Advisor on all aspects of EU procurement law, concession agreements, commercial contracts and construction contracts.
I work with clients in both the private and not-for-profit sectors advising on all aspects of EU procurement law, concession agreements commercial contracts and construction contracts. I work predominately across the education, housing, local government and social business sectors.
I started my career at Anthony Collins Solicitors as a newly qualified solicitor in 2016.
During my time at Anthony Collins Solicitors, I have advised bidders and contracting authorities on complex, high-value contracts and procurements for construction projects, housing services, leisure services and joint ventures.
The Freedom of Information (extension) Bill seeks to expand the perimeters of the current legislation so that bodies working with or on behalf of public authorities will be directly caught by the Act.
The Freedom of Information (extension) Bill, if passed, will expand the definition of public authorities within the Act.
What is Concurrent Delay? Concurrent delay is when there are two or more reasons for delays to construction works that happen simultaneously, one of which would usually give the contractor an extension of time (“a Relevant Event”) and the other that is a contractor risk.
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