• I specialise in construction law and have experience in a wide range of sectors, including health, mixed use, commercial premises, office space and residential. My work includes project procurement, forms of project documentation and dispute resolution. I advise a range of clients, including NHS trusts, developers and contractors and governing bodies.

    I act for a wide range of employers, contractors, sub-contractors and consultants in a range of sectors, including housing/residential, commercial and infrastructure and am familiar with the major standard forms of contract, in particular, the JCT and NEC.  I have represented clients in adjudications, High Court proceedings and Arbitration, as well as advising on alternative methods of dispute resolution such as mediation.

     

    Articles
    Harrow London Borough Council v Engie Regeneration (Apollo) Ltd (2018)

     

    Memberships
    Society of Construction Law

    • Advised Cumbria County Council in relation to defending a claim issued by a contractor in excess of £30 million Cumbria County Council v Amey LG Limited ([2016] EWHC 2856 (TCC))
    • Advised Breyer Group plc in the successful defence of enforcement of adjudication proceedings issued against it (Pilon Limited vs Breyer Group plc vs ([2010] EWHC 837 (TCC)).

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