Infrastructure projects are fundamental to the health and prosperity of any economy. Landmark’s reputation for infrastructure planning, environmental, public and property law means we are often instructed on some of the UK’s highest profile projects; examples of the work we have undertaken include Crossrail, High Speed 2 and the Midland Metro.
Our barristers’ extensive experience in supporting complex infrastructure projects covers a range of specialist sector groups including transport, energy, water, and waste. We act for a broad range of clients including the UK Government, local authorities, scheme promoters, NGOs, special interest groups and other interested parties.
Our infrastructure work includes complex projects relating to:
- Airports, harbours and ports;
- Railways and trams;
- Highways, bridges and tunnels;
- Power generation (renewable and non-renewable);
- Water infrastructure and waste water treatment;
Our public law expertise ensures that Landmark counsel can advise clients across the full spectrum of regulatory issues which can impact infrastructure projects, such as public procurement and state aid, European regulatory requirements, compulsory purchase and environmental law considerations.
Our barristers can also advise and provide representation on the full range of property issues affecting infrastructure projects from easements and covenants to strategic advice on land deals and commercial leases.