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Newbridge’s Infrastructure team works with both public and private sector clients to help structure and deliver finance solutions for large scale infrastructure projects.

We take a strategic approach in a competitive environment, carefully managing equity, debt and derivatives (including deal contingent options) to provide certainty and ensure investors are matched across different credit profiles.

While we predominantly deliver finance for UK projects, we have recently done so for projects in Norway and Sweden, as well as advising on complex restructurings in the USA. The team has experience working on projects across the globe.

Our dedicated infrastructure team consists of individuals with expertise in project and corporate finance. We work across essential economic and social infrastructure, from utilities, water treatment and transport through to student accommodation, hospitals and roads.

We place a particular emphasis on the green energy aspects of infrastructure projects, whether wind farms or schools.

Meet your Infrastructure leads

Matthew Houseley


Richard Dodson


Paul Woodcock


Adam Hylan


Jo Hames


Kieran Bailey


Our work in Infrastructure

Raising senior debt to fund Transmission Capital Partners’ (“TCP”) £666m acquisition of the transmission system which connects Moray East Offshore Wind Farm to the onshore grid network.

Newbridge, as financial advisor, advised Balfour Beatty on their successful bid for the East Slope and the subsequent development of West Slope student accommodation developments at the University of Sussex.

As financial advisor Newbridge led the refinancing process, structuring the options and competing them to ensure best value was achieved for the PFI refinancing of Victoria Hospital in Kirkaldy, Fife.


Newbridge’s Partner for Regeneration and Development, will be co-chairing a panel at UKREiiF in Leeds to explore what has been accomplished so far at Meridian Water in Enfield.

Newbridge’s Regeneration and Development Team is advising Enfield Council on the procurement of a development partner to deliver up to 600 new homes at Meridian 13.

Newbridge chaired a roundtable between housing associations and three leading funders to explore the potential positive impact of SLLs in the social housing sector.