Andrew Gallagher

Andrew Gallagher


Email [email protected]​

Phone +44 20 7296 2566

Fax +44 20 7296 2001


Practice groupCorporate & Finance

The "very practical" Andrew Gallagher is recognised for his expertise in transport projects. 

Chambers UK 2015

Andrew is a partner in the firm's Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team. He focuses on infrastructure finance, project finance, PPP and related M&A transactions. Andrew advises senior lenders, sponsors and borrowers on a variety of international infrastructure and project finance deals across a range of market sectors including transport (rail, roads, airports and ports), social infrastructure (hospitals, schools), power (IPPs/IWPs) and renewable energy (offshore wind, solar and waste to energy).

Awards and recognitions


Projects, energy and natural resources Infrastructure (including PFI and PPP) London - Tier 1 team and named lawyer
Legal 500


Chambers & Partners Directory 2016 - Projects: PFI/PPP - Tier 1 team and individually ranked for

Education and admissions


LL.B., University of Exeter, 1992


Law Society of England and Wales

Related knowledge

Africa Power

Representative experience

Advising the UK Government's Department for Transport on the £1.8bn Intercity Express Rolling Stock PPP project.

Advising Takoradi International Company and its parent, TAQA Power, on the project financing of the US$325m Takoradi 2 Power Project in Ghana.

Advising the senior lenders on the project financing of the £428 million transmission link for the 630MW London Array offshore wind farm.

Advising the senior lenders financing the £1billion acquisition of Glasgow, Aberdeen and Southampton Airports by Macquarie and Ferrovial from BAA.

Advising the senior lenders on the financing of the £400m Royal Liverpool Hospital PPP project.

Advising a solar power developer on the Eur200m financing of a portfolio of solar power assets.

Advising the European Investment Bank (EIB) on its proposed £1billion financing of the Thames Tideway Tunnel project.

Advising the senior lenders on their €1.15bn financing of the Maliakos–Kleidi Toll Road project in Greece.

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