Baillie, Robin

Robin Baillie

Partner
Over the last 15 years Robin has advised on infrastructure projects around the world. In the UK, Robin’s experience has been predominantly advising sponsors and the public sector on PFI/PPP projects in the housing, energy and health sectors. He has also been extremely active in the secondary market and advises on a large number of operational schemes.

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  • John Laing Infrastructure Fund – advising on numerous secondary market acquisitions in the health, schools, transport, defence and housing sectors around the world.
  • Sir Robert McAlpine and Equitix Limited – advising on the Priority Schools Programme - NE Batch. 
  • Aston University – advising on the transfer, acquisition and ongoing management of this 3,000 unit student accommodation project.
  • Land Group and Equitix Limited – advising on a number of primary care accommodation PPPs in Northern Ireland.
  • Wates Construction – advising on the Hull Extra Care PFI. 
  • Pinnacle Power – advising on energy aspects of the Greenwich Peninsula development.
  • Equitix Limited – advising on various secondary market projects in the UK and Western Europe and North America. 
  • Pinnacle prg – advising on the Woking Sheerwater development. 
  • Nu-Energy – advising on various renewable energy schemes across the UK.

  • Equitix Limited, Galliford Try and Contour Housing – advising the sponsors on the Manchester Brunswick Housing PFI. 
  • Sherwood – Energy Savings Investments and Equitix Efficiency Fund  - advising the two infrastructure funds on this £30 million CHP gasification project in Nottingham.
  • Regenter – advising the project sponsors on the Lambeth Myatts Field North Housing PFI Project.
  • Uliving – advising the sponsors (an Equitix, Bouygues Development and Derwent consortium) on Bath Court Student Accommodation Project in Birmingham.

Education

  • University of Exeter, 1996
  • The University of Edinburgh, 1992

Admissions

  • England and Wales
  • Recognized as a leading individual by Chambers UK 2016
  • Recommended in The Legal 500 UK 2015 for infrastructure (including PFI and PPP)

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