Whether in relation to building infrastructure for a major global sporting event – with involved public contract tender procedures and ensuing urban redevelopment projects – or financing district heating systems and their integration into existing infrastructure, cross-sectoral public law expertise is vital for complex and high-profile projects and their success.
With big budgets and government resources available for next-generation public sector facilities such as digital infrastructure and utilities, infrastructure projects on an international and national level involve a broad range of agencies and programmes. Administrative law issues may arise around public tender procedures; for example, the construction and management of social housing, metro railways, ports, sport facilities or hospitals, and government contracts may include special provisions that need to be navigated, such as those relating to equality, diversity and inclusion.
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