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Construction projects in the retail sector, particularly given funding arrangements in the current economic climate, can often be complex and costly. Early identification and management of risks is essential, as is targeted and cost-effective advice. From drafting, negotiating and concluding contracts to helping clients manage and resolve disputes; our experienced team provides cost-effective commercial advice on contentious and non-contentious issues.

  • Complete solution – from pre tender contractual advice through to post contract assistance with a dispute; we can prepare and advise on industry standard and bespoke contract forms, agreements for lease and development agreements and all dispute resolution methods including mediation, adjudication, arbitration and court proceedings.
  • Online case management reporting – tailored reports advising on the latest position and associated costs.
  • Our clients – domestic and international corporations and contractors, developers, funders, end-users and occupiers, main contractors, sub-contractors, consultants, insurers, manufacturers.

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