Yorkshire / North East: On the right track
The role of the projects lawyer is no longer limited to issues in the legal arena. Michael Boyd and Ingrid Hoffbauer examine the dynamic role now played by them in ensuring not only that their clients' interests are represented, but that their crises are effectively managed
Leeds has benefited significantly from the trappings of a booming economy. Whole swathes of the city centre have been regenerated and new bars, restaurants and apartment blocks are opening all the time. To support this development, new jobs in a variety of sectors have been created. This growth is forecast to continue and will place even greater demands on the roads and existing public transport services. Thousands of vehicles already travel in and out of Leeds on a daily basis and the major roads have become congested.
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