The construction industry recovery is becoming stronger and broader, according to a leading organisation, which is urging more supply-chain harmony.
While planning permission may not be a defence to a claim in nuisance, it may be relevant to establishing whether nuisance exists
Peter Nesbit is principal associate at Eversheds
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