Procurement law can be a minefield. So it’s important to seek expert advice to make sure your procurement process is as risk-free as possible.
The team provides contentious and non-contentious support to public and private sector developers, utilities and suppliers. Our combined expertise and experience mean that our commercial and pragmatic approach to risk is second to none.
We sit on the panels of organisations such as Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA), the North East Purchasing Organisation (NEPO), British Business Bank and PD Ports.
Whether you’re a bidder or a buyer, our legal experts can help you make sense of the rules and provide innovative solutions to your procurement needs.
- Procurement strategy and regulations
- Procurement reform
- Shared service and in-house service provision
- Urban regeneration and developments
- Exclusion, selection and award criteria
- Evaluation and moderation
- Standstill and debrief issues
- Challenges to the process
- Substantial modifications to contracts during their term
- Procurement training for in-house teams
- "Off-market" solutions to authorities where regulated procurement is not practical or desirable
- Tender submission advice
- Advising on bid strategies
- Joint venture structures for development and regeneration
- Strategy for challenging a procurement process and regulations
We have significant expertise in supporting the private and public sector on state aid/subsidy control rules.
- The Subsidy Control Principles under the Subsidy Control Act 2022
- Unlocking grant funding through opinions on subsidy control compliance
- GBER application
- Funding agreements
- Reporting and transparency