Andrew Keeley, Partner
Andrew specialises in construction and engineering law, negotiating contracts, and resolving disputes for clients.
Andrew advises clients including developers, contractors, funders and consultants on various commercial and prime residential projects, including contractual documentation and dispute resolution. Andrew previously spent seven years working in project management, credit strategy and debt recovery for a major UK bank.
Andrew is recognised as an ‘Up and Coming’ lawyer by Chambers and Partners and as a 'Next Generation Partner' by The Legal 500.
Andrew is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Providing ongoing advice to a number of contractors and sub-contractors in relation to contractual arrangements and dispute avoidance
- Acting for funders in connection with secured lending for construction projects
- Advising high-net-worth individuals in relation to prime residential developments
- Successfully pursuing numerous professional negligence claims against construction consultants
- Significant experience in bringing and defending adjudications, including final account, delay and defects claims
Updated Construction Playbook and MMC Guidance
Latest case on payment in construction contracts
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silbury Finance (backed by Oaktree Capital Management) on a £73.8m senior debt facility
Advising Silbury Finance to finance the development of 215 unit residential-for-sale scheme in York known as The Gasworks.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Topland Group on new joint venture and £50m acquisition and financing of Allen House
Charles Russell Speechlys completes third major transaction with Topland Group this year
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Topland Group on two key transactions
Topland Group is one of the largest multi-billion pound, privately owned investment groups.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silbury Finance on a £35m facility to a Jersey unit trust to finance the development of a 89 unit retirement living village in Tunbridge Wells, Kent
The joint venture will finance the development of a 89 unit retirement living village in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silbury Finance on a £55m facility to a Jersey unit trust
Silbury provides real estate development finance for professional developers seeking to acquire and build in the UK.
Andrew Keeley quoted by Construction Law on the Government’s latest National Construction & Infrastructure Pipeline
The latest Construction & Infrastructure Pipeline details planned procurements and represents the highest level of investment ever.
Another important case on liquidated damages
Construct.Law - Summer 2021
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Andrew Keeley writes for Construction News on the Supreme Court's decision in Triple Point Technology, Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd
The Supreme Court recently delivered its highly anticipated judgement in Triple Point Technology, Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd.
Eagerly awaited Supreme Court judgment on liquidated damages
When does a claim "become known" under a contractual time bar clause?
Annual Report of the Technology and Construction Court
Andrew Keeley writes for Building on the consequences of a liquidated damages clause being unenforceable
Parties often agree to predetermine the level of damages that an employer is entitled to claim in the event of late completion.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silbury Finance on a £47m facility to a joint venture between Octopus Real Estate, Schroders Real Estate and Audley
The joint venture will finance the development of a 74 unit retirement living village in Cobham, Surrey.
Construct.law - Winter 2020
Read the latest edition of Construct.Law bringing your legal and commercial insight into issues facing the construction industry.
Construction & Insolvency webinar
Our webinar gives insight into how Covid impacts termination of contracts and insolvency of a member of the supply chain.
Common issues with termination of construction contracts
Taking a look at different ways of contractual termination as the consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An uphill battle? Adjudication enforcement by an insolvent company
Read our analysis and predicted implications of the Supreme Court decision in Bresco Electrical Services Ltd v Michael J Lonsdale Ltd.