Burges Salmon joins City trio on board £1.5bn Angel Trains development deal
Burges Salmon has joined a trio of City firms advising on the £1.5bn agreement between Angel Trains and French train manufacturer Alstom for new trains for the West coast mainline track.Allen & Overy (A&O), Norton Rose and Denton Wilde Sapte as well as Burges Salmon all played integral roles on the deal, which will see Angel Trains purchase four new trains and lengthen 52 existing Pendolino trains for £1.5bn, which includes a 10-year maintenance package.
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