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With significant efficiencies being demanded by Government there is likely to be more pressure to consider the mutualisation of services.
Eversheds has summarised the key Conservative policies which could impact the construction industry.
Case supports the view that a claim for breach of statutory duty is possible in relation to a contract award by a public body beyond the scope of the procurement regulations.
On Budget day the government launched a consultation exercise on reforms to the compulsory purchase process.
Opportunities for private health and social care providers to work with local authorities.
The Memorandum of Understanding between the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the Health and Safety Executive puts the primary responsibility for investigating and enforcing patient safety issues in the hands of the CQC.
Two of the key health battlegrounds we will be keeping an eye on.
The first CfD allocation auction round outcome has been published, with 27 contracts worth £315m being offered to projects that cover deliver over 2GW of renewable energy across England, Scotland and Wales.
Here are our Top 10 tips for complying with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (PCR 2015) that come into force on on 26 February.
Sponsors of contracted-out defined-benefit schemes should have this issue on their agenda for Q2 of 2015.
Recent consultation case highlights the court’s willingness to intervene in public sector decision making
All health sector bodies thinking about taking decisions that are subject to a period of public consultation should take heed of the High Court’s recent judgment.
Just more than four years ago, the government announced that the CPI would be used in place of the RPI for determining pension increases in the public sector.
This briefing considers whether there may be a risk that the decisions of port authorities could be challenged by judicial review proceedings.
A court has decided that a decision to dramatically reduce the number of funded libraries was flawed.
DKF and Wierzbowski Eversheds defence and security networking meeting: discussion of the new Offset Act
The new Offset Act was signed into law by the president of Poland on 7 July 2014 and will come into force 14 days after publication in the Journal of Laws.
The Care Act 2014, which received royal assent on 14 May 2014, will impose new obligations on local authorities in respect of the provision of social care.
In Schroder Exempt Property Unit Trust v Birmingham City Council, the tenant went into liquidation and ceased to occupy the property. The liquidator then disclaimed all interest in the lease.
This follows whistleblower Edward Snowden’s revelations regarding the US National Security Agency’s mass surveillance activities.
G-Cloud sales have reached £154m as public sector departments buy on-demand services through the government’s online marketplace.
New Model Services Contract — New Model Contract precedent for government ICT and business process outsourcing contracts
The Model Services Contract is intended to reflect current government priorities and recommended ways of doing business.