Public services law firm Bevan Brittan LLP is celebrating a new milestone for its leading health practice having advised on a “quartet of closes” in under a week.
The firm has recently helped NHS clients reach financial close in the programmes to build new hospitals / care centres in Liverpool (Alder Hey), Welwyn (QEII), South West London (Nelson) and Oxfordshire (Bicester).
Bevan Brittan has appointed a new partner to join its market leading regulatory team. Peter Steel joins the firm from his previous role at Capsticks where he was also a partner. Peter brings huge expertise and experience to Bevan Brittan's nationally recognised regulatory team having acted for a number of healthcare regulators and as a nominated advocate for disciplinary proceedings brought by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Bevan Brittan has advised Birmingham City Council on the completion of their ground breaking Green Deal procurement with Carillion Energy Services Limited. The scheme is the first in the Government’s Green Deal strategy, the flagship policy for eco-refurbishment and carbon reduction through housing energy efficiency.
Bevan Brittan has advised Birmingham City Council on the appointment of Carillion Energy Services as preferred bidder for their ground breaking Green Deal procurement. The scheme is the first in the Government’s Green Deal strategy, the flagship policy for eco-refurbishment and carbon reduction through housing energy efficiency. Birmingham is the first local authority in the country to appoint a delivery partner for Green Deal making the procurement the first of its type.
Bevan Brittan, the public services law firm, has appointed leading rail and transport expert Martin Fleetwood as a Partner in its Commercial & Infrastructure team. Martin joins the firm having previously been at Stephenson Harwood.
Bevan Brittan’s Commercial Team is advising Harrow Council on its merger of its legal teams with Barnet Council. The shared legal service will see Barnet’s legal team move to Harrow, on 3 September 2012, pushing its combined lawyer headcount to around 70.
Bevan Brittan has appointed David Isaacson to join its national housing team. David joins the firm from his previous role at Cobbetts where he advised Registered Providers, Local Authorities, ALMOs and private sector companies on a range of housing issues.
Leading public services law firm Bevan Brittan has today (26 April 2012) announced that Bethan Evans has been elected Senior Partner in its new senior management structure. This follows the announcement in February that the firm had elected Duncan Weir as Managing Partner.
When the Icelandic banks collapsed in October 2008, 145 local authorities faced the prospect of losing deposits amounting to approximately £1.1bn. Three years on, the Icelandic Supreme Court handed down its judgment recognising the funds placed by local authorities (together with leading universities including Oxford and Cambridge and other UK wholesale creditors) as deposits with priority status over other creditors' claims. Priority creditors of Glitnir will receive 100% of the value of their claims and priority creditors of Landsbanki expect to recover at least 98%.
Leading public services law firm Bevan Brittan has appointed Elizabeth Cooper to join its national procurement team. Elizabeth brings huge expertise and experience to Bevan Brittan's nationally recognised local government procurement team.