objectives.’

Key clients


Innisfree Limited

Kajima Partnerships Limited

Vercity Limited

Pario Limited

Electrogas Malta Limited (Project Company)

Northern Gas Networks Limited

InfraRed Capital Partners Ltd

Work highlights

  • Advising Egis Projects on its successful bid to implement Clean Air Zone infrastructure and services to a network of highways around Greater Manchester.
  • Advising Northern Gas Networks on its bond financing arrangements, bank debt arrangements, and receivables.
  • Advising Electrogas on the ongoing aspects of its €450m ground-breaking Delimara 4 LNG-to-Power project.

Mayer Brown International LLP

The projects and infrastructure team at Mayer Brown International LLP has experience in work ranging from cross-border energy projects and electric vehicle charging infrastructure to mining. The team is led by financing practitioner Ian Coles, who has a strong track record in Africa; Rachel Speight, who acts for banks and sponsors on cross-border structured and project financings; energy and regulatory expert Kirsti Massie; and Meredith Campanale, who acts for both lenders and sponsors on a range of projects across the globe. Peter Pears joined from Clifford Chance LLP in January 2022.

Practice head(s):

Ian Coles; Rachel Speight; Kirsti Massie; Meredith Campanale

Other key lawyers:

Peter Pears


‘Kirsti Massie has managed the team well’.

‘Responses were quick’.

‘The quality of the advice was good’.

‘Kirsti Massie offered a swift response, with commercially and legally balanced advice’.

‘It was a pleasure and a privilege to work with the brilliant Mayer Brown team, and benefit from their expertise and hard work’.

‘The assistance Mayer Brown provided was monumental’.

‘The associate who handled our project for Mayer Brown was extremely impressive’.

Key clients


Investec Bank

AIB Group (UK)

Banco de Sabadell

Kommunalkredit Austria

Migdal Insurance Company

Schroders UK Infrastructure Debt I Fund

Klesch Group

Almonty Industries

Tungsten West

African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank)

Africa Finance Corporation



Société Générale

Coris Bank International

Wates Construction

United Living

Work highlights

  • Representing the finance parties led by Investec in their role as arrangers and lenders, in relation to a £192m refinancing of the Saltend, Indian Queens and Deeside power plants, owned by Triton Power.
  • Representing a syndicate of five lenders including Afreximbank; Africa Finance Corporation; ING; Natixis; and Société Générale, London Branch on a $220m senior secured project financing facility for the underground expansion and on-going operations of the Karowe diamond mine in Botswana.
  • Representing British Land, the leading UK-based property development and investment company in respect of the Phase 2 Aldgate East Development, and in particular the ESCO (energy centre) arrangements with EoN a net zero carbon, 136,000-square-foot residential-led development.

Osborne Clarke LLP

The team at Osborne Clarke LLP is known for high-end infrastructure transactions and contracts work in the UK and internationally. The practice has particular experience in PPPs and PFIs and is well versed in matters pertaining to the healthcare, education, telecoms and renewable energy spheres. Chris Wade heads the team and handles projects in both the public and private sectors, with a focus on advising sponsors. Simon Hancock and Andrew Normington are also key practitioners, with experience in PPPs and PFIs. Hugo Lidbetter joined from Fieldfisher January 2022.

Practice head(s):

Chris Wade

Other key lawyers:

Simon Hancock; Andrew Normington; Amy Dimond; David Smith; Hugo Lidbetter


‘Responsive and good customer service/counsel’.

‘Amy Dimond is a fantastic organiser and coordinator of complex workstreams and projects’.

‘Andrew Normington is a reliable and authoritative banking/finance partner and key member of the team’.

‘Osborne Clarke has supported us through a very complex project restructuring with multiple interrelated workstreams including settlements, retendering of services, procurement of large capital works in an operational hospital and implementation of additional funding’.

‘The team has been extremely dedicated despite the mental strain of working on a high-stake process with difficult counterparties spreading over a few years’.

‘I very much appreciated Osborne Clarke’s ability to bring in various parts of their business to have the right skillset to best manage our different workstreams’.

‘Simon Hancock maintained the oversight and the coordination between all the workstreams and was directly involved in the most complex negotiations; he stood out with his commercial awareness’. 

‘Very personable, get to understand the key issues and requirements, then take them away and deliver. They command respect through their knowledge and expertise.’

Key clients

Civitas Living LLP (Equitix SPV)

By Education (Lewisham) Limited (an InfraRed SPV)

Funds managed by Foresight Group

Tay Valley Lighting (Newcastle and North Tyneside) Limited

The Hospital Company (Oxford John Radcliffe) Limited

Microsoft Limited

Amey Investments Limited

Nord/LB Luxembourg S.A. Covered Bond Bank and Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale (Nord LB)

AmeyBriggs joint venture: (Amey Community Limited, Amey Ventures Limited and Briggs Equipment UK Ltd)

Work highlights

  • Advised funds managed by Foresight Group on their joint venture with CNG Fuels Limited in the fast growing alternative fuel market.
  • Advised The Hospital Company (Oxford John Radcliffe) Limited on the market testing process and resulting contract variations under its hospital PFI project.
  • Advised AmeyBriggs joint venture: (Amey Community Limited, Amey Ventures Limited and Briggs Equipment UK Ltd) on the contract for the provision of a fleet of 4,000+ construction vehicles (and management and maintenance services) to the UK MoD for up to 10 years for deployment in UK and British overseas military bases and ships.

Paul Hastings LLP

Paul Hastings LLP offers clients ‘an excellent depth and reach of knowledge coupled with a highly collaborative approach’. Strong in finance, corporate and capital markets work, the firm’s infrastructure and energy practice handles a range of mandates for large international financial institutions and banks. Steven Bryan and Derwin Jenkinson jointly head the team, with Bryan handling corporate matters and Jenkinson recommended for financing work in the energy sector. Tamsin Doran is a key associate with experience in international M&A.

Practice head(s):

Steven Bryan; Derwin Jenkinson

Other key lawyers:

Tamsin Doran


The firm has an excellent depth and reach of knowledge coupled with a highly collaborative approach’.

‘All contacts have been extremely professional and proactive’.

‘Derwin Jenkinson is an exceptional partner with a wealth of experience and knowledge –  a clear leader in all aspects of infrastructure financing’.

‘Derwin Jenkinson is always fully engaged and incredibly solutions driven. He understands what we are trying to achieve’.

‘Experienced in hedging and corporate financing’.

Key clients

Gingko Tree (Chinese Sovereign Wealth Fund)

Antin Infrastructure


EIG Energy Partners

Brookfield Infrastructure

Brookfield Private Equity

Arcus Infrastructure Partners LLP

Hermes Infrastructure

Salt Mobile SA

Global Cloud Exchange

Cosco Shipping Ports Limited

Angel Trains

Cory Riverside

Nat West



Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners

BofA Securities

Work highlights

  • Advised EIG Global Energy Partners (EIG), a leading institutional investor in the global energy sector, on its transaction with Fluxys, the Belgian gas infrastructure group, for the sale of a 27.5% stake in Transportadora Brasileira Gasduto Bolívia-Brasil S.A. (TBG).
  • Advised the arrangers, NatWest and Nomura, on financing the acquisition by Ancala Partners and Fiera Infrastructure Inc. of Augean plc. The public-to-private acquisition was highly competitive with multiple rounds, leading to a Takeover Panel auction, with total consideration of £390m.
  • Advised BofA Securities as global coordinator for the debut high-yield notes issuance of Zorlu Yenilenebilir Enerji A.Ş., a subsidiary of Zorlu Enerji A.Ş., a leading integrated utility company whose shares are listed on Borsa İstanbul.

Travers Smith LLP

The ‘commercially driven’ infrastructure sector group at Travers Smith LLP is ‘always available and engaged’. Its multidisciplinary team draws on expertise from M&A, and private equity practitioners, as well as the firm’s competition, employment, finance and real estate teams to provide clients with holistic advice on brownfield projects. The team, which is headed by Spencer Summerfield, is well versed in large, cross-border and high-value transactions for infrastructure funds. Other key names in the team include Jonathan Walters, who focuses on advising infrastructure funds on the acquisition and disposal of companies in the sector; Mohammed Senouci, who is experienced in public to private transactions; Richard Brown, and Ben Thompson, who joined from Weil, Gotshal & Manges (London) LLP in October 2021.

Practice head(s):

Spencer Summerfield

Other key lawyers:

Jonathan Walters; Richard Brown; Mohammed Senouci; Ben Thompson


‘Excellent team that has consistently delivered prompt solutions to our legal needs (acquisition, refinancing, other ad-hoc items at our investee companies)’.

‘Good balance of commercial orientation vs. legal orientation’.

‘Great after-closing service’

‘Jonathan Walters has been an excellent legal adviser for us across several deals over the past few years. His proactive approach to achieving solutions for legal/contractual issues has been particularly appreciated’.

‘Commercially driven’.

‘Friendly and helpful’.

‘Ben Thompson is a great communicator, and a pleasure to work with on complex transactions’.

Key clients

Ancala Partners LLP

GLIL Infrastructure

Daiwa International Capital


Arjun Infrastructure Partners

Foresight Group

Zegona Communications

BUUK Infrastructure



Peel Ports

SAGE North Sea Limited (SNSL)

Work highlights

  • Advised InstaVolt and its management team on its acquisition by EQT Infrastructure.
  • Advised BUUK Infrastructure on the sale of its UK smart meter business, to a consortium of Arcus Infrastructure Partners and GLIL Infrastructure.
  • Advised SAGE North Sea Limited (SNSL), which part-owns and operates a 200 mile pipeline responsible for delivery of over 10% of the UK’s natural gas supply, on a number of key commercial contracts.

Bird & Bird LLP

The infrastructure team at Bird & Bird LLP offers clients ‘expert knowledge and good communication skills’. Leaning on its global network for support, the firm is active on a range of cross-border mandates and draws on multidisciplinary expertise from real estate, construction, procurement, regulatory and commercial practitioners. Practice head Stuart Cairns has considerable experience advising large government clients on multi-billion-pound projects and has expertise in public sector and utilities procurement. Claire Gamage recently left for Mills & Reeve LLP.

Practice head(s):

Stuart Cairns

Other key lawyers:

Henna Malik


‘Highly professional with extremely good expert knowledge of the subject and good communication skills’.

‘Stuart Cairns had expert knowledge of the matter and the skills to explain complex matters to a diverse group. He was highly committed in the process’.

‘The perception was always that ours was the most important project despite that fact that it was relatively small’.

‘Bird & Bird has the capability to call upon expertise across a wide spectrum of areas and put forward individuals with vast knowledge and relevant experience’.

‘This practice brings international expertise and experience to national projects’.

‘Stuart Cairns is the most knowledgeable and experienced partner’.

‘The individuals are highly professional and have an excellent knowledge of their specialist areas of law’.

Key clients


Centralny Port Komunikacyjny on the Solidarity Transport Hub, Poland

Isavia (Keflavik Airport, Reykjavik), Iceland

Icelandic Roads and Coastal Administration

Surrey County Council

Surrey Waste

University of Limerick Strategic Development Zone

Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Saudi Arabia (MoMRA)

Suffolk County Council


NLSH ohf.



Hartfordshire County Council

Phoenix Natural Gas Limited


Work highlights

  • Assisted Kadeco in the procurement of a Multi-Disciplinary Team to support Kadeco’s development of a masterplan for the 55km2 area surrounding Keflavik Airport in Iceland.
  • Advising the University of Limerick (UL) Strategic Development Zone to deliver Europe’s newest University town with academic and industrial accommodation, commercial developments and living accommodation for 22,000 residents.
  • Advising Surrey County Council on the design and management of a complex procurement process to award a £2.5bn long-term contract for Highway’s Maintenance services.

Bracewell (UK) LLP

Bracewell (UK) LLP  advises on financing and corporate work in the energy sector, with the London team often acting in collaboration with lawyers in its international network on cross-border mandates. Jason Fox heads the practice, which includes Oliver Irwin and Ro Lazarovitch, who joined from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in March 2021.

Practice head(s):

Jason Fox

Other key lawyers:

Oliver Irwin; Ro Lazarovitch


‘Really commercial team, focused on the legal aspects but in a manner that benefits the whole transaction and does not hinder it’.

‘We choose carefully when we include lawyers in our processes but I can honestly say that including the team at Bracewells has only ever been additive’.

Oliver Irwin  – extremely reliable and with sound business approach.’

Key clients

Eni S.p.A.

Alcazar Energy Partners

Aqua Ventures International, Nomura and Black Forest

BP Exploration Operating Company Limited and Eni S.p.A.

Egyptian Refining Company (Takrir) S.A.E.

Fotowatio Renewable Ventures

Harmony HB Limited

Lenders to the Jinko Power consortium

Hellas Gold Single-Member S.A.

Savannah Energy Plc

Lenders to a bidding consortium

Marubeni Corporation and Al Jomaih Energy and Water Company

Marubeni Corporation and Kyushu Electric

Total Solar and Tamasuk


Work highlights

  • Advising Eni S.p.A. with respect to its acquisition of a 20 percent interest in the Dogger Bank (A and B) 2.4 GW and in its agreement to acquire a 20 percent interest in the Dogger Bank C 1.2 GW offshore wind farm project from Equinor and SSE.
  • Continuing to advise Alcazar Energy Partners in connection with its project financing  of (1) four solar 50 MW projects in Egypt being procured in Round 2 of the Renewable Energy Feed-in-Tariff Program; (2) the Al Shobak wind farm project in Jordan being procured in Round 2 of Jordan’s renewable energy programme; and (3) the Al Rajef wind project in Jordan.
  • Representing Aqua Ventures International, Nomura and Black Forest in the sale of Aqua Comms DAC, a digital infrastructure company that owns transatlantic and regional subsea cables, to Digital 9 Infrastructure plc.

Fladgate LLP

Under the leadership of Andrew Bessemer Clark, who ‘provides a personal service and is a real pleasure to work with’, Fladgate LLP continues to advise a range of clients in the infrastructure space, with a focus on PPPs and PFI work. It is particularly active in the domestic market and is experienced in renewable energy generation, battery storage and street lighting projects.

Practice head(s):

Andrew Bessemer Clark

Other key lawyers:

Sam Tye; Kim Fowler; Christian Charles


‘They have good depth of capability but what makes Fladgate outstanding is their client care’.

‘I always feel my work is top of their to-do list and is a priority for them – this isn’t always the case with other firms’.

‘They offer a personal service and are a great bunch of people to work with’.

‘Andrew Bessemer Clarke has an excellent grasp of where various projects are at once’.

‘Andrew Bessemer Clarke makes himself available to provide a personal service and is a real pleasure to work with.’

‘Christian Charles is always a calm head (important in dispute situations!) and is able to think strategically as well as legally’.

‘Sam Tye has fantastic recall for contracts and projects he’s worked on over the years and is pragmatic in his advice and approach’.

Work highlights

    Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

    Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s projects and infrastructure team was significantly bolstered in October 2021 with the arrival of Alice Brogi, Robert Dixon and new practice head Federico Fruhbeck from Vinson & Elkins RLLP. The practice focuses on servicing high-profile private equity and infrastructure fund clients on a range of deals in the infrastructure sector.

    Practice head(s):

    Federico Fruhbeck

    Other key lawyers:

    Alice Brogi; Robert Dixon


    ‘It is really reassuring working with such a knowledgeable and experienced team’.

    ‘These teams are composed of dual-qualified lawyers with multiple language skills and tremendous cross-border experience, which is critical and adds a lot of value on complicated M&A and financing deals across various jurisdictions’.

    ‘I feel really comfortable working with Gibson Dunn because they are extremely strong from a technical standpoint, they have a superb knowledge of the market and a very commercial approach that makes it easy for everyone to work with them and get the deals done’.

    ‘Federico Fruhheck is certainly the best M&A lawyer I have ever worked with. He  has tremendous expertise of cross-border transactions’.

    ‘Federico Fruhbeck and Rob Dixon have been real partners of our business, assisting not only with legal matters but true advisers on all matters of transactional work’.

    ‘Alice Brogi is not just an impressive lawyer but also a team player you want to have on your team’.

    Key clients


    Asterion Industrial Partners SGEIC SA

    Helios Towers plc


    Sharpe Pritchard LLP

    The projects, PPP and infrastructure team at Sharpe Pritchard LLP carries out a large amount of work for central and local government clients, as well as regulators and regulated utilities. The practice is jointly led by Nicola Sumner and Roseanne Serrelli, with Sumner advising on procurements, and PPP and PFI projects, and Serrelli recommended for health, rail, water, waste and energy projects.

    Practice head(s):

    Nicola Sumner; Roseanne Serrelli

    Other key lawyers:

    Steve Gummer; Jane Crees


    ‘Kind, with excellent quality and excellent responsiveness’.

    ‘I have to give a massive shout out and thanks to Roseanne Serrelli and Nicola Sumner as being just absolutely amazing and brilliant. Their individual knowledge, experience and advice on their specialities is second to none.’

    ‘The team at Sharpe’s are incredibly authentic and genuine in their desire to support their clients to meet their objectives, for us this is to run a smooth and effective procurement process’.

    ‘The key strength of Sharpe’s is their ability to bring theory to life by providing relevant and appropriate examples using case law and best practice’.

    ‘We primarily benefit from procurement expertise, commercial assurance and contractual understanding’.

    ‘Sharpe’s are very good about translating the wording into an applicable situation regarding the specific procurement or contract, outlining what the potential risks or opportunities might be’.

    ‘In comparison to other firms they make the impact of decision making more tangible and give examples of what approaches other clients or projects have taken’. 

    ‘Roseanne Serrelli is exceptional at communicating complex legal and contractual messages in layman’s terms, which means that no matter your understanding or level of experience, it becomes easy to grasp and follow – this is incredibly helpful when trying to upskill the wider procurement team’.

    Key clients

    Houses of Parliament (Restoration and Renewal Delivery Authority Ltd)

    Portsmouth Water

    Cambridgeshire County Council

    City of London Corporation

    Suffolk County Council

    Buckinghamshire Council

    Thames Water Utilities Limited

    West London Waste Authority


    Milton Keynes

    LB Hammersmith and Fulham Council

    Work highlights

    • Advising the Restoration and Renewal Delivery Authority Ltd on the Restoration & Renewal Programme for Palace of Westminster.
    • Advised the City of London Corporation on its CHP powered district heating scheme, including heat supply arrangements for critical sites in the city.
    • Advised Suffolk County Council from procurement to operational stage of its PFI waste and energy infrastructure project including in relation to refinancing and inter authority access arrangements.

    Squire Patton Boggs

    Squire Patton Boggs offers clients an integrated UK-wide team which handles infrastructure projects in the transport and energy sectors and stands out for its expertise in Clean Air Zones and other Net Zero projects. Nick Helm heads the practice and is a name to note for renewable energy and decarbonisation projects.

    Practice head(s):

    Nick Helm

    Other key lawyers:

    Trevor Ingle; James Duckworth; Julian Scott; Andrew Herring

    Key clients

    Transport for Greater Manchester

    Sheffield City Council

    Galliford Try Investments

    Amber Infrastructure

    Dolphin (Costain Pension Fund)

    InfraRed Capital Partners

    Circular Resources

    Campus Living Villages

    Vital Energi

    GSC Holdings (Pty) Limited

    Leeds City Council




    National Energy

    Stephenson Harwood

    Stephenson Harwood covers a range of infrastructure work and is known for its strength in PPPs and PFIs. Jonathan Cripps heads the team and has more than 30 years’ experience on projects ranging from transport and energy to social infrastructure and accommodation.  Of counsel Chris White joined the firm from an in-house role at U-Battery and brings expertise in the nuclear sector to the team.

    Practice head(s):

    Jonathan Cripps

    Other key lawyers:

    Rebecca Carter; Chris White


    ‘The team is agile and responsive, with a comprehensive understanding of both the PFI industry and our requirements as clients’.

    ‘Jonathan Cripps is stand out excellent in all areas’.

    ‘An exceptional team that brings balance and a commercial viewpoint to deals’.

    ‘Jonathan Cripps is an exceptional leader of the Stephenson Harwood team’.

    ‘This firm pays close attention to client needs and is able to anticipate many of the issues that affect projects’.

    ‘The firm brings a wealth of experience to deal with issues and is easy to work with.’

    Key clients

    North London Waste Authority

    London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

    Connect CNDR Limited

    Connect Roads South Tyneside Limited

    Balfour Beatty Living Places Limited

    Connect Roads Sunderland Limited

    Sunderland Streetlighting Limited

    Albany SPC Services Limited

    Semperian Asset Management Limited


    Trinity International LLP

    Boutique emerging markets firm Trinity International LLP advises a range of public and private sector clients on infrastructure transactions, with considerable experience of projects in the African continent. The team is led by Paul Biggs, Simon Norris, Kaushik Ray and Conrad Marias . Jo Sykes was recently promoted to partner.

    Practice head(s):

    Paul Biggs; Simon Norris; Kaushik Ray; Conrad Marais

    Other key lawyers:

    Lucy Johnson; Elizabeth Handley; Jo Sykes


    ‘Trinity is a growing but still relatively small firm that is steeped in African infrastructure projects’.

    ‘They have first-rate lawyers, many having previously worked in top-tier firms, who stand out from others because of their unparalleled experience of sub-Saharan African infrastructure projects’.

    ‘The size of the firm enables them to keep costs down’.

    ‘Highly competent legal advice on project finance and project management at very reasonable prices’.

    ‘Kaushik Ray and Jo Sykes (who recently received a well-deserved promotion to partner) are the dream team for financing development projects’.

    ‘As a lender, you will be very pleased to have them on your team, but also to have them acting for sponsors because they know what lenders will and won’t give on, and so help to speed up the negotiation process’.

    ‘They don’t just give great legal advice; they also ensure you get great service from local counsel and a very polished and well managed process which saves time and costs’.

    ‘Simon Norris is up there with the best of them when it comes to analysis on the project documents side’.

    Key clients

    KPMG (as head of a consortium instructed by EBRD acting for the Kazakhstan Government)

    GED (Group Européen de Development du Congo)

    Cenpower Generation Company Limited


    Government of Mozambique

    Government of Zambia

    Government of Uganda

    The African Trade Insurance Agency



    Atlantic Terminal Services Limited (ATSL)

    Scatec Solar ASA

    Asian Development Bank

    Work highlights

    • Currently advising IFC in relation to the creation and structuring of a programme designed to allow mini-grids in African markets to be financed by private debt financiers in order to add much-needed scale to mini-grid development on the African continent – through upscaling portfolios of mini-grids in underserved areas, and creating a standardised set of documents for off-grid distributed solar power.
    • Acting as international legal adviser to a consortium which is headed by KPMG Kazakhstan to advise EBRD and the Ministry of Health in Kazakhstan in respect of the tendering, development, construction and financing of the Almaty Training Hospital in Kazakhstan on a PPP basis.
    • Worked with The African Trade Insurance Agency and KfW in the enhancement and expansion of the Renewable Liquidity Support Facility – an innovative initiative that has already assisted many renewable power projects in sub-Saharan Africa to reach financial close.

    Trowers & Hamlins LLP

    Trowers & Hamlins LLP is well known in the domestic market for its expertise in PFI and PPP projects, and is active across the housing, education, regeneration, health and social care sectors. The team, which acts for a large number of public sector clients, is headed by Paul McDermott, who has more than 22 years’ experience in the infrastructure arena.

    Practice head(s):

    Paul McDermott

    Other key lawyers:

    Assad Maqbool; Scott Dorling


    ‘Friendly and flexible, with creative problem-solving skills and good organisation’.

    ‘They are very smart and always pay attention to detail’.

    ‘Knowledgeable, with great communication and responsiveness’.

    ‘The team at Trowers and Hamlins is excellent’.

    ‘It has been a huge endeavour and they have consistently delivered excellent work and successfully managed extremely complex litigation’.

    Key clients

    Secretary State for Education / Department for Education

    Urban Growth Company

    City of Birmingham (as Commonwealth Games host)

    London Borough of Camden

    Bouygues S.A. (FRA) insert Sahara Hospitality Co.(UK)

    Westminster City Council

    WM5G Limited

    The Hyde Group

    London Borough of Brent

    West Midlands Combined Authority

    Rakiza (Oman’s Infrastructure Fund)

    Camden & Islington NHS Trust

    Belfast City Council

    Oxfordshire County Council

    London Borough of Lambeth

    Gloucester City Council

    Work highlights

    • Advised the Secretary of State for Education on Free Schools, the Priority School Building Programme, and the schools’ delivery programme.
    • Advising Westminster City Council on its community housing delivery strategy and the delivery of new council homes, lower cost and market rental and sale homes.
    • Acting for the Bouygues/Sahara Joint Venture in respect of the PDO Manazil Housing PPP Project.