Keystone Law is delighted to welcome leading planning and environment lawyer Andrew Hignett.
With a career spanning 35 years, Andrew’s expertise is founded in planning and environmental law. He provides dedicated legal services to the ports sector on marine-related developments, particularly in relation to port infrastructure projects. In addition to project work, Andrew advises on regulatory and harbour management issues, including the promotion of Harbour Revision Orders. He also has considerable experience on the impact of nature conservation law on development projects in both the UK and Europe.
Andrew’s arrival further strengthens Keystone’s already well-established planning law team and brings the number of senior planning lawyers at the firm to five.
Andrew is a member of the UK Environmental Law Association, and is actively involved in the work of the British Ports Association. He also writes and lectures on issues of concern to the ports industry.
“Andrew brings to the firm a wealth of knowledge in major infrastructure projects, particularly in the ports sector,” commented James Knight, Managing Director at Keystone Law.
“Combined with the planning expertise we already offer”, Knight continued, “Andrew’s appointment will greatly enhance our strength in this specialist area.”
Andrew commented: “I welcome the opportunity to be part of already well-respected teams in both development projects and the marine sector, and look forward to working in such a mutually supportive environment for the benefit of our clients.”