• I specialise in construction and have a particular interest in EU public procurement law. I provide advice to local authorities, NHS bodies and Registered Providers on development projects, regeneration schemes and on-going asset management programmes across the commercial development, social housing, leisure and health sectors. I draft, advise on and negotiate on behalf of clients standard form building contracts, bespoke development arrangements, professional appointments and related security documents.

    I also provide strategic and operational advice on the application of the public procurement legislation and compliance with those requirements. This includes advising on group structures, use of frameworks, changes or extensions to existing contracts and joint ventures, as well as advising on and drafting documents for procurement procedures carried out under the regulations. I also assist in relation to legal challenges, both bringing and defending actions. Advice provided is practical and risk-based, taking account of clients' positions and priorities.

    I also provide training on issues in construction and public procurement law.


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