We have a track record in working with public authorities, educational institutions, central government and non-departmental public bodies across Wales and England to deliver:
Services driven by insight: our teams have worked in-house and are on secondment in clients' legal teams.
Close working relationships: we work seamlessly with you on public law and practice on regulatory, transactional and project matters.
In-depth expertise: waste, education, social housing, health and residential care and infrastructure.
This article explores alliance agreements as the latest development in public sector collaborative contracting.
In the UK alliance agreements...read more
Acuity is pleased to announce that it has been re-appointed to the Wales Co-operative Centre Organisational Development framework. The framework...read more
As of 1 January 2016, the government are allowed to make regulations requiring employees who leave public sector employment but then return...read more
Pick a cliché, any cliché, and there is a good chance that it appears in one of the many articles published since George Osborne’s recent autumn...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
This is a CIPS South Wales Branch Event.
This event will outline the importance of intellectual property and data issues in supply contracts,...read more ...
Join us on Thursday 30th March for our Spring Green Drinks to bring together individuals and organisations across Wales interested in...read more ...
There has been quite a bit of progress made with regard to Apprenticeship Levy since we last met in September 2016, we felt it would be a good...read more ...
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