Whether you are designing, building or developing housing, shopping centres, schools or office blocks, there’s no doubt that the construction industry faces a myriad of increasingly complex regulations and potential problems.
Construction law and regulations can present confusing, difficult and unique challenges which require the assistance of specialist lawyers with familiarity and expertise within the industry.
Our building and construction law team is made up of expert lawyers in Leeds, Pontefract and Harrogate who focus specifically on legislation, procedural and regulatory law.
If you are embarking on a new construction project, we can advise you on the various precedents in construction case law so you can avoid common and unnecessary pitfalls.
We can draft all the contracts you will need and probably anticipate some scenarios you haven’t even considered. Of course we can also help with litigation should things go wrong.
Our building and construction law team is experienced in:
Our Senior Partner, Giles Ward, has considerable expertise in construction law. Read about how he recently won a multi-million pound case here.
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Milners solicitors is always working to help our clients. Researching current issues and providing clear and easy to understand help.
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Leeds-based solicitors, we also have offices in Harrogate and Pontefract but operate throughout Yorkshire and further afield.
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