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Colin Murray

Partner // Head of Local Government, Manchester

Colin has a multitude of experience working for public and private sector bodies on local government law and public procurement.
Colin Murray


Colin has advised on a range of joint ventures, major PPP projects and the development of innovative new structures for long term PPPs with public sector equity investment.

Colin has previously worked for Central Government, including the Department for Transport and the former Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and the Housing Corporation.

He regularly advises local authorities on issues relating to shared services and collaboration, the outsourcing of services and Strategic Partnerships. In particular, he has given generic and project specific advice to many authorities on their powers to enter joint arrangements.


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"High degree of knowledge on public procurement and public sector governance issues"

"very client centric and helps everything tick along very smoothly"

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