Christopher Brigstocke is a real-estate lawyer specialising in large-scale urban regeneration and infrastructure projects.
He acts for a wide range of clients including developers, investors, funders, landowners and public sector bodies and has particular expertise in dealing with transport and energy infrastructure issues.
Brigstocke has a particular interest in sustainability issues affecting the property industry and was recently part of a property industry working group advising DECC on the proposed Minimum Energy Performance Standards regulations to be introduced in 2018.
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