A bridge built by Chinese firms in Tanzania at a cost of $135 million has been formally opened in the country’s commercial capital Dar es Salaam.
FOCUS: Exiting Europe could make it easier for the UK to develop renewable technology by streamlining burdensome regulation – while also removing the single greatest driver of political will to develop a low carbon economy.
The European Parliament and the Council of Ministers have reached agreement on a series of measures to make European railways more innovative and competitive.
- Changes to water abstraction rules linked to push towards greater sharing of water resources, says expert 29 Jan 2016
- Thames Water fined 'record-breaking' £1 million for pollution offences 06 Jan 2016
- Guide: Transfer of private sewers to water and sewerage undertakers – implications for landowners and developers
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Expertise in Infrastructure
The global infrastructure market is vast. Between 2010 and 2020 expenditure on new civil and social infrastructure is predicted to be £20 trillion. Supporting clients, many of which are working globally requires innovative thinking and a creative mindset to deliver the legal solutions which meet the full range of day to day needs of infrastructure businesses and the specialist advice required to support them in the delivery of complex and critical assets.