Ashurst has advised Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas S.A. on the deal.
Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas S.A. sold a 49% minority stake in Green Recovery Projects Limited, a holding company for five UK energy from waste facilities, to iCON Infrastructure Partners. The EfW facilities are located at Allington, Eastcroft, Buckinghamshire, Edinburgh and Lincolnshire.
The Ashurst team was led by partner Jason Radford (Picture) and included partners Patrick Boyle, Bruce Hanton, Nick Stalbow, Cameron Smith and Anthony Johnson. They were assisted by senior associate Harry Thimont, associates Camilla Booth-Clibborn, Helen Raynsford, Alexander Robinson, Alice Rosenshaw, Abigail White, Viktoria Grohmann and Grahame Fischer. Partner Duncan Liddell and senior associates Laura Carter and Tom Punton advised on competition law matters, counsel Eleanor Reeves and senior associate James Nierinck advised on environmental matters, partner Jamie Chapman, counsel David Razzell and associate Victoria Stagg advised on real estate matters, and partners Nicholas Gardner and Alexander Cox and associate Becky Hart advised on tax matters.
Involved fees earner: Camilla Booth-Clibborn – Ashurst; Patrick Boyle – Ashurst; Laura Carter – Ashurst; Jamie Chapman – Ashurst; Alexander Cox – Ashurst; Grahame Fischer – Ashurst; Nicholas Gardner – Ashurst; Viktoria Grohmann – Ashurst; Bruce Hanton – Ashurst; Anthony Johnson – Ashurst; Duncan Liddell – Ashurst; James Nierinck – Ashurst; Tom Punton – Ashurst; Jason Radford – Ashurst; Helen Raynsford – Ashurst; David Razzell – Ashurst; Eleanor Reeves – Ashurst; Alice Rosenshaw – Ashurst; Cameron Smith – Ashurst; Victoria Stagg – Ashurst; Nick Stalbow – Ashurst; Harry Thimont – Ashurst; Alexander Robinson – Sheppard Mullin;