Projects, Infrastructure and Regeneration Lawyers

Delivering ground-breaking
schemes with innovation
and brave ambition

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Simon Girardier


Introducing our people

Challenges facing the market

Having access to the right land packet can make or break a project and we understand how important this is.

From identifying the area, understanding the constraints and deliverability of a site to addressing legal, planning and funding issues, our team can help. With fierce competition over highly-coveted sites, getting prospective landowners on board swiftly and discretely is key.

Even the best schemes can be brought down by failing to consider wider infrastructure requirements.

Bridges, roads and drainage schemes all need significant amounts of capital and can directly impact on a project’s bottom line if overlooked. We recognise that adopting an innovative approach to infrastructure is a must, both in terms of integration into a wider scheme and maximising future income streams.

As major projects and infrastructure schemes in the UK become more ambitious, developers require access to larger amounts of capital.

Attracting the right funders, meeting the expectations of multiple stakeholders while keeping projects on time and on budget requires a sharp and determined focus. By working collaboratively with your stakeholders across disciplines, such as designers, architects and end users, we know how to make your scheme tick all the boxes for investors.

Our thoughts

All the latest views and insights
on current matters within Projects, Infrastructure and Regeneration.

The Modern Method of Auction – a new trend?

21 Sep

Real Estate & Planning

The Modern Method of Auction – a new trend?

Selling or buying a property in a traditional property auction can be a hair […]

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Insolvency in the construction sector

13 Sep

Property Litigation

Insolvency in the construction sector

The pandemic has placed the construction industry under considerable pressure, with it accounting for […]

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Improving air quality is vital
to ensuring sustainable development
and economic growth.

Maintaining or contributing to air quality that accords with EU limits and preventing unacceptable risks from pollution are central themes in the National Planning Policy Framework and National Planning Practice Guidance

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