Cranes on London skyline is a telling indicator of construction sector health, says Eversheds
Eversheds has commented on the news that construction in the City of London has hit a five-year high, explaining that the increase in cranes on the London skyline are a telling indicator of construction sector health.
Michael Conroy Harris, construction expert at Eversheds, said: ‘There is no more immediate sign of construction activity in our major cities than the presence or absence of tower cranes on the skyline. This robust showing in London is a welcome return, particularly as there appears to be solid demand to take the new office space.’
News from Eversheds
News from The Lawyer
Briefings from Eversheds
Terminating long-term distribution agreements; the court’s approach to injunctions to prevent termination
The termination of a long-term distributor or licensing agreement is a serious step for any distributer or supplier.
Trade unions are increasingly using a relatively unknown TULRCA provision in negotiations with employers over changes to collectively agreed terms and conditions.
Analysis from The Lawyer
‘Exotic’ investors and opportunities for legal work beyond M&A feature in The Lawyer’s high-level roundtable debate on south-east Europe
Could Slater & Gordon achieve its stated aim of becoming a top consumer brand by acquiring Pannone?