Joint ventures offer the opportunity to innovate and change the way services are delivered so that frontline services can be protected in the face of external pressures.
With lots of successful public-private partnerships, many local authorities are taking advantage of the opportunities to deliver more effective services. However, in order to successfully use powers in the Localism Act, you must fully understand and overcome the legal complexities to setting up a joint venture.
This highly interactive course provides you with the most effective legal guidance on setting up a joint venture.
This A Legal Guide to Setting up a Joint Venture course gives you the necessary tools and practical guidance to be able to effectively utilise the Localism Act; decide what joint venture works best for you, and overcome the intricacies to contract and procurement law.
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Peter is a corporate lawyer who specialises in creating commercial delivery structures for public sector clients including through subsidiary companies, collaboration arrangements, partnerships and joint ventures. He regularly advises clients on public/private sector joint ventures relating to property assets in the context of land development and regeneration.
Peter also acts for clients on company acquisitions and disposals, private equity investments, fundraisings, group reorganisations and corporate governance.
As part of his corporate work, Peter advises clients on public procurement and State aid matters. He is regularly asked to advise accountable bodies on the terms of ...