An overview of the eagerly awaited Innovation Partnerships Procedure available to authorities seeking to procure innovative solutions.
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Acuity has once again been recognised in the UK Chambers Guide (“ranking the best law firms and lawyers”), with 2016’s edition ranking over half...read more
Acuity have advised on the first council-owned solar farm in the county of West Sussex. Tangmere solar farm, a 25 acre project worth £5m, was...read more
We are pleased to announce that Acuity has been shortlisted by national directory Legal 500 for 2015's Welsh Firm.
The shortlisting is based on...read more
We are delighted to have acted once again for renewable energy developer Eco2 and its JV partner Temporis Capital on the sale of the Port...read more
Acuity continues its longstanding relationship with AIM listed client IQE Plc, having advised on an exclusive licence and option agreement with...read more
Solutions for businesses who need legal resource without the headcount.Read More...
The financial and legal consequences of a poorly written or negotiated contract can be very damaging to a business. Many...read more
We advised Hartham Park Community Energy in relation to the installation of a PV energy array on its estate.
Bath & West...read more
Acuity has advised and assisted Capita plc in its acquisition of workforce management software solutions company Isys Group...read more
Acuity has advised long-standing client Premier Forest in connection with its acquisition of the Duchy Sawmill. The...read more
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