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Lynsey Reid outlines the “agent of change” principle in planning policy. On 16 February 2018 researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh, Newcastle and Turku in Finland published the UK’s first live music venue census. The survey found that 29% of small music venues (defined as those with l

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Charles Livingstone and Adam McCabe from Brodies discuss the Competition and Markets Authority’s plans to tackle anti-competition cartels in the construction sector. In the past two years the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has fined businesses over £150 million. With an increase in ti

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Edinburgh Hotel expands with 43-bed Princes Street wing Sleeperz Hotels completed a 43-room expansion of its Cityroomz Edinburgh hotel with a new wing accessible via Princes Street.

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Kitchen and bedroom manufacturer Trade Kitchen Centre Limited has applied to Glasgow Sheriff Court to be wound up under the Insolvency Act 1986. Tony Friar and Blair Nimmo of KPMG LLP have been appointed as interim liquidators. Solicitor firm Raeside Chisholm Solicitors is acting for the company.

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Partner David Anderson and senior associate Sian Jefferies Law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn outlines that a recent case demonstrates that a payee to a construction contract may not always require to show that it was their intention to give notice under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regenerati

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The crimes of cowboy builders are well publicised, but a new study has found that rogue traders may well be out-numbered by rogue customers. Customers having a cavalier attitude towards tradesmen’s safety and wellbeing is common, as are attempts to belittle their expertise, but the worst behaviour

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