Midlands and the North: The dispute resolution revolution
The construction industry nationwide faces a downturn and Yorkshire and the rest of the north have not escaped. In Leeds the Lumiere mixed-use project has been mothballed; the 'Kissing Towers' building at Criterion Place next to the railway station has also been shelved. What does this mean for the city and the surrounding region? And how will the construction industry in the north respond to the downturn?The last major slump in the early 1990s saw the construction industry go through one of its more combative patches. Allegations of mistreatment of sub-contractors were rife and some bitter disputes were fought.
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