“This is an excellent team.”
Our lawyers provide specialist advice, drafting and management of tender in all areas related to public and utilities procurement, including:
Our experienced team assist their clients on a wide range of legal areas; a full listing of which can be found below in Related Expertise.
Some clients we have successfully acted for or advised include:
|Welsh Government||Caerphilly CBC|
|NHS Wales (all bodies)||Balfour Beatty Group|
|Oxford Brookes University||
|Greater Manchester Police||Cardiff International Airport|
|Rhondda Cynon Taf CBC||UK Department of Health|
|NHS England||London Borough off Merton|
Examples of how our highly-rated Procurement team has helped clients, includes advising:
Public sector specialists at Blake Morgan have been successful in a competitive tender process to provide legal services to the North West Legal Consortium.
Cash-strapped local authorities across the UK have a new opportunity to take major construction projects forward after the door was opened for a new form of private finance model to be widely adopted.
The widespread adoption of a new funding model for major infrastructure projects across the UK may have moved a step closer thanks to a key decision that has come to light.
The latest decision to emanate from the procurement litigation between ATK and the NDA, the Supreme Court has ruled on a bidder's discretion to issue a claim within the standstill period and when damages will be recoverable.
One of the fundamental principles of the EU public procurement legislation is that it is illegal to discriminate against products or services on the grounds of nationality or national origin.
The ESPD is a standardised document that focuses on self-declarations by tenderers in respect of mandatory and discretionary exclusion questions and selection questions.
In a landmark ruling in the context of procurement litigation, the High Court has held that the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority ("NDA") "manipulated" and "fudged" its tender process for a nuclear clean up contract worth in excess of £4 billion.
The High Court recently had to consider the above question in the case of Newlyn PLC and London Borough of Waltham Forest which related to a procurement challenge brought by Newlyn PLC (Newlyn) against London Borough of Waltham Forest (LBWF).
Against the background of the ongoing Tata steel crisis, could public bodies use procurement to protect jobs in their local economy?