Construction Law (Journal)


This highly regarded monthly publication, packed full of practical advice, is essential reading for anyone working in the public or private sector within the industry. High quality articles span a range of issues affecting the industry. Regular materials include a 'contracts watchdog', that looks at the latest forms of standard contracts.

The following sections of the printed journal are reproduced online - Guest Editor, feature articles (which fall under topic names such as contracts monitor, insurance and alternative dispute resolution) and Reviews.

The following sections are not reproduced online -

Editor's Comment, News, New and proposed legislation and

Reports from the Court.

Print ISSN: 0963-6706

Volume 35, Issue 2, 1 March 2024

Citation: (2024) 35 2 Cons.Law 1


HS2 cost control reform demanded – but will it be too late?

Call for pilot investment projects to support green investments
Controversial project to start next year after High Court decision
Safety regulator seeks a high profile prosecution
News in Brief
Legal terms explained

Managing change control following the Building Safety Act 2022
Legislation state of play table 287
Reports from the courts
Courts upholding planning permissions against judicial review applications
Adjudication: Does size and/or complexity matter?
The problem with RAAC: comparing liabilities, claims and remedies in Scotland and England
The reincarnation of time-barred claims
Client pressures for speed can raise issues for lawyers
Flood damage – an ongoing problem for insurers
Wearing your professional mantle in negotiations (for the greater good)