The low-down on high risk

What exactly is an High Risk Building and how does the industry need to be prepared for managing the development stages of a project?

Navigating the UK’s immigration system

A guide for construction employers on hiring overseas talents,

Third party red flags: how developers can avoid reputational damage 

There are a plethora of risks that developers might face when seeking to deliver a project via a third-party contractor.

‘Severe consequences’ for refusal to remediate cladding

Severe consequences for cladding manufacturers if they do not proceed with remediation packages.

Construction firms fined nearly £60M for bid rigging

Ten construction firms have been fined almost £60M by the CMA for illegally colluding to rig bids.

Potential changes to flexible working legislation

Changes to the right to ask for flexible working is changing and businesses must change with it. But what could the consultation mean?

Why arbitration is so popular in cross-border disputes

When contracts relate to international projects, it is common for arbitration to be the forum of choice for finally resolving disputes.

Arbitrate or litigate?

There are other reasons to consider arbitration rather than litigation in a UK domestic setting.

New digital right to work checks for British and Irish workers 

Construction employers need to adopt new digital right to work checks.

Construction begins on new flagship London court

Construction is underway on a state-of-the-art combined court.