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Podcast: Procurement considerations for development projects – Episode 6

In our podcast series – The secret to successful development projects – we look at all the crucial elements of a development project and …

Podcast: The key to the successful delivery of a development project – Episode 5

In our podcast series – The secret to successful development projects – we’ll be looking at all the crucial elements of a development project …

Podcast: The key to the successful delivery of a development project – Episode 4

In our brand-new podcast series – The secret to successful development projects – we’ll be looking at all the crucial elements of a development …

Podcast: The key to the successful delivery of a development project – Episode 3

In our brand-new podcast series – The secret to successful development projects – we’ll be looking at all the crucial elements of a development …

Podcast: The importance of setting clear objectives and outcomes before starting your development project – Episode 2

In our brand-new podcast series – The secret to successful development projects – we’ll be looking at all the crucial elements of a development …

The key to the successful delivery of a development project (Episode 1)

In our brand-new podcast series – The secret to successful development projects – we’ll be looking at all the crucial elements of a development …

Fire safety reforms – government progresses Building Safety Bill

The government has progressed the Building Safety Bill, legislation which will have significant new compliance requirements for the construction industry.

Do disputes under NEC3 and NEC4 engineering and construction contracts have to be referred to adjudication?

The Scottish Court of Session recently determined that adjudication was a mandatory first step before bringing any further proceedings in relation to an NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract.

The importance of agreeing contract terms before starting work

In the recent case of Balfour Beatty Regional Construction Limited (Contractor) v Van Elle Ltd (Sub-contractor) [2021] EWHC 794, the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) held that works carried out by a sub-contractor prior to execution of a sub-contract were nevertheless subject to the terms of the sub-contract.

Supreme Court makes significant ruling in liquidated damages case

The Supreme Court’s ruling in Triple Point Technology Inc v PTT Public Company [2021] UKSC 29 brings clarity to the interpretation of liquidated damages, where following delays by a contractor, the contract is ended prior to completion.