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31 results for: construction
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The Infrastructure and Projects Authority recently published the latest iteration of its vision for the future: "Transforming...

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Back in December 2020, just before the end of the Brexit transition period which marked the final withdrawal of the UK from the EU's...

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Triple Point is one of the most significant cases for the construction industry in recent years. Even though the dispute relates to an IT...

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In a recent case (Prater Limited v John Sisk & Son (Holdings) Limited), the unsuccessful party in an adjudication challenged the validity...

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Developers may have to submit a fire statement alongside a planning application for relevant multi-occupied residential buildings from 1...

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Last week, we ran a webinar about contractor insolvency. The discussion was wide-ranging, including the (a) warning signs to look out...

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The government recently published a consultation containing the proposed operation and scope of a new Residential Property Developer Tax...

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The rules relating to disputes with a European element have changed as a result of Brexit and the end of the UK’s transition period on 31...

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The Construction Leadership Council’s (CLC) Covid-19 Taskforce has released a Roadmap to Recovery outlining its strategy to drive the...

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The Government has announced “the biggest change in building safety for a generation”. Following on from the Grenfell tragedy and the...

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Modular construction, contractor insolvency and lender appetite were among the topics discussed at a panel discussion on construction...

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The Industry Safety Steering Group ("ISSG") for building safety - chaired by Dame Judith Hackitt - recently reported on its findings on...

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The government has finally published its long awaited consultation on amending Building Regulations.  As the Government had...

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We are all now trying to do our bit to improve sustainability and reduce our impact on the environment, whether it be reducing our...

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The Court of Appeal has provided guidance on whether liquidated damages (LADs) remain payable following the termination of a contract. In...

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My colleagues Andy Mather and Richard Rowlatt recently reported on the much discussed Court of Appeal decision in Grove Developments...