Alex leads our subsidy control team and is recognised as a leading expert in this complex field. He also specialises in procurement and public sector clean energy and regeneration projects. Clients appreciate his ability to translate complex legal issues into pragmatic and clear advice.
Having advised all levels of government and funding applicants, Alex is the go-to adviser for several UK funding bodies. He is regularly approached to design funding schemes and support or review funding applications.
Alex’s wider experience of delivering public sector energy and regeneration projects is highly valued by clients. His expertise and industry contacts mean he often acts as a connector between different specialisms, delivering projects which address some of society’s biggest issues, particularly levelling up and climate change.
Alex’s clients include Welsh government, UK government departments, local authorities, LEPs, Catapults and a range of private sector bodies. His advice, articles and briefing sessions are regularly described by clients as refreshingly clear and pragmatic.
Working with the Council to deliver the UK’s largest electric vehicle charging superhub. We delivered and negotiated the suite of contractual and property documents required to complete this complex and strategic project.
Advising on the construction and ongoing development of Manchester’s flagship city-centre heat network. Our role was broad, including contractual, procurement, subsidy control, funding and governance advice.
"Both quickly and efficiently Browne Jacobson were able to understand the complicated nature of the proposed scheme of redevelopment and they provided excellent knowledge of this specialised area of law and sensible solutions to assist. Their service levels were excellent and they were always on hand."
In February 2022, judgment in the first domestic case on the TCA subsidy regime was handed down and in March 2022 the first international subsidy complaint since Brexit was made.
We waited more than a year for it, but the wait is over – we finally have a domestic case on the new subsidy control regime.
In this on-demand session, Alex Kynoch and Angelica Hymers explore the practicalities of complying with the new Subsidy Control Bill, and the impact of illustrative guidance and policy statements recently published by the Government.
It has been a turbulent couple of years for those involved in subsidy control, and 2022 will be equally challenging. The Subsidy Control Bill (Bill) will take effect in 2022.
In the first part of this article, we discussed the application of the Subsidy Control Principles. In part 2, we look at how Streamlined Subsidy Schemes will be used to grant certain subsidies more quickly, and at the enforcement and transparency provisions of the Bill.
Browne Jacobson’s specialist government and infrastructure team have advised Canford Renewable Energy Ltd on the delivery of its Dorset Green H2 facility.
Browne Jacobson’s specialist government and infrastructure lawyers have provided legal advice to Oxford City Council on a high-profile infrastructure project which will support the City of Oxford in its sustainable goals strategy through the launch of an electrical vehicle (EV) charging hub.
Browne Jacobson’s government and infrastructure team have advised Manchester City Council on the set up of the Civic Quarter Heat Network (CQHN), which aims to provide the City with an efficient and environmentally friendly heat and power network.
Catch up on our regeneration video, where we look at four keys areas of regeneration; public law, planning, construction and real estate.
The UK’s state aid rules change from 1 January 2021 we will bring you up to speed on the new position.
An update on current issues including avoiding legal challenge to procurement decisions, public decision making, state aid and commercial and supply chain.
This webinar will set out the basics of state aid rules and is accessible to lawyers and non-lawyers. We will work through practical examples and provide tips on how state aid assessments can be streamlined to avoid the delays and disruptions often associated with state aid compliance.
Public and private bodies throughout the country are exploring their options for developing new networks and expanding existing networks, both with and without central government support.
As private businesses, public bodies and universities alike strive to gain a competitive advantage, each increasingly look to each other to develop next generation products and services.