Bevan Brittan is delighted to have been shortlisted for Legal Advisor of the Year at this year’s prestigious Partnerships Awards – the fourth year in a row that the firm has been a finalist.

Now in their 22nd year, the Partnerships Awards bring together key decision makers to recognise and reward outstanding achievements in public-private partnerships, and are one of the biggest and best-established events in the industry calendar.

Bevan Brittan has been advising on PFI/PPP projects for over 20 years in the UK and internationally. Over the last 12 months, we have advised on over 60 PFI/PPP projects in a wide range of sectors including infrastructure, waste/energy, health, education, police/custodial services, highways, leisure, rail, social care, university accommodation and property regeneration.

This has included advising sponsors, contractors, investors and procuring authorities on a number of high profile projects, including a £8 billion housing and regeneration PPP, and several £500 million+ Energy from Waste PPPs.

Nadeem Arshad, PFI/PPP partner at Bevan Brittan, said: “We are over the moon to be finalists in the Partnerships Awards once again – keeping up our proud track record for the fourth year running. It has been another busy year, with the firm advising on many complex PPP projects from across our 4 UK offices. Through the depth of our PPP expertise and the strength of our brilliant lawyers, we help our clients find innovative PPP solutions and resolve issues once the deals are signed. We look forward to the awards night which is sure to be a great occasion.”

The Partnerships Awards will be held in London on 21 May.

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