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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP, Darren White, London EC2V, ENGLAND

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Darren White

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Darren is a Senior Parliamentary Clerk in the London Planning and Parliamentary Team specialising in Private and Hybrid Bills in Parliament, Transport and Works Orders, Harbour Orders and Development Consent Orders. Darren has over 25 years of experience in the authorisation of major railway and port infrastructure projects and more recently, the renewable energy sector. Recent experience includes working on the Hybrid Bill and TWA Orders for the Crossrail Project, TWA Orders for the Leeds Railway Station and Chiltern Railways projects and the Harbour Revision Order for the Dover Harbour Western Docks redevelopment project. Darren also worked on Development Consent Orders for the first two onshore wind farms to be consented under the Planning Act 2008 and is currently involved in Development Consent Orders for the development of the UK’s largest offshore windfarm zone. Darren is currently working on the hybrid Bill for the High Speed Rail project and the Transport and Works Order for the redevelopment of Bank Underground Station as well as a private bill in the Westminster Parliament conferring further financial powers on TfL.


Senior Parliamentary Clerk

London: Transport


Within: Rail

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP’s multi-disciplinary rail team is active on the procurement, leasing and financing of rolling stock, rail regulation, rail and infrastructure projects, concession and franchise agreements, procurement and competition law. It is also particularly noted for its parliamentary infrastructure consenting and implementation expertise. DfT is a key client. Rail head Mark Brunton, Birmingham-based Anne Harris, Stephen Collings, Agnes Koko, parliamentary agent Monica Peto, planning partner James O’Connor and senior parliamentary clerk Darren White are stand-out members of the department.

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