Our January newsletter brings you the latest caselaw on how to resist enforcement of an adjudication award, valuable Construction Act training, our look ahead to 2024 and the first ever Ridgemont Podcast.
Looking ahead to 2024 in Construction ePaper
Welcome to the January edition of the Ridgemont newsletter.
2023 was a perfect storm for many in the construction sector, but we see reasons to be optimistic in 2024. Lowering inflation and receding interest rates suggest the sector will see improved fortunes as the year progresses. From a construction law perspective, we have put together our prediction of what we will see in 2024.
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The Construction Index
Resisting enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision isn’t straightforward, says our Head of Construction Tim Seal, in The Construction Index, where he discusses the lessons learnt from the Home Group Ltd v MPS Housing Ltd judgment.
Memorise our handy acronym: “RIDGEMONT SOLICITORS”
Ridgemont debunk the myth that developers are guilty of land banking in an article for Building magazine.Download our PDF now, to help you remember key aspects of the Housing Grants, Construction & Regeneration Act 1996 (the Act).
Launch of Ridgemont Podcast
The first podcast sees Ridgemont’s MD John Wallace speak to Construction & Planning barrister Graeme Sampson about how to deliver bad news to clients, dealing with difficult clients and how to deal with workplace stress.
Season’s greetings! Wishing our contacts and clients a very happy holiday season. We deeply value your continued support and eagerly look forward to a mutually successful New Year.Thinking of instructing us? You might ask “why Ridgemont?” The answer to that question is: because we are genuine specialists, tasked with exceeding your expectations and we try to be decent human beings into the bargain.