Monthly Archives: June 2012

Another fine VAT mess?

As an Engineer the details of VAT have never much interested me, until I read a post by Stephen Mundy of Galliford Try on the LinkedIn “South West and South Wales Construction and Property Network” Group.  In summary Stephen draws … Continue reading

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Polluters to pay larger fines?

As is often the case the consequences of legislation may not be limited to the title. The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (LASPO) contains provisions that might see a very significant increase in the level of fines … Continue reading

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Water, Water everywhere?

A couple of water related items, which might be ironic for those currently living through the wettest of droughts in the UK.  However, the vagaries of the UK climate do warrant long-term consideration. National water Infrastructure The Institution of Civil … Continue reading

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