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GAR Know How Construction Arbitration
Is your jurisdiction primarily a common law, civil law, customary law or theocratic law jurisdiction?
Ireland
29 Jul 2019
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Short-Term Lettings: The Long And The Short Of It
With the rise of Airbnb, the planning status of short term lettings has been under the spotlight in the last number of years.
Ireland
11 Jul 2019
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Hot Topics In Construction Law: Spring 2019
Does your contract say what you think? When and how can you enforce under a performance bond? How do you manage the Brexit minefield? These are some of the hot topics crossing the desks of the construction team at Arthur Cox.
Ireland
1 May 2019
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Government Eases Restrictions On Non-EEA Workers In The Construction And Sports Industries
The Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation last week announced changes to the employment permit regime for people from outside the European Economic Area (the "EEA") working in the construction and sports industries.
Ireland
26 Apr 2019
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Vacant Site Levy: Legislation Update, October 2018
Our July 2018 briefing set out some key points for consideration by property owners on receipt of a vacant site notice from a planning authority.
Ireland
24 Oct 2018
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Environment & Planning Group Update July 2018 - Domestic News
This case involved a wind farm, where 6 turbines were initially proposed, but subsequently was re-designed as a 4 turbine wind farm.
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
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Environment & Planning Group Update July 2018 - European News
In a judgment issued on 25 July 2018, the CJEU followed the earlier Opinion of Advocate General Tanchev and held that although measures in a management plan would at a minimum maintain and also potentially increase...
European Union
17 Aug 2018
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Environment & Planning Group Update, June 2018
This is the June edition of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Group focused on recent developments in the industry sectors ...
Ireland
19 Jul 2018
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Environment & Planning Group Update – Domestic News, May 2018
Following the recent CJEU decision in North East Pylon Pressure Campaign Ltd. and Maura Sheehy v. An Bord Pleanála & Ors, C-470/16 (NEPP) (accessible here), there have been two decisions of the Irish High Court...
Ireland
13 Jun 2018
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What Are You Designing For? Understanding The Extent Of Fitness For Purpose Obligations
Fitness for purpose obligations are always hotly debated, but fitness for purpose obligations in construction contracts can arise unbeknownst to the parties to the contract meaning parties may find that they have signed up to more than they bargained for.
Ireland
15 May 2018
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Environment & Planning Group Update, April 2018
This is the April edition of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Group ...
Ireland
14 May 2018
12
Carillion: A Collapse In Time…? Dealing With The Consequences Of Insolvency
Can we learn sufficient lessons from Carillion to avoid construction related insolvency closer to home?
Ireland
2 May 2018
13
Spot The Difference: Collateral Warranties, Direct Agreements, And Duty Of Care Deeds Explained
In any construction project, there will be multiple parties with an interest in the works to be constructed, who have no contractual nexus with some or all of the parties responsible...
Ireland
25 Apr 2018
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Environment & Planning Group Update, March 2018
This is the new edition of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Group focused on recent developments in the industry sectors that we believe may be of particular interest to you including all key domestic and European news
Ireland
16 Apr 2018
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SEO Me The Money: Managing The Changes Made By The Sectoral Employment Orders
Following the Supreme Court decision in McGowan & Ors v Labour Court Ireland & Ors which found the well established regime of registered employment agreements to be unconstitutional, ...
Ireland
16 Mar 2018
16
Updated FIDIC Contracts 2017: What Has Changed?
FIDIC has long been the contract of choice for use on international construction and engineering projects, and is used in Ireland, notably on infrastructure and energy projects.
Ireland
16 Mar 2018
17
Speeding Up Strategic Infrastructure Developments? New Measures Proposed
From 26 February 2018 onwards, the first of a number of proposed new measures aimed at combatting delays arising from Court challenges to Strategic Infrastructure Developments ...
Ireland
20 Feb 2018
18
Financing Irish Infrastructure: Responding To Ireland's Housing Crisis And Review Of Budget 2018 Measures
Ireland has a widely publicised, critical shortage of social and affordable housing. Next year the State expects to deliver approximately 4,000 units across Ireland.
Ireland
29 Nov 2017
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Review Of The Report Of The Mid-Term Review Of The Capital Plan: Building On Recovery 2016-2021
Infrastructure "The Wheels if not the Engine" of Long Term Economic Growth.
Ireland
25 Sep 2017
20
If You Build It They Will Come – Structuring Development Agreements Outside Of Public Procurement Rules
Finding ways to develop land without engaging public procurement rules is challenging.
Ireland
10 Nov 2016
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