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Delivering a Public Private Partnership (PPP) or other long term, high value complex procurement can be a difficult process requiring experienced and dedicated professional support. Our lawyers have a wealth of experience advising both public and private sector partners on Private Finance Initiative (PFI), PPP and other projects. We have dedicated, specialist lawyers in areas such as environmental law, banking, employment and pensions, planning and construction, procurement, intellectual property (IP), information technology, taxation and insurance, which can often pose issues on PFI and PPP projects.
The project agreement has two relevant groups of obligations in relation to the building.
Every Project Agreement has clauses which seek to restrict how the contract is varied.
Our latest report on the devolution debate, Devolution – managing the risks, highlights the key thoughts and views that emerged at our roundtable and highlights a series of recommendations for further consideration by stakeholders on managing the risks associated with this issue.
A mural, attributed to the street artist Banksy and valued (according to press reports) at £470,000, was spray-painted onto the wall of an amusement arcade let to the tenant.
Your contribution has been crucial to our project’s success and your expert legal and commercial advice has been invaluable in helping the Council achieve a deal that will improve our offer whilst at the same time significantly reducing our costs.
"Excellent and very knowledgeable" team is particularly known for its work for government bodies.
Advising Cheshire East Council on innovative proposals to procure a development partner to work with them to exploit geo-thermal resources. This would be the first deep geo-thermal project of its type in the UK.
Advising the Crown Commercial Service on the multi-billion GBP procurement of energy frameworks to supply gas and power to all government bodies in England and Wales.
Supporting a major, city scale, district heating scheme to cover the Lee Valley regeneration area. A key development for London, the scheme aims to become the first city-scale heat network in London, providing heating and hot water to thousands of homes & businesses in the Lee Valley.
Advising EOS on its bid to run a number of the new Community Rehabilitation Centres established by MOJ following the winding down of local probation trusts.
Advising a local authority on the outsourcing of its learning & achievement Services and HR & finance services - strategically important for the Council as it forms part of the overall revision of its future service delivery model.
Acting for Morgan Sindall plc on the third private finance batch procured under the Priority School Building Programme (North West). The batch comprises five secondary schools and seven primary schools. We advised on all aspects of the construction documentation, working closely with the lawyers acting for the investors. This was a major PF2 scheme under the batched funding model and we continue to advise Morgan Sindall on the construction issues arising from its delivery.
Providing business critical advice to the National Audit Office on the replacement of its Oracle based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for HR, payroll and finance business related activities.
The momentum of the devolution revolution seems to have slowed. Local authorities have been left hanging on, tantalisingly close to a deal…
With the majority of central government sitting behind the Treasury when it comes to buying into the devolution agenda, what will the long term relationship between central and local government look like?
One of the key themes explored in our report ‘Our changing state: the realities of austerity and devolution’ is the preparedness of central government
In a climate where collaborative grouping of local authorities has emerged as a model for regional devolution, alongside the obvious financial pressures driven by the current austerity agenda, it is sensible for all councils to consider opportunities to come together to deliver efficiencies and to lobby more effectively for additional powers.
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