Energy and Infrastructure Consenting Notes – New HSF UK infrastructure planning blog

    The London planning team at Herbert Smith Freehills has a new blog called Energy and Infrastructure Consenting Notes, focused on infrastructure planning in the UK. The team has promoted some of the biggest and most high-profile nationally significant infrastructure project (NSIP) applications to go through the Planning Act 2008 process, from the Hinkley Point and … Read more

    Public-Private Partnership Law Review – latest edition published

    We are very pleased to announce the publication of the latest edition of the Public-Private Partnership Law Review which explores recent developments and current issues affecting public private partnerships across 17 jurisdictions. The edition was edited by Matthew Job and Christoph Lefort and has contributions from leading law firms across the world who specialise in public private … Read more

    The energy trilemma

    Infrastructure has a key role to play delivering a secure, aff ordable and sustainable energy future, say Herbert Smith Freehills’ Gavin Williams and Silke Goldberg. Read more

    Charging forward – Ofgem’s drive to electrify transport

    On Saturday, 4 September 2021, Ofgem (the energy regulator in Great Britain) published its plans to further support the UK’s transition to electric vehicles (EVs) in the deployment of EVs and their integration into the electricity system. Ofgem aims to get the network ready for EVs and ensure there is sufficient network capacity for EV … Read more