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Angus Walker looks at the likely shape of the Localism Act

The Localism Bill promises to shake up local government and the planning system through a raft of changes under the umbrella of ‘localism’ or ‘people power’. There are also changes to social housing law, and to the regime for the authorisation of nationally significant infrastructure projects that was introduced by the Planning Act 2008. Here is an outline of the main provisions of the Bill.

Ben Rayment discusses the continued application of the American Cynamid principles under the new Public Procurement Remedies Regime

This article examines whether the new Public Procurement Remedies Regime might make it easier for disappointed tenderers to obtain an interim injunction preventing contracting authorities from entering into the contract with the successful bidder.

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