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Michael Berryman

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Michael Berryman Senior associate

Contact details

Michael Berryman

Michael Berryman
Senior associate

T: +44 20 7809 2104 M: +44 7881 363 013 Email Michael | vCard Office: London

Michael is a senior associate in Stephenson Harwood’s award winning and market leading rail team. He worked in-house for a leading ROSCO, and has a clear understanding of how rail businesses work.
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Michael advises clients on a wide range of rail matters, including rolling stock mobilisations, manufacture, supply and maintenance contracts, leasing arrangements and regulatory regimes.

Prior to joining Stephenson Harwood, Michael worked in-house for a leading UK rolling stock operating company (ROSCO), which has provided him with invaluable practical experience in the day to day operations of rail industry participants (both public and private sector) as well as an insight into the management of rolling stock assets at all stages of their economic life.

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21 Sep 2021

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Williams-Shapps: delivering the future railway - Non-franchised users of the network – how about freight, open access and devolved authorities?

This article is the third in a series of five articles by the Stephenson Harwood rail team looking at the Williams-Shapps Plan for the rail industry and what implement..

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14 Sep 2021

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Williams-Shapps: delivering the future railway - Rebuilding passenger confidence – what is the offering?

This article is the second in a series of five articles by the Stephenson Harwood rail team looking at the Williams-Shapps Plan for the rail industry and what implemen..

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07 Sep 2021

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Williams-Shapps: delivering the future railway - Structural reform – what does it mean?

This article is the first in a series of five articles by the Stephenson Harwood rail team looking at the Williams-Shapps Plan for the rail industry and what implement..

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19 Apr 2021

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A green future for modified rolling stock

Decarbonisation of the UK railway by 2050 as part of the UK economy’s wider ‘net zero’ carbon target needs to start somewhere, and the removal of diesel trains from th..

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