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Jeremy Brittenden


Jeremy Brittenden

Jeremy Brittenden, a partner in Hogan Lovells’ Infrastructure, Energy, Resources, and Projects Practice Group, based in London, is also Head of the North Africa practice. He is a project development lawyer with more than 18 years of experience in major, complex, infrastructure projects. Jeremy works with government and private sector entities to develop, restructure, or divest large infrastructure assets. He also represents the partners, financiers, and contractors of such entities. Jeremy has managed numerous high profile PPP/PFI projects in the UK and internationally, and has extensive experience drafting and negotiating concession agreements, supply chain agreements, finance, and security documents, off-take agreements, and all other ancillary contracts. He has focused in particular on energy, government accommodation, waste, and transport.

Jeremy also has experience with privatisations and part privatisations, specifically in the airport and aviation sectors, where he gained experience in establishing and operating regulated entities. His background as a corporate/commercial lawyer, who later focused on EPC work, has also given Jeremy a wealth of experience in establishing joint ventures (in various forms) and advising on EPC/EPCM contracts, and he continues to maintain this focus.

Recently, Jeremy has become focused on rapidly developing markets in Africa, in particular North Africa, where he has experience with both inbound and outbound Libyan work in the funds, telecoms, and infrastructure space. Jeremy’s reputation is built on his commitment to his clients, and his determination to ensure clients and colleagues achieve the desired project outcomes.

Representative experience


Greater Manchester Waste PFI.

NATS Privatisation.

iTEC Collaboration.

Represented London Gateway Port.

Libyan Bank notes (acting for NTC on the release of 2 billion LD held in the UK).

Education and admissions


  • LL.B. (Hons), B.Com (Accountancy and Business Administration), University of Canterbury
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