Bond Dickinson has been re-appointed to The Crown Estate's Energy Minerals and Infrastructure legal panel to advise on its Minerals and Infrastructure portfolio.
Bond Dickinson will continue to advise The Crown Estate’s minerals and infrastructure business, including its interests in marine aggregates and subsea cables and pipelines. This appointment follows a competitive tender process that started in September 2016. Bond Dickinson also advises on The Crown Estate's Rural and Coastal portfolio.
Nick Page, Client Relationship Partner and Chairman, said: "We are delighted to cement our long relationship with The Crown Estate and to continue to support them with our outstanding expertise in Minerals and Infrastructure."
Rob Booth, General Counsel and Company Secretary of The Crown Estate, commented: “We are delighted to announce our panel appointments which support our continued delivery of a best in class legal service across The Crown Estate. We have great confidence in Bond Dickinson to advise us on this highly strategic portfolio of assets."
Bond Dickinson provides legal services across a wide range of sectors including energy, manufacturing, financial services, insurance, retail, transport, real estate and private wealth. With more than 25 years' experience in the energy market, Bond Dickinson has a strong track record in advising clients on a range of renewable and oil and gas projects.
Bond Dickinson employs more than 1,200 staff across its seven UK offices. The firm has also just announced that it will be strengthening its existing presence in Scotland with the opening of an office in Edinburgh.