Trevor Ingle is a corporate partner based in our London office and has, over the last 20 years, acted for a wide variety of companies and institutions across a multitude of jurisdictions and across a broad spectrum of industries including engineering, manufacturing, energy, media, retail, healthcare, shipping and chemicals.

    Trevor acts for a broad range of both public and privately listed companies and institutions. He is a senior member of our M&A and energy and utilities practices and has particular expertise in renewable energy, healthcare and media.
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    • Acting for the shareholders for North British Windpower in relation to the sale of the consented 144MW Fallago Rig onshore wind project to EDF Energy Renewables.
    • Acting for ESB Novusmodus which led a £12 million investment in Geothermal International, Europe's largest designer and installer of ground source heat purposes.
    • Acting for Care UK plc on its £281 million recommended takeover offer by Bridgepoint by way of scheme of arrangement and in relation to class 1 acquisitions and related vendor placings.
    • Acting for Renewable Energy Generation Ltd on the £69 million sale of its Canadian wind farm business, AIM PowerGen Corporation to International Power and on the sale of its interest in the Tymien Polish wind farm to Invenergy.
    • Acting for URS Washington in relation to the establishment of the two successful consortia awarded long term contracts by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority in relation to Sellafield and LLWR in Cumbria.
    • Advising on the sale of an international on line book business to a leading online global retail group.
    • Acting for Medical Solutions plc on the demerger of its Dubai operations.
    • Acting for an insurance company on the disposal of CAS Services to a consortium led by Bridgepoint.
    • Acting for Atlas Copco on the acquisition of the Penlon medical gas business.
    • Acting for Engine Group and WPP Group plc in relation to numerous acquisitions in the media sector.
    • Acting for a NASDAQ listed software company in relation to a pan European joint venture and cross licensing arrangement with a leading German media company.
    • Acting for National Grid on the disposal of the majority of the telecom assets of £186,000 to Hutchison Whampoa.

    Education

    • College of Law, Guildford, Solicitors' Final Examination, 1989
    • University of Exeter, LL.B., 1987

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 1991
    • Recommended in The Legal 500 UK 2015 for Power (including electricity, nuclear and renewables)

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