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Sarah Pengelly discusses the pros and cons of “living wills” for construction suppliers. Back in November 2018 the Cabinet Office set out a plan which it hoped would allow public bodies to be better prepared in the event of supplier failure. This came on the back of Carillion’s col

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Debbie MacKenzie, general manager at Proactis based in Aberdeen, provides some top tips for construction businesses looking to successfully bid for and win work. Businesses in the construction sector can find it a daunting prospect to build a fresh new pipeline of work for the New Year.

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Gary Danson, operations director at specialist repair firm Plastic Surgeon, discusses what he thinks 2019 has in store for the construction industry. With Britain set to make big political decisions in 2019, the construction industry should be ready to adapt to the changing landscape. So, what can w

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Scope of services, standard of care and correct contracting parties. Three standard appointment issues for professional consultants advising on construction projects, but issues which reach the courts on a regular basis as a recent court judgment demonstrates. A site in Cheshire was being developed

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Craig McLaren outlines how RTPI Scotland is influencing the Planning Bill. In July I blogged on the ambitions that RTPI Scotland had on the Planning (Scotland) Bill. At that time the Bill was about to be considered in the Scottish Parliament with its Local Government and Communities Committee scruti

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Berratt Wong, a graduate quantity surveyor at Kier, explains how the company’s graduate programme has helped his career in construction flourish. I was born in Malaysia and growing up, there was a brilliant TV programme about life working on airlines, so I instantly decided that I wanted to be

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