Transportation infrastructure is a major enabling component for economic activity in New Zealand. We are experiencing unprecedented growth in visitor numbers and the New Zealand government is committed to supporting investment in infrastructure investment to lift the country’s economic performance. Specific areas of focus include the Public Private Partnership and tourism infrastructure in the Christchurch and Auckland regions.
SREIL helps clients and regulatory authorities at each stage of an investment project from the initial idea through to project execution and implementation.
Advisor to English Partnerships
English Partnerships is the UK’s national regeneration agency who are helping to deliver sustainable neighbourhoods, organise infrastructure improvements and new jobs and facilities for local people. As a senior associate in the Energy and Infrastructure team of London law firm, Nabarros, SREIL’s Sean Rush was engaged to project manage the delivery of a feasibility study setting out funding structures for the development of two new tunnels and two new bridges across the Thames as part of the “Thames Gateway Project” the biggest regeneration project in Europe.
Go Ahead Group – Railway franchising
As a senior associate in the Energy and Infrastructure team of London law firm, Nabarros, SREIL’s Sean Rush was engaged to advise the Go Ahead Group in respect to their bids to secure the Chiltern Railways franchise and Great Western railway franchises from the Strategic Rail Authority. After the successful bid for the Chiltern Railways franchise Sean also advised in the acquisition of $10 million worth of rolling stock.
Lets Get Wellington Moving
The “Let’s Get Wellington Moving” project has … stopped moving. Having seen first-hand the benefits of debottlenecking congestion, “Let’s Get Wellington Moving” is a key enabler for the future economic growth and wellbeing of Wellington’s residents. As a resident of Rongotai, SREIL is actively lobbying officials to Get Wellington Moving starting with the commencement of work on the Mt Victoria duplicate tunnel.