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CPR update in Brexit no-deal scenario

Important update if you manufacture or import products covered by the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) if there is no Brexit deal This guidance from MHCLG provides practical information on the legal requirements that would be required in a no deal scenario. This...

FIS responds to latest Government consultation on offsite construction

FIS responded in February to the latest Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA) consultation on the role of offsite construction in continuously improving the delivery of major government projects. This consultation builds on both the Farmer Review and The House...

Brexit: Contractual Terms

Concerns have been raised by a number of firms in construction sector about the potential for delays caused by a no deal Brexit leading to the triggering of penalty clauses within construction contracts, and the impact that this could have on firms within the supply...

Data Protection in the event of a No-Deal Brexit

Firms need to act to understand where, how and to or with which organisations and countries they send, receive or exchange personal data. They also need to identify whether they have put in place either: Standard Contractual Clauses - standard sets of contractual...

Product Regulation: Trading Timber Products

In the event of no deal, firms will need to follow different processes for trading timber and timber products. The UK will have its own law for trading timber, which will mirror existing EU rules. Full guidance published by the Department for the Environment, Food and...

FIS members receive 10% discount off Construction Contractual Handbook

FIS members receive 10% discount off Construction Contractual Handbook

The must have Construction Contractual Handbook for everyone involved in Construction – 10% discount for FIS members. For everyone involved in construction, navigating the contractual landscape can be time consuming and difficult. Essential information to help anyone...