Martin is a consultant in the Construction team with particular expertise in the interpretation and drafting of construction and related contracts for clients in both public and private sectors. He has authored more industry standard forms of contract than any lawyer currently practising.
Martin also advises on procurement strategy and the legal, commercial, and practical issues relating to the delivery of successful projects. He has advised numerous public and private sector organisations including universities, local authorities, central government departments, NHS Trusts, housing associations, and many construction contractors including Costain, Kajima, Hochtief, Bovis Lend Lease, and Wates. In addition Martin regularly advises on the procurement and documentation of highways maintenance arrangements.
He is a Fellow of the Faculty of the Built Environment, a Member of the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation, and a CEDR Accredited Mediator.
Martin Howe of Keystone Law "is a very experienced construction lawyer with both a detailed, up-to-date knowledge of this area of law and a keen commercial sense." His expertise in transactional matters is well respected in the market, and he is particularly strong in the drafting of standard form contracts
Chambers UK 2017
At Keystone Law, Martin Howe acts for a number of educational institutions and local authorities on contentious and non-contentious matters.
Legal 500 2016
Recognised by Best Lawyers (UK) in the practice area of Construction 2017
‘Martin Howe of Keystone Law has a strong front-end practice for a range of clients including significant contractors and public sector organisations. One source reports that “he gives good advice in a timely manner.”’
Chambers UK (2016)
|2014||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|2013-2014||Excello Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|2004-2013||Bevan Brittan | Partner|
|2000-2004||Bevan Ashford | Partner|
|1986-2000||Veale Wasbrough | Partner|
|1982-1986||Lawrance Messer | Trainee Solicitor then Solicitor|
|1983||Qualified as a Solicitor|