I head the Commercial and Infrastructure department which brings together ...
Elections and changes in the UK's national governments have resulted in changes in priorities and policies. These changes in domestic legislative programmes are likely to be constant in the coming months, not least with the resource intensity of Brexit. Identifying opportunities requires an interpretation of such policies and the implications will require the forging of new relationships with private and public sectors.
Our experience is borne from years of experience advising central government and their delivery agencies on infrastructure projects and regulatory and compliance issues. We continue to advise on national infrastructure programmes in health, education and energy as well as advising regulators and ombudsman on compliance issues.
We are a firm that works with, and understands the public sector. As a leading local government, health and housing practice we understand the interface and interdependencies with central government and its many agencies.
Our sector knowledge has supported much work over the years in advising and delivering national programmes in health, education, waste and energy. Our regulatory practice continues to grow, and we regularly work with a range of clients including the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, Local Government Ombudsman, and Public Sector Audit Appointments. This gives us an unrivalled perspective on the range of issues you face, the solutions many are considering and the issues arising from implementation.
Our depth of expertise spans all aspects of legal skills. This is reflected in our recent appointment to the Crown Commercial Service panel and the National Procurement Service framework in Wales.
We have 15 Partners primarily focused the issues and work associated with central government.
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