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Tuesday, September 1, 2015 - Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Thursday, September 10, 2015 - Friday, September 11, 2015
Thursday, October 1, 2015 - Saturday, October 3, 2015
European Society of Construction Law Congress "Beyond Conflict in Construction"
Delay and Disruption Protocol
This Protocol has been prepared by the Society of Construction Law for determining extensions of time and compensation for delay and disruption. Published on October 16th 2002, It exists to provide guidance to all parties to the construction process when dealing with time/delay matters. It recognises that transparency of information and methodology is central to both dispute prevention and dispute resolution. You may download the Protocol here. Or you can purchase printed copies here.
Following the consultation period in April 2015 regarding the first part of the review of the SCL Delay and Disruption Protocol, the feedback has been considered by the review committee and Rider 1 to the Protocol has been finalised. A copy is available here.
Accordingly, when now considering the Protocol, please take care to take account of Rider 1 as well.
The review on the remainder of the issues in the terms of reference is ongoing. It is anticipated that a draft 2nd edition of the Protocol, which incorporates Rider 1 and the outcome of the remainder of the review, will be made available for public consultation towards the end of 2015.”
Quoting the Protocol
Provided that the Society’s written permission is sought (email@example.com) extracts may be reproduced in articles, seminar notes etc. Permission will usually be given provided that no more than 10% of the total text is quoted, and that the source is acknowledged. SCL also asks that the website address, www.scl.org.uk is given.
SCL will be launching a completely redesigned website at the beginning of September. In order to allow for final migration of user and member information, no changes will be permitted on this site from August 17 until the new site is launched. It will not be possible to register new user accounts, nor to update accounts and profiles. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation in waiting until the new site is ready. If you have questions, please email our webmaster.
Equitable Set-Off – A New Direction After Geldof? - Frances Pigott
Rethinking Private Nuisance in the Twenty-first Century: A Critical Analysis of Coventry v Lawrence - Paul Singh
Thorman Revisited - Michael Regan
Bailii - recent decisions
- Henia Investments Inc v Beck Interiors Ltd  EWHC 2433 (TCC) (14 August 2015)
- GSK Project Management Ltd v QPR Holdings Ltd  EWHC 2274 (TCC) (29 July 2015)
- Woods Building Services v Milton Keynes Council  EWHC 2172 (TCC) (Hearing 14 July 2015)
- Portsmouth City Council v Ensign Highways Ltd  EWHC 1969 (TCC) (14 July 2015)
- Woods Building Services v Milton Keynes Council  EWHC 2011 (TCC) (14 July 2015)
Consultation: Review of the Guidance Note on the Jurisdiction of the UK Construction Adjudicator
SCL Hudson Prize 2014 prizewinners announced
Charities supported by the SCL
'Concurrent Liability: where have things gone wrong?'
SCL prize for performance
SCL Tie and Pin available