One of the key changes introduced by the updated JCT 2016 suite of contracts is to provide a new insurance option where the Employer is unable to comply with the…Read More
Edward Phillips's Service Teams
Ed provides non-contentious construction advice across a full range of construction, development and engineering related issues and documentation. Ed has particular experience in the drafting and negotiation of development agreements, building contracts, sub-contracts, EPC and O&M arrangements, professional consultant appointments, bonds, guarantees, collateral warranties and other associated transaction documents. Ed acts for a range of clients, both in the public sector and the private sector, and on projects spanning a variety of areas, including energy and renewables, telecommunications, healthcare, hotels and leisure, residential property, commercial property, education and aviation.
Advising a large independent healthcare provider on its long term facilities maintenance arrangements procured under the NEC Term Service Contract.
Advising a US biomedical company on the multimillion pound development of a new biomedical research facility at Granta Park, Cambridge.
Advising an off shore investment fund on the development of various private residential and mixed use sites across London.
Advising on sub-contracting arrangements relating to the Lots Road Power Station development in Chelsea.
Ed qualified as a solicitor in 2011. Ed trained and qualified at international firm Trowers & Hamlins LLP where he was part of the Projects and Construction team.
Ed has been described as "an excellent construction lawyer" (Legal 500, 2013).
Articles & Comment
08 Dec, 2016 | Edward Phillips
29 Oct, 2015 | Edward Phillips
The Supreme Court decision in Aspect Contracts (Asbestos) Ltd v Higgins Construction plc  UKSC 38 has opened the possibility that a party to a construction…Read More
28 Sep, 2015 | Edward Phillips
For anyone who commenced a building project after 6 April this year the role of principal designer and the additional client responsibilities created by the CDM…Read More