The amount raise falls slightly short of the £174 million originally targeted by the investment fund, which is backed by infrastructure giant John Laing.
The proceeds of the issue will be used to acquire a initial portfolio from John Laing, which consists of investment interests in:
Following Admission, John Laing Investments Limited will hold 39.7 % of the voting rights attached to the issued share capital of the company.
Richard Morse, Non-Executive Chairman, JLEN said:
"We are pleased by the response to the JLEN capital raise, recognising our differentiated product offering. JLEN's balanced portfolio of operating environmental infrastructure assets, our relationship with John Laing and our ability to provide a long-term, sustainable, inflation-linked dividend enabled us to attract a good mix of institutional and private investors."
The company expects that the ordinary shares will be admitted to the London Stock Exchange at 8.00 a.m. on Monday 31 March 2014. The company's ticker symbol will be JLEN.
The John Laing Environmental Assets (JLEN) fund is targeting returns of between 7.5 % and 8.5 %, offering inflation-linked annualised dividends of 6p per share.