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Ailsa Ritchie, partner at law firm CMS, provides the following comment on the construction policy note which has introduced a Graduated Pricing Mechanism as an alternative method of determining price score in tender evaluation. Guidance setting out a new method of determining the price score in tend

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A lord ordinary has dismissed part of an action raised by the tenant of a building located next door to the fire-damaged Glasgow School of Art insofar as it related to assignees of the tenant but allowed the tenant’s part of the action to continue. Tecjet Ltd, part of a group of companies owne

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The full impact of the Cladding Remediation Bill, which was recently passed in the Scottish Parliament, is still to be felt within the construction sector, write Shona Frame and Ryan McCuaig. The 2017 Grenfell Tower tragedy, which claimed 72 lives, put a sharp focus on the safety of cladding systems

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Burness Paull has strengthened its planning and environment team with the appointment of Emma Paton. She brings considerable experience of contentious and non-contentious planning and environmental work, including consenting advisory, contract negotiation, planning aspects of due diligence, public i

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