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Funding the UK’s infrastructure ambitions in a ‘post-PFI’ world

Many projects in the UK Infrastructure and Projects Authority's pipeline are dependent on private finance. In the absence of PFI/PF2, what other funding structures will help ensure delivery?
08 February 2019

CMA fines Heathrow £1.6m for anti-competitive restrictive covenant on car park prices

Businesses take note: covenants and other restrictions on property use can constitute competition law infringements leading to substantial penalties even if not enforced
30 November 2018

Law Commissions launch preliminary consultation on automated vehicle deployment in the UK

The three-month consultation, focusing on safety, monitoring and maintenance, and liability, has been welcomed by the transport technology sector and is open to public response until February 2019.
08 November 2018

Blog

What are the key drivers to facilitate the transition to Electric Vehicles?

Ross Fairley, Head of our Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicle teams, considers the key issues associated with developing the infrastructure to facilitate the transition to electric vehicles.
25 October 2018

The Road to Zero: government report sets out targets for low carbon transport

The government has published its long-awaited report, The Road to Zero, setting out its strategy for the transition to low carbon road transport in the UK.
16 July 2018

Low carbon transport: renewable and development fuel opportunities in the UK

The Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) was amended on 15 April 2018. Our briefing explains some of the main RTFO amendments and explores the opportunities they create.
17 April 2018

Press release

Burges Salmon and AXA call for new standards to govern autonomous driving

Burges Salmon and AXA release report on the ‘handover’ of control between a human driver and an autonomous driving system and potential Impact liability.
16 April 2018

What should you do when faced with a compulsory purchase order?

The threat of compulsory purchase can be very unsettling but there are steps individuals, companies and institutional landowners can take to prepare for a compulsory purchase order (CPO).
28 February 2018

Procurement challenges: costs awards can be made against non-parties

Preferred bidders need to protect their interests in procurement challenges. They may choose not to be a party to the claim but they may still have to pay another party’s costs.
31 January 2018

Case study

West Midlands Trains: on the right track

175 years of experience has embedded in Abellio a social duty to passengers that extends beyond the journey on one of its trains, trams or buses.
29 December 2017

The European approach to driverless cars and motor insurance

Brian Wong and Anne Buhl Bjelke (of Bech Bruun) consider what the regulators and governments are doing, along with the key current and future issues, for driverless cars and motor insurance in Europe.
13 December 2017

'Connecting people: a strategic vision for rail' – DfT’s rail policy

Ian Tucker and Rupert Lugg in our Rail team consider three key changes in DfT’s latest report on the rail industry.
06 December 2017
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