The latest Scottish court decision on a challenge to an adjudication award somewhat predictably saw the court enforcing the adjudicator's award. It is likely that future enforcement actions will be concluded in a much shorter timeframe than this one was.
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Building projects always start out with the parties' best of intentions to keep to budget and programme; however, as anyone who has seen an episode of Grand Designs will know, it seems almost inevitable that no matter how meticulously planned a project may be matters will arise which will impact upon the costs and time allocated for the works.
Tackling wildlife crime is a significant problem in parts of Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage issues the licences which permit persons to kill, injure or trap wild birds. A final decision was reached earlier this year on a challenge to the SNH's power to restrict licences under Framework for Implementation of General Licence Restrictions.