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It provides a comparative overview of the equivalent Singaporean legislation in order to determine which provisions from the latter could be adopted to improve the situation in the UK. The paper concludes that to reduce costs in the statutory adjudication process under the UK HGCRA, incorporating a maximum cap on adjudicator's fees and providing for an adjudication review procedure both of which are found in Singapore's Security of Payment Act may assist to keep adjudication costs and expenses in the UK building and construction industry reasonable. TODD, N.
The consultation also welcomed other comments and evidence. A further 5 submissions were received. These included formal submissions from representative associations and individuals. This consultation ran from pm on 24 October to pm on 19 January To help inform that review, this consultation seeks information to help establish how effective those changes have been in securing their objectives.
The consultation also asks some more general questions on the existing construction payment and adjudication framework and a set of questions on the affordability of adjudication, its misuse and its continuing relevance. The consultation is relevant to any party to a commercial construction contract as defined by the construction contracts legislation.
It is also relevant to adjudicators, arbitrators and lawyers. While this consultation concerns construction specific legislation it may also be relevant for those with an interest in prompt payment more generally and to insolvency practitioners.
The legislation does not apply to residential occupiers. The final stage Impact Assessment of the amendments is available on the Legislation site. The consultation runs in parallel with one on Retention payments in the construction industry. PDF , KB , 42 pages. To help us improve GOV. It will take only 2 minutes to fill in. Cookies on GOV. UK We use some essential cookies to make this website work. Accept additional cookies Reject additional cookies View cookies.
Hide this message. Skip to main content. Brexit Check what you need to do. Home Housing, local and community Planning and building. This consultation has concluded Detail of outcome The responses and wider stakeholder engagement that took place during the consultation period will inform the preparation of the Post-Implementation Review of the Amendments to the Construction Act. We received 54 responses from a range of stakeholders, including: individuals construction and civil engineering businesses business representative organisations and trade bodies legal representatives others including consultants, arbitrators and adjudicators The consultation also welcomed other comments and evidence.
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The fact that the HGCRA will also have serious and far-reaching effects on alternative dispute resolution is not so well known. However, the wide scope of application of Part II goes beyond the bounds of what some might traditionally view as the construction industry. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in.
Adjudication is an increasingly used form of dispute resolution within the construction industry. It involves an independent, third party, considering the factual and legal arguments put forward by each party to a construction contract in order to resolve a dispute that has arisen under the contract. The right of any party to a construction contract to adjudicate a dispute at any time was put on a statutory footing by the Housing, Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act HGCRA. Where there is no term in the construction contract itself which provides the mechanism for the parties to adjudicate any dispute or where the contractual provisions do not comply with the minimum requirements of the HGCRA, the Scheme for Construction Contracts Regulations the Statutory Scheme steps in and provides the rules and procedure for adjudication.
The HGCRA was a legislative response to the perceived cash flow problems and dispute culture within the construction industry during the s and s that were highlighted by the Latham Report, 'Constructing the Team'. The HGCRA was enacted in and came into force in May , providing a base set of requirements relating to payment and adjudication that applicable construction contracts must meet in the absence of which, terms from the Scheme for Construction Contracts the Scheme will be implied into the contract. HGCRA , ss , However, HGCRA , s 2 sets out a number of exclusions, such as drilling for oil and gas, and certain works on sites where the primary activity is power generation or water treatment.
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