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Law Resources: Construction and Engineering
Offers practical guidance and advice on adjudication under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996. Guides the user through the adjudication process, from the right to adjudicate to the enforcement of an adjudicator's decision. Links to key legislation and summaries of legal cases arising from adjudicators' decisions divided by subject area are also included.
Promotes the resolution of disputes by adjudication as described in Part II of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996. Case notes, links to legislation etc.
Legal news and analysis of recent cases.
Newsletters, articles and other resources from the largest construction law specialist firm.
Services: Law Publishers
Since 1931 The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) has produced standard forms of construction contract, guidance notes and other standard forms of documentation for use by the construction industry. Today JCT provides a larger and more comprehensive range of contract documentation than any other contract-producing body in the UK construction industry.
The Directory: Courts and Tribunals
We handle disputes about buildings, engineering and surveying. Cases that we hear include: claims about services provided by engineers, architects, surveyors and other professionals in this sector claims about local authority duties relating to land and buildings environmental claims (eg pollution) claims resulting from fires challenges to decisions of arbitrators in construction and engineering disputes We do not normally handle cases with a value of less than £250,000 unless there is a good reason, eg the case involves a new or difficult point of law or the case is international.
The Directory: Courts and Tribunals: International
The world's foremost institution in the resolution of international business disputes. Composed of members from some 60 countries and every continent, the ICC Court is the world's most widely representative dispute resolution institution.
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Works to move decision-making power from central government to local councils. This helps put communities in charge of planning, increases accountability and helps citizens to see how their money is being spent. DCLG is a ministerial department , supported by 12 agencies and public bodies.
Policy paper: Secure Tenancies (Victims of Domestic Abuse) Bill 2017-19: note of impacts
Guidance: European Regional Development Fund: financial instruments
Press release: The New Year's Honours list 2018
Transparency data: New Year's Honours list 2018
Press release: Government report highlights English cathedrals' community spirit
Research and analysis: Cathedrals and their communities
Press release: Sajid Javid acts to help businesses affected by unfair ‘staircase tax’
Open consultation: Business rates in multi-occupied properties
The Directory: Law Associations: Barristers
Specialist bar association for barristers in independent practice who practise or who intend to practise regularly in the Technology and Construction Courts, both in London and in the provinces, or who do similar work in other courts or tribunals.
The Directory: Law Associations: Law
Promoting all aspects of Construction Law.
The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers
Represents solicitors involved in litigation in the Technology and Construction Court (formerly the Official Referees Court), which involves construction, engineering technology and IT disputes.
The Directory: Professional Associations
A not-for-profit society promoting resolution of construction disputes by means of adjudication.
The independent statutory regulator of all UK registered architects.
The professional body for those specialising in the technology of building.
The leading professional body for managers in construction.
Regulatory body for the engineering profession.
Exists to encourage and regulate the professional aspirations of quantity surveyors and land surveyors working within the civil engineering sector and to increase the value of their services to the public.
Charity that exists to promote and progress civil engineering.
FIDIC represents the business interests of the consulting engineering industry worldwide through 67 national Member Associations. Information on standard form contracts, agreements, statutes, policy statements and other resources.
Exists to advance architecture by demonstrating benefit to society and promoting excellence in the profession.
The world's leading professional body addressing all aspects of land, property, construction and the associated environmental issues.
The Directory: Regulators
Standard setting body and leading warranty and insurance provider for new and newly converted homes in the UK.
The Directory: Trade and Industry Organisations
Provides expert, impartial research, knowledge and advice for the built environment sector and beyond.
Impartial advice, information and consultancy to those in all parts of the construction industry, its clients and those supplying systems to it.
The representative forum for professional bodies, research organisations and specialist business associations in the construction industry.
The UK's largest and leading trade association representing electrical, electronic, installation engineering and building services companies.
Trade Association protecting the interests of small and medium-sized building firms.