Infrastructure

Landmark’s barristers have advised on many of the most significant and high-profile infrastructure projects across the country, ranging from major transport projects such as High Speed 2 and London Airports expansion, to energy infrastructure such as Hinkley Point nuclear generating station. The following are some examples of that range:

Transport

  • High Speed 2 (HS2)
  • Crossrail
  • London Bridge Station upgrade
  • Manchester and Birmingham tram extensions
  • Worcestershire Parkway regional Interchange
  • Welsh Highland Railway
  • M4 smart motorway, Berkshire
  • M4 diversion, Newport South Wales
  • A21 dualling scheme, Kent
  • Bexhill to Hastings Relief Road
  • Baldock Bypass
  • A556 link road, Cheshire
  • A421 Bedford to Milton Keynes
  • A5036 Port of Liverpool Access Scheme
  • Heathrow Airport Terminal 5
  • Heathrow Airport 3rd Runway
  • Gatwick Airport Expansion
  • Stansted Airport Expansion
  • Belfast City Airport Expansion
  • London Southend Airport
  • Farnborough Airport
  • Lydd Airport
  • Shellhaven
  • Dibden Bay

Energy and Waste

  • Hinkley Point Power Station
  • The North-South Ireland Interconnector
  • Ineos Runcon Energy from Waste Facility
  • Kidderminster Incinerator
  • Rufford Colliery Energy from Waste facility
  • Navitus Bay Offshore Wind
  • Langford Wind Farm, Biggleswade
  • Preesall and Keuper gas storage
  • Fracking in Lancashire, North Yorkshire and Sussex
  • South Hook LNG Regasification Terminal (Milford Haven)
  • Oil exploration in the Surrey Hills
  • Beddington ERF
  • Thames Tideway Tunnel

As these examples indicate, our practice covers a wide range of infrastructure projects, whether consented by Development Consent Order, Transport and Works Act Order, planning permission or hybrid Bill.

In addition to our market-leading reputation for guiding infrastructure projects through the planning/development consent process, and advising those affected by such projects,  we have advised on many related issues including compulsory purchase of land and rights, land compensation, public procurement and competition issues, planning and regulatory controls, rights of way and highways, railway powers, transport, energy and waste policy, environmental protection, EU and UK legislation on the protection of habitats, EIA, SEA and sustainability appraisal, public consultation procedures, the Aarhus Convention, human rights and constitutional law, and the rating of transport, energy, electronic communications and waste infrastructure.

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