Autumn Statement and Spending Review 2015: government commits to improving ailing UK transport, says expert25 Nov 2015
The UK government has made a welcome financial commitment to improving the country's transport infrastructure, but looming changes to the way projects are commissioned, managed and funded mean it may take some time before industry feels the benefit, an expert...
Autumn Statement and Spending Review 2015: move large-scale housing projects to Nationally Significant Infrastructure regime, says expert25 Nov 2015
The UK government must consider including large-scale housing development projects within the special planning regime for infrastructure projects of national significance if it is to meet its target of 400,000 new homes by the end of the decade, an expert...
Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) saw revenues fall 6.3% year-on-year in January to October. This shows an increase in the speed of decline, from a 6.1% fall in January to September figures, the Global Times reported .
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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.