Lillian Campion Collaboratrice Senior

Parle :  Anglais

Bureau principal :  London

Lillian Campion

Lillian Campion is a senior associate (qualified in Australia) in the projects and infrastructure team based in Gowling WLG's London office. She has experience acting for government authorities, developers, contractors and lenders in respect of large, complex infrastructure and energy projects across the public and private sector.

Lillian's clients benefit from her thorough understanding of complex, multi-faceted infrastructure projects, and in particular, her experience working alongside and within public sector bodies in respect of all aspects of planning, procuring, financing and delivering infrastructure projects.


  • Advised UK local government authorities on the development and operation of its energy-from-waste PPPs and waste / environmental services contracts.
  • Advised National Highways on the ongoing management and variations to its DBFO PFI Projects, including providing advice on the DBFO Contract for the M25 motorway.
  • Advised the UK Ministry of Defence on a number of complex projects, including the procurement of four new contracts for critical services and a fleet of replacement vessels.
  • Advised lenders and developers on BESS projects in the UK.
  • Advised the sponsor on the procurement and financing of a major construction and facilities management concession in Saudi Arabia.
  • Advised the lenders in relation to the financing of a major construction and facilities management concession in Saudi Arabia.
  • Advised UK central government department on the handback process for a major PFI project.
  • Advised a global development institution on procurement and development of two greenfield wastewater projects in South Africa.
  • Advised the State Government in Australia on the planning, procurement and delivery of the AU$15 billion program of 75 road / rail grade separations delivered under as an alliance model.
  • Advised the developer in several large-scale solar farms and BESS projects in Australia.