Rail viewpoint | Devolution not revolutionSubscription
Network Rail is the rail industry’s biggest player, a monopoly owner of 35,200km of track and numerous major stations.
Comment | Clarify new infrastructure rolesSubscription
Making investment plans work.
Shale gas: Waking up to a new dawnSubscription
The UK’s 14th onshore oil and gas licensing round is eagerly anticipated. Shale gas is very much on the agenda. The possibility of secure, low cost energy for the next few decades and billions of pounds of tax and other revenues will attract the attention of many.
Rail: Air rights are backSubscription
While we all grapple with the implications of the latest National Infrastructure Plan, National Policy Statements and the Infrastructure Bill, which had its first reading in Parliament last week, we are seeing more imagination, interest and value in projects on the UK’s rail transport estate.
Changing investment climateSubscription
Nuclear lessons for offshore delivery.
It’s a brave new world for the railwaysSubscription
Cultural changes are starting to pay off
Mastering current contract documents will pay future dividends.
Viewpoint: value versus efficiencySubscription
More for less in nuclear decommissioning, says Burges Salmon partner William Gard.
Viewpoint: Value versus efficiencySubscription
William Gard takes a more for less approach to nuclear decommissioning
Viewpoint: Strategic directions Subscription
William Gard on the potential procurement opportunities for offshore wind