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Construction dispute solicitors in London

Operating in London, our expert team of construction dispute solicitors offers an unparalleled service underpinned by a wealth of knowledge and proficiency in construction law. Armed with years of hands-on experience and thorough understanding, we will represent you amidst any and all construction disputes and resolution.

Whether you are a contractor, subcontractor, or developer, you can rest assured knowing that your interests are our top priority. We recognise that every case is unique and therefore, we dedicate ourselves to devising bespoke legal strategies that address the individual needs of each client, with an unwavering commitment to obtaining favourable resolutions to your construction disputes within the London area.

 

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Why choose Stephensons?

At Stephensons, we take pride in our understanding of the complexities of the construction industry within London. Our familiarity with the local regulatory and commercial environment allows us to navigate the issues raised, delivering solutions that are not just legally robust, but also commercially savvy.

As your trusted legal advisers, we offer an approach that is thorough, meticulous and strategic, aiming always to resolve construction disputes efficiently, effectively and in a cost-conscious manner.

We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach to construction law, providing our clients involved in construction projects with exceptional legal guidance tailored to the industry's specific needs. With a team of highly experienced solicitors, we possess the expertise to handle a diverse range of construction claims and matters, catering to a wide client base that includes developers, contractors, subcontractors, consulting engineers, and architects.

We offer advice and assistance in various areas, such as:

  • Breach of construction contracts claims
  • Delay and disruption claims
  • Liquidated damages claims
  • Performance-related claims
  • Variations and changes
  • Defects and dilapidation claims
  • Errors and ambiguities in design and planning
  • Valuations, payment applications, pay less notices, and retention claims
  • Enforcement of collateral warranties, bonds, and guarantees

When facing a claim or experiencing disappointment due to the actions of another party involved in a contract, Stephensons' team of construction disputes solicitors is dedicated to swiftly restoring your project's progress. Our expertise lies in assisting you with all aspects of the pre-action protocol for construction effectively averting the escalation of conflicts.

Working alongside our highly experienced construction lawyers, our team will review your construction contracts and associated documents. With this comprehensive understanding, we will provide preliminary advice to ensure the most favourable outcome for your specific situation.

If you find yourself in need of guidance and support regarding a construction dispute in London, our experts are readily available for consultation. You can conveniently reach out to us through our online enquiry form or by contacting us directly via phone on 0161 696 6178

At Stephensons, we prioritise swift resolution and getting your project back on track. Our construction disputes solicitors possess the knowledge and experience required to handle your case effectively. Trust us to provide you with the assistance and representation necessary to navigate the intricacies of construction disputes in London.

Discover our specialised construction dispute offerings, designed to cater to your specific needs across various locations. Browse through the links below to see how we provide tailored legal solutions in each area:

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