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How would the Infrastructure Bill affect the construction industry?The Infrastructure BillThe coalition government's proposed Infrastructure Bill is...
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What is a direct agreement? Is it different to a warranty'>collateral warranty?If a party with an interest in a construction project has directly...
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The National Infrastructure CommissionRole of the National Infrastructure CommissionThe National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) was set up on an...
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Project lawyers’ completion documents list—onshore wind farm and ground-mounted solar projects—templatePROJECT DETAILSPROJECT NAME: [insert name of...
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DBO contractsThe demand for public infrastructure at a time when public purse strings are tight, coupled with a lack of public sector expertise in...
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Nuclear sector projectsThe UK nuclear market for construction industry supply chain members is significant. The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority...
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Waste to energy infrastructure projects—an introductionHistorically, the main treatment route for waste in the UK has been landfill, primarily due to...
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Build Operate Transfer (BOT) contractsThe Public Private Partnership (PPP) models are a popular way for governments to involve private investment,...
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Infrastructure projects—project documentsThis Practice Note examines the main agreements involved in an infrastructure project. The project documents...
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Concession contracts—materials and resourcesA concession is a form of public private partnership (PPP). It is a long term contractual arrangement...
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The National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016–2021The National Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2016–2021 ('NIDP') was published by the Infrastructure...
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Infrastructure projects—procurementInfrastructure procurement is the method by which the delivery of a facility is organised. This Practice Note...
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