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There has never been a more exciting – or challenging – time to be working with registered providers. Deregulation has not only opened up many more innovative ways to deliver affordable housing to communities across the country but is also the driver for a change in the way registered providers manage themselves.

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Construction work now subject to the VAT Domestic Reverse Charge

On 1 March 2021, HMRC introduced a new VAT reverse charge in a move to overhaul VAT liability within the construction supply chain. These new rules are counterintuitive and have created many areas of uncertainty where disputes arise between supplier and customer. These issues can generally be addressed and resolved with knowledgeable support.

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Published on 06 April 2021
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Technology and Construction Courts (TCC)

Welcome to the next edition in our series of 'Lawbytes’ Takeaways' where Sandra Piaskowska, Solicitor and Construction Lawyer talks about the impact of Covid-19 on the Technology and Construction Court in Birmingham and provides an insight into the judge's perspective on working remotely.

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Published on 01 April 2021
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Construction law: Builder's responsibilities in building process

Generally, it's no defence to the contractor that he could not build what he's agreed to build, where he's agreed to build it, the tender will carry two challenges, the technological challenge, which is yes, I can build this, and the financial challenge, which is, yes, I can build it for the agreed price.

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Published on 24 March 2021

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T1300 site acquisition

Wright Hassall were instructed by local residential and commercial developers AC Lloyd to deal with the site set-up and sale of 15 new business units at the T1300 site in Tachbrook Park, Leamington Spa.

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Published on 17 September 2020
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