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ESG considerations and your supply chain commercial contracts – working to Net Zero
In June 2019 the UK Government committed to reach Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To assist in achieving this aim, reporting requirements of large or listed companies were expanded to include sustainability matters.
Commercial Contracts Technology and Procurement Quarterly Brief – November 2022
Welcome to the November 2022 edition of our Commercial Contracts Technology and Procurement Quarterly Brief!
Preparing your contracts for the anticipated transparency requirements following the draft Social Housing (Regulation) Bill
This briefing focusses on the anticipated introduction of standards relating to information and transparency.
Commercial Contracts Technology and Procurement Quarterly Brief – July 2022
Welcome to the first edition of our Commercial Contracts Technology and Procurement Quarterly Brief!
Government releases procurement reform Green Paper
On 15 December 2020 the Government published it long awaited Green Paper on proposed reform to the UK public procurement regime – “Transforming public procurement”.
Public Procurement post-Brexit – Introduction of the “Find a Tender” service
On 23 November 2020, the Cabinet Office published Procurement Policy Note 08/20: Introduction of Find a Tender (the PPN), together with Frequently Asked Questions: Find a tender at the end of the Transition Period.
Procurement Policy Note for contract performance affected by COVID-19
The Cabinet Office has published a Procurement Policy Note (PPN) regarding the relief and support that should be given to suppliers under public contracts where contract performance is affected by COVID-19.  
The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) is now available for SMEs through participating lenders
CBILS is a new scheme, announced by The Chancellor in the recent Budget, that can provide facilities of up to £5m for smaller businesses.
Is Covid-19 a force majeure event under your contracts?
At this time we understand that many of our clients may have serious concerns regarding contracting parties seeking to avoid contractual obligations.
Tech is helping vulnerable residents stay independent
Assistive technology is revolutionising the way housing associations operate and interact with their elderly residents, helping them live at home for longer.
IT’S THE LAW: Drones
Oh look, it’s Devonshires, droning on again...Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a surveyor (or other building professional)!