For so many reasons, decarbonisation, net zero targets and energy security are firmly on the agenda of all organisations in the built environment. With our leading Energy team, we're advising on energy supply and grid connections, renewable energy, energy efficiency, power management (including storage) and innovative energy solutions.

We provide energy strategies, monetisation strategies, power supply agreements and advice on how to ensure sufficient provisions are made for the coming energy innovations and evolving energy regulation.  


Sovereign Housing

Advised Sovereign Housing (a social housing provider) on the appointment of an ESCO at its Blackberry Hill site.

Institutional property developer

Advised an institutional property developer on the negotiation and documentation of various agreements to provide electric vehicles in its new residential "build-to-rent" sites.

Barratt Developments

Advised Barratt Developments on the appointment of an ESCO to adopt and operate the CHP heat scheme for its new development (approx. 1300 units) at Hayes Village. This included build-to-rent, affordable housing and mixed use occupancy.

Barratt Developments

Advised Barratt Developments on its flagship Hanham Hall development, the first large-scale zero-carbon development in the UK, including arrangements with the provider of a school and a doctors surgery for a district heat network and development of an on-site combined heat and power (CHP) plant.

Barratt Developments

Advised Barratt Developments on its approach to heat procurement from initial site selection, through acquisition, ESCO procurement, construction, site set up, end-user arrangements and exit.  With the increasingly prevalence of heat schemes across BDW's development pipeline we have been working with them to develop a best in class approach to heat from cradle to grave.

Taylor Wimpey

Advised Taylor Wimpey on a suite of an energy supply company concession docs for supply of heat to residential customers via a district heating scheme at a large residential development.

Taylor Wimpey

Advised Taylor Wimpey on the framework arrangements for the first low density district heating system driven by centralised Air Source Heat Pumps, including advice on drafting and negotiating the arrangements with GTC/Metropolitan for heat supply and service levels to be rolled out across sites UK wide.

Barratt Developments

Advised Barratt Developments on the London Borough of Sutton's scheme to purchase waste heat, establish an energy supply company and supply heat to a mixed residential and commercial development and public sector buildings.

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