• I am a real estate lawyer specialising in renewable energy. It is an area I am passionate about and I have expertise in solar and battery schemes, on and offshore wind as well as biomass and biogas. I work on projects from inception to sale and financing.

    My clients include developers, investors, financial institutions and landowners.

    With a strong reputation in the clean energy sector, clients appreciate my ability to understand the commercial issues at hand and my commitment to getting projects to completion.

    Harriet Murray-Jones has been working with the team at Boom Power over the past few years on all our renewable energy development sites, specifically in the Solar and Battery Storage sector.  Harriet and her team have addressed all property matters across in excess of 25 projects where in many cases we have had multiple landowners, well over 100 landowners within the portfolio.  Harriet is incredibly efficient, pragmatic, knowledgeable and always seeks to find a solution with the mindset of ensuring said negotiations will ultimately be accepted by the banks funding the construction capital.  We have used many property lawyers across many legal firms, and we face many property lawyers as we conduct our business, without question Harriet and her team are head and shoulders above the rest, hence moving across with her when she joined to Bevan Brittan.

    Mark Hogan Boom Power,

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