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Olympic stadium’s plans for multi-use venue announced

Newham Council and the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) have signed an agreement to create a joint venture limited liability partnership (known as E20 Stadium LLP) which will work to convert the Olympic Stadium into a permanent multi-use venue. This agreement signals a major step forward has been taken in securing the legacy of the Olympic Games.   

Canning Town, Newham Council and Bouygues Development enter into contract

The London Borough of Newham and Bouygues Development have entered into a Principal Development Agreement for the £600 million regeneration of Canning Town Centre.

Trowers & Hamlins advises on the completion of £525m energy from waste treatment facility

Trowers & Hamlins, the leading public sector law firm, has advised Oxfordshire County Council on the completion of its energy from waste Public Private Partnership contract with Viridor. This project represents the largest capital investment project ever procured by the Council and will provide the county with a long term solution to its waste treatment needs. The proposed EfW facility will divert from landfill more than 95 per cent of the residual waste delivered to the facility, and at the same time generate 24 megawatts of electricity.

Croydon Council new legal services framework

Croydon appoints Trowers & Hamlins on two of its new legal services framework panels

Trowers & Hamlins advises Southwark Council on deal to build four new schools

Trowers & Hamlins, the City law firm, has advised Southwark Council on the successful completion of the second phase of its £200m Building Schools for the Future (BSF) project which will see the construction of four new schools in the area.