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Freeths LLP ‘very capable, responsive and adaptable lawyers’ advise on a range of PFI structures, acting for a wide range of investors. James Larmour’s practice includes various education transactions – he advised Dalmore Capital on purchasing Sewell’s interests in the Hull Building Schools for the Future scheme, and INPP on purchasing Carillion’s stake in the Wolverhampton BSF. In the health space, he also advises Care UK.

Gowling WLG ‘provides an overall very good level of service’; ‘the team is motivated to seek out solutions and explains issues clearly’. Stephen Kenny, who also has road procurement expertise, advised the South London Waste Partnership, which comprises four boroughs, on procuring waste services (including a 26MW waste-to-energy element) from Veolia, while Giles Clifford advised Transport for London on procuring improvements to Finsbury Park station, allowing for step-free access. Director Dominic Richardson (‘particularly quick to get to grips with the issues at hand’) advised China Rail Rolling Stock Corporation on a contract with Transport for London to provide maintenance wagons, and acted for Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council on terminating a leisure PFI contract.

Pinsent Masons LLP‘s Didar Dhillon advised Telford & Wrekin Council on a PPP contract to supply and maintain street furniture. Dhillon also advised FCC Environment and Hitachi Zosen on a bid to create a waste-to-energy and heat plant in Aberdeen. Gemma Glasspole and Oliver Mangiapane are key senior associates.

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